Private Walking Tour of Athens: Byzantine glory
If you are a lover of history, museums and Byzantine churches then this is the tour for you. Your walking tour begins with a stop at the Byzantine museum of Athens which was founded in 1914. The collections of the Byzantine Museum show the course of Greek art from the 4th to the 19th century. These works represent the artistic production of the Greek area, and other regions both central and peripheral of the Byzantine empire and subsequently of Hellenism on into post-Byzantine times.
Continue with a visit to the famous Benaki museum which houses Greek works of art from the prehistorical to the modern times, an extensive collection of Byzntine art, hosts periodic exhibitions and maintains a state-of-the-art restoration and conservation workshop.
After the end of your visit to the two of the most famous museums in Athens its time to visit and admire the most historical Byzantine churches which located in Plaka.
- Professional and licensed guide
- All taxes
- Personal expenses
- Gratuities (optional)
- Entrance fees
Keeping you safe (COVID-19 measures): Our staff is trained in the latest hygiene protocols and cleaning procedures. They use personal protective equipment (face masks/shields and optional gloves) and their temperature/wellness will be monitored daily to ensure a safe travel experience for you. Face masks are also required for travellers inside the museums. Whisper audio devices will be given to all our travelers to keep social distance guidelines which are sanitized thoroughly both from our staff but also inside the charging cases with UVC lights.
Meeting point is Evagelismos Metro Station. Your guide holding a Key tours sign will be waiting for you there. For Sunday a supplement of 80 € apply.