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  • Get to know Athens’ most important highlights and visit Sounion.
    Get to know Athens’ most important highlights and visit Sounion.
  • One-day tour to Delphi and Arachova or to the Argolid and Corinth.
    One-day tour to Delphi and Arachova or to the Argolid and Corinth.


  • Athens
  • Greek Parliament
    Greek Parliament
  • National Library of Greece
    National Library of Greece
Tour of Athens (whole or half day)
  • Half day: 4-4 ½ hours
  • Whole day: 8-8 ½ hours

We offer 2 versions of the tour of Athens’ most important sights, depending on how much time you have available. Our half-day tour (lasting 4 to 4 ½ hours) includes a tour and photo-stop at Syntagma Square, the imposing Parliament building, the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier during the changing of the guard, the National Library, the University and Academy of Athens, the Panathenaic (Kallimarmaro) Stadium, the Acropolis, the Parthenon, the Temple of Olympian Zeus and Mt. Lycabettus. Due to time constraints, this tour doesn’t include museum visits.

In the whole-day version (which lasts 8 to 8 ½ hours) there are more stops, as we take in Plaka, Monastiraki, the Roman and Greek agora and a timed visit to the Acropolis Museum or the National Archaeological Museum.

Of course, since tours are tailor-made, they can be altered to suit your desires and the time you have available.

  • Temple Of Poseidon
    Temple Of Poseidon
  • Anavissos
  • Vouliagmeni Lake
    Vouliagmeni Lake
Temple of Poseidon archaeological site at Sounion
  • Duration: 4-4 ½ hours

An enjoyable drive along the length of the Attica Riviera, brings us past Attica’s loveliest and most popular seaside resorts [Glyfada, Voula, Vouliagmeni, Lagonisi, and Anavyssos], and ends at the grandiose Doric Temple of Poseidon at Cape Sounion.

It’s possible to take this tour in the morning, but we recommend an evening visit as the sun is setting so you can enjoy idyllic scenes with the temple staring out to sea as the sun sinks into the dark waters.

  • Acropolis
  • Panathenaic Stadium
    Panathenaic Stadium
  • Temple of Poseidon, Sounio
    Temple of Poseidon, Sounio
Athens & Sounion
  • Duration: 8-8 ½ hours

We recommend this as an all-day tour. It’s a perfect way to get to know the capital’s most important sights such as Syntagma square, the Panathenaic [Kallimarmaro] Stadium, the Acropolis, the Parthenon, the New Acropolis Museum, the Temple of Olympian Zeus terminating at the grandiose  Temple of Poseidon at Sounion, after traversing Athens’ very own “Costa Del Sol”.

  • Delfi
  • Arachova
  • Hosios Loukas Monastery
    Hosios Loukas Monastery
Delphi & Arachova
  • Duration: 8-8 ½ hours

A whole-day excursion to what was the important cultural and religious centre in Greece in antiquity, and now a UNESCO world cultural heritage site. The tour encompasses the Delphi archaeological site, and outstanding museum as well as a brief stop in Arachova, a popular tourist resort high up Mt. Parnassos. A visit to Hosios Loukas Monastery can also be arranged at an additional charge.

  • Ancient Corinth
    Ancient Corinth
  • Epidaurus
  • Mycenae
The Argolis
  • Duration: 8-8 ½ hours

A whole-day excursion to the Peloponnese, calling at the important archaeological sites of Ancient Corinth, Mycenae and Epidaurus and a tour of charming Nafplio, Greece’s first capital after the end of the Turkish rule. For an additional charge, we can take a detour to neighbouring Tolo for a swim.

  • Corinth Canal
    Corinth Canal
  • Greek Parliament
    Greek Parliament
  • Apollo Temple
    Apollo Temple
Corinth - Athens (whole or half day)
  • Half day: 4-4 ½ hours
  • Whole day: 8-8 ½ hours

This tour is offered in two versions, depending on whether you have half a day or a whole one available for sightseeing. The half-day tour (lasting approximately 4 to 4 ½ hours) is a brief excursion to the Corinth region, the ‘bridge’ between Attica and the Peloponnese. After a short photo-stop to the magnificent views of the Corinth Canal, where the Aegean joins the Ionian Sea, we move on to visit Ancient Corinth, one of the most important ancient Greek cities. Upon arrival, you can retrace the steps of St. Paul, who lived in the area, by visiting multiple archaeological sites of interest, including the Bema of the Roman Forum, where according to legend he was brought to trial and the magnificent remains of the Apollo Temple.

During the whole-day version (lasting approximately 4 to 4 ½ hours), the Corinth excursion is perfectly complemented with a visit to the most important Athenian attractions, including the Syntagma Square, with the imposing Parliament building, the neighboring Temple of Olympian Zeus, the Acropolis with the Parthenon and the exceptionally designed New Acropolis Museum.