Visite d'une journée complète d'Athènes, de l'Acropole et du cap Sounion avec déjeuner
Profitez d'une visite d'Athènes combinant la plupart des sites modernes et classiques de la ville. Cette visite d'une journée de 10 heures avec un guide commence à 8:30 et comprend une présentation de la ville moderne et des contrastes impressionnants avec les vestiges de son passé glorieux. Roulez dans la ville à bord d'un autocar climatisé avec accès à internet. Visitez le Stade Panathénaïque, qui a accueilli les premiers Jeux olympiques modernes en 1896, et admirez le Palais présidentiel, les bâtiments du gouvernement et d'élégantes demeures. Le long de l'avenue Vas.Olgas, admirez le temple romain de Zeus Olympien et apprenez-en plus sur la tombe du Soldat inconnu, en face du Parlement sur la place de la Constitution. Continuez sur l'avenue Panepistimiou et admirez la cathédrale catholique, l'Académie, l'université et la Bibliothèque nationale.
Admirez la beauté et la gloire de la ville antique d'Athènes : l'Acropole. Avec les superbes monuments de sa base rocheuse, y compris l'impressionnant Parthénon, les Propylées, le temple d'Athéna Nikè et l'Érechthéion, avec son portique de caryatides, c'est vraiment l'un des endroits les plus célèbres du monde. Vous pouvez surclasser votre visite avec une visite du nouveau musée de l'Acropole.
À midi, dégustez un déjeuner à l'hôtel AMALIA à Athènes.
Après le déjeuner, partez pour le cap Sounion. Admirez les vues spectaculaires pendant que vous roulez le long de la route côtière des plages de Glyfada, Vouliagmeni, Varkiza et d'innombrables criques, ainsi que le long du golfe Saronique. Le cap Sounion est dominé par le spectaculaire temple de Poséidon surplombant la mer Égée. Ce temple est un site sacré depuis l'Antiquité.
Vous retournerez à Athènes vers 19:00.
- Prix d'entrée à l'Acropole
- Toutes taxes et tous droits et frais de dossier
- Guide professionnel
- Service de ramassage à l'hôtel (hôtels sélectionnés uniquement)
- Transport en autocar climatisé
- Wi-Fi dans le bus
- Plan d'Athènes
- Pourboires (facultatifs)
- Nouveau musée de l'Acropole
- Vous recevrez la confirmation au moment de la réservation
- Vous pourrez prolonger votre visite de l'Acropole avec une visite du musée de l'Acropole avant votre déjeuner
- Les enfants doivent être accompagnés par un adulte
- Code vestimentaire : chic décontracté
- Une option végétarienne est disponible : veuillez préciser au moment de la réservation si vous souhaitez en bénéficier
- Activité modérée de marche à pied
- Non accessible aux personnes en fauteuil roulant
- Le transfert depuis le port ou un appartement privé n’est pas disponible
This was a great tour. The guide was very informative. The scenery was beautiful and lunch was very good.
The tour started a little chaotic when the bus was late. then the guide did not explain the process and what was to expect so we sat on a hot bus for some time while they coordinated all the passengers. Once the tour got started it was really great. the lunch was amazing. and the afternoon tour to Cape Sounion was beautiful. My only issue is that we did not stay for the sunset. I wish that the afternoon tour started later and stayed for the sunset or stopped at a local beach area for people to walk around. otherwise it was good. VERY HOT.
My first time in Greece and with any new country I visit, I like to dive right in. I was met by a representative at the pick up site and I was then transferred to another hotel which appeared to be the meeting point for several tours with the local operator. It was chaotic, and quite off putting. I booked a full day tour so when my tour bus arrived, I was confused as to whether or not there was a bus for the half day passengers and another for the full day like myself. I asked a woman who was directing us like cattle and she was extremely RUDE. Without the tourists, she doesn’t have a job, let’s be honest. My interaction with her, is mainly why I can not rate this trip higher. The guides for the morning and afternoon tours were excellent and very eager to share their knowledge about Athens with you. The lunch which was included was quite disappointing honestly.
We were not aware that this tour was two tours combined. The morning part started at 9. The Acropolis part was good. The rest was not that great. The guide was not that good. The lunch was good. The afternoon trip started at 3pm. After lunch we have to sit around until 3 for the second trip. The guide for this trip was not that good at all. Overall it was an ok trip
This was a nice tour with a bus to the Acropolis with guide narrative of Athens along the way. The guide give some history but after a while I got lost in the names, dates, battles, and details. I just wanted to get to the top. We had over an hour at the top which was fine. Lunch was good and lots of food. The drive to Cape Sounion was about 90 minutes and you get a lot of history on the way. At the Temple of Poseidon there is a nice little restaurant to relax after exploring the temple. If I had to do it again I would do the Acropolis on my own after visiting the museum first but do the tour to Cape Sounion. Overall it was a good booking and the guides were all great.
This is a very good tour. Personally its best to choose the option with lunch when purchasing this tour. You can request to be picked up at your hotel within the city limits of Athens. Hotel Amalia is the meeting place for the bus if you choose otherwise. Hotel Amalia is a 4 star hotel which has a nice atmosphere. The morning will begin around 0845-0900 and last approximately until 1115. Acropolis Museum is an option as you will be asked if you would like to pay for this. I choose not to because The National Archaeological Museum in Athens houses some of the most important artifacts from a variety of archaeological locations around Greece from prehistory to late antiquity. Since I choose not attend the extra charge of the Acropolis Museum, Hotel Amalia prepares a beautiful lunch for you. Afterwards, you will have approximately 3 hours of free time if you are doing Cape Sounion in the afternoon. I walked to the Mitropoleos Square which only takes less than ten minutes to walk. Here you can purchase many different items for negotiable prices. This is one of the better places for shopping in Athens for tourists. Many times at the tour locations, the prices are slightly higher. Cape Sounion is noted for its Temple of Poseidon, one of the major monuments of the Golden Age of Athens. Its remains are perched on the headland, surrounded on three sides by the sea. Cape Sounion will depart approximately 1445 from Hotel Amalia. This was the highlight of the trip in my opinion. It takes about one hour to drive. Most of the driving is along the coastline because Cape Sounion is located on the southernmost tip of the Attic peninsula in Greece. Once you arrive ensure you walk the entire grounds. Dont just focus on the Temple of Poseidon. You can take beautiful pictures if you walk the steps/trails.
This is a two part tour. The morning was the Acropolis Museum which did not include the entrance fee. It was amazing and highly encourage the visit. Just not sure what we would have done if we didn't agree to go. The Acropolis was amazing!!. This part of the tour ended and we were brought to the Amalia Hotel where they served us lunch. This was the worst food we had while in Greece. It consisted of a very flat omelette with four oval shaped ground meat patties, which had gristle and bone in them, potatoes and rice. The Greek salad was good. The second part of the tour was a lovely trip to Cape Sounion and the ruins there were lovely. Both tour guides for the morning and afternoon were great.