2/3 Half Days in Athens Private Tour

By Onoufrios Dovletis
Licensed Tourist Guide

Perfect Tour

We have been to Athens, the Acropolis, and the Acropolis Museum several times before, but this time we took a tour with Onoufrios. It was fantastic. He does a wonderful job conveying the historical,
Archaeological, and linguistic importance of everything we saw. We loved It and couldn’t recommend him more. Will definitely be back to hire him for other tours.

by dina4, Nov 2019

Excellent Tour Guide

Four of us booked Onoufrios for a 3 day tour of Athens and surrounding areas. He is extremely knowledgeable and truly a fun person to spend time with. Be sure to book the Corinth Canal day which included super driver, George. He treated us like royalty! Look no further. This is the guide that you want. Check out Onoufrios' website.

by Michigan Tess, Nov 2019

Seen the best of Athens!

We hired Onoufrios for a private 1/2 day tour of the Acropolis and surrounding areas. He met us on time, and did an amazing job of keeping us away from the crowds while we toured. He was knowledgeable but more importantly, he was personable and so enthusiastic. Not only did he give us an excellent tour, he also suggested restaurants and other places to visit. Highly recommend!!

by 921rhondah, Nov 2019

Ancient Greece Comes Alive

Onoufrious' expert commentary made our day in Athens as much about the people of ancient Greece as the architecture. He had a special way of conveying visual details to help us understand and retain the historical timelines. We also did his Corinth, Mycenae, Epidaurus and Nafplio Private Tour, which augmented and reinforced what we learned in Athens. Since we had heard numerous times "This is a replica--the original is in Athens", we squeezed the National Archaeological Museum Private Tour in on our last day. He found many interesting artifacts in a rather stody museum. Highly recommended.

by Barbara L, Sep 2019





The Acropolis, Greece’s most famous UNESCO site, has always been the fortress of Athens and the absolute symbol of the grandeur of the Greek civilization. The buildings included are: Parthenon, Erechthion, Odeon of Herodes (Herodion), Temple of Athena Nike, Propylea, Theatre of Dionysus.



The Agora, aka the 'birthplace of Democracy', is where you can see ruins of the parliament of the Athenian Democracy, the best-preserved temple in Greece (dedicated to Hephaestus) and the place where Socrates taught and was executed 2,500 years ago.


Keramikos Cemetery

The ancient cemetery of Athens also features some of the tallest surviving parts of the old fortification walls, where the city practically started from, as well as a beatiful small museum with rare and impressive findings.



National Archaeological Museum

With over 11,000 exhibits, Greece’s biggest museum will give us the chance to cover 6,000 years of art and history in two hours. Don't miss it!

* Then we'll take the train from the nearby station to Monastiraki (2 stops) or a taxi.


Monastiraki Square

Built right above the ancient city and a metro station, this is practically the heart of Athens right by the old town, where there are dozens of shops for clothes, shoes and souvenirs (‘flea market’), restaurants and cafés. Definitely the place to be!


Hadrian's Library

Once a library for nearly 20,000 'books' this site with impressive Corinthian columns eventually became home to Christian churches and ottoman houses until the 19th century.


Tower of the Winds & Roman Market

Considered the world's first meteorological station, this simple-looking building was a marvel of Ancient Greek engineering, now surrounded by remains of various conquerors, including the Romans and the Turks.


Plaka, Anafiotika

This is the old town of Athens right by the Acropolis, full of taverns, cafés, and wonderful ancient and neoclassical buildings. Anafiotika is part of it but it stands out for its island look.


Lysikrates Monument

This unique structure is the only surviving theatrical monument which also influenced architecture in a surprising way.



Neoclassical Masterpieces

Some of the city’s most beautiful neoclassical buildings are here, such as the Academy, the University and the National Library.


Syntagma Square, Parliament & Changing of Guards

The intricate changing of the guards wearing skirts and shoes made of wood and leather takes place all year long, every hour, in front of the first palace of modern Greece, which now houses the Parliament.


National Garden

A pleasant break from the city bustle, the former Royal Garden was created by the first King and Queen of Greece in the 19th century, at a time when watering it meant cutting the water supply for the rest of the city...


Panathenaic Stadium

Also known as the ‘Olympic Stadium’, it was built in the place of the ancient stadium and it hosted the first modern Olympic Games. We can see it from the hill but we can also enter if you wish (extra cost).



Originally the first Olympic Village ever built, this building is surrounded by a small park scattered with ancient ruins and statues.


Temple of Zeus

Once the biggest building in Athens 1,900 years ago, the temple of the king of the Gods originally had over 100 Corinthian columns.


Alexander the Great statue

A recent addition to the city, this once-forgotten modest statue is dedicated to the ‘greatest Greek of all times’. It will give us the chance to talk about Alexander from Macedonia and the country that is wrongfully using the name of his birthplace now...


Hadrian's Arch

A monumental arch built by the Athenians to honour the Greek-loving Roman emperor.


Acropolis Museum

The most impressive museum in Greece and one of the best ones in the world, the Acropolis Museum houses the classical masterpieces from the Acropolis combining an excavation which is always visible under your feet.


2 DAYS: 340 EUR

3 DAYS: 500 EUR

per group.

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Additional Information

Tour Duration

4 hours

Meeting Location

DAY 1: Dionysos Zonar’s Restaurant, 43 Rovertou Galli, 117 42

DAY 2A: National Archaeological Museum: 44, 28th of October (Patission), 106 82

DAY 2B: Panepistimio metro station, ticket area



What’s Extra


Ticket cost
  • Combined ticket: 30€ per person, no reduced, free: EU visitors up to 25 years old.
  • Acropolis Museum: €10. €5 under 18 years old for non EU children. Free under 18 for EU children and any child under 5 yo.
  • National Archaeological Museum: 12€.

The Acropolis is built on a slippery rocky hill and can be difficult for people with walking issues.



Cancellation Policy

Less than 72 hours (3 days) notice: full fee of cancelled tour payable.

Know before you go
  • Your ticket allows you to skip the ticket line, not the entrance line, which is usually short.
  • You can buy the Acropolis ticket or the combined 30€ ticket for all the sites (NO MUSEUM INCLUDED) online here.
  • During high season months (June-September) it’s good to start early (e.g. 8am) to avoid the crowds and the heat.
  • Make sure you have sunscreen and wear a hat and comfortable shoes and clothes.

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