Enjoy Our Athens 360 Degree Electric Bicycle Adventure
Minimum Age: 12 Year(s)
For sure words are not enough to describe everything you will see during this amazing E-Bike tour through the center of Athens. But it should give you a good idea about the amount of things that you will be able to see by making a guided E-Bike tour through Athens. There will be a break during the trip to have some time for a traditional Greek Coffee and other refreshments. Our stops are the ancient theatre, Odeon Herodio Attikon, just below the Acropolis. Next on the route is Filopappou Hill, which gives us an amazing view of the Acropolis and over the roofs of Athens. We continue our trip downhill along Thissio into the area called Plaka. This is the ancient market street just underneath the Acropolis hill. One of our stop will be the ancient Roman Marketplace with the Tower of the Winds. Now it is time to go uphill to reach the top of Lykabettos Hill, which is with 277 meter the highest point of the center of Athens. Once again we will enjoy the breathtaking view over Athens. Descending on the other side of Lykabbetos, we cross Kolonaki one of the best shopping areas of Athens to reach the Syntagma Square with the new parliament and its traditional Guards (Tsoliades). From hear we are heading for the Panathinaiko Stadium, passing through the National Garden with the Zappio Megaro, the first building that was build exclusively for the Olympic Games. Panathinaiko Stadium is where the first Olympic Games were held in 1896.
All cyclists need to be 1,55 meter of minimum hight. Children up to 20Kg can come along in a child seat on one of the parents bikes.
Starting point is our E-Ride Store at Leof. Vouliagmenis 1, just opposite to the Temple of Olympian Zeus. We setup the EBIKE for you and get ready to take off for the tour!
â€¢ Panathinaiko Stadium (Kalimarmaro )
â€¢ Zappio Megaro (National Park)
â€¢ Syntagma Square (New Parliament)
â€¢ Kapnikarea Church (Byzantine Church)
â€¢ Temple of the winds
â€¢ Roman Market
â€¢ Monastiraki Square
â€¢ Filopappou Hill
â€¢ Ancient Theatre, Herodion Attikon
â€¢ New Acropolis Museum
â€¢ Temple of Olympian Zeus