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Athens: Electric Bike Tour

1. Athens: Electric Bike Tour

This morning electric bike tour lasts about 3.5 hours and it is a nice way to get yourselves oriented in the city of Athens. The ride takes place in the amazing historic city center, on pedestrian areas, low traffic streets, and parks away from the traffic hustle. Your local tour leader will head the tour, riding with you very close to the main archaeological sites and guiding you through some hidden areas, while providing you with a stunning experience!  The group rides close to the new Acropolis Museum and the Ancient Cemetery of Kerameikos, through the neighborhood of Thission, while you enjoy a great view of the Acropolis and the Parthenon. Then, cycle through the Ancient Greek Agora and pass by the Roman Agora Continue cycling in the historic district of Plaka, and then move to the National Gardens, one of the best areas to ride in downtown Athens. Stop also in front of the Presidential Mansion to see the Presidential Guards, and pass by the Panathenaic Stadium and Zappeion Exhibition Hall.

Historic Athens: Small Group Electric Bike Tour

2. Historic Athens: Small Group Electric Bike Tour

Embark on an electric bike tour of Athens that combines the city’s ancient and modern sites, and enjoy panoramic views, picturesque streets, and well-known archeological sights along the way. Following a short briefing and test ride at the centrally located meeting point, cruise through a park to familiarize yourself with the bike before the start of your tour proper. Glide effortlessly up the hill to Pnyka and Filoppappou, where there will be time to admire the views and take panoramic photos. Go to see the Odeon of Herodes Atticus and the Areios Pagos (Supreme Court) on the slopes of the Acropolis, before heading to the Temple of Zeus and Hadrian’s Arch. Along the way, discover some of the city’s more modern monuments, and look at the Evzones (guards) standing in front of the Parliament building in their colorful tunics. Travel through the National Gardens to arrive at the Panathinaic Stadium, site of the very 1st Olympic Games. Then, cycle back through the narrow streets of Plaka to discover a picturesque neighborhood just steps from the Acropolis. Stop to look at the Tower of Winds and discover the Roman and ancient markets, before heading back.

Athens: Sunset Bike Tour

3. Athens: Sunset Bike Tour

Discover the must-see sights of Athens at the best time of day on an afternoon bike tour of the historic monuments. Avail of the breathtaking views of the ancient city as you cycle to landmark monuments, starting at the National Gardens, followed by the Panathenaic Stadium and Presidential Mansion. Get off your bike to take short walks to different locations, and journey through the history of Ancient Greece at monuments such as the Roman Agora. Admire the columns of the Zappeion exhibition hall, and cycle through the charming Plaka district at dusk. Make your way to Kerameikos just north of the Acropolis and explore the hip district of Thisseio.

From Athens: Seaside Tour with Electric Bike

4. From Athens: Seaside Tour with Electric Bike

A ride of approximately 3.5 hours that will take you along the coast line. After a short stop at Kerameikos, the tour continues by using the new cycle path in Athens to go all the way down to the coastline. It will take around 30 minutes to reach the coastline. Arriving at Trocadero you can see and almost touch  the impressive reconstruction of Olympia. An entry into the floating naval museum is a must and a welcome surprise where you can really see what life on board was all about. The impressive yachts in the Marinas for pictures and continue towards picturesque Mikrolimano in Piraeus, where a short rest while watching the view is planned. Don't forget to bring your swimsuit so you can take a dip.

Athens Classic Tour on an Electric Bicycle

5. Athens Classic Tour on an Electric Bicycle

Let’s Roll into the Old Town Meet at the shop and your friendly guide will help you get familiar with the equipment and the use of e-bikes. All guides are locals and committed to helping you discover the magic of Athens city. End the anticipation as you start cycling towards the unique place of Acropolis. This area hosts World Heritage sights. The Ancient Markets Once again, cycle among very old areas and admire the remains of a great civilization. The Roman Forum and the Ancient Agora dominate this part of the trip. Keramikos An area full of antiquities and part of the old city's western limits. It is an entrance point to some popular neighborhoods of Athens and also leads the way from the center to Piraeus. Monastiraki Arrive at the most popular location for all Athens visitors. From here, discover the city and the entrance to the oldest part of Athens. Plaka The heart and the most authentic place of Athens. Go through back streets and alleys to explore a hidden face of the magical city. Legends and houses will take you back through thousands of years of fascinating people and facts. The Stadium and the Olympics Next place you shall visit includes sights that are connected to the athletic history of Greece and also includes the famous temple of Zeus.

Athens: Coastline E-Bike Tour with Lunch by the Sea

6. Athens: Coastline E-Bike Tour with Lunch by the Sea

Start your electric bike ride at the Dionysiou Areopagitou pedestrian road on a 4.5-hour tour that connects some of the most important sights in Athens, including the Acropolis Museum, Areios Pagos, Odeon of Herodes Atticus, Filopappos Hill, Pnyx, the Ancient Agora and Kerameikos. Leaving the archeological area behind, you’ll ride along the bicycle lane, cycling through popular areas such as Kallithea, Petralona, and Taurus, developed in the late 19th century. Soon approach the construction site of the new Opera House that will also host the National Library. As you continue on you’ll have superb views of Faliro Bay. The esplanade leads you to the Naval Museum, where you’ll see the battleship Averof and a replica of an ancient Greek trireme. Then you’ll enter the imposing Flisvos Marina, which hosts some of the biggest yachts around. Cycle along the coast, where Athenians would spend summer vacations. Holidaymakers would stroll along the magnificent boardwalk listening to the orchestra playing music in front of the Aktaion Palace, a luxurious hotel that remained open until the 1970s. Before ending the tour, you’ll have plenty of time to swim and relax at the beach, which was the first integrated swimming beach in Athens, established almost 150 years ago. There, for the first time, men and women were able to swim together. Following your swim, head back to the center of Athens on a relaxed ride by electric bike.

Athens Coastal Bike Tour

7. Athens Coastal Bike Tour

Starting from the center of Athens, cycle through quiet neighborhoods for about 8 kilometers on safe bike lanes to reach the Athens “Riviera”. Ride on safe bike lanes to reach Niarchos cultural center that will house the new National Library and the National Opera. Ride along the coast for about 4 kilometers, passing by many interesting attractions such as the Tae Kwon do indoor hall, the Averof ship museum and Marina Flisvos. Your final destination is a nice beach, where you will have plenty of time for a coffee break or a light lunch. After about 30 minutes free time at the beach, take the same way back to the city center of Athens. Stop at a famous local pastry shop for a sampling of amazing Greek pies. At the end of the tour your guide will give you tips and suggestions for the rest of your holidays in Athens. Highlights include the Niarchos Cultural Center, Delta Falirou, Marina Flisvou, Averof ship museum, Alimos beach, Keramikos and National Observatory.

Athens: Full-Day Private Tour by Limo-Minivan

8. Athens: Full-Day Private Tour by Limo-Minivan

Start your tour at the Acropolis hill, where you can see the Erechtheion, the Temple of Athena, Nike, and Propylaea, and glimpse the famous Parthenon. From the top of Acropolis hill, marvel at the Odeon of Herodus Atticus, the Theatre of Dionysus, and the Areopagus. Move on to the Temple of Olympian Zeus and Hadrian’s Arch. See the Panathenaic Stadium, where the first Olympic games of the modern era were held in 1896. Witness the Evzones changing of the guards at the Presidential Palace. Visit the Athens Trilogy of Culture: the National Library of Greece, the Athens University, and the Academy, and see the Memorial to the Unknown Soldier, the Houses of Parliament, Constitution Square, and enjoy a panorama of the city from Lycabettus hill. Drive through modern Athens and stop at Hermou street, the old city Plaka and Flea Market for traditional Greek delicacies, and grab something to drink. If time permits, visit some additional sites such as Hefestus Temple, Kerameikos, Greek & Roman Agora, and Socrates Prison. After lunch, enjoy a visit to the New Acropolis Museum or the National Archaeological Museum to complete your experience.

Athens: Kerameikos & Archaeological Museum Private Tour

9. Athens: Kerameikos & Archaeological Museum Private Tour

Discover the key ancient sites in Athens during a unique one-day experience filled with beautiful landscapes and archaeological adventures. Upgrade your tour to include a private guided tour with a licensed English-speaking guide, authorized to enter all the archaeological sites with you, or alternatively explore the sites at your own pace without a guide. Start the tour with pick up from your hotel in Athens where you will meet your driver and set off on your full-day tour. First, head over to the Acropolis for a tour of the most significant parts of this archaeological site. Walk uphill through the grand marble entrance and marvel at the astonishing construction of the Parthenon, a splendid temple built by the Greeks and dedicated to goddess Athena. Gaze down at the modern city of Athens from the hilltop, exploring all sides for panoramic views of the old town and its picturesque buildings. See the ancient Theater of Dionysus, the Roman Temple of Zeus, and the world-famous Herodeion theater. Then, visit the spectacular Acropolis Museum which houses a wide collection of original sculptures. Marvel at the glass-made floor which reveals the ruins of ancient buildings underneath. On the first floor, admire marble masterpieces and impressive views of the Acropolis Hill, the Lycabettus Hill, and the rest of the city. Next, take a drive around the most popular parts of modern Athens. Take a look at the extraordinary venue for the first modern Olympic Games in 1896, the Roman temple of Zeus with its imposing pillars, the National Gardens, the Changing of the Guard at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, the outstanding 19th-century University of Athens, the Academia, and the National Library. Complete your tour with a visit to the archaeological site of Kerameikos. This unique, extended historical site served as the ancient cemetery of Athens. While walking around the site you can take a look at the ruins of the ancient defense wall that marked the city’s boundaries. Finally, visit the National Archaeological Museum, founded in the 19th-century, which hosts the richest and biggest collection in Greece.

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Overall rating

4.9 / 5

based on 347 reviews

you can see much more by bike without getting tired.!! Nestea was nice, friendly & funny. It was a small group, 8 people & although I was worried about cycling on busy Athens roads we kept off these scary places & did parks & small or pedestrianised roads. A very pleasant way to spend the morning. Thanks

Great experience from a knowledge guide. Group was small and had an intimate feel. We made plenty of stops and never felt rushed. Bikes were good quality. Electric assist motors made the ride a breeze. 10/10 Recommend.

A really fun light hearted fly through the city on quieter roads and lanes. A great way to spend a morning

Great bike tour of the city & fantastic hosts with lots of knowledge & fun

Interesting route on well maintained kit with friendly staff.