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Discover Athens, Piraeus, Riviera & Beaches with Athens Open Tour, the first GREEK double-decker Get on Get off bus company!
Enjoy Athens, Piraeus, Riviera & Beaches on our yellow open top buses. Get in touch with our civilization, history and architecture and learn all about the old and modern city of Athens and Piraeus in your own language with the commentary on board, available in 12 languages.

Our Tours

Athens Open Tour operates all year round. Our Athens, Piraeus, Riviera & Beaches tours run daily with a 15-30 minute frequency time schedule from 08.00 until 20.00 during the summer season April to November and from 09.00 until 17.45 during the winter season December to March.

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16 May

Kavouri Beach

Riviera & Beaches Line (31): Kavouri Beach Kavouri Beach is a wonderful and organised beach with sea sports and an amazing sunset. One of the most beautiful free beaches in Attica, Kavouri is located in the municipality of Vouliagmeni, just a short distance from Athens. With its easy access, rich green landscape, pristine water and idyllic cove, it is a definite must-see destination. There are also two other beaches here, namely Big Kavouri and Little Kavouri, ideal for anything from beach sports to beach reads. ...

16 May

Divani Apollon

Riviera & Beaches Line (30): Divani Apollon Offering a prime location in the heart of the Athenian Riviera, the Divani Apollon Palace & Thalasso is the perfect place for a memorable stay in Athens. This luxury hotel offers you the only Thalassotherapy center in the Attica region, lavish guest rooms and suites all with stunning sea views, a private beach, outdoor swimming pools, restaurants and bars and extensive business and events facilities. ...

Glyfada Marina
16 May

3rd Glyfada Marina

Riviera & Beaches Line (29): 3rd Glyfada Marina Glyfada is a suburb of Athens, situated in the southern parts of the Athens Urban Area. The area, which is home to many of Greece’s millionaires, ministers and celebrities, stretches from the foot of the Hymettus mountain to the Saronic Gulf. It is the largest of Athens‘ southern suburbs. This fashion-conscious suburb is known in Greece for its upmarket cafes, well-known restaurants, boutiques and cosmopolitan summer clubs; Glyfada has also been called “Knightsbridge-on-Sea”,[2] “Hellenic Hamptons”,[3] or the “Beverly Hills of Greece”. On the quay at...

agios kosmas
15 May

Agios Kosmas Beach

Riviera & Beaches Line (28): Agios Kosmas Beach Agios Kosmas beach is on Poseidon Avenue after Alimos, in a 9 km distance from the center of Athens. The beach of Agios Kosmas is vast, wholly covered with sand and is organized with sunbeds and umbrellas. With the beach being right next to the sports facilities of Agios Kosmas, many combine sports with a quick dip in the sea. The beach is practically inside the city, with all the benefits that this entails. Namely easy access to public transportation, many places for food or...

alimos marina
15 May

Alimos Marina

Riviera & Beaches Line (27): Alimos Marina Alimos Marina is one of the largest marinas in Greece with a 1000 permanent positions. The Marina is located South West of Athens 15 Km from the city center, 8 Km South of Piraeus port and 30 km from El. Venizelos International Airport. It is served by a dense transportation network of Trams, Buses and Taxis, with stations 500 meters from the Marina. Alimos Marina is one of the largest marinas in Greece with 1080 berths while there is a dry docking area for approximately 600...

flisvos marina
22 Apr

Flisvos Marina

Riviera & Beaches Line (26): Flisvos Marina Located only 6 km from the centre of Athens - a city that uniquely combines ancient with modern - Flisvos Marina provides easy access to many cultural and entertainment attractions available in the rejuvenated Olympic city. The newly constructed Athens ring road and the extensive and modern public transportation system allow easy and convenient access to the Archaeological Museum as well as excursions to the Acropolis, historical sites, monuments and museums. Flisvos Marina provides a diversity of recreation and relaxation opportunities, while sporting enthusiasts can enjoy...

21 Apr


Piraeus Line (18): Microlimano Best known for its excellent fish restaurants with open-air water side terraces Best known for its excellent fish restaurants with open-air water side terraces, this delight- full small, circular bay is built on a human scale. The ancients, who kept their ships here, believed it was protected by the goddess Munichia Artemis, and initially named it after her. The Turkish navy used it too, which is why it is still sometimes known as Tourkolimano (Turkish harbor). Today it is filled with the small wooden boats of local fishermen,...

20 Apr


Piraeus Line (17): Pasalimani This large circular bay, with a bottleneck channel opening out to the sea, is surrounded by imposing eight-storey modern apartment blocks. Inaugurated as Athens’ main naval base in the 5th century BC, the ancient harbor of Zea could accommodate 196 triremes. Today, up to 400 of the most impressive motor yachts in Greece moor there. It takes about 20 minutes to walk the perimeter of the bay, along a tree-lined promenade overlooked by open-air cafés. In the area around you can also see: Archaeological Museum of Piraeus (Charilaou Trikoupi Str....

7 Jan

Planetarium (Eygenidio)

Piraeus Line (19): Planetarium Eygenidio The Eugenides Foundation was established in 1956 as a nonprofit making legal entity in private law. Its purpose, educating young Greeks in science and technology, was the wishes expressed in the last testament of a benefactor of Greek nation, Eugenio Eugenides. Upgrading the Planetarium’s audiovisual-equipment became a big need very soon and three technicians, who were trained abroad for this purpose, bolstered this effort. The creation of the New Digital Planetarium, with total surface area of 950sq.m and a 280-seat capacity, marks the beginning of the implementation...