The dinner and show are the focus of this tour--it's important to know that before booking. Our travel agent booked this for our family of four--and we were expecting an evening tour of the city with opportunities to see the sights lit up at night, so we were disappointed. The bus picked us up at our hotel and made two other stops along the way for other guests. It was a clean, comfortable bus with A/C. The guide was an enthusiastic gentleman who really wanted everyone to have a fun/nice time. He talked a little about Athens, the language, etc. Our first stop was the Acropolis where they let us off the bus for a quick (5 minute) photo at the base of the hill. It was still broad daylight, so we didn't see how the Acropolis looked lit up at night. They asked us to take our photos quickly and return to the bus. Luckily, we had toured the Acropolis that morning and took some wonderful, close-up photos. We then continued on to the Panathenaic Stadium where we once again were asked to take a quick photo and return the bus. Other than that, the sightseeing consisted of looking out the window as we quickly passed other landmarks. The dinner was typical tourist fare--as previous reviewers have mentioned. The show encouraged spectator participation, and our two teens were happy to join in. (They said afterwards that participating in the dancing, etc. is what made the night fun.) For people who don't enjoy "getting involved" or getting up on the stage to participate, this isn't the show for you. There are better places to eat in Athens and we didn't see any sights lit up at night. This would be a great show for a large group who want to experience the Greek culture, music, dancing or even a high school group touring Athens. Overall, this isn't what we expected, but we made the most of it. Our guide/host was a delightful man who clearly wanted to share his culture with us, and I'm glad he encouraged our family to get involved because that's what made the tour worthwhile.