Highlights Of Athens Accessible Cruise Excursion

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  • 1. Highlights of Athens AccessibleCruise Excursionwww.sagetraveling.com/highlights-of-athens-accessible-cruise-excursion
2. Best option if you only have 1 day in AthensThis full-day driving tour works well as either anaccessible Athens cruise excursion from Piraeus or as a tour starting atyour accessible Athens hotel. An air-conditioned, wheelchair accessible vanwill transport you quickly and comfortably between the tourist sights.You’llvisit all the world-class highlights of Athens in a single day: the Acropolis,the Temple of Zeus, the National Archaeological Museum, SyntagmaSquare, the Acropolis museum, the Plaka neighborhood, and more!www.sagetraveling.com 3. On this 8 hour Athens accessible cruise excursion, you can set your ownitinerary or follow our recommended itinerary that visits all the mostpopular sights in Athens.The sights that we recommend visiting are located on top of the Acropolis,just to the south (the Acropolis Museum), to the east (near the Temple ofZeus), and to the north (in the Plaka neighborhood). www.sagetraveling.com 4. Many visitors to Athens make a stop at the Acropolis Museum butcompletely miss the world-class National Archaeological Museumlocated north of the other tourist sights.Not so if you take this tour! Other excellent sites that shouldn’t be missedsuch as the Panathenaic Stadium, the Greek Parliament on SyntagmaSquare, etc…) are located a little further away from the Acropolis and easyto reach with the wheelchair accessible van. www.sagetraveling.com 5. If you would like a shorter tour, you could choose theHalf Day Athens Accessible Driving Tour. If you don’t need anytransportation, the most similar tour to this one is theAccessible Athens Acropolis Private Guided Tour. www.sagetraveling.com 6. Tour Highlights• Panathenaic Stadium• The Acropolis• Syntagma Square• The Parthenon• Greek Parliament • Erechthion Temple• Unknown Soldier Monument • Theatre of Herodes Atticus• National Gardens • Plaka neighborhood• Hadrian’s Arch • Monastiraki neighborhood• Temple of Zeus • National Archaeological Museum• Acropolis Museumwww.sagetraveling.com 7. Accessibility DescriptionThe Highlights of Athens Accessible Cruise Excursion is the most accessibletour that we provide. It has a 5 Star Sage Accessibility Rating because ituses a wheelchair accessible van and wheelchair accessible tour routes.The routes can be adjusted to meet the individual accessibility needs of thedisabled visitor. Additionally, the tour guide can push a manual wheelchairuser if necessary.www.sagetraveling.com 8. If you are arriving at the Piraeus cruise dock, you will take thewheelchair accessible Piraeus port shuttle (shown in the photo on theleft) to the cruise terminal. Your tour guide will meet you at the cruiseterminal exit (shown in the photo on the right).www.sagetraveling.com 9. A van with a wheelchair lift (shown in the photo on the left) willcomfortable transport you into the city. The tour will follow awheelchair accessible route by using curb cuts to avoid curbs and steps.www.sagetraveling.com 10. The Greek Parliament building and the Panathenaic Stadium (site of thefirst modern Olympics) are two of the sights that will be visited on thisAthens accessible cruise excursion.www.sagetraveling.com 11. Your visit to the accessible Temple of Olympian Zeus will utilizethe accessible entrance with wheelchair ramps. www.sagetraveling.com 12. Accessibility at the Acropolis Museum includes a wheelchair ramp andan elevator to get between the floors.www.sagetraveling.com 13. The Highlights of Athens Accessible Cruise Excursion uses handicappedfriendly routes to view the Theatre of Herodes (shown in the photo onthe left) and theAtticus Propylaia gateway to Acropolis (shown in thephoto on the right). You will view it from afar and avoid all those stairs!www.sagetraveling.com 14. The Plaka neighborhood located just to the north of the Acropolis hassome accessibility challenges including cobblestones. The Highlights ofAthens Accessible Cruise Excursion uses the most accessible routes tovisit the neighborhood.www.sagetraveling.com 15. The National Archaeological Museum of Athens is the largestarchaeological museum and home to an amazing collection ofprehistoric artifacts. Your visit will use the wheelchair accessible sideentrance (shown in the photo on the right). www.sagetraveling.com 16. Tour Details Tour duration: 8 hours Cost: 540 euro for 1 to 2 people. 590 euro for 3 to 4 people. * 100 euro off if booked as part of an accessible cruise & excursions package. * 50 euro off if booked as part of an accessible Athens travel package. * If you can transfer into a normal car without a wheelchair ramp, cheaper rates may be available. Contact us for more information. Days of the week the tour is offered: Every day of the week Meeting time: 9 am Meeting place: Piraeus cruise dock or accessible Athens hotel Dress code: None Number of people on tour: Up to 4 peoplewww.sagetraveling.com 17. Tour Details Entrance tickets: Not included. Some entrance tickets are free for disabled visitors if they have an ID card from their home country stating the percent of their disability. Otherwise 7 euro per person at National Archaeological Museum, 12 euro per person for Acropolis, and 5 euro per person for Acropolis Museum. Cancellation policy: 100% refund with at least 7 days notice, 50% refund with at least 4 days notice, no refund with less than 4 days notice. Not included: Entrance tickets, snacks/meals, and gratuities.www.sagetraveling.com 18. We look forward to making your accessible dream vacation a reality! Call Us: 1-888-645-7920 Contact us at info@sagetraveling.comwww.sagetraveling.com/highlights-of-athens-accessible-cruise-excursion
1. Highlights of Athens AccessibleCruise Excursionwww.sagetraveling.com/highlights-of-athens-accessible-cruise-excursion 2. Best option if you only have 1 day in AthensThis…