Greece Adventure Trips DMC
Private walking tour: ( 2 Hours) Tranquil and Gorgeous sunset in Plaka
Location: Athens, Greece  
Duration: 2 hours (approx.)  
Kid Friendly  
Availability: Daily at 19:00pm  
Participants: Private Group size: 2 – 7 pax  
Language: English / Spanish / French / Italian  
At the foothill of the Acropolis Rock stretches the old neighborhood of Plaka. With
its alleys – some of them continuously inhabited for thousands of years – and its
mosaic of monuments dating to various eras, it is one of the most picturesque,
historically important and, inevitably touristy districts of Athens.  
• Ioannis Makriyiannis Statue  
• Lysikrates Monument  
• Tripodon Street  
• Rizokastro wall  
• Ana otika  
• Old University  
• Church of Agios Nikolaos Ragkava  
• Tower of the Winds – Aerides
After your pick -up from your location, we will enter the old alleys of Plaka, passing
by the Lysicrates Monument, Tripodon street, old taverns, and well-known
residences. We will walk next to the Rizokastro wall, climbing the stairs of the
Ana otika neighborhood to admire a panoramic view of Athens, and we will pass
by the old University heading towards Monastiraki. Step by step, Plaka will lose its
touristic edge and, despite its bustling streets, it will soon begin to feel like home.
With this tour, we will attempt to go beyond the façade, delving into the human
aspect of this community, which has remained vibrant for centuries and has
inspired numerous Greek and foreign artists. Accompanied by the echo of the old
“laternas” or the cantatas that, once upon a time, used to be performed in these
streets, we will recount stories of love and betrayal – some of them real, others
inspired by the Greek cinema – and we will explore the cultural evolution of
Athenian society during Greece’s modern history