Athens & Surrounding Areas

Athens & Surrounding Areas

Human settlements are recorded as early as the 5th millennium BC. Traces of settlements on the Acropolis hill are taking us back to the Bronze Age (3000-1100 BC); those inhabitants were not of Greek origin but bore the mythic name Pelasgi. It was not until the early 2nd millennium BC that the first Greek tribes, later called Ionians, arrived in Attica. They spoke Greek and gradually blended with the Pelasgi.

Mainland Attica is filled with amazing attractions,

extending from Lycabetus hill to the state- of- art Byzantine monasteries of Dafni and Kaisariani and from the battlegrounds of Marathon Salamis and Platea to the endless coastline that leads to the southernmost point of Attica, the majestic Cape Sounio with the Doric temple of Poseidon. All you need to do is unlock its secrets and experience its trills.

Athens City Tour, Acropolis & Acropolis Museum

Athens City Tour, Acropolis & Acropolis Museum

Athens, Athens & Surrounding Areas
The Golden Age : Pericles’s dream for ancient Athens
Athens Classical City Tour

Athens Classical City Tour

Athens, Athens & Surrounding Areas
Scent of the city: the Must – See sights
Athens City Tour, Acropolis & Plato's Digital Museum

Athens City Tour, Acropolis & Plato's Digital Museum

Athens, Athens & Surrounding Areas
Follow the footsteps of the great philosopher Plato at the archeological site of “Plato’s Academy”
Athens Classical City Tour & Cape Sounio

Athens Classical City Tour & Cape Sounio

Cape Sounio, Athens, Athens & Surrounding Areas
Embracing history and myths on the “Sacred Cape“
Athens to Cape Sounio, Temple of Poseidon Tour

Athens to Cape Sounio, Temple of Poseidon Tour

Cape Sounio, Athens & Surrounding Areas
Divine Beauty… Floating between myth and history
Athens to Marathon Historical Battleground & Monuments of Athens Tour

Athens to Marathon Historical Battleground & Monuments of Athens Tour

Athens & Surrounding Areas
The Dawn of Democracy and Athenian Superiority. Countdown to the Persian wars.
Athens to Marathon Historical Battle Tour

Athens to Marathon Historical Battle Tour

Athens & Surrounding Areas
March to glory at Marathon battleground: Triumphant victory of the Hoplite phalanx against the outnumbered Persian army
Athens to Corinth Canal & Monuments of Athens Tour

Athens to Corinth Canal & Monuments of Athens Tour

Peloponese, Athens, Athens & Surrounding Areas
A journey to Athens, the Cradle of Democracy and Corinth, the wealthiest city-state of antiquity.

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Human settlements are recorded as early as the 5th millennium BC. Traces of settlements on the Acropolis hill are taking us back to the Bronze Age (3000-1100 BC); those inhabitants were not of Greek origin but bore the mythic name Pelasgi. It was not until the early 2nd millennium BC that the first Greek tribes, later called Ionians, arrived in Attica. They spoke Greek and gradually blended with the Pelasgi.

Mainland Attica is filled with amazing attractions,

extending from Lycabetus hill to the state- of- art Byzantine monasteries of Dafni and Kaisariani and from the battlegrounds of Marathon Salamis and Platea to the endless coastline that leads to the southernmost point of Attica, the majestic Cape Sounio with the Doric temple of Poseidon. All you need to do is unlock its secrets and experience its trills.