Sacie seu apetite com uma excursão noturna por Atenas antes de relaxar com um show e jantar grego. Em uma típica taverna no famoso bairro de Plaka, essa é a maneira perfeita de terminar sua noite em Atenas!
Our guide started off tour with staying there was no walking - Later when it was time to go to the dinner and show she announces we have to walk for 3 min down dark wet streets ( it had rained). It was more like 15 min for my husband and I - my husband had an injury and wound on his leg which he was not suppose to walk on by the ER Dr the night before. If we knew we would have taken a taxi to restaurant. Food was not good at restaurant .I had to push the tour guide to get us a taxi to go back to our hotel. We paid for it. Had to fight off 3 people who wanted to take taxi and not walk. Plus we paid for tour 6 months before and expected a much better experience. Very angry was lied to and tour operator only defense was no ones complained to walking 15 min down A dark alley in rain at 9:30 pm before so be quiet. My advice if walking in a dark slippery alley is not your preference don’t use these people.
the dinner and show was great, a lot of fun,, but the night tour of Athens was a little underwhelming,, firstly it wasn't at night but late afternoon and you never get anywhere near the acropolis like the picture suggests...
Not much of sightseeing. A quick stop at a couple places, then dinner. The focus of the tour is really just about the dinner. Bus driver pass my hotel stop and didn’t want to drive back and drop me at my hotel. Had to walk back to the hotel, which was a 20 min walk.
Mucha gente, demasiada para un lugar no muy grande. La gente entra en tandas y termina siendo caótico. El espectaculo bueno, pero comer y ver un show es muy complicado. Se puede mejorar pero a nosotros no nos conformó
This tour was a joke. It was planned to start at 20:15 and to finish in app. 3 and half hours. The tour started at 20:00 and ended in 23:00 with picking up the people from the hotels in Athens 30 minutes. The bus stopped near the park and we watched the Acropolis from below, while the tour guide girl explained us about an hour what the Greek names of landmarks mean. Then we went at 21:40 to tavern at the most romantic street in Athens, as we were told. The entrance of the tavern was opposite to car parking. The tavern itself was big enough, but the tables were so close to each other that there was no room for you to sit comfortably. Food was dry and tasteless, The dishes were dirty. The only good thing was the wine. The show program was tragically bad.
If you are looking for something interesting and memorable to do in Athens, SKIP THIS TOUR!