WHO International Healthy Cities Conference

Athens City Walking Tour & National Archaeological Museum

Acropolis and its magnificent monuments is one of the most important world heritage sites on the planet. A walk through the oldest neighborhood in Athens, at the foot of the sacred hill of Acropolis is one of the most pleasurable activities and a “must do” for the first time visitor in Athens. During your visit you will pass by the Roman Agora, the Stoa of Attalos, the Hadrian’s Library, Lysicrates Monument as well as scroll through souvenir shops and picturesque restaurants and coffee places.

A visit to the National Archeological Museum is also included in this site visit. This flagship museum of Athens is one of the most important Archaeological museums in the world as it houses the historical past of one of the greatest civilizations in the world. Its extensive collection is housed in the heart of Athens with findings from all the places of ancient Greece and the Greek world with exhibits from the Neolithic times, early Cycladic civilization, the Minoan civilization, the classical and Hellenistic period and the roman period. If you have visited the Acropolis museum your next in line choice is the National Archeological Museum.

More info about the museum: http://www.namuseum.gr/