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Athens Photo Safari

Tour Highlights

  • Explore the most picturesque parts of Athens and click some of your best selfies ever!
  • Experience real Athens and capture unique city moments including Athenian gens and locals’ everyday life
  • With the help of a local photographer, you’ll wander through the bustling side of the city discovering some of the world’s not-to-miss historical landmarks
  • Stroll around alternative districts and discover the city’s back alleys with artsy vibes and creative locals
  • Capture colorful moments as you venture to a food market and a flea market
Adults Ages 12+
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Children Ages 6-11
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Capture Athens Through Your Camera Lens

Discover Athens’s most famous landmarks with a professional photographer who can help you get postcard-quality photographs.

Venture off the beaten track to explore the equally vibrant counterculture, often missed by tourists.

Capture exceptional images of imaginative modern graffiti and colourful street scenes that contrast beautifully with the city’s classical architecture.

This tour provides a fabulous opportunity to hone your photography skills and create your own picture-perfect memories in one of the world’s greatest historic cities.

Local impact — How you help the local community by joining this tour:

This tour offers the opportunity of touring street art and visiting alternative neighborhoods that aren’t generally impacted by tourism.

Language: English

Inclusions: Local English-speaking guide, photography advice, public transportation fare, coffee, and water/refreshments.

Exclusions: Camera, additional food and drinks, souvenirs or personal shopping, tips/gratuities for your guide and driver.

Schedule details

  • Duration: 3 hours
  • Meeting point: Syntagma Square (at the exit of Syntagma metro station), in the middle of the square, at the fountain. View on Google Maps.
  • Find the exact meeting point with what3words: ///seaside.debating.drive
  • Starting time: 10.00 AM
  • Ending point: Monastiraki Square and metro station.
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