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Athens Shore Excursion: City Sightseeing Athens and Piraeus Hop-On Hop-Off Tour

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  • Make your own itinerary and see Athens at your own pace
  • Flexible shore excursion: Tickets available for one, two, or three days
  • Includes discount booklet for local eateries, attractions, and shopping
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Athens Shore Excursion: City Sightseeing Athens and Piraeus Hop-On Hop-Off Tour
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24 Hr - Athens & Piraeus LinesMost Popular
Explore the Athens and Piraeus lines with our 24-hour hop on hop off bus ticket.
US$26.32
24 Hour - Athens Line
Explore the Athens Line with our 24-hour hop on hop off bus ticket.
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24hr All Routes
Explore the Athens, Piraeus & Beach Riviera lines with our 24-hour hop on hop off bus ticket.
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Overview
See the ancient sites and popular attractions of Athens—including the Temple of Zeus, Planetarium, and the Archeological Museum of Piraeus—on this hop-on hop-off bus shore excursion, a stress-free option for visitors with limited time. Enjoy views from the open-top bus, hear onboard commentary, and spend as much time as you’d like at each stop along multiple routes. Choose a ticket for one to four days of exploration, adding extra flexibility.
What to Expect
Your sightseeing shore excursion starts at Syntagma Square for the Athens Line or the Cruise Terminal for the Piraeus Line. A third route, “Beach Rivera,” is available April through October. Hop on the waiting open-top, double-decker bus, and head out for an overview of the city.

Get off at the stops that interest you most, exploring sights like the Temple of Zeus, National Gardens, and Archaeological Museum of Piraeus. Then, just reboard a new bus when you’re ready to move on. Buses depart roughly every 30 minutes, so you won’t have to wait long for another one.

Learn about noteworthy site from onboard audio commentary, available in several languages. Tickets are valid for unlimited rides for one, two, or three days.
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Reviewed 1 week ago
Athens the easy way

I use hop on hop off buses a lot in new places. I had made sure in advance using Trip advisor that I could use one when my cruise docked in Piraeus. I decided on the red one and true to form the was a...More

Thank Fiona M
Reviewed 20 August 2018
Foolish to not go on the walking tour

Bus is the general hop-on hop-off experience; all staff we encountered were nice and friendly, like the Greeks in general. BUT BEHOLD: It would be absolutely foolish to not go on one of the 3 free walking tours. Demetrios Karalis, a local Archaeologist, absolutely blew...More

1  Thank Elijah T
Reviewed 18 August 2018
Make sure you use the free walking tour

Arriving in Piraeus on a cruise ship I used the Hop-on bus which worked efficiently with one line from Piraeus into Acropolis and a separate line within Athens. But the highlight for me was the free walking tour included within the ticket. Guide Demetrios really...More

5  Thank David W
Reviewed 15 August 2018 via mobile
A MUST! Top

So many things that we saw and informations that we learned are every Cent worth. We also saw Piräus and it was beautiful. Comfortable and clean. The staff were also very very polite. They have so many stops that u can get on or off...More

2  Thank Doppelmair
Reviewed 11 August 2018
Walking tour

We decided to do the walking tour in Athens. I can only say Mr.Demetrios is absolutely amazing. He is not like other guides that just repeat the same thing over and over again. He makes you feel like you are part of the history. His...More

3  Thank andreaN1325SO
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Twiggy1957
28 April 2018|
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Response from andreaN1325SO | Reviewed this property |
Well, we bought the Athens (center of Athens) and the Riviera (beaches). If you want to go to the beach, take the reviera. There is one stop called lake Vouliagmeni that I also recommend you to go. This line has 4 or 5 stops... More
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Jean G
27 April 2018|
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I’m sorry that I can’t answer that one. I didn’t travel to Piraeus. I’m sure that the reception staff in your hotel will be able to help. Also, if you google ‘how do I get from Omonia to Piraeus?’ you’ll get bus & metro... More
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