• Location: Athens, Greece
  • Duration: 4 hours (approx.)
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Trace the history of medieval Athens on this unique 4-hour walking tour — a Viator Exclusive that you can’t book anywhere else! Follow your guide around the little-known medieval gems of Athens, stop to admire the centuries-old Petraki Monastery, with its exquisite 18th-century frescos, then explore the fascinating Byzantine and Christian Museum. Finally, finish your morning by indulging in delicious Greek cuisine and wine with a 3-course lunch at the museum’s acclaimed restaurant.


  • Viator Exclusive: 4-hour walking tour of Medieval Athens with late lunch and wine
  • Visit the 1,000-year-old Petraki Monastery and see the stunning frescoes that date back to the 18th century
  • Enjoy a guided tour of the Byzantine and Christian Museum, home to more than 25,000 artifacts
  • Feast on a delicious 3-course meal, washed down with a glass of wine, at the museum's restaurant
  • This Viator Exclusive tour cannot be booked anywhere else — don't miss out on this unforgettable experience

What You Can Expect

Viator Exclusive: Medieval Athens Walking Tour with Late Lunch and Wine

Finish your Viator Exclusive tour of Medieval Athens with a delicious 3-course lunch

Meet your guide in central Athens to start your Viator Exclusive walking tour. After a leisurely stroll through the streets of Athens, stop to explore one of the city’s little-known architectural wonders – the Petraki Monastery. Hear about the monastery’s 1,000-year history and how it is still inhabited by monks today, as you step inside its hallowed halls. Marvel over the distinctive Byzantine-style church, one of the best examples of its kind in southern Greece, and admire the 18th-century frescoes, thought to be the work of the celebrated hagiographer Georgios Markou.

After leaving the Petraki Monastery, continue your discovery with a guided tour of the nearby Byzantine and Christian Museum, housed in the former palace of a Greek duchess. Follow your guide around the fascinating exhibitions, which display more than 25,000 artifacts from Byzantine Greece, dating between 600 BC and the mid-15th century. Marvel over antiquities, religious artifacts and paintings, including a magnificent collection of Coptic Christian paintings and some striking mosaics.

End your tour at the museum’s acclaimed restaurant, where you’ll enjoy a decadent 3-course lunch with a Medieval Greek theme. Dine on a starter and main dish, plus shared salads and a shared dessert platter, accompanied by a glass of fine local wine. With your appetite sated, bid your guide a fond farewell and make your own way back to your hotel.

Customer Reviews

German H

5 star rating: Highly Recommended June 2016

Our guide Ephtimia was excellent. We learned a lot from her and she clearly demonstrated interest on showing us whatever was important. Late lunch in that nice restaurant was great, with excellent food and attention.


5 star rating: Highly Recommended March 2015

Nice tour sadly the Byzantine Museum is half closed on Sundays, but the tour guides were awesome and Dinner was super!

marwa B

5 star rating: Highly Recommended January 2015

Amazing tour.
saw all the highlights of Athens.
our tour guide was so nice and very knowledgeable.

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