Jewish Athens Walking Tour

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  • Duration: 3 Hrs
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  • Departure Time :
    10:00 AM
  • Departure Details :
    Syntagma Square, Pl. Sintagmatos, Athina 105 63, Greece
  • Return Details :
    Returns to original departure point
  • Cancellation Policy :
    For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience. Tours booked using discount coupon codes will be non refundable.


On this 3-hour walking tour, delve into the long and fascinating history of Athens Jewish communities. Jews have called the city home since at least 250 BC, and this outing seeks to uncover stories about the citys Jewish past. Visit traditionally Jewish neighborhoods, stop by the Jewish museum of greece, and otherwise connect with the citys Jewish heritage.


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Explore the local streets on a walking tour of the city

Pickup from a centrally located meeting point

Led by a local guide

Step back in time on a history tour

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This is a typical itinerary for this product

Stop At: The Jewish museum of greece, Athens, Attica

We visit the Jewish Museum in Athens, which is focused mostly to the Jewish Tradition of the two main Jewish Communities of Greece and the commons between the Jewish and Greek Christian Orthodox Tradition

Duration: 1 hour

Pass By: Monastiraki, Athens, Attica

Through Plaka the oldest district of Athens we are heading to Monastiraki and the Flea Market, the district is connected with the Jewish Community in Athens and the modern History of the city.

Pass By: Kerameikos cemetery, Athens, Attica

We are heading to Kerameikos Archaeological site, and the Monument of Holocaust

Pass By: Kerameikos cemetery, Athens, Attica

Then we are heading to the Holy Synagogue of Athens


Local guide


Food and drinks


Entrance fees for the Jewish Museum. Ticket Price 6 Euros, reduced 3 Euros

Entry/Admission - The Jewish Museum of Greece

Additional Info

Confirmation will be received at time of booking

Travelers should have a moderate physical fitness level

Dress code is smart casual

Passport name, number, expiration date, and country is required at time of booking for all participants

Operates in all weather conditions; please dress appropriately

A maximum of 12 people per booking

This tour/activity will have a maximum of 12 travelers

Traveler Reviews

  • 07-Dec-2018

    We had a four hours before our flight and decided to use it for this tour. It was just two of us and the tour guide. It was nice and educational. She was knowledgeable enough. She walked us through some streets we did not visit before. And I guess because of the size of our group we were done in 2.5 hours. We visit museum and synagogue. The thing I don't like is that the description of the tour is saying that the museum is optional. Well, nobody asked us. She brought us to the museum and told us to pay the entrance fees (6 euros per person)... It was interesting enough so I would not complain about this. Just stating the fact.Also do not expect much of the history as it pretty much covers only last 150 or so years.Still, I am glad we did it even it was less than we expected. Would recommend just for the nice walk through the small city streets. A+

  • 02-Apr-2018

    This was interesting, but definitely not too informative. We went to the Jewish museum, which I honestly could have done on my own. The most interesting part of the tour was less Jewish, but more getting a tour of Athens and learning about the different neighborhoods. We did go to the synagogue, which you definitely need to go with someone to. So overall as a tour, it was good. As a Jewish tour, it was ok.

  • 09-Jun-2017

    Really interesting tour with Elena who had excellent knowledge of her subject. Good to have an opportunity to visit sites not normally on the tourist circuit!

  • 05-Mar-2017

    I thoroughly enjoyed the tour, it was well organised and gave a background of the Jewish community of Athens and Greece. The walk was not long, but there was much of interest, preserved mainly in the museum and the synagogue. I was also made aware of the challenges facing the community. For me this was a great introduction to the community that I would then spend Shabbat with.