After you land at Athens
airport then Coach Charter Europe’s airport shuttle will be your nice host that will take you for your voyage in Athens
. Our Chartered bus
can take you to historical sites or museums for you to explore the rich heritage of Athens as Europe's most ancient capital, with a longest history dating back from the first Neolithic settlement. Bus Company
can assure you that Athens
is much more than an archeological site, from the forest of concrete towers in the new town, to Plaka a battle of alleys constructed over the old quarters of Athens. Tour bus
by Coach Charter Europe
will be best partner to explore this archaeological rich city. Coach Charter Europe’s bus rental
is genuinely your consistent support to ensure brilliant holidays in Athens
If you decide to travel with a group then chartered bus
by Coach Charter Europe
is best option to group transport
in Athens. Bus Company
by Coach Charter Europe will ensure your group a safe, prompt and enjoyable journey.
Do you need inspiration for where to go in Athens
? Please find here our top 10 places to see in Athens:
The Acropolis sits above the city on an abrupt rocky outcrop, and has world-renowned classical monuments that people spend their entire lives waiting to see in the flesh. Acropolis is 5 km outside Athens city center so you can rent a coach with driver by Bus Company
to get and explore this magical place.
The Parthenon, considered being the greatest achievement of the Doric order and the most important building in Classical Greece for the 21st century. It is a landmark for western civilizations and Athenian democracy. With chartered bus
you can easy get and discover the majestic ruins of this ancient Greek building.
3 Acropolis Museum
Swiss architect Bernard Tschumi designed the Acropolis Museum located on the south-eastern slope, which was completed in 2009 to display the several thousands of artifacts found on the Acropolis archeological site. Our Tour bus recaps that new Acropolis building renovated with significant ancient Greek statues and much more.
There is a temple to Athena and Poseidon on the north side of the Acropolis, built in the Ionic order from 421 to 406 B.C. This has six beautiful caryatids that support its roof, carved by Callimachus or Alcamenes. With our bus company
you can easy get there. Coach charter Europe
will be best partner to explore through those intriguing historical moments.
5 Temple of Hephaestus
The Temple of Hephaestus, atop the 65-meter Agoraios Kolonos hill on the northwest side of the Agora of Athens, is a Doric peripheral temple in an impressive state of preservation. It was designed in the second half of the 5th century BC, but construction was delayed for three decades due to the redirection of funds and labor to the Parthenon. Our Chartered Bus is your transport to get there.
As an antidote to both the quiet old temples and the traffic-heavy modern capital, Plaka sits in the shadow of the Acropolis on top of the residential quarters of ancient Athens. Plaka is jam-packed with family-run shops, each with something alluring, from ceramics, musical instruments, handmade jewelry to specialty food shops stacked high with olives and spices. Our rental bus
will be your support to go there.
7 Benaki Museum
In 1930 the Benaki Museum was created by the art collector Antonis Benakis, considered a near-complete chronology of Greek history and culture. He founded the institution in memory of his father Emmanuel who died in 1929 and was a prominent politician. Coach Charter Europe is your travel partner here.
8 Museum of the Ancient Agora
This covered walkway was first designed by Attalos II in the middle of the 2nd century BC but destroyed in 267 by the Herules. The new building was as faithful as possible to the day's archeological awareness and hosts the Ancient Agora Museum, displaying the objects brought to light by the American School of Classical Studies during excavations in the region. Our bus company will bring your group to exploring Neolithic, Bronze Age, Iron Age and Geometric period figurines.
9 Panathenaic Stadium
The Panathenaic Stadium was constructed for the 1896 Olympics, and is a modern reconstruction of an ancient stadium built in 330 BC for the Panathenaic Games. Two hundred years later that ancient monument would be rendered in marble by the Athenian Roman senator Herodes Atticus. Use our bus company
to get to this stadium.
10 Philopappos Monument
The pine-clad plateau southwest adjacent to the acropolis is known as the Muses Hill, but also the Philopappos Hill. The name comes from Gaius Julius Antiochus Epiphanes Philopappos, a 1st and 2nd century prince of the Kingdom of Commagene.
Coach charter Europe
will pick you and your group from Athens Airport or any other place in and around the city. Whether you want to go by coach to Athens tour bus recommends you take a bus to Italy and take a ferry to Greece from there. We are the airport shuttle
that gives you flexibility while you can create your individual tour with your group. Our chartered bus
would be the wise partner to have when traveling around Athens.
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