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Vorres Museum

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1 Parodos Diadochou Konstantinou Street, Paiania 999-20 Greece
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Paiania-KantzaAthens Metro50 min
KoropiAthens Metro76 min
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 Private Wine Tasting Experience of Greek Awarded Wines in Athens
Wine Tasting & Winery Tours

Private Wine Tasting Experience of Greek Awarded Wines in Athens

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Greece is one of the oldest regions ever to produce wine, with the earliest evidence of wine production going back at least 6,500 years. After your private pick up with a luxury car, you will be transported in a charming location outside Athens, where you will experience a unique tasting of Worldwide Award winning Greek Labels in 2 of the best local wineries. At these scenic places, begin your journey through history, learning how to identify, select and taste wines from an expert sommelier. <br><br>Learn how to understand the strengths and characters of different varieties of Greek grapes. Then, with a private tour at the wine museum you will have the opportunity to experience the old traditional way of wine harvest and wine processing through photographs and by observing the evolution of machinery used from the 19th century.<br><br>Discover the age-old winemaking in Athens.<br>Visit 2 local vineyards and a wine museum.<br>Taste worldwide award winning wines. <br>Private luxury transportation.
$153.77 per adult
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mara k wrote a review Jan 2018
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The place is lovely, it connects the old and the new with its two types of collections (folk and contemporary art). Very interesting and different approach/suggestion to organize receptions, as well, for social/professional reasons. Very kind staff. It's worth your time and visit.
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Date of experience: January 2018
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Ozlem S wrote a review Dec 2017
Istanbul, Turkey1086 contributions212 helpful votes
We had our business dinner gala there as the museum was closed for us. Good museum with some amazing arts and sculptures in the yard.
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Date of experience: December 2017
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Abipharm wrote a review Dec 2017
Lagos, Nigeria104 contributions53 helpful votes
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This museum tells history and showcases the traditional Greek culture. It also treated us to Classical Greek 3-course delicacies.
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Date of experience: November 2017
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NFratzeskos wrote a review Oct 2017
Athens, Greece157 contributions68 helpful votes
One of the richest art and greek tradition museums with a unique and welcoming atmosphere worth visiting.
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Date of experience: November 2016
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Maria S wrote a review Jul 2017
Liverpool, United Kingdom194 contributions11 helpful votes
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My cousin had her wedding here, it was absolutely gorgeous. The old home and museum were icing on the cake and for someone who enjoys culture, it's an excellent visit if you're visiting Greece and are willing to take a trip to the suburbs of Athens. The owner went to people's homes from the village of Peania and collected things that were not being conserved or honored, and has the foresight to create not only an old home decorated with traditional items, but also to include art from famous modern Greek artists. Definitely worth a visit or a consideration if you're holding an event.
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Date of experience: July 2017
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