Day 1

Arrive in Athens. Rest of the day free at leisure. Athens is the capital of Greece. It was also at the heart of Ancient Greece, a powerful civilization and empire. The city is still dominated by 5th-century BC landmarks, including the Acropolis, a hilltop citadel topped with ancient buildings like the colonnaded Parthenon temple. The Acropolis Museum, along with the National Archaeological Museum, preserves sculptures, vases, jewelry, and more from Ancient Greece.

Day 2

Discover some of Greece’s greatest treasures and the best of modern Athens on this morning’s Athens sightseeing tour. Then, explore the mighty Acropolis on foot to see the glorious Parthenon and other highlights. The Acropolis of Athens is an ancient citadel located on a rocky outcrop above the city of Athens and contains the remains of several ancient buildings of great architectural and historic significance, the most famous being the Parthenon. Back to your hotel in the evening.

Day 3

Delphi is a town on Mount Parnassus in the south of mainland Greece. It’s the site of the 4th-century-B.C. Temple of Apollo, once home to a legendary oracle. This extensive mountainside archaeological complex contains the remains of the sanctuaries of Apollo and Athena Pronaia, as well as an ancient stadium and theater. Delphi Archaeological Museum displays artifacts found among the ruins. Explore the UNESCO-listed archeological site of Delphi with an expert guide, then discover long-lost wonders at the Delphi Archeological Museum, including the Charioteer of Delphi and the Sphinx of Naxos. Back to your hotel.

Day 4

After breakfast transfer to Mykonos by Ferry. The best way to get from Athens to Mykonos for most visitors is to take the ferry. the trip will take 2 hours on a high-speed ferry. Mykonos is an island in the Cyclades group in the Aegean Sea. It’s popularly known for its summer party atmosphere. Beaches Massive dance clubs attract world-renowned DJs and typically stay open well past dawn. Iconic landmarks include a row of 16th-century windmills, which sit on a hill above Mykonos town. Arrive & check in at the hotel.

Day 5

Explore the most fabulous island of the Aegean Sea with the blue sky, the beautiful sugar houses, and the amazing beaches. Start your tour by getting orientation and information about the old town as well as impressions of the small port and the churches in town. We will see the famous windmills. Later explore the island with a bus. The next stop is Kalafatis beach where you can relax a little and have a coffee or a refreshment and to reach a place with a fantastic view all over the town and neighbor islands, before going back to town.

Day 6

After breakfast proceeds to the ferry terminal. Take a ferry for Santorini. Most ferry routes run in both directions so there is no difference between the Santorini to Mykonos ferries and the Mykonos to Santorini ferries. The only thing that changes is the departure times. Mykonos to Santorini ferry takes only 2 hours and 35 minutes, Santorini, look for Thira (Santorini) or the port code ATI. Arrive & transfer to hotel.

Day 7

See Santorini’s highlights quickly on this tour from Fira. You’ll see the charming village of Oia, with its white houses and scenic terraces set on the cliffside over the blue waters of the caldera, along with the picturesque towns of Pyrgos and Megalochori. First-time visitors can get an overview of the island, including a wine tasting, Visit Oia, Pyrgos, and Megalochori, and sea views at Prophet Elias Monastery.

Day 8

The Thira Heraklion ferry route connects Cyclades Islands with Crete and is currently operated by 4 ferry companies. The trip takes approx. 2,30 hours by ferry on the Heraklion-Santorini route. After arrival transfer to hotel. Overnight at Crete hotel.

Day 9

Take a guided tour to the Palace of Knossos, the political and ceremonial center of Minoan civilization, followed by a guided tour to Heraklion Archaeological Museum. The tour continues with a visit to the town center of Heraklion, completing in a day the historical path of 4000 years. Knossos Archaeological Site, Knossos, Heraklion, Crete Greece Knossos Palace is the capital of Minoan civilization, just 5km away on the south of Heraklion town. It is the largest of the preserved Minoan palatial centers on the island. Heraklion Archaeological Museum, Xanthoudidou Chatzidaki, Heraklion, Crete It is one of the most remarkable museums in Greece containing the most notable and complete collection of artifacts and initials of the Minoan civilization around the world.

Day 10

Transfer to airport for your flight to Athens & connecting flight to India.


  • Return airfare Ex –
  • One time visa charges for Schengen
  • Overseas medical Insurance ( mandatory )
  • Stay as mentioned.
  • Sightseeing as mentioned
  • All surface & ferry transfers on SIC


  • Any increase in the airfare at the time of issuing tickets
  • Any meals
  • Expenses of personal nature
  • Any other expenses which are specifically not mentioned

Full Name: The ancient and modern name of the country is Hellas or Hellada
Capital City: Athens
Time Zone : + 2 GMT & + 3 Hours 30 Minutes ISD
Language: Greek, English is widely spoken.
Religion: Christianity.
Currency: Euro
ROE: 1 Euro approximately makes 79 INR
Electricity: 230 Volts
Climate: The climate of Greece is Mediterranean with summers that are usually hot and dry, and winters that can be quite cold and wet. … Summers in Greece are usually very hot, and in July and August temperatures usually reach 30 to 35°C, but sometimes even 40°C and more.
Shopping: Anything from olive trees, Worry beads or Kompoloi, A backgammon set or Tavli, Ouzo, an anise-flavored aperitif, which is considered Greece’s national drink. A Karagiozis figurine/Karagiozis set, The natural resin obtained from the mastic trees of Chios island, Handmade leather sandals from Monastiraki, Handmade ceramics from the Greek islands, Bouzouki,
ISD Code: +30
Airport: Greece has 15 international airports. They are located mostly on the islands since those are a very popular tourist destination. Major are Athens, Corfu , Heraklion , Kavala ,- Chani , Kos , Leros , Mykonos, Lemnos , Lesvos Milos Rhodes , Santorini
Indian Restaurants:
Indian Chef -Leof. Andrea Siggrou 55, Athina 117 45, Greece
Namaste Indian Restaurant – Lempesi 12, Athina 117 42, Greece
Oia Mare Villas – ΟIA Santorini Cyclades, Oía 847 02, Greece
Jaipur Palace -Epar. Od. Firon-Ormou Perissis, Karterados 847 00, Greece
INDIAN PALACE(Indian Restaurant) – Cavo Paradiso, Paradise Beach, near, Greece.


No one in Greece can choose to not vote. Voting is required by law for every citizen who is 18 or older
Greece has more international airports than most countries because so many foreign tourists want to visit
The saying “taking the bull by its horns” comes from the Greek myth of Hercules saving Crete from a raging bull by seizing its horns.
Greece has zero navigable rivers because of the mountainous terrain. Nearly 80% of Greece is mountainous
Thousands of English words come from the Greek language, sometimes via the Roman adaptation into Latin and then to English.
An old Greek legend says that when God created the world, he sifted all the soil onto the earth through a strainer. After every country had good soil, he tossed the stones left in the strainer over his shoulder and created Greece
Continuously inhabited for over 7,000 years, Athens is one of the oldest cities in Europe. It is also the birthplace of democracy
Greece has more than 2,000 islands, of which approximately 170 are populated. Greece’s largest island is Crete (3,189 sq. miles) (8,260 sq. km.).
Currently, Greek men must serve from one year to 18 months in any branch of the armed forces.


Indian National requires a Schengen visa to travel to Greece. Indian citizens need to apply for a Schengen visa. Visa is issued by the consulate of Greece located in New Delhi. You must have more than 6 month’s validity on your passport from the intended date of return. Return air ticket, Bank Statements, Travel itinerary & hotel booking is required

Travel Insurance is mandatory for visa

Do dress appropriately.
Do accept a greeting with two kisses on the cheek. Shaking hands is not as common.
Don’t thrust the palm of your hand in front of someone’s face, it is considered a very rude gesture, so don’t attempt to do this even jokingly!
Greece has a sizeable population of smokers. It is the norm in most places for people to smoke indoors even though it is banned.
Tap water is safe for drinking in Athens But stick to bottled water on islands
Do tip if you liked the service
While taking a cab, always check that the meter is running and confirm how much the fee will be with the driver ahead of time.
Do lock valuables in your hotel/hostel
Do be wary of pickpockets.
Greece is safe for solo women travelers.
Don’t worry about protests & strike, they are quite often
Don’t Forget the Sunscreen.

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