Surrounded by crystal blue waters all around, Greece has 2000 islands among which only 160 are inhabited. It has everything that a traveler could ask for, starting from history and culture, huge mountains, golden beaches, and ancient ruins. Along with the history, the culture in music, food, and festivals is strongly held up high here. Next is quite a rare place that you find a place with almost everything. Turkey is one such rare gem.
Upon arrival at Athens Airport, meet our representative and proceed to your hotel. Overnight at Athens.
Early morning departure today for the Island of Santorini, where you can relax on the beach, Overnight stay in Santorini.
Today’s tour is on a boat trip in the world’s biggest volcanic crater above sea level. Visit the active volcano, swim in the warm thermal waters, and take a therapeutic mud bath.
Arrive in Mykonos and explore the white-washed town or head for the beach before experiencing the completely outrageous Mykonian nightlife.
Spend the day on the beach, stroll around the town, or take a trip to one of the small villages. This Mecca of Ancient Greece is today an island-wide, an open-air museum.
Today you will catch a mid-day ferry heading towards the island of Samos and then another ferry to Kusadasi, Turkey. Overnight in Kusadasi.
Visit ruins of Hierapolis, the Temple of Apollo, Necropolis, and stroll over the magnificent white calcium terraces of Pamukkale. This afternoon we will enjoy a display of locally handcrafted leather goods.
History tour today with a guided tour of Ephesus and a visit to the Temple of Artemis. Feel the mystical atmosphere of the ancient city and theatre. Carpet weaving has long traditions in Turkey and at the carpet village, we learn how the carpets are made by hand what determines their value.
Visit Troy and its famed Trojan Horse, followed by a tour of the magnificent acropolis of Pergamon. Its impressive temples and library made it a renowned cultural and political centre in its time.
Explore the town of Canakkale before an afternoon tour of the WW1 battlefields of Gallipoli including Lone Pine and Chunuk Bair Memorials, ANZAC Cove, The Nek, Johnston’s Jolly, original trenches and tunnels. After the tour we continue on to Istanbul.
Exotic city that spans both Europe and Asia visiting the Topkapi Palace, Blue Mosque, St Sophia Museum, and the Hippodrome. Cruise between two continents on the stretch of water that separates Europe from Asia in the afternoon with an optional ‘Half day Bosphorous cruise’
Transfer ferry to Athens where our tour concludes. Take a souvenir from the city of heritage and end your happy holiday.
You can reach out to us for flight ticket booking and we assure you to provide the best price available for your journey.
Euro is widely accepted throughout the country. Currency Exchange can be done at the airport.
Well Yes, You can change the accomodation before the final confirmation of the tour. It can be customised as per your preference. Our team will be there to assist you to get the best.
Greeks speak Greek, you can absolutely get by on just English. English is widely spoken by those in the hospitality industry and heavily touristed areas, and since it’s part of the standard school curriculum, you’ll find that a majority of people under 40 speak it with varying proficiency.
When planning meal times and restaurant reservations, keep in mind that Greeks eat late. For lunch, this means 2 pm at the earliest; for dinner, crowds start trickling in after 9 pm (and even later once the heat dies down in summer months).
Cash is king in Greece! While most shops and hotels accept credit cards, many smaller businesses and restaurants do not. ATMs are available in airports and cities, but smaller towns and villages may only have one or even no ATMs available. It is best to have a decent amount of cash for small purchases or emergencies.
The best time to visit Greece and the Greek Islands is autumn, September to mid-October, or spring and early summer, mid-April to mid-June. This way, you’ll avoid the tourist-packed high season and the summer heat. Heatwaves of 40 °C (100 °F) are common in August.
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