Enjoy a twilight walking tour of Athens and encounter an extraordinary side of the city as you stroll through its neighborhoods after sunset.
Athens Private Photo Safari
- Experience the real Athens and capture unique city moments including Athenian gems and the locals’ everyday life.
- With the help of a local photographer, wander through the bustling side of the city discovering some of the world’s most famous historical landmarks.
- Stroll around alternative districts and discover the city’s back alleys with artsy vibes and creative locals.
- Capture colorful moments as you venture to a food market and a flea market.
- Private Group Price per person
Syntagma Square (at the exit of Syntagma metro station), in the middle of the square, at the fountain.
We will be standing next to the fountain which is located at the middle of the Square.
He will be holding an Athens Local Adventures sign.
Syntagma Square, Athens 105 63. See the Map
Capture unique and colourful city moments
Discover Athens’s most famous landmarks with a professional photographer who can help you get postcard-quality photographs. Venture off the beaten track to explore the equally vibrant counterculture, often missed by tourists.
Capture exceptional images of imaginative modern graffiti and colourful street scenes that contrast beautifully with the city’s classical architecture.
This tour provides a fabulous opportunity to hone your photography skills and create your own picture-perfect memories in one of the world’s greatest historic cities.
Local impact — How you help the local community by joining this tour
This tour offers the opportunity to tour street art and visit alternative neighborhoods that aren’t generally impacted by tourism.
Begin your Photo Safari Adventure by meeting our local photographer in Syntagma Square, the beating heart of Athens.
Your first stop is in front of the monument of the unknown soldier and the guards of the constitution, the Evzones dressed with a white skirt, red hat and old rifle. Photograph the emblematic “change of the guard’ ceremony and learn all about this tradition.
Then, after jumping on the metro, you head to a secret rooftop from where you can enjoy dazzling views over the city’s skyline and capture unique photos of the one-and-only Ancient Acropolis. A selfie here with the Parthenon temple in the background is a must!
Next, you explore the Plaka neighborhood, Athens’ continuously inhabited area since ancient times, passing along picture-pretty alleys and discovering photogenic corners.
With us by your side, find your way to the well-hidden area of Anafiotika, a Cycladic “island” with cobblestone pathways and whitewashed houses. Here, you experience the locals’ everyday life away from the bustling side of the city.
Continuing this photo tour, you head to the Monastiraki neighborhood and its colorful Flea Market. Venture through the market and add in your frame all these unique market vibes including passionate sellers and bargainers, upcycled furniture, garments, old housewares, and many more.
Later on, experience the alternative side of Athens by visiting the district of Psirri. Wander around the district’s streets that host charming cafes and bars as well as unique vintage shops, and explore the fascinating street art scene that has flourished here by discovering awesome murals and creative graffitis.
Finally, wind your way through the aromas and flavors to the Municipal Market of Athens, the center of fresh produce and locals’ mingling since the 19th century. Here is a local-favourite place that offers you countless photo possibilities.
Your tour wouldn’t be complete without relaxing your muscles in a local coffee shop for a freshly brewed coffee. Scan your photos, post your best photos and stories, and blow up your Instagram!
Before we part ways, don’t forget to tap us up for more hints and tips on how to get the best out of your trip to amazing Athens!
Photography advice, public transportation fare, coffee, and water/refreshments
Camera, additional food and drinks, souvenirs or personal shopping, tips/gratuities.
- Food Allergies: Unless you suffer from multiple, combined food allergies, or unless you are a vegan, we will figure it out. Vegetarians are welcome on all tours.
- Please wear comfortable shoes for walking.
- In general, there are few dress restrictions in Europe and dress codes are similar to those you are used to at home. Please note though that in many churches modest dress is required; no shorts or skimpy tops are permitted.
- If you are happy with the services provided by your local a tip – though not compulsory – is appropriate. While it may not be customary to you, it is of great significance to the people who will take care of you during your travels, inspires excellent service, and is an entrenched feature of the tourism industry. Please consider this when budgeting for your extra expenses on this tour.
- All our team members are fully vaccinated.