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Small Groups from €70pp

What you can expect

A family-friendly licensed guide will keep your whole family engaged through enchanting stories, secrets and mythology that surround the Acropolis. Explore the temples that make up the ancient city of the Acropolis including the Temple of Athena Nike, the Erechtheion, the Caryatids and of course the iconic Parthenon.

Take in the magnificent views of Athens from above and learn more about the fortification walls still intact and visible from the belvedere tower at the southeast of the Propylaea, where the Hellenic flag is raised and lowered every day by the Evzone soldiers.

Visitors will also see the Odeon of Herodes Atticus, the iconic open air theatre below the southwest slope. As you descend, you will visit the ancient theatre of Dionysus where theatrical performances took place in ancient Athens.

Fun facts, trivia and any questions you have about this sacred site will be answered by highly educated guides who are very experienced in accommodating families and keeping children engaged.

This two hour tour offers the perfect amount of time for families with a descriptive and visual narrative of the Acropolis that will be tailored to your needs. Any special requests can be placed in the comments section of the booking panel.

You can book a private pick up to transfer you to or from the port of Piraeus or Athens International Airport if required. (A separate booking is required and we will manage both for you, to co-ordinate with your tour times).


* Fascinating insights you won’t read about in guide books.

* Two children per group up to the age of 10 go free*

* A private Acropolis tour lets you bypass the crowds and move at a pace that is right for you and your family

* Entry tickets are all pre-arranged in advance, so there is no waiting around in lengthy queues.


Wear comfortable walking shoes as there is an ascent up to the archaeological site. We would rate this walk as low to medium intensity, you don’t need to be super fit. Don’t forget your sunglasses, sunscreen and a good hat during summer.

There is a kiosk at the entry below the Acropolis that serves drinks and light refreshments. You are only allowed to enter the site with water.

The most delicious Greek yoghurt is close by, so be sure to check it out before or after your tour!


Persons over 11 years of age:

  • €58-70pp for 5-6 people
  • €70pp for 4 people
  • €85pp for 3 people
  • €110pp for 2 people
  • €220 for 1 person



  • Children up to 10 years old go free (up to 2 kids for free)
  • 3 Children €30
  • 4-5 Children €50
  • 6-7 Children €70


Price exclusions:

  • * All taxes are included in the price
  • * In case of rain, you will be notified about any changes to your scheduled walk
  • * According to Greek law, only a licensed tour guide is allowed to take you to into an archaeological site, a church, museum or around monuments. Licensed and accredited guides in Greece undergo extensive study and training.
  • * You may cancel your reservation without penalty up to 72 hours before the scheduled tour date
  • * If you cancel 48 hours before the scheduled tour date, 50% of the amount will be refunded
  • * Cancellation 24 hours before or less does not entitle you to a refund
  • * In the event that you do not honour your reservation and not inform us of a cancellation, the full tour fee will be charged.
  • * Tours do not operate on Christmas Day, 26th December, Easter Sunday and national holidays.

Small Groups from €70pp

Number of persons in your group *

Over 11yrs of age

Number of children *

10yrs and under (up to 2 kids are free)

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Tours are generally conducted in English but requests for other languages can be made

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