Jewish private tour of Athens with its world famous memorials full day

In: Athens Tours

Duration: 8 hours | Daily departures | Pick up/Drop off: Athens hotel, cruise port. Distance: 65(km) / 40(miles)

Athens, home to a wonderful Jewish community. Your Splendid Greece Tours private  chauffeur will take you to the New and Old Synagogue, the cemetery, and of course the Jewish Museum

Splendid Greece Tours will drive you in the morning to visit the Old Synagogue, Etz Hayyim, built in 1904, smaller of the two synagogues and is no longer open for use.  But right across the street you will find the larger New Synagogue, Beth Shalom, a Sephardic synagogue built in 1935 and renovated in the 70s, which is in use today. Admire the exterior of white marble with neoclassical elements, as well as the spacious interior.

Splendid Greece Tours will continuing our private Jewish tour in Athens visiting Plaka the old historical neighborhood of Athens, right by the foot of the Acropolis. The oldest street in Athens Adrianou is still in use, home to many tourist shops. Right on the edge of the Plaka you will find new Jewish Museum, one of the finest Jewish museums in Europe. Experience your private tour by a museum representative, viewing items that had been confiscated from Greek Jews during the war, Ancient Hebrew books, and other items commemorating the Holocaust.

Drive & see Syntagma Square, the tourist core of the city that is dominated by the old Royal Palace, now the Greek Parliament (where you can see the changing of the guards in front every hour on the hour!) and tom of the unknown soldier.

Of course, Splendid Greece Tours will take you to the Acropolis, the trademark of Athens. The ancient “high city” is topped with marble temples dedicated to the city’s goddess Athena, and dates back to the Late Bronze Age. Following your climb to the top, you will be rewarded with a visit to the architectural masterpieces of the Golden Age of Athens: the Propylaea, the Temple of Athena Nike, the Erechtheion, and finally, the Parthenon.

Please note that on this private tour, your Splendid Greece Tours private chauffeur is not licensed to accompany you on your climb to the top of the Acropolis or inside any sites.

This Splendid Greece Private Tour can run on Saturdays and Sundays, but please be aware of the following: on Saturdays the Jewish Museum is closed but the New Synagogue holds services for Sabbath.  On Sundays the Museum is open but the New Synagogue is closed. The Old Synagogue is closed on both Saturdays and Sundays, but can still be viewed from the outside.

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