Local Tours & Transportation
Renting A Car
Renting a car is probably the most affordable way to explore a country, in this case Greece, which gives you the absolute flexibility in terms of scheduling your own itinerary, time management, and comfort. Greek rural roads may not be the way they should, and a driver should exercise extra caution, most highways, however, are up to par with the most modern highways of the world.
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Blacklane is the global professional driver service that connects passengers with reliable, English-speaking drivers in more than 50 countries and over 200 cities. With the backing of Daimler as a lead investor and after having successfully been established in Europe and America, Blacklane is currently expanding into new regions throughout Asia and the Middle East.
Blacklane is available in Athens. They offer Limo Service, Airport Shuttle Transfer and Chauffeur Service.
All Blacklane drivers are licensed, insured and regulated. Plus, there are no hidden surprises with Blacklane. Your affordable all-inclusive rate — confirmed before you book — includes all taxes, tolls, fees and gratuities.
You may rent a motorcycle from Motorent®, a Greek company established in 1976, providing its clients with alternative ways of transportation in the city but also on vacation through motorcycle tours, right at the heart of the historic district of Acropolis, 4 Kavaloti Street. Motorent® owns a specialized and constantly renewable fleet (models of the past 1½ year), which meet the needs for small-size automatic, middle-class semi-automatic motorbikes as well as large-cylinder GT motorcycles (ON-OFF road). They provide motorcycles’ rental to individuals to be used for short-term tourism, but also a full package of tourist services through organized few-day tours at selected regions in Greece, with or without escort by a specialized foreign-language speaking moto-tour leader.
|Athens Metro Stations Tour|
Underground Treasures and Excavations
Head below ground on a UNESCO-approved tour of Athens’ metro stations excavations, and discover incredible ruins and relics that date back to the days of Ancient Greece. While traveling by metro and on foot, visit four of the most significant excavation sites, namely the Acropolis, Syntagma, Monastiraki and Kerameikos stations, to learn about Athens during some of its most fascinating eras.
The Sightseeing Train
Athens Segway Tours
The Segway is a self-balancing, personal transportation device designed to go anywhere people do. It is not a motor bike and it is not a bike.
You can go fast on pedestrian areas and is efficient for the street areas. Easy to use and operate, the two-wheeled Segway has 5 gyroscopes that monitor your balance 100 times a second and automatically respond to your body's movements. The rider glides smoothly as the Segway senses where you want to go. It runs on batteries that can last up to approx. 35 Km. and can go as fast as 20 Km/hr.
Athens Night Segway Tour
A Bicycle Made For Four
A sightseeing tour for a family or a small group of friends having fun may rent a battery power-assisted bicycle for four by funbike.gr and cruise around town, with rates by the hour.
Find them at the crossroads of Dionyssiou Areopagitou, Makriyianni and Vyronos Sts. at the foot of the Acropolis, or at their HQs by the Acropolis metro station at 1 Lempesi St., Acropolis.
tel.: 210 9227 722 or
6948 469749 (mobile).
The finest top grain vaquetta cowhide, satiny lining, and adjustable straps. The top front has a zippered compartment perfect for that airline ticket and more! Stunning antique brass hardware with a beautiful leather drawstring and two magnetic strap closures. Each side has it’s own roomy pocket along with a perfect place to carry that water bottle. The rear has a zippered compartment large enough to hold a magazine or map. Carry this luxury bag with the shoulder strap, the handle on top or with the large loop holder.
|City Sightseeing Athens Hop-On Hop-Off Tour|
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