Greece Grand Tour

from $1950
11 Days
Group Tour
Daily departures from April to October.

Join Our Greece Tour and discover Greece like never before, visit impressive ancient sites like the Panathinaikon stadium, the Olympian Zeus Temple, The Museum in Delphi, the stunning hidden monasteries in Meteora, and the Theater of Epidaurus in Olympia. Then move to Mykonos and Santorini to enjoy the Crystal clear water and the incredibly scenic views. 

  • An English-speaking person will meet and help you with the tour briefing and orientation.
  • Every transfer is specified in the program.
  • 3 nights' lodging in Athens including breakfast.
  • 1 night's lodging in Olympia including breakfast.
  • 1 night's lodging in Delphi, depending on breakfast.
  • 1 night's lodging in Kalambaka, depending on breakfast.
  • 1 night's lodging in Mykonos, depending on breakfast.
  • 1 night's lodging in Santorini, depending on breakfast.
  • A half-day city trip led by a certified English-speaking tour guide.
  • English-speaking tour guide for the Acropolis Museum.
  • Tickets for Athens - Mykonos on a ferry with numbered seats.
  • Tickets for Mykonos - Santorini on a fast ferry with numbered seats.
  • Meals as mentioned in the itinerary
  • Santorini to Athens flight tickets.
  • Entrance fees and tickets based on the itinerary
  • Airfare for international flights
  • Greece entrance visa.
  • Any optional excursions, individual costs, tips, or any costs not specified in the schedule.
  • Hotel tax.
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Day 1: Arrival in Athens

Welcome assistance upon arrival at the Athens airport, followed by a transfer to the hotel. When you arrive at your hotel, a representative from our company will meet you there to assist with check-in and go over all the specifics of the itinerary of your Greece Tour. Overnight rest in Athens.

Day 2: Olympia to Athens

You will be traveling to the Corinth Canal today, where you will have the opportunity to take some pictures and admire this well-known waterway that links the Aegean Sea and the Gulf of Corinth. Because of this outstanding engineering achievement, ships no longer need to travel more than 400 km across the Peloponnese peninsula to reach the Ionian Sea. Your Greece Tour will continue until you arrive at the Theater of Epidaurus, known worldwide for its excellent acoustics and is still used for various performances, particularly during the summer. During your visit, you will also spend time at the Museum of Asclepius, dedicated to the father of modern medicine, before heading to the city of Nafplio, which served as the first capital of the current Greek state. As part of the journey, you will also go to Mycenae, where you will see the Prehistoric Acropolis, the Lions Gate, and the tomb of "Agamemnon". Later in the day, you will travel through the central part of the Peloponnese and reach the city of Olympia in the early evening, where you will check in at your hotel, have dinner, and rest.

Meals: Breakfast, Dinner

Day 3: Olympia to Delphi

You will go to the historic Olympic stadium in the morning, where the inaugural games took place around 776 BC. Given the widespread Greek city involvement and the hostilities that were postponed throughout the festivities, the significance of these games was generally acknowledged. In all of Tours of Greece, the Olympiad was acknowledged as the only event that could be considered chronological and served as a general representation of the four-year gap between the two events. A site to worship Zeus, the most prominent of the gods, Olympia was also the most significant temple in Ancient Greece. One of the seven wonders of the ancient world was the enormous sculpture Phidias
created out of gold and ivory. You will continue your journey via the Rio-Antirion suspension bridge, a contemporary engineering marvel, till you arrive at your destination after seeing the Museum of Olympia. When you get to Delphi, you will enjoy dinner and well-deserved relaxation.

Meals: Breakfast, Dinner

Day 4: Delphi to Kalambaka

After breakfast, your Greece Tour continues as you will visit the archeological site of Delphi in the morning after breakfast. Delphi is a UNESCO World Heritage site and the "navel" of the ancient world. Here was where the famed Oracle of Delphi, a guide for kings and travelers, could be located. Visit the Museum, where you may see the "Bronze Charioteer" a magnificent masterpiece of Greek art. After your tour of Delphi, you will leave the mountain's slopes and move into the plains of Thessaly, where the city of Kalambaka is situated. After arriving in the town of Kalambaka, you will have dinner and get some rest.

Meals: Breakfast, Dinner

Day 5: Kalambaka to Meteora, and Athens

You'll go to Meteora first thing in the morning; a place UNESCO designated a World Heritage Site in 1988. The perpetual monasteries suspended or "Meteora" on top of the enormous rocks are a fascinating presence in this enigmatic region along with the natural splendor. Only six are in use at the moment, five for the male monastic community and one for the female. You'll make a quick detour in Thermopylae on the way back to Athens to visit the statue of Spartan King Leonidas, who is well-known for leading the war against the Persians in 480 BC. You'll arrive in Athens in the late afternoon, and we'll drive you to your hotel then. Take note: Sleeveless garments and shorts that are higher than the knee are not permitted inside monasteries. If guests do not have such attire to cover themselves with, skirts, shawls, and pants are supplied at the Monasteries' entrance.

Meals: Breakfast

Day 6: Athens City Tour

You will start the panoramic tour of the Athenian Neoclassical Center at the designated time after breakfast, taking in the Panathenaic Stadium, the Temple of Zeus, Hadrian's Gate, the University, the Library, and the National Academy, the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, among many other significant cultural landmarks. The certified English-speaking Trip Guide who is with you on this tour will fill you in on all you need to know about their history and background. The "sacred rock" the beautiful Acropolis and the Acropolis Museum will be your next trip. Both venues' entry fees are included. After the tour, you have the option of going back to your accommodation or going on your own trip through the lovely and quaint streets of Plaka. Spend the night in Athens finishing the 6th day of your Greece Tour.

Meals: Breakfast

Day 7: Athens to Mykonos

Breakfast. Your assistant will pick you up in one of our vehicles early in the morning and drive you to the port of Piraeus, where you will catch a boat to the well-known island of Mykonos. The crossing is planned during the best time of day to take advantage of the sun on the deck and see the Aegean Sea's intense blue. You will be met when you arrive on the island and taken to your accommodation. You can rest and get a feeling of the islanders' "slow" way of life during the remaining hours of the day. Spend the night in Mykonos.

Meals: Breakfast

Day 8: Relax in Mykonos

Breakfast. You’ll take the day off to enjoy this wonderful island. The worldwide "jet set" congregates in Mykonos, which is known for its stunning beaches, eye-catching boutiques, and exciting nightlife. This little island, which has been inhabited since 3000 B.C., was one of the most significant cultural hubs in ancient times. Spend the night in Mykonos.

Meals: Breakfast

Day 9: Mykonos - Santorini ( Fast-Ferry)

Kick off the 9th day of your Greece Tour with a delicious breakfast, then we will pick you up at the scheduled time in one of our cars, and we'll bring you to the port so you can continue on to Santorini, the island that never runs out of ways to inspire. You will be welcomed and driven to your accommodation after unloading. All day long is free. Spend the night in Santorini.

Meals: Breakfast

Day 10: Relax in Santorini

Breakfast. Day off to leisurely explore this enchanted isle, which is thought to be the Atlantis-like lost continent. Giacomo Barozzi, a Venetian, gave the island its name because it had a church dedicated to Saint Eirini. Spend the night in Santorini.

Meals: Breakfast

Day Day 11: Final Departure from Santorini

This is the end of your Greece Tour, you will be driven to the airport in Santorini at the scheduled time, where you will catch a flight back to Athens. Your arrival at the airport will coincide with your international flight, which should depart no later than 12:30 p.m.

Meals: Breakfast

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