Very informative and well organized tour.
Excellent. Guide was fantastic. Cape Sounion was the highlight for me. Maybe time it a little different to catch the sunset while you are at the cape.
Very informative. Amazing views. You get to see a lot with a short drive. Totally a surprise. I recommend this for anyone who loves water, mountains and mesmerizing view.
Brilliant trip superb guide very knowledgeable highly recommended
The tomb is massive and has a beautiful bas-relief of a deceased warrior lying on a bed.We observed the changing of the guard on September 29, 2011. It was an awe-inspiring occurrence. The photo does not do justice to the uniforms or march-step used. They raise each foot, extend it upwards at a 45 degree angle, with the opposing arm at the same angle, and then step forward. There are videoclips on YouTube that show it. Definitely a must-see if in Athens!
We were unable to see the National Archeological Museum because of the strike. However, the supplier arranged for our guide to take us to the New Acropolis Museum which was amazing! Even though transporation was disrupted, Vicki made a heroic effort to get to our hotel so that we could take the tour. Her expertise in archeology makes her an exceptional guide. We truly bonded with her. She will be a life-long friend of our family. We are so grateful to them for making our trip to Greece memorable even though the city was practically shut down due to the strike. They are amazing!
Ths tour was great and well organised. The trip to Cape Sounion well worth it too. Picked me up and dropped me back at my hotel as well!
Our guide was excellent however if you prepay all though I called to let them know that a member of our team was sick and unable to make it there was no refund
Loved the tour...wish the tour guide had headsets because with a crowd of 25 it was hard to hear her on the acropolis and in the museum.
The morning tour was amazing including the walk around the Parthenon at the Acropolis and we had a terrific tour guide. Wear sturdy walking shoes as the well worn marble slabs on the path were slippery and we saw 3 people slip.Fantastic photo opportunities looking over Athens. Highlight was visiting the 4yr old Acropolis Museum with its glass floors built over ancient ruins.Early June was ideal time to visit before the busy tourist season. The afternoon long coastal bus trip to Cape Sounion provided interesting scenery of the ocean and countryside but was a bit of an anticlimax when we arrived at Temple of Poseiden.
Guide Katarina was great. Thanks to guides like her make it possible to see the essence of a place like Athens in just half a day, while providing you with enough inspiration to explore further. The half-day tour of Athens was great. In contrast however, the Cape Sounion trip was not worth the time going there in my view.
The Athens part was fine. We were picked up promptly, our guide was knowledgeable and we saw the principal sights.
The Cape Sounion trip was hardly worth it. A one and a half drive each way along a beautiful but repetitve coast line, for approximately forty five minutes at the temple of Poseidon, left us with the feeling we could have done more with our limited time in Athens.
1st part was nice and very enjoyable.The guide was patient and gave lots of information.The walk around the Acropolis is a must and the visit to the museumis worthwhile. One of the nicest museums I have ever visited in my life.
The Cape Sunion half day was rather dissapointing.Very long ride going and coming for a very shrot visit with nothing much to see.My two daughters liked it tough.
Highlight of tour is the Acropolis and the Acropolis Museum.
Tour good for views along coast
Guide informative but very average missable tour
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