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Best Places to Visit in Athens—Athens Tours

When looking for the best places to visit in Athens, one cannot miss the Acropolis, but it is definitely a place where a traveler benefits from having a knowledgeable tour guide. There are a lot of important ruins that can easily be overlooked without one!

Since pictures generally show only the stone Parthenon atop with rocks strewn everywhere, it may surprise you how lush and green the Acropolis is. Trees and bushes line the pathway going up to the top of the hill.

After a leisurely walk along the tree-lined path (replete with friendly random dogs), you approach the steps to the Propylaea—the monumental gateway to the Acropolis and the majestic monuments on the hill. Ancient ruins will span before you and this is where you will want to have someone who knows Athens history to put into context this inspiration of democracy and philosophy.

With the Tour Guy “Skip-the-Line Acropolis Tour with Parthenon and Museum,” an archeologist will be your guide. You will have skip-the-line access to the Acropolis and Acropolis tickets with a tour of the Parthenon and the Acropolis Museums, as well as more along this half-day tour…all at a fabulous price!

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Athens has so much history to offer that it is a must-see for anyone interested in our past. I hope you enjoy your trip to the land of Aristotle and Plato. Bring comfortable walking shoes!

Other Greek Tours

Athens Cooking Class with Dinner and Rooftop View of the Acropolis:

Athens Local Food Tour in Monastiraki:

Greek Island Day Trip by Sailboat:

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