Since 1976 we have made lots of private tours in Greece. The stimulus for doing private tours was born many years ago, after watching small groups or families doing tours with the organized tours of the cruise ships like 4-5 members family or friends in a big bus with the guide and the driver doing the classical tour and nothing else.Or people with different desires cannot be satisfied in the name of the big groups.

In our private tours you can save time and see more things than large groups can. Think only how much time do they need to load a 50seater bus. We know that you are coming to spend some days or hours in Athens so we like to show you our city and also to do whatever you want to do, wherever you want to stop, with few words you are able to plan or to change the whole tour. Our goal is your pleasure.

We are specialized in tours, weather it is a 4h tour or full day tour. We can accommodate your request even for long distance transportation. We always offer drinks and movies for our long distance destinations.
We are personally designing the interior of our vans and buses with the finest materials in order to be comfortable for you. Our leather seats, the tinted windows for the sun, the wooden details, separated a/c for the driver and for the passengers, the extra step for easy entering, TV, DVD, fridge with cold water and soft drinks are some our personally selected amenities. Our team consists from experienced drivers who are trying every day to satisfy every client need. We offer the best cars and vans in very reasonable prices. We don’t charge per person, we offer fixed prices per car.

Are you coming in Athens by cruise ship?
Call us to arrange a private tour or transfer to a hotel or to the Airport, for you and your party!!
We know that during your stay in Athens doing a sightseeing tour you don’t have time to loose. So we are buying your tickets for Acropolis or the New Acropolis Museum from the previous day in order to avoid long queue in the middle of the summer. Think that there are days in Athens that come 6-7 cruise ships!!! Imagine these people outside the Acropolis waiting for a ticket.

Are you coming in Athens by plane?
Send us your flight details to organize a private transfer for you. Our driver will wait for you at the airport with a sign with your name on it.

Check out our fleet to see what type of car is appropriate for you.
We offer high quality tours demanding on the clients needs.

The tour starts with the visit to the Acropolis of Athens, the Sacred Rock. Here you will have the opportunity to see the Parthenon, the Acropolis, the Erechteion, the Propylea, the temple of Athena Nike, the Odeon of Herodius Atticus. Next stop is the Museum of the Acropolis, which is a museum that opened in 2009. After that you are going to visit the 1st Olympic Stadium where the 1st Modern Olympic Games took place in 1896.

On the way to the Stadium we will make a stop to the Temple of Zeus and the Hadrian Arch. Later we will visit the Presidential Palace to see the changing of the Guards. During our tour we will pass from University road where some of the most important neoclassical buildings are, like the Coins Museum ex Heinrich Shliman’s mansion, the University of Athens, the Academy of Athens and the National Library. Driving up to Kolonaki the fashionable neighborhood of Athens we will end to Lycabettus Hill. From here you can admire the view as you will be to the highest point of the city. At the end you will have some free time in Plaka, for lunch, coffee and shopping.

The tour starts with the visit to the Acropolis of Athens, the Sacred Rock. Here you will have the opportunity to see the Parthenon, the Acropolis, the Erechteion, the Propylea, the temple of Athena Nike, the Odeon of Herodius Atticus. Next stop is the Museum of the Acropolis, which is a museum that opened in 2009. After that you are going to visit the 1st Olympic Stadium where the 1st Modern Olympic Games took place in 1896.

On the way to the Stadium we will make a stop to the Temple of Zeus and the Hadrian Arch. Later we will visit the Presidential Palace to see the changing of the Guards. During our tour we will pass from University road where some of the most important neoclassical buildings are, like the Coins Museum ex Heinrich Shliman’s mansion, the University of Athens, the Academy of Athens and the National Library. Driving up to Kolonaki the fashionable neighborhood of Athens we will end to Lycabettus Hill. From here you can admire the view as you will be to the highest point of the city.

Driving back to the center we will make a stop to Constitution Square to see the House of Parliament with the Tomb to the Unknown Soldier and then to Plaka area for lunch and shopping. Our next destination will be the New Olympic Complex. Here you will see the Olympic Stadium, the stadium that the opening and the closing ceremonies of the Olympic Games of 2004 took place, the Basketball Stadium, the Diving Pool, the Velodrome and the Tennis Stadium. On the way back to the center you will see the statue of the Runner, a sculpture that shows the Marathon Runners in the finish line, and also the Music Hall of Athens a place for concerts

Starting late afternoon, when the sun has completely fall down, you will have the opportunity to admire all the monuments lighted. This is a great chance for pictures. Places we are going to visit are: Acropolis, 1st Olympic Stadium, Changing of the Guards, Parliament, University, Academy, National Library, New Olympic Complex, Lycabettus Hill.

This tour starts with a wonderful drive along the coastal road of the Saronic Gulf, the Greek Riviera” with a short stop to Vouliagmeni Lake. In Cape Sounion you will visit The Temple of Poseidon which was built during the 5th century B.C and you can have coffee or lunch in a beautiful place facing the Aegean Sea and the Temple of Poseidon.

This tour starts with a wonderful drive along the coastal road of the Saronic Gulf, the Greek Riviera” with a short stop to Vouliagmeni Lake. In Cape Sounion you will visit The Temple of Poseidon which was built during the 5th century B.C and you can have coffee or lunch in a beautiful place facing the Aegean Sea and the Temple of Poseidon.

Driving from Athens to Marathon we are going to take the original route that the Athletes during the Marathon race run. Marathon is the place where the battle between the Greeks and the Persians took place in 490B.C..We will visit the Tomb of Marathon and the Museum of Marathon. On the way back driving from a different road we will see the dam of the Lake of Marathon where you can have coffee in a place facing the Lake.

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This tour starts with a wonderful drive along the coastal road of the Saronic Gulf, “the Greek Riviera” with a short stop to Vouliagmeni Lake. In Cape Sounion you will visit The Temple of Poseidon which was built during the 5th century B.C and you can have coffee or lunch in a beautiful place facing the Aegean Sea and the Temple of Poseidon. Next stop will be Marathon, the place where the battle of Marathon took place in 490B.C. We will visit the Tomb of Marathon and the Museum of Marathon. On the way back driving from a different road we will make a short stop to the dam of the Lake of Marathon.

This tour starts early in the morning taking the National road from Athens to Peloponnesus. First stop is the Canal a canal that connects Attica and Peloponessus, and then we go to Ancient Corinth to see the Temple of Apollo and the Place where Apostole Paul made his Speech to the Corinthians in 51 A.D. Next stop is , the city of Agamemnon with the Palace of Mucynae, the Lions Gate and the tomb of Agamemnon. Here we make a stop for lunch if you like or we continue to the next sites. The next city we are going to stop is the 1stcapital city of Greece. Last but not least arheological site is , it is famous for its remarkable acoustics theatre.

This tour starts from Athens early in the morning driving from the National highway to Delphi, passing the towns of Thebes the city of Idipous, and Arachova a picturesque village. Delphi is known as the navel of the world.

On the way to Delphi is the Monastery of Ossios Loukas, a beautiful monastery which is a copy of the Ayia Sophia in Constantinople.

Second stop will be in the Castalia Spring, and then we will visit the archaeological site the Temple of Apollo and the Museum of Delphi, where you will have the opportunity to see the bronze Charioteer, the Sphinx of Naxos, and Antinoos statue.

On the way back to Athens we will make a stop the village of Arachova, which was built on the south slopes of Parnassus, very well known for its hand-woven carpets, rugs, and the famous cheese.

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2 Days TourDrivjng from Athens to Mistras we will make 2 short stops. The 1st will be in Corinth Canal to see the Canal and the second will be outside of Sparta in Kaiadas to see the place that the ancient Spartans were throwing their disable kids.
MistrasMistras is a castle city 5km North West from Sparta.The castle of Mistras was built in 1249.  It was built by the Franks who were trying to establish their rule over the Peloponnese.  They chose this site because it was very safe for invasion. In 1259, the Franks were defeated by the Greeks at Pelagonia, and this made them to give the city of Mistras to Greeks. Mistras become the center of civilization and Byzantine life during the Byzantine times. At that time Mistras had a population of 42,000 citizens.  Houses and monasteries were built and the city flourished during the 15th century.  It was as people say the Byzantine capital of the Peloponnese for over two centuries.
MonemvassiaMonemvassia is a unique place to visit. It was disconnected from Lakony in 375 AD after a big earthquake in the area. Monemvasia is 300 km away from Athens and 90 km away from Sparta, on the “first leg” of Peloponnese.From the castle you can see the small picturesque port. And as you are here you wont miss to taste the marvelous “Amygdaloto” (this is a sweet made of almonds), local wine, pasta but also tasting the delicacies of the area.

2 Days Tour

Meteora

Meteora is one of the most important complexes of monasteries in Greece.

Day 1 We will drive from Athens north to visit Delphi and Arachova. In Delphi we will spend some hours to see the archeological site and the Museum of Delphi. Later on, after a short stop in the picturesque village of Arachova we will drive to Kalambaka. In Kalambaka we will overnight in order to be rest for the next day.
Day 2 In the morning, we visit the breathtaking monasteries of Meteora. The six monasteries are built at the north western edge of the Plain of Thessaly near the Pineios River, and are:

Just for your info the complex of Monasteries in Meteora is included on the UNESCO World Heritage List.

Early afternoon we will start the drive back to Athens passing through Thermopylae or Hot Gates, the city where the battle between Spartans and Persians took place in 480B.C.

Olympia

Day 1st

This tour starts early in the morning taking the National road from Athens to Peloponnesus. First stop is the Corinth Canal a canal that connects Attica and Peloponessus, and then we go to Ancient Corinth. Next stop is Mycenae, the city of Agamemnon with the Palace of Mucynae the Lions Gate and the tomb of Agamemnon. Here we make a stop for lunch if you like or we continue to the next sites. The next city we are going tostop is Napflion the 1st capital city of Greece. Last but not least arheological site is Epidaurus, it is famous for its remarkable acoustics theatre. After, the tour driving through the Highway we will arrive in Olympia, were we will overnight.

Day 2nd

The tour in Olympia. In Olympia was the Sanctuary of Zeus, and the setting for the Olympic Games. For over a thousand years, even it was peace or war; Greeks were coming here in Olympia to celebrate this great festival. The wild olive crown was the medal to the winner.

The first Olympic event was the foot-race. Later during next Olympiads, there were 18 contests, including wrestling, and the pentathlon, horse race, boxing, and some other running events.

Argolis-Delphi

Day 1st

This tour starts early in the morning taking the National road from Athens to Peloponnesus. First stop is the Corinth Canal a canal that connects Attica and Peloponessus, and then we go to Ancient Corinth to see the Temple of Apollo and the Place where Apostole Paul made his Speech to the Corinthians in 51 A.D. Next stop is Mycenae, the city of Agamemnon with the Palace of Mucynae, the Lions Gate and the tomb of Agamemnon. Here we make a stop for lunch if you like or we continue to the next sites. The next city we are going to stop is Nauplion the 1st capital city of Greece, and then we will drive to Delphi through the New Bridge in Rio-Antirio. This is the biggest bridge in Greece and consists of a 2,252 meter long 4 pylon cable-stayed bridge. Here we make a short stop for pictures and we will visit the small Museum of the Bridge. After that we continue to Delphi where we will overnight.

Day 2nd

Delphi is known as the navel of the world.

First stop will be in the Castalia Spring, and then we will visit the archaeological site the Temple of Apollo and the Museum of Delphi, where you will have the opportunity to see the bronze Charioteer, the Sphinx of Naxos, and Antinoos statue.

On the way back to Athens we will make a stop the village of Arachova, which was built on the south slopes of Parnassus, very well known for its hand-woven carpets, rugs, and the famous cheese.

Argolis-Nemea

9-10h

This tour starts early in the morning taking the National road from Athens to Peloponnesus. First stop is the Corinth Canal a canal that connects Attica and Peloponnesus, and then we go to Ancient Corinth, with the temple of Apollo. Next stop is Nemea, which is as most people say the jewel of Greek wine. Here you will have a tour to a winery, you will learn about wine and grapes and you will have the opportunity to taste and Greek Wines.

Leaving the winery you will have the opportunity to learn about the Lion of Nemea. This was the first of Heraclestwelve labours. As the mythology says, King Eurystheus send Hercules to slay the Nemean Lion and bring back its pelt. Some say that the Nemean lion was living in a cave and was taking the form of a beautiful woman. After entering the cave the man would see the woman, who was screaming for help. As they were close enough, the woman would transform into the lion and kill the man. Finally Hercules killed the Lion and went back to king Eurystheus with the pelt. You will have the opportunity to visit the ancient stadium and the museum.

Next is Mycenae, the city of Agamemnon with the Palace of Mucynae the Lions Gate and the tomb of Agamemnon. Here we make a stop for lunch if you like or we continue to the next sites. The next city we are going tostop is Napflion the 1st capital city of Greece. Last but not least arheological site is Epidaurus, it is famous for its remarkable acoustics theatre. After, the tour returns to Athens.

4 days tour

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1st Day: This tour starts early in the morning taking the National road from Athens to Peloponnesus. First stop is the Corinth Canal a canal that connects Attica and Peloponessus, and then we go to Ancient Corinth. Next stop is Mycenae, the city of Agamemnon with the Palace of Mucynae the Lions Gate and the tomb of Agamemnon. Here we make a stop for lunch if you like or we continue to the next sites. The next city we are going tostop is Napflion the 1st capital city of Greece. Last but not least arheological site is Epidaurus, it is famous for its remarkable acoustics theatre Overnight in Nafplion.

2nd Day: Driving from Nauplion to Olympia to visit the birthplace of the Olympic Game, the Sanctuary of Zeus and the Museum of Olympia. We overnight in Olympia.

3rd Day: In the morning we depart from Olympia to Delphi via Rio-Antirio Bridge, This is the biggest bridge in Greece that consists of a 2,252 meter long 4 pylon cable-stayed bridge. Here we make a short stop for pictures and we will visit the small Museum of the Bridge. After that we continue to Delphi where we will overnight.

DAY FOUR: Delphi is known as the navel of the world.

First stop will be in the Castalia Spring, and then we will visit the archaeological site the Temple of Apollo and the Museum of Delphi, where you will have the opportunity to see the bronze Charioteer, the Sphinx of Naxos, and Antinoos statue.

On the way back to Athens we will make a stop the village of Arachova, which was built on the south slopes of Parnassus, very well known for its hand-woven carpets, rugs, and the famous cheese.

5 Days Tour

Athens-Corinth Canal-Ancient Corinth-Mycunae-Nauplion-Epidaurus-Olympia-Delphi-Meteora

1st Day: This tour starts early in the morning taking the National road from Athens to Peloponnesus. First stop is the Corinth Canal a canal that connects Attica and Peloponessus, and then we go to Ancient Corinth. Next stop is Mycenae, the city of Agamemnon with the Palace of Mucynae the Lions Gate and the tomb of Agamemnon. Here we make a stop for lunch if you like or we continue to the next sites. The next city we are going tostop is Napflion the 1st capital city of Greece. Last but not least arheological site is Epidaurus, it is famous for its remarkable acoustics theatre Overnight in Nafplion.

2nd Day: Driving from Nauplion to Olympia to visit the birthplace of the Olympic Game, the Sanctuary of Zeus and the Museum of Olympia. We overnight in Olympia.

3rd Day: In the morning we depart from Olympia to Delphi via Rio-Antirio Bridge, This is the biggest bridge in Greece that consists of a 2,252 meter long 4 pylon cable-stayed bridge. Here we make a short stop for pictures and we will visit the small Museum of the Bridge. After that we continue to Delphi to see the Museum where you will have the opportunity to see the bronze Charioteer, the Sphinx of Naxos, and Antinoos statue Here we will overnight.

4th Day: Delphi is known as the navel of the world.

First stop will be in the Castalia Spring, and then we will visit the archaeological site the Temple of Apollo and the Museum of Delphi, then will make a stop the village of Arachova, which was built on the south slopes of Parnassus, very well known for its hand-woven carpets, rugs, and the famous cheese and we will continue to Kalambaka, where we will overnight.

5th Day: In the morning, we visit the breathtaking monasteries of Meteora. The six monasteries are built at the north western edge of the Plain of Thessaly near the Pineios River, and are:

Just for your info the complex of Monasteries in Meteora is included on the UNESCO World Heritage List.

Early afternoon we will start the drive back to Athens passing through Thermopylae or Hot Gates, the city where the battle between Spartans and Persians took place in 480B.C

Price include:
Passenger insurance, English speaking chauffeur, water, Parking, highway tolls, car rental and fuel.

Not include: entrance fees, tips, meals and accommodation for drivers out of Athens