Tour turistico notturno di Atene con spettacolo e cena greci
Si continuerà attraverso la stretta stradina pedonale di Plaka, nella zona antica di Atene. Qui si potrà cenare in un tipico ristorante greco e godersi uno spettacolo folkloristico con musica, danze e ballerini che si esibiscono dal vivo con i costumi tradizionali greci.
- Servizio di prelievo da e verso l'hotel (solo hotel selezionati)
- Tasse locali
- Guida professionista
- Trasporto in pullman con aria condizionata
- Spettacoli dal vivo
- Wi-Fi gratuito sul pullman e nella taverna.
- Cartina di Atene gratuita
- Mance (facoltative)
- Si riceverà la conferma al momento della prenotazione
- L'opzione di prelievo dal porto o da un appartamento privato non è disponibile
The bus showed up 35 minutes late. Then the guide said there were supposed to be only two stops for pictures, the Olympic Stadium and the Acropolis but we could not go to the Stadium because there was a demonstration. There was no Sightseeing Tour. Went straight to dinner and show - both of which were very average. Viator should discontinue this vendor!!
Everything was perfect, food, dancing and music, and our tour guide was an absolute gem and a comedian too. Much love and respect!!!
A great way to experience Greek culture. Angelica was informative, friendly and attentive. Night tour shows Athens in a different light.
A night sighseeing tour enables you to see the beautifully lit monuments like the Parthenon and Olympic stadium. The Greek dinner with folk dance show was the highlight of the evening
The Guide was superb, the Meal and Show was everything I wanted! I was hoping to capture some great Night pictures, but is not the case! The lights were two bright to capture a good picture of Acropolis! Over all I enjoyed the tour
Not so great! We didn't get the chance to take some night photos of lots of places. The bus was driver was in a hurry that time.
The dinner and show were very good and well worth the money. The preceding tour, however, was very disappointing. The sound system on the bus did not work well and only a few sites were visited.
This started out odd in that many waited on the bus for a while waiting for other passengers and then once we got started we were hurried to all the sites--which we did take photos by the Acropolis and the stadium. The other photos were from the bus. We had to walk quickly through the Plaka to get to the place--which was hard for me because I was having pain walking but Joseph, the guide, was kind about waiting for me to catch up. Joseph was hilariously funny to some and odd to others. We arrived while the show of two singers, a band--bouzouki player, drummer/trumpet and keyboard, as well as six dancers. It was more a come join us show then a show to watch. There was a lot of audience participation and dancing. The appetizers were family style and only one per person--so if someone took more than one, there wasn't enough. The dinner was basically meat chicken, pork or beef and potatoes. Ice cream was dessert. It wasn't anything special--and actually quite average. I was expecting from the reviews more of a show--not a dance party and the food being more Greek. It was ok but with the walking and the hurrying after waiting--it isn't something I would recommend.
Not much of sightseeing. A quick stop at a couple places, then dinner. The focus of the tour is really just about the dinner. Bus driver pass my hotel stop and didn’t want to drive back and drop me at my hotel. Had to walk back to the hotel, which was a 20 min walk.
Loved Angelina as a tour guide, she was very sweet and knowledgeable. The views and places were amazing and learning about their history was even more rewarding. As far as dinner, I was not impressed with the food or the show, specially the Mama Mia rendition part. I wanted more Greek authenticity in relation to the food and the show.