Contemporary Athens is the place to go for the amazing nightlife scenes, urban-designed bars and cafés at the foot of the Acropolis and neighborhoods, famous for their art galleries. Athens has the largest passenger port in Europe with countless catamarans and sailboats that serve the Greek islands. This is the perfect opportunity to relax and enjoy the breeze while on a cruise to the most beautiful islands in the world.
If you are still wondering what to do in Athens here’s a quick heads up: a luxury one-day cruise from Athens to the islands of Hydra, Poros, and Aegina in the Saronic Gulf is the perfect activity to start off your trip. Seize the day by swimming in crystal-clear waters of Hydra, admiring neoclassical beach houses of Poros and exploring the pine-covered landscape of Aegina. If you don’t consider yourself a food lover yet, we promise that you’ll change your mind after the famous Athens Food Tour. This is the short-cut to getting to know the culture of Greece! A fascinating journey through Greek cuisine history with a passionate food guide on the road will let you broaden your knowledge in the area from simple "Greek salad” or “moussaka” to a kaleidoscope of spices, fruits and details about the healthy Mediterranean diet. The Original Acropolis Tour is the ultimate solution for those with limited time. This most famous location in all of Athens charms with its ancient ruins and the breathtaking Dionysus Theatre built in the 5th century BC. As a bonus you will get to take incredible pictures of the city unfolded below.