Get an up-close look at Ancient Greece on this 2-day tour of Delphi and Meteora. Departing from Athens, follow a knowledgeable guide through the UNESCO-listed site at Delphi, discovering the Sanctuary of Apollo and the rest of the area's rich history. Then pass through the scenic towns of Amphissa, Lamia and Trikala before relaxing in 3- or 4-star accommodations in Kalambaka for the night. Top off your trip on Day Two with a visit to the famous monasteries of Meteora, once a safe haven for monks fleeing the fall of the Roman Empire.
From the classic ancient Olympic Stadium at Olympia to the famous rock-tower monasteries of Meteora and Nafplio , the first capital of modern Greece - you'll visit some of the most iconic sites in Greece on this five-day tour from Athens.
Starts and ends in Athens, Our 5-day ‘Apollo’ tour combines three beautiful Greek islands on a full-day cruise, one of Greece's most historic archaeological sites of Delphi and capital Athens and it’s Acropolis where history comes alive, dedicated to the goddess Athena, it’s a symbol of the wealth and power of Athens at its apex.
Visit Greek capital of Athens before embarking on your 3-nights Greek Islands cruise and exploring Patmos where St. John the Divine wrote the Revelation, then to Crete for the famous capital of Heraklion, wander the charming white-washed narrow alleyways of Santorini and Greece’s jet-set island of Mykonos. Tour ends with a transfer on the last day from the cruise ship to the airport.
Spend seven days on the footsteps of St. Paul in Greece and get an introduction to the country’s classical sites with this grand tour from Athens. Relieve the glory of Ancient Greece with visits to Olympia, Meteora, Delphi, Lefkadia and Thessaloniki. This experience includes round-trip transport, selected meals, the services of a professional guide, six nights of accommodation and entrance fees to all the major museums and archaeological sites.
One day longer version of our 6-day 'Danae' tour. Additional day is dedicated to the island of Rhodes, the largest of the Dodecanese Islands and one of Europe's largest medieval towns with ramparts and palaces built during the Crusades.