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Luxury private tours to Greece and the Greek Islands

Some travelers won’t settle for just a taste of the Greek experience. We’re here to guide you while you experience everything Greece has to offer.

Greece Private tours​

From 8 - 14 days

Athens & luxurious islands adventure

From 5 - 11 days

The ancient treasures of Greece

Culture & History
From 12 - 17 days

Journey to the ancient world

From 8 - 14 days

Explore the Islands and cultural highlights

From 5 - 10 days

Athens & the Cyclades Islands

Introduction to Greece

Greece welcomes every traveler with open arms. Whether you’re drawn to the vibrant life of cities like Athens and Thessaloniki or the serene charm of seaside villages on its many islands, Greece has something perfect for you. Discover the country through the eyes of locals with the help of expert guides, savoring the beauty of the present and the rich history that spans centuries. From ancient ruins to modern marvels, Greece promises an unforgettable journey.

When to travel?

Greece has a Mediterranean climate with plenty of sunshine, mild temperatures, and a limited amount of rainfall. The sun is shining over Greece all year round. 

The climate is one of the best in Europe, with mild winters and very hot summers, ideal to travel.

Where to Travel?

Discover the magic of Greece, where ancient history meets stunning landscapes. Explore Athens’ iconic Acropolis, unwind on the sun-kissed beaches of Santorini, and wander through the charming streets of Mykonos.

Greece offers a perfect blend of culture and relaxation!

Ideal duration

To truly experience Greece, plan for around 1-2 weeks. This allows you to explore ancient ruins, relax on beautiful beaches, and discover charming villages. Whether you spend your time on the mainland or the islands, you’ll enjoy a perfect mix of culture, relaxation, and adventure!

How to get around?

Getting around Greece is easy with various options. Ferries are great for island hopping, while buses and trains serve the mainland. Renting a car gives you flexibility to explore. In cities like Athens, the metro, buses, and taxis are convenient for short distances.

Greece Travel Advice

How to Plan a Trip to Italy and Greece

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When to Travel to Greece

Choosing the best time to visit Greece is crucial and can greatly affect your overall travel experience.

Greece in October

Greece in October is a hidden treasure waiting to be explored, offering mild weather, fewer tourists, and rich cultural experiences.

Greece in June

In June, Greece offers stunning destinations like Santorini, Mykonos, and Crete, perfect for exploring.

Greece in July

July in Greece is warm and sunny, 25-35°C, ideal for beach visits and outdoor activities like swimming and sunbathing.

Greece in January

In January, Greece offers diverse activities and attractions, with plenty to do despite the winter season.

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Why Travel with Trips2Greece?

Individually designed

Tailored just for you, our trips are individually designed to match your desires, ensuring a luxurious and personalized experience.

Responsible Travel

Our trips prioritize responsible travel, ensuring your journey positively impacts local communities and the environment.

Flexible Travel

Our flexible travel options allow you to customize every aspect of your trip, ensuring a truly personalized and stress-free experience.

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Entrust your trip to us, where every detail is meticulously crafted for an unforgettable experience.

Local experts

Based in Athens with over 20 years of experience, we tailor luxury trips showcasing Greece's best-kept secrets.

Finest guides

Our experienced and knowledgeable team ensures you explore Greece with unparalleled insight and expertise.

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Our family-owned and operated travel agency is here to guide the way, no matter what you are looking for. It’s time to start planning the trip of a lifetime, we can’t wait to assist you!

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Independent experts with more than 25 years of experience:

  • We are native Greeks based in Athens
  • We know the destinations by heart
  • We love to make your trip unique
  • We have local connections all over Greece

Experiences for everyone

Greece Travel reviews

“Domna was phenomenal in planning our trip to Greece! The hotels, private transfers and tours were thoughtfully planned and customized for us.
Thank you so much! Looking forward to the next trip!”

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Debi Corrigan

“Wonderful 2 weeks in Greece!!! Domna worked with us to customize our vacation the way we wanted it to be. Athens, Mykonos, Naxos and Santorini. All hotels, transfers, ferries and tours worked perfectly with no issues. Domna did a fantastic job, I highly recommend her!!!!”

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Greece is considered one of the safest destination countries in the world. Travelers are, of course, advised to use the normal precautions that they would in any other European country.

Your children can really have the time of their lives here. Smiley faces and hospitality, family warmth and peace, security, untouched nature, and magnificent food give a unique combination, making Greece the number one family destination worldwide. Either way, mums and dads, be prepared to relax and have a good time in a country where everyone, young and old is a kid!

Greece is a European Union member; euros have been the official currency of Greece since 2001. Having some euros in your pocket when you arrive can give you peace of mind for the start of your trip. Banks will have the best exchange rates but your best bet in getting local currency is to use your debit card via ATMs located everywhere throughout Greece.

Although the official language is Greek, a large majority of people in the tourist industry speak English. English is also part of the standard school curriculum, therefore, most Greek’s will have a good command of the English language as well as a few other languages as well (ex. French, German, Italian, etc).

Greek is a particularly difficult language to pick up, so no one will be upset if you do not speak any Greek. Greeks are friendly people who are always eager to help and love it when they hear a stranger speaking their language. So, when planning your trip to Greece, try to learn a few common Greek words like ‘please’ (parakalo), ‘thank you’ (efharisto) and ‘hello’ (yasou) and you will get a favorable response as you try to communicate with the locals.

Street signs in the cities are typically bilingual, but if you’re heading further afield, it’s worth learning the Greek alphabet as well, to help you navigate.

Greece is a Member-State of the European Union, and has signed the Schengen Agreement. While traveling within the E.U., you only need your Identity card. However, a passport is necessary for a number of other transactions, such as currency exchange, purchases, etc.

Visas are not required by European citizens from countries that are part of the Schengen Area. Greece as a member of the Schengen Agreement, has abolished controls on common internal lands, at air and sea borders and allows Member-State citizens to travel around without a visa for a short stay period of up to three (3) months. However, keep in mind that airlines and other carriers require a valid passport and/or identity card.

Citizens coming from countries that have not yet joined the Schengen Area may require a visa to enter Greece. The E.U. visitors from these countries can acquire further information from the Hellenic Embassies or Consulates in their countries, or from their travel agencies. Before visiting Greece, please consult the detailed information on the Ministry of Foreign Affairs’ website and find out whether you require a Visa. Note: During your stay in Greece, if you require a Visa, you are advised to have suitable insurance coverage for emergency medical or other needs.

Greece has public holidays of which some are fixed into a certain date and others are moveable:

Public Holidays in Greece That Are Fixed

  • New Years Day: 1st of January
  • Epiphany: 6th of January|
  • 25th of March: Independence Day & Celebration of Evangelismos (Annunciation)
  • 1st of May. Labor Day: Flower feasts all around Greece.
  • 15th of August: Assumption of the Virgin Mary
  • 28th of October: National Celebration
    Christmas: 25th-26th of December


Public Holidays in Greece That and change every year

  • Ash Monday: 41 days before Easter. It is the day people begin the Lent. On Ash Monday Greeks fly kites, eat meatless food and celebrate Koulouma.
  • Easter: From Holy Friday until Easter Monday.
  • Pentecost: It is celebrated 50 days after Easter

20% of the total trip price is to be paid upon booking and the remaining 80% must be paid one month before the trip’s start date.

The payment plan may vary for certain custom itinerary tours. Your Trips 2 Greece consultant will specify cancellation fees prior to making your reservation.

– up to 30 days before the trip start date, a cancellation fee equal to the previously agreed down payment or equal to 20% applies
– from 15 to 29 days before the trip start date, 30% of the total price of the trip is non-refundable
– from 7 to 14 days before the trip start date, 60% of the total price of the trip is non-refundable
– 6 days or less before the trip start date, 100% of the total price of the trip is non-refundable
Any cancellation request must be submitted in writing.

Cancellation Fees may vary for certain custom itinerary tours. Your Trips 2 Greece consultant will specify cancellation fees prior to making your reservation.