Guided Market Tour in Athens: Food and Cultural Treasures

Experience a 5- to 6-hour market tour in Athens with the multifaceted hustle and bustle of this ancient metropolis. You'll visit lively markets, see amazing monuments, enjoy coffee in the oldest part of the city and taste some local sweet treats in Exarcheia, the punk district of the metropolis.

  • Tour / activity duration: ~ 5.5 hours
  • Languages: English
  • Transfer: no, not included
  • The best insider tips
  • English-speaking service
  • Hassle-free booking change or cancellation
  • Usually cheaper than at site

Cultural Market Tour in Athens

Let the English-speaking guide show you the Greek metropolis how to get to know a local. Get to know the cultural delights and accents of the city districts.

Price overview

  • Market tour Athens with food and culture - per person (12+)125.-€
  • Market tour Athens with food and culture - per child (6-11 years)125.-€
  • Market tour Athens with food and culture - per child (0-5 years)0.-€
Food and Culture on City Tour in Athens

Booking option: Market Tour in Athens with Food and Culture

Take this cultural city tour in Athens with your English speaking tour guide for about 5-6 hours through the streets of Athens. Visit markets, Monastiraki Square with Pantanassa Monastery, a flea market, various monuments and learn Athens history. In the districts Thisson and Plaka you experience the oldest architecture of the city and a coffee. In the punk district of Exarcheia you'll see many stylistic inconsistencies, taste delicious sweets and visit local souvenir shops.


  • Duration: ~ 5.5 hours
  • Hours: 9:30 AM - 3:00 PM
  • Days: daily except Sundays
  • Months: possible all-year
  • Languages: English
  • Pick-up not included
  • Starting points: Athens


  • Local, English speaking Tour Guide, a coffee or soft drink, a Koulouri (ring of bread), 4 special sweet delicacies at 4 different stations, water bottles
Important information

Please bring along:

Sunglasses, sun blocker, sports- / hiking shoes, hat, backpack, camera, small travel pharmacy (just in case)

Detailed description

Guided Market Tour in Athens: Food and Cultural Treasures

The Greek metropolis has architectural treasures, historical jewels and culinary delights to offer. Those who want to eat well in Athens will find an enormous variety of fresh and tasty ingredients on the small markets. During the guided market tour in Athens, a local guide will take you on a special city tour. Experience food and cultural treasures by sightseeing in the streets of Athens. The tour lasts between 5 and 6 hours and takes place in small groups of up to 12 people. You will be met at the meeting point and then off you go to the various markets in Athens. You will be immersed in the lifestyle of the Athenians, who like to eat and are proud of local products.

A highlight of the tour through the Athenian markets is the Monastiraki Square, in the middle of which is the emblematic Pantanassa Monastery. Here we have time to take a close look at some of the striking buildings. For example the Adriansbibliothek, an archaic temple in Corinthian style. Not far away is the 18th century Tzistarakis Mosque, now a ceramics museum. We go through the flea market, where we meet with friendly traders and browse your offer. Monastiraki Square is also the right place to learn more about the history of Athens.

The market tour Athens takes us to the charming area of Thisson and through one of the oldest quarters of Athens, Plaka. There we relax with a freshly brewed coffee and talk about the past and present of the city. In Exarheia, a very cool and vibrant area of Athens, we will finish off by tasting sweet dishes and visiting some of the hip vintage shops. With good tips and a farewell, the market tour ends in Athens.


Valid on the reserved day or for 12 months after date of purchase if no date has been selected. You will receive the tour operator's details with the purchased ticket. Attention: reservation is required! The reservation can be made through sunbonoo as part of the booking process or later by contacting the tour operator directly via phone or email.

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