Screw the formalities and delve straight into the hot gossip, tales from 2300 years ago. -Did you know that giving the middle finger as an insult was born in ancient Athens? -Did you know the Parthenon was built not only as a temple but as a bank as well? -Did you know that Chrysippus died laughing at one of his own jokes? -Did you know that Socrates was sentenced to death for corrupting youth? -Hidden messages in plain sight -Mind-blowing Myths -Funny stories from Greek philosophers and Kinky secrets from Ancient Greece Get your facts straight walking the same streets and alleys as ancient Greek philosophers. From Plaka to the Agora, and Acropolis Hill to the Irodeion theater, enjoy some of the oldest jokes in history. ▶ What this tour is about ✔ - Kinky history - Learning the unexpected - Playing an interactive game - A nice walk around Acropolis hill with a local - Lots of fun - Funny/bad jokes - Pictures - Smiles - New friends from all around the world ✌ ▶ What this tour is not about ✖ - visiting the inside of the Archeological sights - Long boring speeches - Learning the stuff you can just google! PS:The tour doesn't include any visits inside archaeological sites. But we will walk around Acropolis hill (not the Parthenon) through Plaka neighborhood, the ancient Roman Agora, Areus Pagus rock and Irodeion theater.
Socrates said: “I am not an Athenian or a Greek, but a citizen of the world,”. I, however, am a collector of funny stories from the ancient Greek philosophers. Since I was a little kid, I have been fascinated by the dialogues of Socrates, the weird stories of Greek Mythology, and the incredible sayings of Greek philosophers. Me and my co-host Katerina will saw you the funny side of Ancient Greece.
We will walk the ancient streets that Socrates, Plato, Pythagoras, and Aristotle all walked, too. We will go up to the Acropolis hill (not the Parthenon) and end the tour next to Irodeion theater. We do not enter any archaeological site during the tour.