ANCIENT ATHENS TOUR – 5K

For the “Ancient Athens Run” we take a jog around the Acropolis and by other emblematic ancient Greek and Roman monuments.

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ANCIENT ATHENS TOUR - 5K
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ANCIENT ATHENS TOUR - 5K

For the “Ancient Athens Run” we take a jog around the Acropolis and by other emblematic ancient Greek and Roman monuments.

Runner on the ground - GEORGE

The road we have chosen is also called “Aristotle’s Peripatos” or “Aristotle’s Walk”. That is the route Aristotle walked in ancient times with his students while discussing philosophical matters; hence Aristotle’s school of philosophy was called “peripatetic”.

This run features all of Athens’ most celebrated monuments such as the Acropolis, the tunnel of Attalos and the monument of Hephaestus. Furthermore, we pass by many Roman monuments which allow us to get a feel for the changes that happened from the ancient Greek period to the Roman.

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Facts about the tours

5 km

Private tour

Easy

Individual pace

English, Greek

Flexible

Hotel meetup or standard meeting point

Price

1 person66.00/person

2 persons61.60/person

3 persons52.80/person

4 persons49.50/person

5-30 persons44.00/person

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  1. Jeremy Henderson

    Awesome and fun tour

    Jeremy Henderson

    Always great to explore a city by running and Athens is the perfect example of this. It’s beautiful, ancient and fascinating. George was an excellent guide. Very knowledgeable, interesting and helpful. We felt very safe and looked after throughout the tour. 5k was about an hour with stops at a fairly relaxed pace. Highly recommended !

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  2. Burdett

    Excellent orientation to Ancient Athens

    Burdett

    Michael met us at our hotel as planned at 6:00 a.m. Over the next hour he showed us the highlights of ancient Athens and explained much of Greek history. Michael always allowed us to pause for the multiple photo ops. The early time allowed us to progress without dealing with crowds.

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