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Athens Electric Bike Tour

From US$56.30
  • Breeze easily around Athens sights on an electric bike tour
  • Ride effortlessly between the landmarks on an electric bike 
  • Zip up the slopes of the Acropolis to see its UNESCO-listed ruins 
Athens Electric Bike Tour
From US$56.30
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Morning Tour
Starts at 10am.
From US$56.27
Afternoon Tour
Starts at 5pm from April 1 to September 31 and at 2pm from October 1 to March 31.
From US$56.27
Traveling between Athens’ must-see sights can be hard work, especially when faced with steep hills and heat. This small-group bike tour lets you breeze between landmarks, including the UNESCO-listed Acropolis, on an electric 2-wheeler—you’ll see more highlights faster than you would on foot. Choose a start time that best suits your schedule, and hear insightful commentary from your guide along the way.
What to Expect
Meet your guide and small group in central Athens, and hop onto a electric bike.

Don the provided helmet and after a safety briefing, set off behind your guide at a leisurely pace so you can absorb the sights, as well as commentary about them.

Head up Pnyx hill and Hill of the Nymphs, stopping to enjoy the panoramic city views from the slopes before descending to the UNESCO-listed ruins of the Acropolis.

Continue past the Odeon of Herodes Atticus, pausing for photos of the New Acropolis Museum. Pass the Olympieion, Hadrian’s Arch, and Roman baths; coast through the National Garden to the Panathenaic Stadium; and view the Roman Agora, the epicenter of ancient Athens.

Ride by the Parliament and Presidential Palace, and learn more about modern-day Greece before experiencing the charms and neoclassical buildings of Plaka, Athens’ old town. Your tour ends at the original start point.
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1 - 5 of 21 reviews

Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile
Amazing tour...a must do if you visit Athens

Did this tour Friday morning with Sotos and he was an impeccable host. Lots of historical information about the areas we visited. Our three girls aged 12,11 and 8 (on back on bike) really enjoyed the trip and Sotos made the information fun for them....More

Thank CloisterGirl
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
An awesome way to tour the city!

I travelled to Athens in March 2018 and was looking for something interesting to do by myself on Saturday morning - the e-bike tour sounded perfect and i couldn't have been more pleased with my choice. On arrival I was met by George (and Diego...More

Thank Chris S
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
top tour and guide

we were a group of four on a sunny tuesday morning. the guide was very friendly and showed us the most important sights while telling us about the history. i can only recommend the ebike tour, especially if you're having limited time in athens. Thank...More

Thank Ani V
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile
Great way to see Athens highlights

We had a great trip with George on electric bikes. All the highlights around Akropolis with great information. The bikes were just the best way to move around.

Thank Paal F
Reviewed 5 March 2018 via mobile
The cycling was electric!

What a tour! You're greeted by the charismatic George, where you're in good hands with expert guidance. The meeting point is merely around the corner from Thissio station or walking distance down the hill from the Roman Agoraor Acropolis Hill. Or walking distance from Monastiraki...More

1  Thank cubdoc
Natalie L, Manager at We Bike Athens, responded to this reviewResponded 8 March 2018

Thank you so much for your detailed review! We are happy you had a great time. Take care!

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14 April 2018|
Response from cubdoc | Reviewed this property |
Hi MustangRod, The e-bike tour does involve some hills, which have an effort factor where you'll need to either elevate yourself to get up the hill or higher the seat up, but involve levels of greater effort in order to... More