Tourist Bus in Athens

Explore the city of Athens and its mythical Riviera on a hop on hop off two-decker tourist bus. Visit all the main sights with this 48-hour long ticket.

Things to do Tourist Bus in Athens

Take your seat and enjoy the city of Athens and its suburbs in a comfortable double-decker bus with this unique 48-hour pass, and for as many times as you wish. Available in more than 16 languages including English, Spanish and Chinese with departures from selected points all over Athens as well as from the cruise terminal.

Orange Line

Visit the Acropolis and the Parthenon. The orange line will take us on a tour of the most beautiful attractions of the Athenian historic center, where among others, we can see the neighborhoods of Plaka, Thisseo, and Monastiraki, considered by many to be some of the most traditional and lively areas of Athens!

We will also visit the famous "Adrian’s Arch" in honour of the Roman Emperor, the Temple of Olympian Zeus, and built during the Roman period and the largest temple in Greece at the time; the Hellenic Parliament in order to witness the change of Guards at the tomb of the Unknown Soldier, and Ermou Street, the heart of the capital’s commercial district. We will also have the chance to explore the Panathenaic Stadium, where the first modern Olympic Games were held, the National Library and a little further away, the National Archaeological Museum.

Blue Line - Piraeus

If you arrive by cruise, you can begin your tour immediately upon disembarkation from any of the stops specifically located in the vicinity of the cruise terminal.

We will marvel at the charming ports of Pasalimani, Turcolimano, the yacht marina and even "Mikrolimano", the old port of Piraeus.

By combining the Orange Line with the Blue Line, we will take the opportunity to visit the impressive new Acropolis Museum or the Acropolis Hill with superb views of the Parthenon.

Yellow Line - Glyfada

The tour will begin at the Athenian Riviera, at the "Planetarium" stop of the Blue Line. We will discover how once one of the least populated places has now become one of the most cosmopolitan areas of Greece. From the Stavros Niarchos Foundation to the largest marina, in the Mediterranean "Marina Alimou", the Yellow Line to Glyfada is a mixture of history and modernism; a combination of old-time culture and contemporary entertainment. We can take this opportunity to behold the sunset seen from the Marina Flisvou, or sunbathe and swim in the Aghios Kosmas beaches. In the Glyfada Terminal, you can also stroll in the most cosmopolitan neighborhoods of the capital, shop in the luxurious department stores, relax in the beautiful cafes and enjoy a delicious cocktail in one of the sea-front bars.

Green Line - Vouliagmeni

Vouliagmeni may be associated with beaches, but the area is a history lesson in itself. From the Allied Forces Cemetery to the Byzantine Museum, Vouliagmeni is certainly worth visiting with Green Line. This area is special to relax on the beautiful Kavouri Oceanis beach, one of the most popular beaches in Athens, and discover Vouliagmeni Lake, the hidden treasure of Attica’s nature, and to have a truly natural and unique thermal spa experience.

Train of Happiness - Piraeus

If you arrive by cruise, you can start your visit immediately upon disembarkation at one of the stops located in the vicinity of the cruise terminal. With Blue Line or with this train line operating its distinctive vehicles, you can roam in the narrow streets of Piraeus and get a closer look of this major teeming port. Among others, some important landmarks include the impressive Municipal Theater, the Nautical Museum, the Pasalimani port as well as Korai Square, the commercial center of Piraeus.

**We inform you that our stop in Syntagma square is moved due to the changes and constructions in Syntagma square to the old parliament

Highlights to see in Tourist Bus in Athens

  • The best and most important places of Athens


2 days
Guide in Spanish and English

Adultos: 15.00 €

Niños de 4 a 11 años: 6.00 €

Menores de 4 años: free

Availability and starting time

09:00 - Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday

10:00 - Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday

12:00 - Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday

16:00 - Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday

When to book?
You can reserve up to 12 hours before the activity
Free cancellation
Cancel free up to 2 days before the activity and receive a full refund.


Ticket valid for 48 hours.
Access to the 5 existing lines.
Unlimited stops
Multilingual explanations in 16 languages, including English.
Transport by luxury A/C bus with Wi-Fi.
1 Participación en Premios Mensuales: Ver Premios


Gratuities and personal expenses.
Entrance fees to the Museums or Archaeological Sites.
Walking Tour

Meeting point

The stop of your choice on the Athens tourist bus.


How to book?
Limited availability. Book as soon as possible to guarantee availability. Choose date and fill in the required fields. Secure and protected payment. You will immediately receive your booking confirmation.
Super safe route! COVID-19 efforts
Our route takes the recommendations and key considerations of security and protection against Coronavirus.
Is the interior of the monuments visited?
Only the exterior of the named sites
Is the tour adapted for people with reduced mobility?
Not adapted
Guaranteed departures without min of travelers
Are animals allowed?
Activity recommended for children?
Yes, families are welcome

Our promises

Best price guaranteed
Quick and easy reservation
Multilingual Customer Service
Secure payment

Contact us

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Would you like this tour in private?
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