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8 hours walking & shopping tours with lunch break


Here you are in Athens, this sprawling, chaotic, enticing city, with its rough-hewn lively urban character, wondering where to head off shopping. Let us give you a few insiders’ tips…

First of all, and take our word for it, you’ll need to keep shop opening hours in mind. Although opening hours are officially unregulated from Monday to Saturday (on Sundays all shops except pastry shops, wine and spirits shops, flower shops and emergency pharmacies, are closed), you’ll find that most businesses (with the exception of large department stores) adhere to the following opening hours:

Mon, Wed, Sat: 09:00-15:00.
Tue, Thu, Fri: 09:00-14:30 & 17:00-20:30.

All shops close on National Holidays. Souvenir shops and convenience stores operating around tourist sites are generally open longer hours, usually 09:00-23:00 every day.  



 The famous Athens flea, open market in the center of the town!

Ermou Str. With fashion shops and shopping centres promoting most international brands, it is in the top five most expensive shopping streets in Europe, and the tenth most expensive retail street in the world.

Panepistimiou Str  Buildings along the street include the Bank of GreeceAthens Eye Clinic, the University of Athens, the Academy of Athens, the National Library, the Numismatic MuseumTitania HotelAttica Department Store,as well as a part of theGrande Bretagne Hotel and the Catholic Cathedral of Athens.

Voukourestiou Street  named after the Treaty of Bucharest, which in 1913 ended thesecond Balkan War, is a rather narrow street in the Kolonaki district of Athens known for its high-end boutiques.


Kolonaki is a wealthy and upmarket district. As one of the capital's leading shopping areas, it includes a number of high-end boutiques from young adult to casual fashion to prestigious haute couture from Greek and international designers.


Free time for shopping and several stops during the tour, restaurant at disposal. 

Lycabettus Hill

 At 277 meters (908 feet) above sea level, the hill is the highest point in the city that surrounds it. Pine trees cover its base, and at its two peaks are the 19th century Chapel of St. George, a theatre, and a restaurant.

The hill is a popular tourist destination and can be ascended by the Lycabettus Funicular, a funicular railway which climbs the hill from a lower terminus at Kolonaki (The railway station can be found at Aristippou street). 



At the exit of Monastiraki metro station 


Lycabettus Hill

Things to bring

- Printed voucher 

- Photo / Video Camera


- Athens Map
- Local professional english speaking guide


- Entrance fees 
- Food and beverages
- Hotel pick up and drop off
- Gratuities


Cancellations more then a week in advance only administration costs of 15%
Cancellation between a week and 48 hours prior to departure date: 50% of the total amount
Cancellation less than 48 hours prior to departure date : 100% of the total amount
No show: no restitution 

Additional Info

Adult: 39 EUR

Teenager (13-18): 35 EUR

Child (6-12):19 EUR

Child (0-5): FREE