This small-group tour is limited to 12 people, ensuring you’ll receive special attention from your guide.
- 2.5-hour Segway tour of Athens with an expert local guide
- See the Acropolis of Athens plus top city attractions like Hadrian’s Arch and the Old Parliament House
- Glide through Zappeion Garden, a tranquil area within the National Garden of Athens
- Pass Panathinaikos Stadium and hear about the first Olympic Games that were held here
- Small-group tour with a maximum of 12 people ensures personalized attention from your guide
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What You Can Expect
Glide past Hadrian’s Arch, the monumental gateway that once separated the old and new part of the city, and hear about the Emperor Hadrian who ruled Athens during the 2nd century AD. After stopping to take photos and listen to tales about this historic area, set off for your next stop.
See the Temple of Zeus, the largest monument of Ancient Greece, and pass through Zappeion Garden – a wonderfully serene extension of the National Garden of Athens. Stop to look at the Old Parliament House on Stadiou Street and swing past the Presidential Mansion, admiring its majestic white façade.
Your 2.5-hour tour finishes with a look at Panathinaikos – the city stadium -- where the first modern Olympic Games were held in 1895. Also known as Kalimarmaro Stadium, this vast site has a seating capacity of 60,000 and is one of Athens’ true modern-day highlights.
After exploring all the city sights with your guide, glide back to the start point where your tour ends.
Excellent experience and a lot of fun!! I would highly recommend this tour! We would not have been able to see as much as Athens had we gone on foot. This was a much faster and easy way to explore and sight-see!
So glad we booked this tour! Vera was an excellent Segway instructor and highly knowledgeable about the history and the sites. Got to see every site on my list of sites to see. One drawback is that there is not time to actually climb up to the acropolis. No worries though! Because the tour is just 2.5 hours and you get to see everything else up close, we simply went back to the acropolis later in the afternoon for a leisurely look. Highly recommend if you want to try an awesome way to see things that doesn't involve walking.