Athens by Night: Greek Food and Wine Tour in Plaka

Enjoy the culinary specialities of Athens' historic Plaka district
$338 and up
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Tour Details
About the Tour
Category
Cuisine, Newly Added
Duration
3 hours
Location
Athens
Photos & Highlights
  • Visit Athens' historic Plaka neighborhood and sample typical Greek foods and wines
  • Led by a expert in gastronomy
  • Plaka Neighborhood, Taverna , and Local Wine bars and cafes
Tour Description
Where You'll Start
Tour Experts
Nikitas
Melina
6 Reviews (4.6)

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Nikitas was a great guide. Very knowledgeable. Food selections were amazing. He provided a lot of information on Greek culture, traditions and food. Highly would recommend this tour.
We were overall disappointed with our food and wine tour. Nikitipas is a lovely person and is a font of knowledge about Greek history and culture. However, we thought that the tour could have been better organized and more extensive. The first stop, Kiki de Greece, was a nice venue and the cheese board and wines were very good, although the pours were very small. We then spent a great deal of time wandering to the second stop, and when we got there, we had to wait at least a half an hour for the server. We would have thought that a reservation would have been secured ahead of time. Nikitipas took our lead as to what we may want to drink or eat. We ordered five small plates and two beers. The food, after the long, long wait was just okay and we were now tired and our three hours was almost up. So, there was no dessert. Given how much we paid, we expected more substantial and better food, as well as beverage.
The meeting place needs to be changed as the address in no longer available due to construction. Guide found us after we called. He was knowledgeable and personable. We enjoyed a cheese and wine tasting snd then later a choice of 4 substantial mezzes and a drink. Toting water was unnecessary as the wine bars offered water.