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> Cape Sounion Experience

Sit back and enjoy a breathtaking drive from Athens center along the coast of the Athenian Riviera as you head for Cape Sounion and the ancient ruins of the Temple of Poseidon. After departing from Athens, your tour takes you on a pleasant journey along one of the finest stretches of coastal road, passing through picturesque villages and the seaside towns of Glyfada, Vouliagmeni and Varkiza. With a splendid view of the Saronic Gulf, you will be able to take in some of the most breathtaking scenery in the world as your guide brings to your attention places of interest along the route, including the famous Vouliagmeni Lake.

Your tour takes you to Cape Sounion, the southernmost tip of the Attica peninsula and where the world-renowned archeological site of the Temple of Poseidon lays in ruins, surrounded on three sides by the sea. The temple, built in the 5th century is perched on the headline almost 60 meters above the blue-green waters, overlooking the Sounion Bay with a spectacular mountain backdrop and stunning views of at least seven islands on a clear day.

Inclusions: Private Transportation
Extras: Licensed Guide, Entrance Fees
Duration: Approximately 4 hours

> Half Day Athens Discovery with Acropolis Museum

Today's tour will take you on a journey to discover the ancient world of Athens and how it meshes with the modern-day. Set off first for the Acropolis museum, a modern building created to house the nearly 4,000 artifacts of one of the world's most famous monuments. The pottery, sculptures and relics displayed in the museum give us insight into the lives of the ancient Greeks. Do you know why the city was dedicated to the goddess Athena? What about the role of community and family to the ancient Greeks? Together with your expert guide learn about their rituals and customs and mythology.

After the museum visit, head up to the top of the Acropolis hill entering through the gates of the Propylaea just as the ancients did. Awe at the magnificence of the Parthenon and learn about its construction and how its use has changed throughout the centuries from treasury to church to mosque and more. From the top of this towering citadel which overlooks Athens you can see remnants of other ancient ruins dotted between Byzantine churches, neoclassical houses and modern buildings. Descend through the Old Town and enjoy a leisurely stroll through the streets of the historical Plaka neighborhood or watch the Changing of the Guards in front of the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier.

Inclusions: Private Transportation
Extras: Licensed Guide, Entrance Fees
Duration: Approximately 4 hours

> Full Day Athens and Cape Sounion Discovery Tour

Start your tour with a visit to the new Acropolis Museum where nearly 4,000 artifacts are on display providing a remarkable insight into the everyday life of the ancient Greeks. From here continue to the top of the Acropolis hill entering through the gates of the Propylaea just as the ancients did. Awe at the magnificence of the Parthenon and learn about its construction and how its use has changed throughout the centuries from treasury to church to mosque and more. From the top of this towering citadel which overlooks Athens you can see remnants of other ancient ruins dotted between Byzantine churches, neoclassical houses and modern buildings. Descend through the Old Town and enjoy a leisurely stroll through the streets of the historical Plaka neighborhood. Here, enjoy a break for a traditional local lunch (not included).

Your tour takes you to Cape Sounion, the southernmost tip of the Attica peninsula and where the world-renowned archeological site of the Temple of Poseidon lays in ruins, surrounded on three sides by the sea. The temple, built in the 5th century is perched on the headline almost 60 meters above the blue-green waters, overlooking the Sounion Bay with a spectacular mountain backdrop and stunning views of at least seven islands on a clear day.

Inclusions: Private Transportation
Extras: Licensed Guide, Entrance Fees
Duration: Approximately 8 hours

> Private Full Day Delphi Experience

Take a leisurely drive through the plains of Beotia, north of the eastern part of the Gulf of Corinth, passing through the mountainous towns of Thebes, Levadia and Arachova, renowned for its peculiar architecture and cobbled uphill streets.

Arriving at Delphi, an entrancing archaeological site and modern town, which according to Greek mythology, was once regarded by Zeus as the center of the world. You will explore some of the most prominent sites, including the ancient ruins of the Temple of Apollo, on the southern slopes of Parnassos mountain, and the Archaeological Museum of Delphi, site of the most famous ancient Greek oracle and home to one of the finest examples of ancient bronze statues, the Charioteer of Delphi and the sculpture of Agias, an Ancient Greek Athlete.

Following your visit, take a break for lunch and enjoy some free time in the village of Delphi before returning to Athens.

Inclusions: Private Transportation
Extras: Licensed Guide, Entrance Fees, Lunch (excluding beverages)
Duration: Approximately 8 hours

> Private Full Day Argolis Experience

Take a leisurely drive along the coastal road of the Saronic Gulf to the Corinth Canal, where there will be a short stop to see the narrow waterway, before proceeding to Mycenae, an archaeological site of great interest. Here, you will see the Lion's Gate, erected during the 13th century BC and the only remaining monumental piece of Mycenaean sculpture. Here you will marvel at stunning examples of Cyclopean masonry found in the walls of Mycenae and the Grave Circle A, which is a 16th-century BC royal gravesite, notable for a series of gold death masks, arms, and gold and silver cups excavated there.

From here, you will travel to the picturesque seaport town of Nafplion, once the capital of the First Hellenic Republic and of the Kingdom of Greece. Finally, before returning to Athens by the National road, you will take a half hour drive to the great Theater of Epidaurus. Built in 340 BC, it has been so well-preserved that it is still used today for dramatic theatrical performances and concerts. During your private full day tour, you will stop for lunch near Mycenae or Nafplion.

Inclusions: Private Transportation
Extras: Licensed Guide, Entrance Fees, Lunch (excluding beverages)
Duration: Approximately 8 hours

> Full Day Athens City Discovery

Start your tour with a visit to the new Acropolis Museum where nearly 4,000 artifacts are on display providing a remarkable insight into the everyday life of the ancient Greeks. From here, proceed to the Acropolis and visit the ancient temples of Parthenon, Erechtheion and Athena Nike, before heading over to the Philopappos Hill where you can enjoy the sweeping views of the citadel, the city and the port of Piraeus. On your descent, you will stop off at the Pnyx, once the meeting place for the democratic assembly.

You will then pass the Ancient Agora, best-known for its notable monuments; the Stoa of Attalus, Hadrian's Library, and the Tower of the Winds. Continue to the marble hill of Areopagus, renowned for the speech delivered there by the apostle Paul regarding the identity of the "unknown god". This part of the tour takes you into Plaka, before heading over to the Parliament Building in Syntagma Square, to watch the ceremonial changing of the guards at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. Finally, you will visit the high-class area of Kolonaki en route to Mount Lycabettus, a popular site for visitors due to its unique vantage points of the Acropolis and the Mediterranean Sea.

Inclusions: Private Transportation
Extras: Licensed Guide, Entrance Fees
Duration: Approximately 8 hours

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