|1 Day Cruise to Hydra with lunch 8:45 AM
In the morning, travel by bus from Athens to Marina Trokadero, to embark the cruise boat en route to Hydra. Upon arrival, have time to walk or swim. Board again and sail for via Poros and the seashore of Peloponnisos to Aegina. Enjoy lunch on board. Arrive at Aegina for time to swim before returning to Trokadero. (L) Departs at 8:45 AM. Pick up from hotel Pick-up from hotel approximately 30-60 minutes prior to departure time.
|1 Day Delphi Tour with lunch (4)
Today, enjoy a relaxing drive through the fertile plain of Boeotia, crossing the ancient towns of Thebes and Levadia. Enjoy a short stop in the small town of Arachova, famous for its colorful rugs and handmade carpets. Arrive at Delphi, the spiritual center of the Ancient World. Here, in one of Greeces oldest villages, visit the Treasury of the Athenians, the Temple of Apollo, and the Delphi Museum, which houses such masterpieces of ancient Greek sculpture as the bronze Charioteer and the famous Athlete Aghias. Following your museum visit, enjoy lunch in the village of Delphi. (L) Departs at 8:45 a.m. Pick-up from the hotel approximately 30-60 minutes prior to departure time. Drop-off at the hotel
|Acropolis Museum Tour
Join a guided tour of the Acropolis Museum which houses thousands of artifacts found at the archeological site of the Acropolis of Athens. Recently opened in June 2009, the museum is more than ten times the size of the previous museum and provides interesting views of the excavation sites through the gallerys glass floor.
|Athens by Night with Dinner
Begin the evening with a walking tour of the Plaka, including its hidden features and antiquities. Afterward, enjoy dinner in a local Greek restaurant where you will toast the evening with a drink of Ouzo. *Additional drinks at the restaurant are not included
|Athens Cape Sounion
Drive along the coast, past the beaches of Glyfada, Vouliagmeni, and Varkiza to Cape Sounion, the most southern point of Attica, Cape Sounion. See the white marble pillars of the Temple of Posseidon, and view the Saronic Gulf, along with the little islands offshore. Following, time to walk at leisure on the rocky promontory of Sounion. Departs at 3:00 p.m. Pick-up from hotel approximately 30-60 minutes prior to departure time. Tour ends at hotel.
|Dinner in Athens
Begin the evening with a panoramic drive though illuminated Athens. Continue to the lively Plaka, the oldest section of Athens and the most picturesque, located under the slopes of the Acropolis. Here, enjoy a 3-course meal of traditional Greek food, including wine and live music at a typical Greek taverna.
|Full Day Argolis Tour
Depart for a drive along the coastal road to the Corinth Canal, which connects the Aegean Sea with the Ionian Sea, and enjoy a short stop. Continue to Mycenae, the ancient Homeric city of Atreides, to visit the Lions Gate, the Cyclopean Walls, and the Royal Tombs. Afterwards, depart for Nauplion, the picturesque town situated at the foot of a cliff, crowned by the mighty ramparts of the Palamidi Fortress. Enjoy lunch in Mycenae or Nauplion, and afterwards, continue to Epidaurus to visit the world-famous Epidaurus Theater, considered one of the most beautiful archaeological sites in Greece. Return to Athens
|Half Day Athens Sightseeing 8:45 AM (1)
The tour begins with a panoramic drive through the city center of Athens. View Constitution Square, the Houses of Parliament, and the Evzones, an elite unit of light infantry, wearing their traditional uniform. Continue on to the Panathenaic Stadium, site of the first modern Olympic Games and the only major all-marble stadium in the world. Then, visit the Temple of Zeus and Hadrians Arch. Finally, visit the Acropolis to see such monuments as the Propylea, the Temple of Athena Nike, the Erechteion, and the Parthenon, often considered the most perfectly proportioned building ever constructed. Tour departs at 8:45 AM. Pick-up from hotel approximately 30-60 minutes prior to departure time. Tour ends at hotel
|National Archaeological Museum Tour
Enjoy a guided tour of the National Archeological Museum of Athens. The museum houses the richest collection of ancient Greek artifacts in the world, and boasts over 20,000 exhibits ranging from the Neolithic period to late antiquity. Built in the Neo-Classical style, the museum has undergone several expansion programs since its opening in 1880 and continues to display some of the finest examples of Greek pottery, weapons, jewelry and sculpture in the world
|Two Dinners Package -Plan A
After the day\'s sightseeing, enjoy dinner at your hotels in Delphi and Kalambaka. Both four-course dinners include an appetizer, main course, seasonal salad, and dessert. Pre-purchasing these two dinners is both a convenience and a way to lock in the price for your meals regardless of currency fluctuations
|Two Dinners Package -Plan B
After the days sightseeing, enjoy dinner at your hotels in Delphi and Kalambaka. Both four-course dinners include an appetizer, main course, seasonal salad, and dessert. Pre-purchasing these two dinners is both a convenience and a way to lock in the price for your meals regardless of currency fluctuations
Enjoy an optional tour of Delphi. Visit the Sanctuary of Apollo Pythias and the Museum. The Museum contains masterpieces of ancient Greek sculpture such as the bronze Charioteer and the famous athlete Aghias
|Optional Delphi Tour
In the afternoon, choose an optional tour of Delphi. Visit the Sanctuary of Apollo Pythias and the Museum. The Museum contains materpieces of ancient Greek sculture such as the bronze Charioteer and the famous athlete Aghias.
Enjoy an optional tour to the unique formations of Meteora. Visit the age-less monasteries, which appear to be suspended in mid-air perched on top of the huge rocks. View exquisite specimens of Byzantine Art.
|Half Day Mykonos Island Tour
During this tour, see and visit the most interesting places on the island. The first destination is the beach of Saint Ioannis with its picturesque little church. Get an idea of the inside of a Greek church (over 400 on the island.) Then the bus passes by Ornos beach, Saint Stefano beach, and Tourlos harbor, where all cruise boats embark and disembark the visitors by small boats. The tour continues to the most distant beaches, such as Kalafatis and Santa Anna. Afterwards visit the village of Ano Mera, well known for the monastery of Panagia Tourliani and the typical little square with the Greek taverns. Have the opportunity to taste Ouzo and octopus. After visiting the monastery and enjoying the enchanting sunset, return to Mykonos. Pickup from hotel details to be advised locally
|Mykonos Delos Tour
Sail from Mykonos to the island of Delos, which was once the religious center of the Aegean and Cyclades. According to myth, Latonna gave birth to Apollo, the Greek sun god, and Artemis, the huntress and goddess of marriage and fertility on the island. View the Sacred Harbor, and the regal Sacred Way, flanked by stone lions leading to the temples dedicated to Apollo and Artemis. Visit the museum housing archaeological artifacts found on the island and the tourist pavilion. Pick-up from hotel, details to be advised locally
|Full Day Paros Island Tour
This morning, your excursion begins with a tour of Parikia. Walk through the old town and see the Venetian castle and the church of Saint Konstantinos and Eleni, which is situated on the highest part of the town. Then, take the short walk to see one of the most famous and oldest churches in Greece, the Panagia Ekatontapiliani (Our Lady of the Hundred Doors), built around 400 AD. From here, travel to the port of Punda and take the ferry over to Antiparos where you can stroll through the picturesque little town and visit the Venetian fortress. Back on Paros, the bus takes you south past the villages of Alyki and Drios finally reaching Pisso Livadi, where you have some free time to eat or swim. Later, you will reach Lefkes, the former capital of Paros with lots of breathtaking views. Continue your tour to Marathi and the ancient marble quarries, whose marble was used to make some of the most famous statues and sculptures in antiquity like the Venus de Milo. Later in the afternoon you will arrive in Naoussa, a beautiful and charming fishing village. Take a walk through its small and winding roads and view the port full of colorful fishing boats
|Santorini Island & Akrotiri Tour
Begin with a guided tour of the archaeological excavation of ancient Akrotiri, then proceed to Perivolos, better known as "the black sandy beach," where you will have free time for a swim or lunch (not included). After your break, walk through the traditional village of Megalochori and on to Pyrgos, the first capital of Santorini. Finally visit Santo Wine, the largest winery on Santorini, where you will have the opportunity to sample three local wines while taking in the gorgeous island views
|Santorini Volcano Cruise 9:30 AM
Enjoy a cruise aboard the motorized sailing boat, Pegasus around the breathtaking island of Santorini. Sail to the island of Nea Kameni, and walk up to the still active volcano for a view of the Caldera. Sail to the island of Palea Kameni, where you will have the opportunity to swim in the bay in the water warmed by the sulfur springs. Continue to the island of Therasia, for some free time, perhaps ride a mule to the village of Manolas. Return to the port of Athinios in Santorini in the afternoon passing by the beautiful cliffs and Oia. Departs at 9:30 AM. Pick up from hotel. Details to be advised locally. (8 hrs, Daily)