Athens, Greece
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3 hours (Approx.)
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Offered in: English


Explore the National Archaeological Museum, one of the world’s greatest museums, along with other historical highlights of Athens on this 3-hour private walking tour. Witness the best of the 200,000 and more Greek treasures at the famous Athens archaeological museum, viewing everything from sculptures and artworks to pottery from prehistoric times to late antiquity as your guide details their history. Plus, stroll past some of Athens’ neoclassical buildings, see the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier at the Greek Parliament House, and view some fascinating archaeological finds displayed at Syntagma Square.
  • Private 3-hour walking tour of the National Archaeological Museum
  • See archaeological exhibits including ancient grave stones at the Syntagma Metro station
  • See the Academy of Sciences and the Numismatic museum
  • Enjoy privileged, personalized attention from your guide on this special private walking tour
Meet your guide near Syntagma Metro station and set out on your private 3-hour walking tour. Start at the station museum, with its displays of ancient artifacts discovered in the locality. View the age-old relics, including the remains of a 5th-century BC aqueduct, a 2,000-year-old beehive, burial tombs and other age-old pieces.
Next, stroll past the Greek Parliament House and Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, watched over by the evzones — the soldiers of Greece’s elite presidential guard.
Walk along bustling El. Venizelos Street, one of Athens’ most elegant avenues, and admire the handsome University of Athens, Academy of Sciences and the Library. See the Numismatic Museum, home to one of the world’s greatest collections of coins, and learn how this beautiful building was once a residence of the acclaimed archaeologist Heinrich Schliemann.
After a metro ride to Victoria from Panepistimio Station, stroll to the National Archaeological Museum, Greece’s largest museum. This vast neoclassical building holds some 200,000 finds from across Greece and is arranged in five collections covering prehistoric times, ancient Greece, the Roman era and other periods.
Let your guide know if there’s anything you particularly want to concentrate on or leave out, and enjoy a fascinating tour of the most interesting objects. Ogle everything from sculptures to pottery and household items as your guide reveals their secrets, and learn about the greatest periods of Greek history and art as you explore.
Your tour finishes after your visit.


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, Aug 2011

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!

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