Admire Acropolis of Athens - An Electric Scooter Tour

Enjoy the most famous spots of ancient Athens, listen to magical stories, admire the magnificent ruins, see Parthenon, the temple of Athena Nike, Erechtheion and many more sights..

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  • Duration: 2 Hours
  • Moderate
  • Electronic voucher
  • Meet on location
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Meet your guide at Acropolis metro station (ticket level) in time for an 9am departure and walk the short distance to the Acropolis. 

After picking up your tickets, head inside to explore the hilltop archaeological site, one of the Seven Wonders of the World.

Listen as your guide transports you back to ancient Greece with stories of the ancient city and its importance. Stop to admire the magnificent ruins, most of which date back to the 5th-century BC, including the much-photographed Parthenon, the restored Temple of Athena Nike, and the , known for its exquisite Caryatid statues.

After around two hours exploring the ruins, either end your tour at the Acropolis exit on Mars Hill, or continue to the Ancient Agora (if upgrade selected). Discover the grand Agora, once the epicenter of ancient Athens, on a 2-hour tour, visiting monuments such as the beautifully preserved Temple of Hephaestus and the renovated Stoa of Attalos.

Your tour ends in Monastiraki Square in central Athens , the center of modern Greece 


Meet up with your guide at Acropolis metro station (ticket level).

You will walk the short distance from here to the Acropolis and pick up your tickets after which you will go inside to begin exploring one of the Seven Wonders of the World.

2 Hours of exploration.

Your guide will take you back in time through stories of ancient Greece and its importance while you explore the amazing ruins such as the Parthenon, the Erechtheion and the restored Temple of Athena Nike.

What’s included

  • Professional licensed tour guide
  • Walking tour 

What’s excluded

  • Hotel pickup and drop-off
  • Food and drinks
  • Entrance tickets of Acropolis (20 EUR per person) 

What do I need to bring

  • Comfortable shoes
  • Hat (especially during warm months. ie: June, July, August)
  • Sunscreen

Important information

  • Start Point: Acropolis metro station down to the ticket level by the ticket machines.
  • End Point: Exit of Acropolis monuments at Mars Hill by Plaka area. 
  • Tickets are purchased onsite.
  • Entrance fees payable by cash directly to the tour guide on the day of the tour. Acropolis 20 euros per adult from April to October, 10 euros per adult from November to March. Ancient Agora 8 euros per adult from April to October, 4 euros per adult from November to March.
  • Free entrance to Children under 18 years old as long as they present a valid passport at the entrance of the Acropolis of Athens.
  • Children must be accompanied by an adult.
  • Not wheelchair accessible.
  • Afternoon walking tour with late departure (17:30 PM) available from May 1 to August 31 in order to avoid crowds and warm temperatures.





Guided Language

  • English
30 2 Hours , Moderate

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On a rainy day


Thankfully it was a short walk from the metro station to the entrance of Acropolis rock. Had a rather short tour of the site to admire the wonder of Parthenon and the temple of Athena. Majestic view of the entire city and the surroundings. Sun came out so we enjoyed a breef walk and eventually decided to visit the amazing museum as well.

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10 December, 2019 by Lana Mirez

Classico Atheno


Buying one of these when back in LA for sure....loved the tour, the city too old for a city clicker..

15 November, 2019 by Fred Mettan