Europe Forums

Post New Topic

Recent Activity

View all Europe activity »
  1. 1 Trip Report With Gratitude for a Glorious Solo Month in Greece
  2. 2 Trip Report Trip report: Portugal, Barcelona and Switzerland
  3. 3 Restaurant suggestions in Bologna
  4. 4 Brussels Hotel Recommendation
  5. 5 Trains in Italy
  6. 6 Please help with hotels in Seville
  7. 7 Uber vs. TfL
  8. 8 Trip Report Italian Opera-Edinburgh Tattoo-"Great" Houses-Cornwall: Ongoing and FINAL
  9. 9 Swimming in Camogli, Santa Margherita Ligure, Italy
  10. 10 Maybe your worst nighmare...
  11. 11 TikiTouringTwins - toddler travel
  12. 12 Alitala
  13. 13 Norther Spain first Iteniary
  14. 14 Selecting the right Travel Pass (or not at all)
  15. 15 celticmoon, a quick question
  16. 16 Can you tell me about using "The Fork" for reserving and savings?
  17. 17 Trip Report TRIP REPORT: Paris, Bordeaux, Dordogne, Toulouse, Provence, and more
  18. 18 What fresh hell is this?
  19. 19 Trip Report Firenze, Venezia, Cruise, Cinque Terre, Nce
  20. 20 Best day trips from Turin, Bologna, Cortona
  21. 21 Which Train Station in Venice
  22. 22 Trip Report Jamikins and Bikerscott in Andalusia
  23. 23 Greek Village
  24. 24 Berlin
  25. 25 Bordeaux to Nice
View next 25 » Back to the top

Athens food tour - which to choose?

Jump to last reply

I want to take a food tour while in Athens. I've found several possibilities but am having difficulty deciding which one is best. Does anyone have any personal experience with any of these?

Athens Walks, 4 hours, 50 euros, http://www.athens-walks.com/#!athens-food-tour

Athens Walking Tours, 3:15 hours, 48 euros, http://www.athenswalkingtours.gr/Athens-Food-Tour

Context Tours, 3 hours, 70 euros "plus additional costs" (which I assume means you have to pay for the food you try), http://www.contexttravel.com/city/athens/walking-tour-details/beyond-feta-a-food-tour-of-athens

Culinary Backstreets, 5.5 hours, $135 (not euros), http://www.culinarybackstreets.com/culinary-walks/athens/

I think all include the costs for the foods tasted, except I'm not sure about Context Tours, which might be the exception to that.

Are the more expensive tours worth the price, or should I just pick one of the cheaper ones? I'm not opposed to a higher cost tour if it is significantly better than others.

14 Replies |Back to top

Sign in to comment.

Advertisement