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15 Day / 14 Night Greece Tour package for two

The moment you reach our beautiful country, you’ll have so many options to choose from. Our Greece tours showcase the mainland, allow you to explore the islands, or do a little bit of both! Wonderful landscapes, world heritage monuments, religious pilgrimages, vibrant traditional culture, intense social life, important cultural events and all kinds of sports activities are just some of Greece’s unique attractions waiting for you. Whatever you are into, an amazing experience of Ancient Greece tours awaits. We’re eagerly waiting to personalize your trip with the very best Greece tours available.

Trip Package Includes

Hotel Accomodation
Breakfast at All Locations
Private transfers to and from all ports and airports
Domestic air and High speed ferry tickets

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Day One

Welcome to athens!

Private Transfer from Athens International Airport:

Upon your arrival in Athens, the driver will be waiting for you right outside the Arrivals Hall holding a sign with your name to transfer you to your hotel. Our representative will wait for you in the hotel to welcome you and brief you about your trip. Check in and enjoy free time for relaxation or a stroll through the capital of Greece.

Day two

Panoramic Sightseeing in Athens - Group Tour

On day 2, you will travel through time between the “old” and the “new” Athens. You will marvel at the magnificent ancient ruins of the past and explore the modern architecture of the city. You will have the chance to visit the Acropolis, an exquisite landmark of Athens, exhibiting its glorious history along with the Parthenon, the Propylea, the temple of Athena, Nike, and the Erechtheion. Other equally impressive and historic sites are the Roman Temple of Olympic Zeus and the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier which is housed with the Parliament House in Syntagma (Constitution) Square. 

Do not miss the chance to visit the Panathinaiko Stadium (Kallimarmaro), where the first Olympic Games were held in 1896. In Syntagma Square, as well as downtown, you can marvel at state buildings and neoclassical structures of the 19th century like the Catholic Cathedral, the Academy of Athens, and the national library. Last but not least, do not leave Athens without visiting one of the most exceptional contemporary museums worldwide: the New Acropolis Museum, which fully displays the magnitude and glory of Athens and its architectural and cultural style.

Price includes:

  • Greece Tours Guide (Athens Sightseeing – The Parthenon & The New Acropolis Museum)
  •  Entrance fees (Athens Sightseeing – The Parthenon & The New Acropolis Museum)

Day three

Private Tour of The National Archeological Museum of Athens

The National Archeological Museum of Athens – Private Tour (10:00 – 15:00):

The National Archeological Museum of Athens is the most famous archaeological museums to visit during Greece tours. It is one of the richest in the world concerning ancient Greek art. Its collections are representative of all the cultures that flourished in Greece. The construction of the museum was begun in 1866 and completed in 1889, with the gradual addition of the north, west, south, and east wings throughout the rest of the 1800s.

The building was erected within a large plot donated by Helen Tositsa, with the financial support of Demetrios and Nicolaos Vernardakis, the Archaeological Society and the Greek state. The building of the museum was originally designed by the architect Ludwig Lange but his plans were partially modified by Panages Kalkos and later, by Harmodios Vlachos and Ernst Ziller, who completely rearranged the facade and changed the plan of the east wing and the central hall. 

Two additions were made on the east side of the building; a new wing was constructed in the early 20th century based on the plans of Anastasios Metaxas and a two-storeyed building, designed by G. Nomikos, was erected in 1932-39. The museum contains collections of : Prehistoric items, Sculpture, Pottery and Minor, Bronzes, Egyptian Art and more.

Price includes:

  •  Guide (The National Archeological Museum of Athens – Private Greece Tours)
  •  Entrance fees (The National Archeological Museum of Athens – Private Greece Tours)
  •  Transfer from and to Hotel (The National Archeological Museum of Athens – Private Greece Tours)

Day four

Group Tour of Mycenae, the Kingdom of Mythical Agamemnon

Grand Tour of Greece:

Depart in the morning for the Canal of Corinth for a quick coffee or snapshot of the famous canal. Our next stop will be at Epidaurus, visiting the Ancient Theatre with its outstanding acoustics and then passing by the Bay of Nafplion. Here we will have a short stop in the picturesque town of Nafplion. Continuing through the plain of Argos, we arrive at Mycenae, legendary home of the Lions Gate and the Tomb of King Agamemnon. We’ll end the day with a drive through the Central Peloponnese, passing the towns of Tripoli and Megalopolis, arriving in Olympia, the birthplace of the Olympic Games for dinner and an overnight stay.

Price includes:

  •  Dinner
  •  Guide (Grand Greece Tours)
  •  Entrance fees (Grand Greece Tours)

Day five

Group Tour of Olympia, the Birthplace of the Olympic Games

Olympia is the most celebrated sanctuary of ancient Greece, dedicated to Zeus, the father of the gods, it sprawls over the southwest foot of Mount Kronios, at the confluence of the Alpheios and the Kladeos rivers. Although secluded near the west coast of the Peloponnese, Olympia became the most important religious and athletic centre in Greece. Its fame rests upon the Olympic Games, which was held every four years to honor Zeus. You’ll visit this archaeological site & the museum before driving to Rion, across the channel to Antirrion, onto the new state of the art suspended bridge, considered to be the longest and most modern in Europe. You will then arrive in Nafpaktos and continue to Delphi for dinner and an overnight stay.

Price includes:

  •  Breakfast
  •  Dinner
  •  Greece Tours Guide (4 Days Classical Tour and Meteora)
  •  Entrance fees (4 Days Classical Tour and Meteora)

Day six

Group Tour of Delphi, the Navel of the Earth

Grand Tour of Greece:

Next is Delphi, “The Navel of the Earth.” Here you will visit the Delphi Museum containing the famous bronze Charioteer, the statue of Antinoos, and the athlete Aghias. You’ll also visit the ancient Delphi Sanctuary, with its renowned ruins of the “Omphalos” (Navel) of the Ancient world. You will feel the mystery in the “Temple of Apollo” where Pythia was seated when giving out her predictions of the future. You can gaze upon the “Castalia Spring” with two monumental fountains receiving water from the spring for the last 3000 years. You are then free to spend the afternoon relaxing or exploring Delphi at your own leisure. Dinner and an overnight stay are also included. 

Price includes:

  •  Breakfast
  •  Dinner
  •  Greece Tours Guide (Grand Tour of Greece)
  •  Entrance fees (Grand Tour of Greece)

Day Seven

Group Tour of the Breathtaking Meteora

Grand Tour of Greece:

In the morning, we start with a drive through central Greece, passing the towns of Amphissa, Lamia and Trikala before arriving in Kalambaka. In the afternoon you will visit the well-known Meteora, with its awe inspiring Byzantine Monasteries constructed on top of huge rocks, seemingly suspended in mid-air. After the tour you will enjoy dinner and an overnight stay.

Price includes:

  •  Breakfast
  •  Dinner
  •  Greece Tours Guide (Grand Tour of Greece)
  •  Entrance fees (Grand Tour of Greece)

Day Eight

Group Tour of the City of Thessaloniki

Grand Tour of Greece:

We start the day with a drive past Trikala and Larissa to visit the sacred Macedonian town of Dion, which lies at the foot of Mount Olympus. Continuing on, we’ll head for Thessaloniki, the largest town in Northern Greece. Next stop is the Museum of Thessaloniki and sightseeing trip of the city. After the tour you will enjoy dinner and an overnight stay.

Price includes:

  •  Breakfast
  •  Dinner
  •  Greece Tours Guide (Grand Tour of Greece)
  •  Entrance fees (Grand Tour of Greece)

Day Nine

Group Tour of Pella & Vergina - The Kingdom of Alexander the Great

Grand Tour of Greece:

In the morning, you’ll drive to and visit Pella, which at the end of 5th century B.C was the capital of Alexander the Great’s Macedonian kingdom. You’ll then continue to Vergina to visit the tomb of King Phillip (father of Alexander the Great) and the famous “Vergina Treasures”. Then you’ll move on to Lefkadia to visit the excavations and end the day with a return to Thessaloniki via Veria for dinner and an overnight stay.

Price includes:

  •  Greece Tours Guide (Grand Tour of Greece)
  •  Entrance fees (Grand Tour of Greece)

Day Ten

Return to Athens via Thermolylae

Grand Tour of Greece:

Today you will start the return drive to Athens through the Tempi Valley, Larisa, Lamia. Along the way, you will visit Thermopylae and the Leonida Monument, famous for the ancient battle that took place there in 480 B.C. 

Price includes:

  •  Breakfast
  •  Guide (Grand Tour of Greece)
  •  Entrance fees (Grand Tour of Greece)

Day Eleven

Flight from Athens to Chania

Private Transfer to Athens International Airport:

The driver will be waiting for you in the lobby of the hotel to transfer you to Athens International Airport.

Flight from Athens to Chania:

Duration of the trip is approximately 50 minutes.

Private Transfer from the Airport to the hotel:

The driver will be waiting for right outside the arrivals hall of the airport to transfer you to your hotel. Check-in and enjoy some free time for the rest of your day.

Day Twelve

Private Greece Tours of the 7 Villages of Apokoronas

On day 12, you will take a tour of the unique area of Apokoronas, the East part of Chania Region. On the way to Apokoronas, one of the first villages is Aptera. We will visit the ancient city with its Roman theatre and the monastery of Saint John. The water cisterns and the ruins of the market will appear a few meters away. Next you will enjoy the breathtaking view of Souda bay from the Ottoman fortress of Aptera. Stand there and admire the 360-degree view from this high point. You will follow a route through nature and traditional Cretan villages like Stylos and Armenoi until you arrive in Gavalochori village to visit the folklore museum of Apokoronas, 7 rooms of Cretan tradition and unique, handmade knitting artworks. You also will be shown the mind-blowing knitting technique of “Kopaneli”.

We will visit Kalives village move on to the Vrises Village to enjoy a cup of Greek coffee and admire its endless natural beauty. Next is the village of Emprosneros, where the ruins of Alidakis (the Ottoman commander of Apokoronas) Tower stands. We also visit the hidden church of St. Antony.

The experience of Cretan cheese-making process follows. We visit a cheese factory and taste the local “Graviera” “Mizithra” or “Anthotiros” cheese varieties. After that we will visit Vafes, Vatoudiatis or Alikampos (depending on the season).

Next is lunch in a traditional “kafeneio” in Fres village, where you can speak with the locals and learn many things about the countryside way of life. Apokoronas is one of the most historical places in Crete because of its people and culture. After a few moments of talking with them and hearing their stories, this will make a lot more sense. Apokoronas is waiting to reveal its secrets; your expedition awaits!


  • Learn the ancient knitting way of “Kopaneli” 
  • Visit the ancient city of Aptera and the Ottoman fort
  • Sit by the river and enjoy a cup of coffee
  • Visit the folklore museum of Apokoronas
  • Visit the tower of Alidakis
  • Visit a Cheese factory
  • Unique hidden monasteries and churches
  • Walking in the fields and the pure nature
  • Learn about the Cretan way of life – live like a Cretan
  • Lunch at a traditional “Kafeneio” with the locals
  • Chauffeured private tour ensures a more relaxing and personal experience
  • Discover the history and mythology of Crete

Price includes:

  •  Lunch

Day Thirteen

Private Transfer from Chania to Heraklion

Private Transfer from Chania to Heraklion:

Duration of the trip is approximately 2 hours. 

Day Fourteen

Private Tour of The Palace of Knossos & The City of Heraklion

Explore the Palace of Knossos and Heraklion – Private Tour (10:00 – 15:00):

Discover one of Ancient Greece’s most fascinating treasures, the Palace of Knossos. Dating back to 1900 BC, it was the hub of Crete’s Minoan civilization where the mythical Minotaur was once said to have lurked in a labyrinth. Learn all the legends of this ancient civilization, the oldest in Europe, as you explore the treasures of its most famous palace including the throne room, royal apartments and frescoes. 

Next, proceed to the beautiful old town of Heraklion for a guided tour and the chance to look around the old harbor and browse the market for souvenirs. For culture and history, tours don’t get much better than this!

According to Greek mythology, King Minos dwelt in the Palace of Knossos and constructed a giant labyrinth to contain his son, the ferocious Minotaur. Learn the legend of the Minotaur and how it was finally killed by the Athenian hero Theseus as you walk around the fascinating archeological site. See the throne room where ancient kings once ruled, walk through the royal apartments that housed monarchs and their families thousands of years ago and admire the beautiful frescoes that have been preserved through time. 

Then head down to Heraklion, Crete’s picturesque capital for a mini-guided tour. Take in the city walls and the old harbor, which was dominated by a 16th century Venetian fortress. Explore the city at your own leisure and take the opportunity to peruse the local market stalls and shops or simply relax with a drink in the many pretty waterside cafés. 

Price includes:

  •  Guide (Explore the Palace of Knossos and Heraklion – Private Tour)
  •  Entrance fees (Explore the Palace of Knossos and Heraklion – Private Tour)

Day Fifteen

Flight from Heraklion to Athens - Goodbye Greece!

Private Transfer from the Hotel to Airport:

The driver will be waiting for you in the lobby of your hotel to transfer you to the airport.

Flight from Heraklion to Athens:

Duration of the trip is approximately 50 minutes.



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Per Person in a Double Room



Per Person in a Double Room


Included Services

  • Meet and Greet Service
  • Hotel Accommodation at all locations
  • Private Transfers from and to ports and airports as mentioned in the itinerary
  • All Organized Tours as mentioned in the itinerary
  • All Air and Ferry Tickets as mentioned in the itinerary
  • Professional English Speaking Guides on all Greece tours
  • Entrance and admission fees for all tours
  • 24 hour emergency contact number
  • All Local Taxes

Excluded Services

  • International Flights
  • Visa Expenses
  • Stay Over Tax

As of January 1st 2018, a Stayover Tax will be imposed, to all hotels in Greece as follows:

  • 1* Hotels: 0.50 Euros Per Room / Per Night
  • 2* Hotels: 0.50 Euros Per Room / Per Night
  • 3* Hotels: 1.50 Euros Per Room / Per Night
  • 4* Hotels: 3 Euros Per Room / Per Night
  • 5* Hotels: 4 Euros Per Room / Per Night

The Stayover Tax will be paid by the guests locally at the hotel receptions upon checkout. 

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