Discover Athens, Delphi, and the best of the Greek islands during this fun 14-day itinerary. Visit major archeological sites, sample volcanic vintages at wine tastings on Santorini, visit an organic farm on Mykonos, sail the Athenian Riviera, and much more.
The tour kicks off with a traditional Greek coffee at one of the city's landmark coffee houses before picking up some street snacks to sample on the go. There's a stop at Varvakios Market, the largest and most popular produce market in the city. Then it's a stroll down narrow streets where the rich, aromatic smells of exotic spices permeate the air. The food tour includes samples of olive oils, honey, and cheeses from around the country, as well as cured meats, olives, and more. Everything from baklava to souvlaki is available to appeal to even the pickiest eaters.
Itineraries with Athens Food Tour
On this 16-day road trip of Athens and the Peloponnese, you'll see historical sites, sample local flavors, and discover beautiful castles and monasteries. Spend a few days in the capital learning about the Acropolis and enjoying culinary delights of the modern era. Then make your way west for wine tasting in Nemea, stops at several archaeological ruins, and visits to charming villages before ending your journey back in Athens.
Live like a local in Greece's idyllic Argolic Gulf with this 6-day itinerary. You'll explore Athens for a few days, including a unique guided tour of some of the city's most important ancient sites before you head to seaside Nafplio, home to winding streets and a historic water fortress. Explore this beautiful area of mainland Greece, then get hands-on in an olive grove before you head home.
Explore the expanse of the city of Athens and its surroundings with this nine-day itinerary. Get the lay of the land with a morning bike ride, see the site of the Oracle at Delphi, and learn to cook like an Athenian under the view of the Acropolis among many other activities.
The thrills of buzzing Athens and Thessaloniki await on this 12-day adventure based in Greece's two largest cities. Begin and end in the capital, where you'll frequent the markets and coffee houses in between trips to the Acropolis and the sacred site of Delphi. Travel north to Greece's second city for some fascinating Byzantine and Ottoman history and architecture, and a stroll around beautiful the beautiful Ano Poli neighborhood. Back in Athens, spend your last day learning to prepare a traditional meal at a cooking class with a view.