Disabled Group Walking Tour to Athens City and Acropolis
Disabled Group Walking Tour to
Athens City and Acropolis
The Athens City and Acropolis Accessible Group Walking Tour visits
the main sights in Athens and is particularly affordable for only
one or two disabled visitors.
It includes accessible visits to the Acropolis, Syntagma Square, the
Temple of Zeus, and several other nearby attractions.
The tour includes step-free routes although you may have to
separate from the rest of the group at times to use them.
This Athens accessible group walking tour starts at Syntagma
Square with an explanation of the ruins discovered during the
building of the Syntagma Square Metro Station.
• You’ll view the Changing of the Guard in front of the House of Greek
Parliament then head into the National Gardens.
• A visit to the Temple of Zeus will use a wheelchair accessible entrance
and include a viewing of the Arch of Hadrian.
Advanced notification will be given so that disabled travelers can
use the wheelchair lift and elevator to ascend the cliffs of the
• You’ll see the Propylaia gateway and the Agrippa monument at the
entrance to the Acropolis.
• On top of the hill, you’ll be able to visit the world-famous Parthenon,
the ancient Erechtheion Temple, and the Temple of Athena Nike.
• This is a group walking tour. All participants must be able to keep up
with the group. If you are concerned that you might not be able to,
please book one of the private accessible walking tours in Athens.
• If you would like assistance ascending the Acropolis you should book
the Half Day Athens Accessible Driving Tour
• If you do not want to walk/roll long distances, the Highlights of Athens
Accessible Cruise Excursion or the Half Day Athens Accessible Driving
Tour would be your best option.
• Syntagma metro station archaeology exhibits
• House of the Greek parliament
• Changing of the guards
• National Gardens
• Hadrian’s Arch
• The Temple of Zeus
• Propylaia (monumental gateway to Acropolis)
• Agrippa monument
• The Acropolis
• The Parthenon
• Erechtheion Temple
• Nike Temple
The Athens City and Acropolis Accessible Group Walking Tour has a 3
Star Sage Accessibility Rating because it has a step-free route that is
accessible to wheelchair users. There are some hills and cobblestones
along the route so it does not get a higher rating.
The Greek Parliament building and the Athens National Gardens are two
of the sights that will be visited on this Athens accessible group walking
The Temple of Olympian Zeus will be visited on the Athens accessible
group walking tour and will utilize the accessible entrance with
The Parthenon is perched on the Acropolis towering high overhead.
Advanced notification will be made so that you can use the Acropolis
wheelchair platform lift and elevator to reach the top.
Tour duration: 3 hours 15 minutes
Meeting place: Inside Syntagma Metro Station next to the ticket
validating machines, beneath the hanging clock.
Cost: 60 euro per person. 50 euro per person if booked as part of
an accessible cruise & excursions package or an accessible Athens
Days of the week the tour is offered: Every day of the week
Meeting time: 9:15 am. Tour starts promptly at 9:30 am
Dress code: None
Number of people on tour: 18 people
Entrance tickets: Not included. Some entrance tickets are free for
disabled visitors if they have an ID card from their home country
stating the percent of their disability. Otherwise 12 euro per
person for Acropolis.
Cancellation policy: 100% refund with at least 7 days notice, 50%
refund with at least 4 days notice, no refund with less than 4 days
Not included: Entrance tickets, snacks/meals, and gratuities.
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