Full Day Athens & Corinth


8 hours

Taxi/ Minivan:

290€/ 390€



f you are visiting Athens and you are interested in having a private tour, we are here to help you organize it! ATS consists of professional drivers with many years of experience in the travel industry. We promise that you will have a memorable day in our city! We will show you all the highlights and you will be dropped off at the starting point (Piraeus port if you are on cruise or at your Hotel/Apartment).


  • English speaking professional driver with basic knowledge of what you are going to visit.
  • Mercedes-Benz vehicles equipped with A/C, WiFi, Child Seats, and cold waters.
  • All taxes and VAT.
  • In one Taxi can fit up to 4 people, and in one Minivan up to 8 people.

Not Included

    • Entrance fees
    • From April 1st to October 31st: Acropolis (20 Euros), Temple of Zeus (6 Euros).
    • From November 1st to March 31st: Acropolis (10 Euros), Temple of Zeus (3 Euros).
    • Meal
    • But we can suggest you some traditional restaurants where local people go.


  • After you confirm your booking you will get also a confirmation from us with full information of what you have booked.

Cancellation Policy

  • Please inform us via e-mail, at least one week before, for alterations or cancellations!

Meeting Point & Time

  • The vehicle will pick you up at the meeting point. In the case of not being able to find the driver please contact the emergency number that appears on your voucher.
  • Please follow the instructions indicated on your voucher.


      After picking you up we start our tour from Acropolis which is an ancient citadel located on a high rocky outcrop above the city of Athens and contains the remains of several ancient buildings of great architectural and historic significance, the most famous being the Parthenon. We continue with the Hadrian’s Gate which spanned an ancient road from the center of Athens to the complex of structures on the eastern side of the city that included the Temple of Zeus. Next to Hadrian’s Gate is the Temple of Zeus which is a colossal ruined temple in the center of Athens that was dedicated to Zeus, king of the Olympian gods. The Panathinaikos Stadium, also known as the Kallimarmaro (meaning the “beautifully marbled”), is a multi-purpose stadium used for several events and athletics in Athens that hosted the first modern Olympic Games in 1896. Our next sight is the Parliament where we are going to see the changing of the guards. It is preformed by Evzones, the name of several historical elite light infantry and mountain units of the Greek Army. Moving on to see another interesting part of Athens we pass by the Athens Trilogy, consisting the National Library of Greece, the Athens University and the Academy of Athens. Great architecture monuments which are also an important part of Greek cultural heritage. From the Trilogy, we are heading toward Lycabettus Hill which is the highest point of Athens where we are going to view and capture the most beautiful pictures of the city. After this journey around Athens if you feel exhausted and hungry we can go to sit and enjoy the traditional Greek delights. After we are heading toward Lycabettus Hill which is the highest point where we are going to view all Athens and capture the most beautiful pictures. Athens).

      After we have seen the above places we continue with our trip to Corinth. Arriving there we will start with a visit to Ancient Corinth, the artificial harbor on the Corinthian Gulf, the Agora, the Dorian Temple of Appollo, the Museum which contains mosaic floors, Mycenaean and Corinthian pottery, terra-cotta sphinxes, statues of two supernatural beings, relief plaques, the Roman head of the goddess Tyche, and the Bima (where St Paul preached), Acro-Corinth (the fortress acropolis of Ancient Corinth and Medieval Corinth, being on a steep of a rocky hill 575 meters high with uninterrupted views across the Corinthian and Saronic Gulfs. It has been a fortified citadel for the Mycenaean, Archaic Greeks, Macedonians, Romans, Byzantines, Franks, Venetians, Ottomans and eventually back to the Hellenes following the Greek War of Independence), and finally The Canal, which is about 6 km long, tidal waterway across the Isthmus of Corinth in Greece, joining the Gulf of Corinth in the northwest with the Saronic Gulf in the southeast.

  • The itinerary is subject to change due to lack of time, demonstrations, strikes, or other issues that may arise.