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All Percy Jackson Tours in Greece with Practical Info

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06 September 2023

Immerse yourself in the epic world of Greek mythology and indulge your inner Percy Jackson fan with a thrilling adventure to Greece. Discover ancient tales and awe-inspiring sights in a land steeped in legend and wonder. But where should you venture on this epic journey? Allow us to guide you through a world of possibilities, where each destination is a portal to the captivating universe of Greek mythology. Brace yourself for an odyssey like no other as we reveal all possible tours you can enjoy in Greece, inspired by the Percy Jackson books and heroes!

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Following the footsteps of Percy Jackson in Delphi, home to the famous Pythia, Oracle of Apollo

Acropolis & Acropolis Museum tour inspired by Percy Jackson (Athens)

As you step onto the Acropolis, the ancient citadel towering over Athens, you can feel the weight of history under your feet. It's the ruins of the temples that truly transport you to another time. The most famous of these is the Parthenon, the temple that once housed the awe-inspiring Athena Parthenos statue. As you stand in the shadow of the ancient temple, you can almost hear the whispers of ancient worshippers and imagine the splendor of the goddess of wisdom and war.

And if you're a fan of Percy Jackson, a tour of the Acropolis is a must! This is the site of the final showdown between the seven demigods and their parents against the giant army in Blood of Olympus. As you wander the ruins, it's easy to imagine yourself as part of that epic battle, fighting alongside your favorite heroes and heroines.

But the Acropolis Hill isn't just a place to soak up history - it's also a place of adventure. The south slope boasts the Theater of Dionysus, named after the god of wine and theater. And if that name sounds familiar, it's because he's also known as Mr. D in the Percy Jackson series. As you sit in the ancient theater, you can almost hear the cheers of the crowds as they watch the tragedies and comedies of the ancient Greeks.

Of course, what better place to gain more information about the history behind our beloved heroes and gods, other than the Acropolis Museum? This world-class museum, located just a short distance from the Acropolis itself, holds some of the most important artifacts from ancient Greece - including those that relate directly to the gods and heroes of the Percy Jackson world. But it is the gallery dedicated to the Parthenon that will truly transport you to the world of Percy Jackson. Here, you'll find artifacts and information related to the monuments on Acropolis Hill - including the original marble that adorned the Parthenon's frieze. These metopes depicted scenes from Greek mythology, and as you gaze upon them, you can almost imagine the gods and heroes coming to life before your eyes.

Other exhibits in the museum highlight the lives and exploits of ancient Greeks, including those that relate directly to Percy Jackson's world. For example, you'll find artifacts related to the labors of Heracles (or Hercules, as he's known in Latin).

Insight: Overall, a visit to the Acropolis Museum is considered a 'must-do' and it can nicely complement a tour of the Acropolis Hill itself. Together, these two sites offer a truly immersive experience.

Entry fees for both the Acropolis and the Acropolis Museum: 35 EUR (full admission) / 20 EUR (reduced admission)

Book your Percy Jackson-inspired Acropolis and Acropolis Museum Mythology tour.

Touring The Parthenon Temple

Temple of Poseidon half-day trip from Athens

As the sun sets over the Aegean Sea, the magnificent Temple of Poseidon looms on a rocky promontory, a testament to the enduring power of the ancient Greek gods. For over two millennia, this awe-inspiring structure has stood proudly in Cape Sounion, a sacred site that pays homage to the mighty Poseidon, god of the seas and father of our beloved hero, Percy!

The Temple of Poseidon remains a breathtaking sight to behold. The ruins are well preserved, and you can explore the ancient temple's grandeur, marveling at the intricate carvings and detailed architecture that speak to the ingenuity of the ancient Greeks. Be careful, as you might discover Poseidon’s secrets while exploring the ruins of his temple! For those looking for an unforgettable half-day tour from Athens, a visit to the Temple of Poseidon is a must. As the sun begins to dip below the horizon, a truly magical experience awaits. Stay to witness the Sun Chariot, carried by the god Apollo himself, as he rides across the sky and disappears into the realm of Poseidon, a sight that will leave you in awe of the power and majesty of the ancient gods.

Entry fees: 10 EUR (full admission) / 5 EUR (reduced admission). Driving distance from Athens: 1 hour, approximately.

Percy Jackson tour at the Temple of Poseidon

Ancient Agora and Temple of Hephaestus tour in Athens

Step into a time machine and transport yourself to the ancient Agora (Marketplace), and think of how exciting it must have been to be a part of the action during those ancient times. The Agora was the place to be, where politicians, merchants, and ordinary people alike would gather to exchange ideas, trade goods, and worship the gods. It was a place of great energy and vitality, as alive and bustling as the legendary camps of Camp Half-Blood or Camp Jupiter.

If you walk around, you will find yourself standing in front of an extraordinary structure, located in the heart of the Ancient Agora, which has stood the test of time. It’s the temple of the famous Hephaestus, the god of blacksmiths, fire, and metalworking. But did you know that the Temple of Hephaestus in Athens is regarded as the best-preserved ancient temple in Greece? Not only is it a must-see destination for history buffs and architecture enthusiasts, but it's also an excellent place to capture group photos away from the hustle and bustle of other popular tourist sites.

As you immerse yourself in the sights and sounds of this magnificent temple and the surrounding Agora, allow yourself to be transported to another world, where the myths and legends of ancient Greece still echo through the ages. It's a journey that will leave you feeling inspired, enlightened, and deeply connected to the rich history of this extraordinary civilization as you discovered it via the pages of Percy Jackson’s books.

Entry fees: 10 EUR (full admission) / 5 EUR (reduced admission)

Percy Jackson tour in Ancient Agora

Temple of Olympian Zeus tour in Athens

While Zeus may be a source of frustration in the Percy Jackson novels, there's no denying his immense strength and importance. A visit to the temple devoted to the ruler of the gods, which lies a short distance from the Acropolis Hill, is something you wouldn't want to pass. In antiquity, this temple held immense significance as a site for venerating Zeus. Explore the ruins of this magnificent temple and learn all of its secrets during a guided tour with an expert, family-friendly guide. How many columns are still standing still?

While being there, take some time to admire Hadrian's Arch, a remarkable monument located outside of the temple. Built in 131 AD to commemorate the arrival of the Roman Emperor Hadrian, it served as a gateway to the city and a symbol of Roman power. The arch features intricate carvings and impressive marble columns, which have withstood the test of time. Do you think the entrance to Camp Half-Blood would look something like that?

Entry fees: 6 EUR (full admission) / 3 EUR (reduced admission)

Delphi full-day trip from Athens

Delphi, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is a place of immense historical significance and mystery. According to Greek mythology, Zeus, in order to find the center of the world, released two eagles that flew to the east and west before meeting at Delphi after circling the world. This legend has captured the imagination of many, including fans of the Percy Jackson book series.

In the Percy Jackson books, Delphi is depicted as the site of the famous Oracle of Delphi, who serves as a guide to the young demi-god Percy Jackson in his adventures. The oracle, also known as the Pythia, resided within the temple dedicated to Apollo and was believed to possess the power to see the future. As in the Percy Jackson series, the Oracle played a key role in the lives of ancient Greeks, as many would travel to Delphi to seek answers!

Fans of the Percy Jackson series can visit Delphi as a day trip from Athens and tour the ancient ruins, immersing themselves in the world of the gods. The site offers a unique glimpse into the mythology and culture that inspired the series, and visitors can imagine themselves walking in the footsteps of Percy and his friends!

Entry fees: 12 EUR (full admission) / 6 EUR (reduced admission). Driving distance from Athens: 2 hours, approximately.

 Percy Jackson tour in Delphi Greece

Ancient Corinth (Percy Jackson tour in the Peloponnese)

The archaeological sites of Ancient Corinth and Acrocorinth will give you the chance to immerse yourself in the spellbinding realm of Greek mythology! As you enjoy a guided tour of the archaeological site of the once-great town, you'll unravel enthralling tales about Percy's sire, Poseidon, the deity of the seas, and his unquenchable thirst for dominion. Listen to the legend of the intrepid hero, Jason, and his pursuit of the Golden Fleece, as you venture through the very place where he dwelled after his escapade. Unearth the story of Medea, the formidable enchantress who committed heinous acts out of love for Jason, and discover the tragic aftermath that ensued.

Climb atop Acrocorinth, the acropolis of ancient Corinth, and envision yourself as a demigod surveying the strategically-built citadel. From the summit, you'll be rewarded with awe-inspiring panoramic vistas of the surrounding countryside. Traverse the remnants of Aphrodite's Sanctuary, the Greek Goddess of Love, and hear tales of the mystical Pegasus and the Pirene fountain.

Entry fees: 8 EUR (full admission) / 4 EUR (reduced admission)

Archaeological site of Ancient Corinth

Ancient Epidaurus (Percy Jackson tour in the Peloponnese)

Epidaurus is a place that has stood the test of time, where the gods and goddesses of Greek mythology once walked and the demigods sought healing. It is a place where miracles happened, where the power of divine intervention was felt, and where the impossible became possible. As you step foot into the ruins of Epidaurus, you can feel the energy of the past flowing through you. You are now walking in the footsteps of legends, immortals, and heroes, who have all left their mark on this magical place.

The highlight of the site is the magnificent Theatre of Epidaurus, a marvel of ancient engineering with its perfect acoustics. It is as if the whispers of the gods still echo through the air, reminding us of their divine presence. As you gaze at the majestic structure, you can almost hear the cheers of the audience and the thunderous applause of the performers. Continue your Percy Jackson-inspired tour with a visit to the Asclepion of Epidaurus, the sanctuary of the god of healing, Asclepius. Here, the demigods and mortals alike sought divine intervention to cure their illnesses and injuries. Imagine the awe-inspiring power of the god of healing and his son, Apollo, tending to the sick and wounded, using their divine powers to bring hope and healing to the suffering. Do you remember the God that helped Percy and his friends and formulated the Physician’s cure? This is the best place to explore his secrets!

Entry fees: 12 EUR (full admission) / 6 EUR (reduced admission)

Theatre of Epidaurus Guided Tour

Mycenae (Percy Jackson tour in the Peloponnese)

The grand Mycenaean civilization once reigned supreme over the land we now call Greece, before vanishing into the mists of time. At its core was the illustrious city of Mycenae, which served as the legendary abode of the famed King Agamemnon. According to ancient Greek lore, this metropolis was established by Perseus, the valiant son of Zeus. We are sure that you know, as fans of Percy Jackson, that the eponymous hero is the offspring of Poseidon, God of the Seas. Nevertheless, Sally Jackson, Percy's mother, christened him after the courageous Perseus, one of the few heroes who managed to endure until the bitter end! A guided tour of this important site includes also a guided visit to the on-site archaeological museum.

Entry fees: 12 EUR (full admission) / 6 EUR (reduced admission)

The Lion Gate of Mycenae

Ancient Nemea (Percy Jackson tour in the Peloponnese)

As you step into Ancient Nemea, you're transported into a world of legend and lore, where heroes once roamed and gods held court. You can almost feel the pulse of history in the air, beckoning you to explore and discover the wonders that lie hidden here.

Approach the Stadium where ancient warriors once competed for glory and feel your heart pounding with excitement. The very ground seems to tremble beneath your feet as if urging you to take up the challenge and prove your mettle. The spirits of the champions who once graced this field seem to whisper in your ear, inspiring you to push yourself to new heights of greatness. You almost feel the presence of τηε Nemean lion, the monster that Percy defeated!

The Archaeological Museum of Nemea is a testament to the glory and wonder of the ancient Nemea. As you tour the museum, you'll find artifacts that tell stories of gods and monsters, of battles won and lost, of heroes who dared to dream big and make their mark on history. It's a place where imagination and reality merge, where the past and the present come together in a glorious celebration of the human spirit.

With every step you take in Ancient Nemea, you're reminded that you too can be a hero, that you too can make a difference in the world. You're part of a grand adventure, a journey that spans time and space, a quest to discover the magic and wonder that lies within us all. So go forth with courage and conviction, and embrace the legacy of the heroes who came before you.

Entry fees: 6 EUR (full admission) / 3 EUR (reduced admission

The Temple of Nemean Zeus

Ancient Olympia (Percy Jackson tour in the Peloponnese)

The birthplace of the Olympic games and, of course, the battleground that Percy fought with the minions of Nike! As you tour the ancient ruins of Olympia, you'll immerse yourselves in the very same sights that Percy encountered on his epic journeys. From the Temple of Hera, where the Olympic flame still burns bright during the modern Olympic games, to the imposing Temple of Zeus, where giant Polybotes attempted to foil Percy's plans in "The Son of Neptune," we'll be transported to a time when legends were born and heroes were made.

As you walk through the original Stadium and Bouleuterion, imagine yourselves standing at the starting line of the races, swords at your sides and hearts racing with anticipation. You'll feel the adrenaline pumping through your veins as you recite the oath to play by the rules, just like the ancient competitors did thousands of years ago. And what better way to celebrate your journey than to stage your own competition in the very same stadium where Percy and his friends put on a fake battle in "Blood of Olympus"? Lace-up your shoes and take to the track for a foot race that would make even the gods jealous!

Entry fees: 12 EUR (full admission) / 6 EUR (reduced admission)

 Ancient Olympia Mythology tour

Olympus Mountain - Home to the Olympian Gods

If you feel brave enough, embark on an unforgettable hiking adventure through the mythical Olympus Mountain, the same majestic peak that the legendary Percy Jackson once traversed. With its breathtaking vistas and awe-inspiring landscapes, this tour is sure to leave you spellbound. As you explore the rugged terrain, you'll follow in the footsteps of the iconic gods of Ancient Greece, as mountain Olympus was their homeplace! As the hike draws to a close, you'll find yourself standing atop one of the mountain's peaks, gazing out at the stunning panorama before you. You may even feel a sense of kinship with the heroic Percy Jackson, who once stood in this very spot, gazing out over the same magnificent vista!

Important note: While hiking on a mountain can be an exciting and rewarding experience, it's important to remember that it can also be dangerous, especially for those who are inexperienced or unfamiliar with the area. Even the most well-prepared hikers can find themselves in trouble when facing unexpected weather conditions, steep terrain, or unstable footing. That's why we strongly recommend that everyone who is planning to hike in mountainous areas should first do appropriate research and hire an expert, licensed guide. A professional guide will have the necessary experience and knowledge to ensure that you stay safe while enjoying the stunning scenery and wildlife of the mountain. They can also provide you with valuable insights and information about the flora, fauna, and geology of the area.

Percy Jackson Tour of Dion in Greece

Dion, located at the foothills of Mount Olympus, is the ancient city of the gods and heroes dedicated to no other than Zeus, king of the gods! Take some time to make your way through the ruins, and explore temples and shrines dedicated to the gods and goddesses of Greek mythology. It can be a great excursion for every Percy Jackson fan, as it will allow you to see how the mighty god Zeus was worshipped in Ancient Greece. Keep in mind that this beautiful archaeological site stands in the northern foothills of Mount Olympus, so what a great opportunity to combine this tour with a hiking tour of Olympus mountain, the place where the ancient gods lived and planned how to help (or become an obstacle) to Percy’s quests!

Entry fees: 8 EUR (full admission) / 4 EUR (reduced admission)

Ancient city of Dion

Tour of Knossos Palace (In the Footsteps of Percy in Crete)

At the heart of the once mighty Minoan civilization, which reigned supreme over the Aegean and the Mediterranean Sea, lies the magnificent palace of Knossos. It is a place steeped in legend, believed to have been the abode of the enigmatic King Minos and the fearsome Minotaur. Sadly, it is also rumored to have met its end in the wake of a devastating earthquake.

In the pages of Rick Riordan's Percy Jackson series, readers have whisked away on a thrilling adventure as Percy and Annabeth stumble upon the fabled Labyrinth during their perilous quest in the "Battle of the Labyrinth". It is here that they must face off against the monstrous Minotaurs in a struggle for survival.

Knossos is widely regarded as one of the most important archaeological sites in all of Greece and any Percy Jackson fan should take the opportunity to enjoy a guided tour when traveling to Greece. It is a place of wonder and intrigue, where visitors can immerse themselves in the captivating history of the Minoan people and explore the labyrinthine corridors of the palace itself. Over time, it has become clear that the Labyrinth of legend may have referred not to a physical maze, but rather to the complex and intricate layout of the palace, which was designed with such skill and precision that it may have seemed like a maze to those who were unfamiliar with its secrets.

For those seeking to delve deeper into the rich mythology and history of Greece, a visit to Knossos is an absolute must. It is a place that will capture the imagination and leave visitors in awe of the incredible achievements of the Minoan people.

Entry fees: 15 EUR (full admission) / 8 EUR (reduced admission)

Following Percy's adventures in Crete

Cave of Zeus tour in Crete

The cave of Zeus is a place of enchantment and mystery that has captured the imagination of countless visitors throughout the ages. This awe-inspiring cave, steeped in myth and legend, is believed to be the birthplace of the great god Zeus himself. As you descend into the depths of the cave, you can sense the power and presence of the King of the Olympians all around you. According to myth, this is where he was hidden away as a child, protected by the nymphs until he was ready to challenge his father Cronus, and claim his rightful place as king of the gods.

Explore the cave, and be struck by the stunning beauty of the rock formations and crystal-clear pools that fill the space. You can almost hear the thundering voice of Zeus as he wields his mighty lightning bolts, and you'll feel a deep sense of reverence for this powerful and awe-inspiring deity.

In the world of Percy Jackson, demigods like Percy and Annabeth would have been drawn to the magic and power of this sacred cave. They would have felt the same sense of wonder and respect that you do, as you explore this incredible space. Emerging from the cave, you'll be filled with a newfound appreciation for the enduring power of myth and the importance of bravery and determination in the face of adversity. You'll be inspired to become a hero like Percy and his friends, facing challenges with courage and strength, and making a positive impact on the world around you.

Entry fees: 6 EUR (full admission) / 3 EUR (reduced admission)

Visiting the Cave of Zeus

Guided Tour at the Temple of Apollo in Naxos

The iconic Portara of Naxos is a legendary monument steeped in the mystique of ancient times. Gaze upon the awe-inspiring sight of this colossal structure and revel in the sheer grandeur of its towering pillars, marvel at the intricate carvings, and ponder the unfathomable mysteries it keeps. After all, Naxos island is the place where Theseus left Ariadne, the woman who was to become Dionysus' wife! Let yourself wander through this mesmerizing site and discover the secrets that the Olympian gods might have left here!

 Mythology tour in Naxos

In conclusion, Greece offers an enchanting array of mythology tours that will transport you into the captivating world of Percy Jackson. Whether you're drawn to the majestic ruins of Athens, the mystical beauty of Delphi, or the ancient secrets of Crete, there's a mythological adventure waiting for every fan. These tours not only bring ancient legends to life but also allow you to immerse yourself in the rich culture and history that continue to inspire modern storytellers. So, pack your bags, grab your copy of Percy Jackson, and embark on a journey that will leave you feeling like a true demigod in the heartland of Greek mythology!

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