• Duration

    Four Days

  • Location

    Nafplio, Olympia, Delphi, Meteora, Thermopylae
    Greece

  • Group

    1 – 7 Persons

  • Greece Tour

    Three – Days

With equal measures of grunge and grace, Athens is a heady mix of history and edginess. Cultural and social life plays out amid, around and in ancient landmarks. The magnificent Acropolis, visible from almost every part of the city, reminds Greeks daily of their heritage and the city’s many transformations.

In western Peloponnese, in the beautiful valley of the Alpheios river, lies 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, in a lush, green landscape.
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, the greatest national festival and a highly prestigious one world-wide, which was held every four years to honour Zeus.

Highlights List

Explore a selected number of Greece famous highlights

  • Nafplio
  • Ancient Olympia
  • Overnight ( Ancient Olympia )
  • Delphi
  • Overnight ( Delphi )
  • Meteora
  • Overnight ( Meteora )
  • Thermopylae
  • Athens

Nafplio

One of the most beautiful towns of Peloponnese, Nafplio was the first capital of the modern Greek state, from 1823 to 1834. A visit to the picturesque castle of Nafplio is a must.

Ancient Olympia

In the western Peloponnese, in the “Valley of Gods”, lies the most celebrated sanctuary of ancient Greece, and the birthplace of the most important athletic mega-event of all times; the Olympic Games. Olympia is one of the most well known tourist destinations in Greece.

Delphi

The Archaeological Site of Delphi comprises the remains of a sanctuary that was the “navel of the world” and had a huge impact on the ancient world.

Meteora

The Meteora (suspended in the air) is the name for a number of monasteries in Greece. Several Eastern Orthodox monasteries are part of the complex, located in Kalambaka, Greece. The site is almost as important as Mount Athos.

Thermopylae

Thermopylae is a mountain pass near the sea in northern Greece which was the site of several battles in antiquity, the most famous being that between Persians and Greeks in August 480 BCE.

Despite being greatly inferior in numbers, the Greeks held the narrow pass for three days with Spartan King Leonidas fighting a last-ditch defence with a small force of Spartans and other Greek hoplites.

Athens

Although individuals have endured difficult circumstances since the start of the economic crisis in 2009, the city is on the rise. There is crackling energy in galleries, political debates and even on the walls of derelict buildings. This creates a lively urban bustle, but at the end of the day, Athenians build their own villages in the city, especially in open-air restaurants and bars where they linger for hours.

Beyond Athens, down the Attica peninsula, are more spectacular antiquities, such as the Temple of Poseidon at Sounion, as well as very good beaches, such as those near historic Marathon.

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