“Live your cycling myth in Athens”
This private bike tour is designed for those who love cycling, providing a fabulous insight into the Greek lifestyle. It is a full-day outdoor activity, planned for all cycling enthusiasts who want to enjoy all about Athens in an active way. During this tour, you have a complete sightseeing experience of all the must-see attractions of both the city center and the Athenian Riviera.
Be ready to cycle through history and time, in an amazing journey that includes ancient temples, breathtaking panoramic views, sandy beaches, private luxurious yacht marinas and local perspective! At the end of this tour you will have a plethora of unforgettable memories and a round idea of Athens. This bike tour will be an absolute highlight of your visit in Athens.
- Acropolis Museum
- Acropolis hill
- National Observatory
- Ancient Cemetery of Kerameikos
- Petralona neighborhood
- Kallithea neighborhood
- Moschato neighborhood
- New National Opera House
- New National Library
- SNF Cultural Center
- Taekwondo Olympic Stadium
- Naval Museum
- Flisvos Marina
- Alimos Marina
- Kalamaki Beach
- Ancient Greek Agora
- Roman Agora
- Athens City Cathedral
- Plaka neighborhood
Depending on specific local conditions, reasonable changes in the itinerary may be made, where deemed necessary, only by “Athens by bike”
Bikes and helmets | Local pastry tasting | Bottled water 500ml | Athens ‘Things-to-do’ list| Third party liability insurance| VAT 24% and all taxes
Please send us an email and we will send you our detailed offer.
Days Offered: Daily, upon request
Starting time: Flexible
Duration: about 5 hours
Distance: about 28 km
Languages: English- French- Italian- Spanish
Starting/ Ending point: : 16, Athanasiou Diakou str., 11742 Athens, 60m from the metro station “Acropolis”
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– You should know how to ride a bike on a public street.
-This tour is for people that use to cycle longer distances.
– You can read here our terms and conditions.
– Cancel free of charge up to 24 hours before the activity’s date.