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Private Gourmet Food Walking Tour in Athens

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Highlights
  • Get to grips with Athens’ cuisine on a private half-day food walking tour
  • Taste goodies such as koulouria (sesame bread) and loukoumades (mini-donuts)
  • Visit the central market, and try cheese, coffee, wines, honey, and more
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Private Gourmet Food Walking Tour in Athens
From US$56,37
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10am TourMost Popular
Starts at 10am
US$70,46
Group option at 2:00pm
Enjoy the best food tour of Athens on this group option (instead of private)
US$56,37
3pm Tour
Starts at 3pm
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Overview
Getting to know Athens’ cuisine alone is difficult, unless you’re already familiar with the city and its gastronomy. With this private tour, a guide shows you around top food spots for an introduction to local gourmet delicacies. Visit Athens’ central market and sample cheese, wine and coffee—you’ll uncover the city’s culinary heritage with the benefit of a guide to yourself. The tour includes tastings and offers a choice of departures.
What to Expect
Book your preferred departure time and greet your guide in Monastiraki Square. Then, hit the buzzing streets to learn about some of the Greek capital's specialities.

Call at an old cafe to try koulouria, a sesame-sprinkled bread that’s popular at breakfast. Visit a pastry shop for a custard-filled filo delight and loukoumades—small honey-and-nut-drenched donuts—and then head for a bakery and cheese shop to sample a pie and local cheese.

Next is Athens' central meat and fish market, Varvakios Agora, to browse the colorful stands. Savor home-produced Greek coffee and visit hidden delis to try fruit, olives, ham, and other produce.

Stop at a souvenir shop and taste Greek yogurt, wine, aromatized vinegar, organic olive oil, and honey—perhaps buying some take-home gifts—and stroll Evripidou Street to relish the aromas of its herb and spice shops. After one last tasting, your tour finishes at the starting point.
Reviews (202)
1 - 5 of 59 reviews
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile
Amazing!

This tour was such a great introduction to Greek food. Eirini was so intellectual and knew so much about great food and pairing. Great tour!!

Thank jennifer d
Reviewed 1 week ago
Great food, wine, and info on Greece food and customs

Excellent excursion. Great food (and lots of it) and wine, discovered many great places to eat and buy food. It was also a great way to get to know the layout of Athens. Understanding the history of some greek foods was interesting and helpful, as...More

1  Thank Lorraine M
Reviewed 1 week ago
Best food tour we have ever head

We had a food tour with Eirini on our first morning in Athens. She was fantastic. We were on holiday with our 13 year old daughter and have a number of food restrictions. Eirini had no problem incorporating our food requirements into the tour and...More

1  Thank Brad H
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile
Excellent!

Our food tour guide Irene (Irin) was excellent. She was passionate and friendly. We had an amazing experience sampling local cuisine from different cafes/bakeries and restaurants, and exploring the local markets. It was the highlight of our Athens trip. Would highly recommend them especially Irene.

Thank Amir S
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Come hungry!

So, I've done a lot of food tours because they are the best way to get the inside scoop (no pun intended) on where to find authentic local restaurants and taverns while learning about the history of the area. Athens Walks did not disappoint, and...More

Thank Lynn B
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Gary C
10 September 2018|
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Response from Athens W | Property representative |
Hello It is about 3 hours and a half. Thank you
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Helen S
29 August 2018|
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Response from Scott L | Reviewed this property |
Yes, it's vegetarian. Aside from walking through the fresh meat and poultry in the central market. You may get turned off by this part of the tour. However, don't let this detract you from taking the tour. It was the best... More
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