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Sunshine Express Day Tours - CLOSED

128 Acharnon, Athens 10557, Greece
+30 21 1405 5373
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Excellent value

This is a fun and relaxing way to visit all the major sites of Athens. It cost just 14 Euro for a... read more

Reviewed 19 August 2015
PMB48
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Taunton, United Kingdom
Excellent value for money....let the train take the strain!

We went on this little train the other day, 5Euro's each and 3 Euro's for children, what a bargain... read more

Reviewed 16 August 2015
JOHNL858
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Newark-on-Trent, United Kingdom
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19 Aug 2015
“Excellent value”
16 Aug 2015
“Excellent value for money....let the train take the strain!”
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128 Acharnon, Athens 10557, Greece
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+30 21 1405 5373
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Reviewed 19 August 2015

This is a fun and relaxing way to visit all the major sites of Athens. It cost just 14 Euro for a family of 4 and lasted an hour. We cooled off on the train after visiting all the main sites, it also runs at...More

Thank PMB48
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Reviewed 16 August 2015

We went on this little train the other day, 5Euro's each and 3 Euro's for children, what a bargain it is. The trip lasts about 50 minutes and you pass at least 18 historic sites, there is a basic running commentary but the great thing...More

Thank JOHNL858
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Reviewed 9 July 2015

After strolling around The Plaka, flea market etc for a couple of days, we decided to jump on one of the street-trains which run every hour or so. Despite being given a pamphlet with the sites viewable from the train's circular route, we were disappointed...More

Thank Bigbadbobandros
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Reviewed 22 May 2015

On a small train. Defintiely worth it. Only 5E and it drives you by all the main attractions. Better than walking all the way up to the Acropolis.

Thank michelle h
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Reviewed 13 April 2015

Small tourist train with english speaking guide took us around the Acropolis Hill for 45 minuttes for € 5 per person.

Thank Lars P
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Reviewed 3 March 2015

If you are in Athens for only three days, before you start walking, hop on the train, which gives you a tour of approx one hour, if it's busy, and less if not. Take your tourist guide book and map, and follow the route, noting,...More

Thank alexandrews
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Reviewed 29 April 2014

it was quite a joke but it didn't cost too much so we didn't mind. you can't understand a word they said in English. the train stops every minute or so for the driver and guide to talk to their acquaintances or to gather up...More

2  Thank k0zlik
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Reviewed 25 April 2014

We (a coupe) decided to take a nice train tour in the center of Athens with our friends, one sunny Sunday of April. This specific train tour (with the green carriages), we believe that is very unique and different from others. In case you are...More

Thank Lalaki-Papaki
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Reviewed 4 November 2013 via mobile

I was walking the street of Plaka after visiting Acropolis and bought some souvenirs so I got to carry heavy shopping bags with me and suddenly a small train pass by me and I was curious what was it all about . And of course...More

1  Thank kenkeh
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Reviewed 22 October 2013

"..and if you look to your right something something something Athena something something something Agrippa" Sure they speak English but so heavily accented we got nothing out it besides a ride on the little train. Also the man who is the ticket and money taker...More

Thank IntrepidMr-Mrs
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