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A great way to get to know the city. Ticket agents were very friendly and helpful.
Best way to travel round athens you can spend as little or lot of time at each attraction buses was regular and with great tour information on all places I would recommend viator to all
WE bought a two day ticket. It was wonderful and we learned quite a bit about the city too.
We had two days in Athens and the hop-on hop-off tour bus was the best option. On the first day we did the entire 90 minute circle and listened to the audio of each place. There are 3 stops in the same square so it allowed us to easily start off at the beginning, middle, or towards the end so we didn't need to start in the same place everytime if we wanted to do a higher number stop. Would recommend.
takes in all the main attractions and allows you to see the sights at your own pace. Well worth the money and very good sights to visit.
Excellent buses and commentary in four languages, very convenient bus every half an hour. The commentary was very clear and outstanding. The day was hot and I chose wisely to sit downstairs and not on the open upper deck. All important spots are covered. I particularly spent more time at the Temple of Zeus, the changing of the guards at the Parliament and the National Gardnes, and also Plaka which is wonderful to walk around in. I did not visit the Acropolis as I had already seen it earlier on another trip.
this was an excellent idea and very well organised with different coloured bus stops to match the bus being used. much better organised than the Rome activity of the same name.
I was able to catch the bus just around the corner from my hotel - the views from the top gave me perfect panoramic pictures!
Fun bus ride around athens to see all the sites. The driver was friendly and the audio guide was helpful!
The buses run frequently and are near the common touristy places to stop. We basically used it like a taxi- just be sure to check the start/end times. The last bus was around 830 pm. Downtown Athens was fairly easily to walk though- so even if you were out later than the bus it doesn't seem to far to walk... Maybe a few miles- but lots of open shops, etc at night to keep you entertained.