Corfu Island Vacation Package

Magical Corfu 8 Days’ Vacation Package in Greece

Athens and Corfu’ Princely Charm

Athens; A master of reincarnation, blending architectural weightiness, metropolitan filth and inventiveness in equivalent portions of grime and elegance.

Naturally stylish and delicate, Corfu is a standout administrative division among the Ionian Islands, where its inhabitants love being the center of attention.

Duration: 8 days / 7 nights
Destinations: Athens, Corfu Island
Region: Central Greece, Greek Islands: Attica, Ionian Islands
Accommodation: 3 nights in Athens, 4 nights in Corfu
Tour Language: English
Age Range: 1- to 99-year-old
Available: All year round
Departures: Daily

Highlights of Magical Corfu 8 Days’ Vacation Package in Greece

  • 8 day / 7 nights vacation package to Athens and Corfu
  • Explore the wonders of the ancients and classical sites of Greece
  • Athens with its world-famous monuments
  • Corfu the Queen of the Ionian islands

A trip to Athens is a passage through centuries to a historical capital of Europe. It is the birthplace of democracy, arts, science and philosophy of the western world. Here we have such great Greek personalities as Plato, Socrates, Pericles, Euripides, Sophokles, Aeschylus. The city of Athens is one of the oldest in the world with a documented history of over 2,700 years and has been continuously inhabited since the 11th millennium BC.

The contemporary urban scenery of the sprawling city reflects its exciting history, the multi- cultural modern personality of the city and the infrastructural and facility developments which have been done in the past in the middle of the Parthenon today.

Corfu the Queen of the Ionian Islands! From family vacations to romantic getaways, Corfu is the perfect place to combine history, myths, culture, modern life, and the amazing landscape with the Ionian turquoise waters! Even though the island of Corfu might be different now, the spirit of a long-past grandeur remains intact for tourists visiting it nowadays. This is because for many generations it has been a melting pot for various cultural influences which has resulted in a combination of historical landmarks and biodiversity amongst others making one wonder why such a small island off the coast of Greece can be home to so much beauty that people flock there all year round.

Unlike other parts of Greece, Corfu was never colonized by the Ottoman Empire. Dominations by the Venetians, French and British in turn for centuries has made the island part of the western rather than levant worlds. They were influential in the city as their culture made an impact; the first Greek University – the Ionian Academy and also, the first Philharmonic Orchestra and the First School of Fine Arts were founded here. As such, it will be such that Corfu, through its historic monuments, rich multi-cultural heritage and striking natural landscape, will wrap its magic around you

Athens Airport
Athens Airport

Arrive at the bustling city of Athens

Arriving at Athens Airport is an exciting experience. The airport’s modern facilities and efficient services welcome travelers to the vibrant city. Upon landing, passengers can easily navigate through the well-organized terminal to reach their desired destinations in Athens and beyond. The convenient transportation options available from the airport ensure a smooth transition for visitors to begin their adventures in Greece.

Upon arrival, you will be met and transferred to your hotel. Balance of day at leisure.

Optional tours: Sunset tour to SounionAthens-by-night tour. Overnight in Athens.

Plaka, known as the “neighborhood of the gods”!

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Plaka Wonders Await You

Discover more about this enchanting Greek neighborhood.
Be captivated by the magic of Plaka. Explore its wonders and hidden gems.

Plaka is a historic neighborhood in Athens, known for its charming narrow streets and traditional Greek architecture. It’s a popular spot for tourists, offering a mix of ancient landmarks, quaint shops, and cozy cafes. The picturesque setting of Plaka creates a unique atmosphere, making it a must-visit destination for anyone exploring the Greek capital.

Wander through quaint cobblestone streets, adorned with vibrant bougainvillea and charming neoclassical buildings! Nestled at the foot of the Acropolis, Plaka is a true hidden gem waiting to be discovered by travelers seeking a blend of rich history, culture, and beauty.

Explore Plaka, the charming neighborhood of Athens, where you’ll witness quaint boutiques filled with handcrafted treasures and souvenirs. Indulge in a culinary adventure in Plaka, where traditional Greek flavors come to life in cozy tavernas and charming cafes. Savor local delicacies like moussaka, gyros, souvlaki, and baklava while enjoying stunning views of the Acropolis and the surrounding hills.

The Acropolis of Athens

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Your personalized tour of Athens begins bright and early, departing from your accommodation or preferred location, such as your cruise terminal. The pinnacle of our tour awaits – the awe-inspiring Acropolis of Athens, with its iconic Parthenon. Here, we will marvel at the majestic Propylaea, the elegant Temple of Athena Nike, and the renowned Erechtheion, known for its infamous Caryatid statues and the exquisite Porch of Maidens.

The Acropolis Museum

After descending from the Acropolis, explore the Museum of the Acropolis nestled at the base of the Sacred Rock. Feast your eyes on the marble of the Parthenon and a stunning array of relics and treasures discovered during excavations on the Acropolis.

Tomb of the Unknown Soldier and House of Parliament

The tour continues to significant landmarks like the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier and the House of Parliament at Syntagma Square.

Witness the changing of the guard ceremony at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, a monument dedicated to Greek soldiers who died in service.

Admire the neoclassical architecture of the Old Royal Palace, which now houses the Hellenic Parliament.

Syntagma Square and the Greek Parliament

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As your expert driver navigates through the city, you’ll pass by iconic landmarks like the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier and the Greek Parliament building on Syntagma Square.

Syntagma Square, also known as Constitution Square, is a bustling hub where the historic Parliament building stands tall. This esteemed institution serves as the voice of citizens through elected Members of Parliament who convene for plenary sessions. The Parliament building itself was once the ex-Royal Palace.

The Panathenaic Stadium and Olympic History

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Next, we make our way to the renowned Panathenaic Stadium, famously referred to as the Kallimarmaron Stadium.

This magnificent structure hosted the inaugural modern Olympic Games in 1896 and played a vital role in subsequent Olympic events until the 2004 Athens Games. It’s also the sacred grounds from which the Olympic Flame is ceremoniously passed on to all Olympic events.

The Neoclassical Trilogy

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As we progress down Panepistimiou Avenue, you’ll catch sight of the magnificent Catholic Cathedral of Athens and the iconic Neoclassical Trilogy – the Academy of Athens, Athens University, and the National Library. These stunning buildings boast exquisite architectural designs and rich historical significance.

Ancient Greek and Roman Landmarks

Reaching the end of Panepistimiou Avenue, your eyes will be drawn to Omonoia Square, Athens’ second-largest square. Our journey continues with a scenic drive to the Temple of Zeus and Hadrian’s Gate, where the ancient Greek and Roman eras beautifully merge.

Ancient and Roman Agora, Monastiraki

The Ancient Agora of Athens
The Ancient Agora of Athens

Immerse yourself in the heart of ancient Athenian life at the Ancient Agora, the city’s former center of commerce, politics, and social interaction. Stroll through the well-preserved ruins and imagine the bustling atmosphere of the past. Nearby, the Roman Agora showcases the influence of the Roman Empire on Athens, with its impressive Gate of Athena Archegetis.

Just a short walk away, you’ll find the remains of Hadrian’s Library, a testament to the Roman emperor’s love for knowledge and learning. This once-grand complex housed an extensive collection of books and served as a cultural hub.

Finally, explore the vibrant Monastiraki neighborhood, known for its lively square, charming flea market, and an array of shops and cafes. Take in the eclectic mix of ancient ruins, Ottoman-era architecture, and modern-day life as you wander through the streets of this fascinating area.

Monastiraki Flea Market and Greek Cuisine

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Get a taste of modern Athens by visiting the fish and meat markets downtown and the famous Monastiraki flea market.

However, no visit to Athens is complete without indulging in the flavors of traditional Greek cuisine. We’ll take you to an authentic Athenian restaurant or tavern to savor the colors and flavors of the renowned Greek dishes and Mediterranean Diet.

Lycabettus Hill and Panoramic Views

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Finally, enjoy breathtaking views from Lycabettus Hill, the highest peak in Central Athens, to capture spectacular images of the entire city.

After this unforgettable experience, your driver will happily drop you off at your preferred destination in Athens or Piraeus Port.

Delphi: Unlocking the Mysteries of the Oracle

Delphi Greece
Delphi Greece

Delphi: Delve into Delphi’s Charm

Have you ever wondered about the ancient Oracle of Delphi and its mysterious prophecies that shaped the course of history? The Oracle of Delphi, also known as the Pythia, was a powerful priestess who served as a conduit for the Greek god Apollo, providing wisdom and guidance to those who sought her counsel.

According to Greek mythology, the Oracle of Delphi was established by Apollo himself at the sacred site of Delphi in central Greece. It was believed that the Pythia would enter a trance-like state and communicate the god’s messages to those who came to seek her advice. The prophecies were often cryptic and open to interpretation, leaving many to ponder their true meanings.

The Oracle of Delphi held immense power and influence in the ancient world. Kings, generals, and statesmen would consult the Pythia before making important decisions, believing her prophecies could foretell the outcome of battles, political disputes, and personal matters. The Oracle’s pronouncements were highly respected and often acted upon with great significance. The ruins of temples, treasuries, and theaters evoke a sense of awe and wonder, inviting visitors to explore the remnants of a civilization long gone. The most iconic landmark in Delphi is the Temple of Apollo, where the Oracle sat upon a tripod and uttered her enigmatic prophecies. Do not miss the museum, the temple of Athens pronea, Castalia springs, and the stadium of Delphi. Drive back to Athens and overnight.

Corfu Island

Discover Corfu Charm!

Experience the beauty of Corfu Island. Find stunning beaches, rich history, and vibrant culture in Corfu.

Corfu Island is known for its stunning beaches and crystal-clear waters. The island’s lush greenery and picturesque villages make it a popular destination for tourists seeking a peaceful getaway. The rich history and vibrant culture of Corfu offer visitors a chance to explore ancient ruins, charming architecture, and traditional Greek cuisine. With its warm Mediterranean climate and friendly locals, Corfu Island is a delightful place to experience the beauty of Greece.

The morning involved travelling to a port city called Igoumenitsa so we can catch a ship going to Corfu Island. Once in Corfu, it takes an hour and a half by sea from Igoumenitsa, we will drive to the hotel for your check-in. Enjoy your night out!

Corfu Town
Corfu Town

Discover Corfu City Gem

Today your private driver will take you to the majestic city of Corfu! Step into a world of culture and beauty in Corfu City. In the well-preserved Old Town of Corfu, which is a UNESCO world heritage site, they were able to apply the Renaissance, Baroque and Classical “repertoire” successfully in relation with traditional artistic practices of the inhabitants. This is manifested through how palaces, fortresses, and other public buildings made of stone and bearing much influence from Venetian architecture, mix with lines of drying clothes on ropes in narrow roads. The visitor strolling through a gaunt tangle of narrow cobbled streets amid shabby houses where geraniums peep out from balconies will feel like a humble ant that has unknowingly found its way into Paradise.
Day at leisure on this beautiful island located in the Ionian Sea. Enjoy the sun, the sandy beaches, the picturesque villages, the castles, and the lush green landscape.

Stroll through Spianada, the largest square in the Balkans as it is found at the heart of the city and is adorned with astounding 19th-century French architectural works thus discovering the most beautiful places in Corfu town. ‘The aristocrats took their evening walks’ at Liston, the city’s trademark. With their characteristic arcades these arcades form the most romantic background for drinking coffee in any of the town’s welcoming coffee shops. Balance of day at leisure.

Spianada Liston, Corfu
Corfu Town

Corfu most important city’s attractions bear eloquent witness to its rich history

  • The impressive 15th century Old Fortress, as well as the New Fortress.
  • The Saint Michael and George Palace at the northern part of Spianada, built during the British occupation.
  • A considerable number of churches. The most imposing one is the city’s Cathedral, the Church of St. Spyridon, the island’s patron Saint, whose relics are kept here.
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Corfu Church of St. Spyridon

Church of St. Spyridon, the island’s patron Saint!

Discover the story of Corfu’s patron Saint Spyridon. Learn about the legendary St. Spyridon on beautiful Corfu Island. Nestled in the heart of Corfu’s picturesque old town lies a hidden gem that has captivated the hearts of locals and visitors alike for centuries – the Church of St. Spyridon. This sacred sanctuary, dedicated to the island’s beloved patron saint, holds within its walls a rich tapestry of history, faith, and miracles.

Discover the story of Corfu’s patron Saint Spyridon. Learn about the legendary St. Spyridon on beautiful Corfu Island. Nestled in the heart of Corfu’s picturesque old town lies a hidden gem that has captivated the hearts of locals and visitors alike for centuries – the Church of St. Spyridon. This sacred sanctuary, dedicated to the island’s beloved patron saint, holds within its walls a rich tapestry of history, faith, and miracles.

San Giorgio dei Greci’s bell tower is taller than that of the church. The city organizes four processions annually in which Saint Spyridon’s body is carried through the streets. This happens on Palm Sunday, Easter Sunday, as well as the first Sunday in November each year. The processions are followed by all the symphonic orchestras in the city, hence forming an amazing display.

The Legacy of St. Spyridon. St. Spyridon, also known as the “Miracle Worker,” was a revered bishop who lived during the 4th century. His unwavering faith and miraculous deeds earned him a place in the hearts of the people of Corfu, who consider him their protector and guide. It is said that his relics, which are housed in a silver reliquary within the church, have the power to heal the sick and protect the faithful.
A Glimpse Inside the Church. As you step inside the Church of St. Spyridon, you are greeted by a sense of peace and reverence. The interior is adorned with stunning frescoes, intricate iconography, and flickering candles that cast a warm glow over the sacred space. The aroma of incense lingers in the air, creating a sense of spiritual tranquility.
Witnessing Miracles. Many visitors to the Church of St. Spyridon have reported experiencing miracles and divine interventions. Countless stories circulate about prayers answered, illnesses cured, and wishes granted after seeking the intercession of St. Spyridon. The faithful come from near and far to pay homage to the patron saint and seek his blessing.

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Corfu Mon Repos

Five sites located around the city of Corfu used to be the aristocracy’s favorites!

Mon Repos Palace was built by the British Commissioner Adams as a gift to his Corfiot wife. It is a small but beautiful palace with colonial elements, which today operates as a museum. In this luxurious dwelling, Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh and husband of Elisabeth the Second, was born in 1921. The park around the palace is ideal for long romantic walks.
Kanoni (meaning canon) offers from its circular terrace an amazing view across the island of Pontikonissi (meaning Mouse Island), one of the most photographed spots of Corfu! According to the legend, this rocky islet was a Phaeacian ship that was turned into stone.
Paleopolis (at Mono Repos estate) stands where the Agora of the ancient city of Corfu was located. Admire the remains of several public buildings erected there along with sanctuaries, workshops and residencies.
Achilleion is a fairy palace built among cypresses and myrtles by the Empress Elisabeth of Austria, who wished to escape from the Austrian court. Elisabeth truly fell in love with the island, and she dedicated this palace to Achilles as she cherished the belief that he represented the very soul and fairness of Greece.

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Corfu Achillion

Achillion Corfu!

Unveiling the Majestic Achillion Palace in Corfu. This opulent palace, nestled on the island of Corfu, is a true gem of Greek architecture and history.
A Glimpse into History. Built in 1890 for the Empress of Austria, Elisabeth of Bavaria, also known as Sisi, the Achillion Palace is a testament to the grandeur and elegance of the Belle Époque era. The palace was designed by Italian architect Raffaele Caritto and boasts a unique blend of neoclassical and Pompeian architectural styles.
Explore the Magnificent Palace Grounds. As you step inside the Achillion Palace, you will be greeted by lavish interiors adorned with intricate frescoes, marble statues, and ornate furnishings. The palace’s beautifully landscaped gardens offer a serene retreat, with stunning views of the Ionian Sea and the surrounding countryside.

Highlights of the Achillion Palace

The Statue of Achilles: One of the most iconic features of the palace is the imposing statue of Achilles, the Greek hero of the Trojan War. Standing tall at the entrance of the palace, this statue pays homage to the palace’s namesake and the Greek mythological figure.
The Throne Room: Step into the opulent Throne Room, adorned with gold leaf decorations and intricate mosaics. This room served as the main reception hall for the Empress and her guests, showcasing the palace’s grandeur and sophistication.
The Empress’s Bedrooms: Explore the private chambers of Empress Sisi, where you can admire her personal belongings, including her exquisite wardrobe and jewelry collection. These rooms offer a glimpse into the luxurious lifestyle of European royalty in the late 19th century.

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Corfu Achillion – The Triumph of Achilles

The Triumph of Achilles:

The masterpiece painting of Achilles in the Achillion Palace, a painting by Franz Matsch! The significance of the painting: Matsch’s painting captures when Achilles Triumphant and Hector kills aftermath. Art historians have cited several unique elements of this artwork among them the portrayal of Apollo holding Hector’s corpse representing the ancient Greek belief in his role as protector of the dead. As well, the portrait’s commissioner Empress Sissy Elizabeth was very much interested in Achilles’ youthful beauty. Additionally, through the use of shadow and light in the painting, he managed an effect that created an impression of a horse jumping off its platform.

Franz Matsch and His Tragic Fate

Matsch’s death is as mysterious as his painting Triumph of Achille. He was a famous artist; therefore, his death must have mattered to many people before being shrouded in secrecy. However, people are still in the dark regarding what actually happened. For example, it is believed that there are some who think he made an error on that particular piece since the weel of the car it is standing still whereas it should be running. Some individuals suggest that Matsch might have been in grief as well as having mental problems because of the loss of his wife. This adds a third layer of mystery to the story-the idea that his competitors in the art industry within Vienna were plotting against him.

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Corfu Beaches

Corfu Unseen Delights

Cosmopolitan old town, beaches with golden sand where thousands of tourists sunbathe every summer to get a tan for months afterwards and Corfu, an island in the Ionian Sea that is famous with its picturesque views are included in why it is preferred by many people.

Let us check out the amazing landscape of the island today and then you will swim in one of the two famous beaches in that area. So be sure to have your camera set for Cannon and Mouse islands (Pontikonisi island) which is small enough to accommodate the Pantokrator Monastery. The famous Vlacherna islet with its 17th-century monastery dedicated to the Virgin Mary is right next to it. It is connected to the mainland by a narrow causeway while holding mass on Easter Monday.

Canal d’Amour and Sidari offer an alternative swimming experience. Although Corfu is famous for its beaches, visiting Canal d’Amour is indispensable, this is created by the flat rocks that naturally form a path which one can swim through. Tell us once you meet your loved one as has always been told in stories. Meanwhile, at Sidari you’ll enjoy spectacular sandy beaches with sandstone formations.

There are various sandy beaches that are worth exploring in Glyfada, Dasia, Ermones, Paleokastritsa, Sidari, Kavos (known for its noisy parties), Kontokali, Benitses, Halikounas, etc while others go into infinity and beyond otherwise known as secluded picturesque coves or great sand expanses with beach bars, tavernas, shops and water sports areas.

Talk personally to your chauffeur and plan a special day adjusting to your suggestions so that you pass by the various attractions in Corfu! There are six, rocky coves at Paleokastritsa encircled in greenery, and some people say that this must have been King Alcinoos palace where Ulysses stayed. Another spot to go to is monastery of Virgin Mary Panagias which was established here by 1225 and reached up to the sickle rocks on which Angelokastro was raised during the beginnings of 12th century, with its church of Agia Kyriaki hidden in a small cave.

You’ll have a free evening to explore and enjoy the area at your leisure. Overnight in Corfu.

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Rio-Antirio Bridge

We will return to Athens today. In the morning, you will be picked up for a drive that will take you to the port where you will board a ferry bound for Igoumenitsa. We arrive at Igoumenitsa port after approximately 1.5 hours.

We returned to Athens via the largest cable bridge in Europe, the Rio-Antirio making several stops along the way! In the evening, we reached Athens. We stayed overnight in Athens.

Guide to the Day Your Departure from Athens

Athens City Break Departure
Athens City Break Departure

Ensure you’re available to pick up from your accommodation at the stipulated time!

Pack up your belongings and check out of the hotel… think over if anything has changed in your perception of Athens during this time. You could insert here some moments creating unforgettable impression before arriving at the airport – anything: a short trip to some interesting place; taking part in a popular local event; or simply having meal at local restaurant or trying all possible food items in one place.

So you’ve got a decision between heading out to the delightful neighborhood of Plaka for some sightseeing or visiting the busy Monastiraki flea market to shop for keepsakes. These last hours in Athens are bound to remain in your mind as incredible feelings of this place will stay with you during wherever you go later on. Ultimately leaving Athens is always a mixture of feelings: both the relief that all things have gone so well up to now and sadness about departing so soon after having seen such magnificent things and learned so much about another culture.

Before you say goodbye, reflect on all the happenings that went down while you were in this old city. The day you leave can be quite sad or exciting because there are many new exciting places waiting for your exploration. Our job is to make your trip as pleasant as possible! You will have a chance to take it easy and remember all enjoyable parts of your visit to this wonderful city because we can help you with everything. You should leave Athens feeling happy since getting back home won’t take long and there is no trouble to come across in the process. Last stop is at the Athens International Airport. That’s all we offer! Have a nice trip back home!

Stay in Athens

Athens Electra Metropolis Hotel
Athens Electra Metropolis Hotel 5*
Athens Amalia Hotel 4*
Athens Amalia Hotel 4*
Athens Attalos Hotel 3*
Athens Attalos Hotel 3*

Stay in Corfu

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Kontokali Bay Resort & Spa Hotel 5*
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Corfu Aeolos Beach Resort Hotel 4*
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Corfu City Marina Hotel 3*

Hotels are subject to availability on bookings day!
This vacation package includes 4* hotels. If you wish a 3* or 5* hotel, please contact our customer service!

Enhance your Corfu experience by adding extra nights to your stay. Simply request an extension when making your reservation, and we’ll ensure your dream vacation is tailored to your desires. Immerse yourself in the captivating beauty of these enchanting islands for a little longer, creating memories that will last a lifetime.

Specially for this vacation package:


  • 3 nights hotel accommodation in Athens
  • 4 nights hotel accommodation in Corfu Island
  • Half-day Athen’s sightseeing tour
  • Full day tour to Delphi (including lunch)
  • Air tickets Athens – Corfu – Athens
  • Entrance fees during guided sightseeing
  • All transfers as mentioned
  • Daily breakfast
  • 24-hour assistance phone number
  • All taxes


  • Travel insurance
  • International flights
  • Personal expenses
  • Gratuities


Tour Type

  • Vacation / Holiday package


  • Sightseeing sailing (for packages including islands)
  • All ferry tickets are calculated on economy class, without cabin.
  • Hotels, pickup and drop off (selected hotels only)
  • Round trip shared transfers (Port – Hotel – Port) on each Island are included.
  • An English speaking tour driver, with good knowledge of Greek history and culture (for private tours)
  • Road tolls, All taxes, and handling charges

Excluded from the tour

  • Gratuities (optional)
  • Drinks and Beverage

Booking and Payment Terms:

  • A non-refundable deposit of 30% of the program price (minimum €150.00) is due immediately upon booking to secure your reservation.
  • The remaining balance must be paid in full 90 days prior to the departure date.

Cancellation Policy

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Important Considerations:

  • Tour quotes exclude airfare to/from the trip start point unless explicitly stated on the itinerary.
  • Any cost increases due to currency exchange rates, government fees, taxes, surcharges, or hotel/lodge tariff hikes between the quote date and start date will be the client’s responsibility.
  • Hotel availability cannot be guaranteed until the booking is confirmed. While we make every effort to secure accommodations as per the itinerary, during peak seasons or for bookings made within 90 days of the tour date, substitutions may be necessary.
  • Payment of the program price constitutes acceptance of the terms and conditions outlined in our “Terms & Conditions” section. We recommend carefully reviewing these terms and conditions to ensure a seamless and well-informed travel experience.
  • Please note that living standards and practices at the destination may differ from those in your home country regarding utilities, services, and accommodation provisions.

Additional info

  • Dress: When visiting religious sites, shoulders and knees must be covered out of respect for the cultural norms
  • Departure Time: Departure as per our program
  • Return details: Returns to original departure point
  • Hotel pickups commence approximately 30 – 60 minutes prior to this time, exact pickup time will be advised on reconfirmation
  • The order of visiting the islands can be changed according to the traffic and weather conditions.
  • Upon booking, an electronic voucher will be emailed to you containing our contact information, tour details, and all necessary instructions. This voucher serves as your ticket and proof of purchase. Please present a printed or digital copy of the voucher on the day of your tour to redeem your activity.

Special Notes

  • The boat schedules provided in our Greek island packages are flexible and can be adjusted to accommodate clients’ preferences. The times mentioned serve primarily as a reference for the most convenient boat schedule.
  • Accommodation on the islands is subject to availability and may vary based on the booking period and occupancy levels.
  • For added convenience, any portion of the trip involving ferry transportation can be substituted with air travel, subject to availability and at an additional cost.
  • To ensure conciseness, our package descriptions include only the offered services and occasionally a few suggestions. For comprehensive information about each suggested destination, please refer to our detailed destination guides.
  • We aim to provide a seamless and personalized experience, tailored to your individual needs and preferences. Our knowledgeable travel consultants are available to assist you with any specific inquiries or customization requests.
  • By offering flexibility, transparency, and personalized service, we strive to create unforgettable island adventures that exceed your expectations.

Persons with Disabilities

  • Due to uneven surfaces, certain sites are not recommended for persons with walking disabilities or using a wheelchair. Such sites are the Acropolis, the Temple of Poseidon at Sounion, Mycenae, Delphi and Meteora
  • In all cases, we recommend comfortable flat-solid walking shoes, sunglasses and sunscreen.

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