00G Greek Islands Family TourNEW SEARCH
Guided Athens city tour; Scenic local ferries, more time on isles than a cruise; Beautiful island of Naxos, largest of the Cyclades; Guided Knossos site tour; Thrapsano: important pottery-making centre; Water City waterpark; Traditional folk dance performance
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Prices are in US Dollars (USD), before taxes (if applicable) - All pricing reflects per-person Land Only expenses, however, we can book flights from virtually every city. Please call us for an air quote.
|Start Date||End Date||Price||More Info|
|Mon 27 Jul 2015||Sat 08 Aug 2015||$3260|
|Mon 25 Jul 2016||Sat 06 Aug 2016||$3260|
Optional Single Supplement: $660 (number of singles limited).
This special Greek Islands Tour is specifically designed to meet the needs and fulfill the desires of family travellers and for an adventure-packed two weeks, you can enjoy the sights and sounds of this magical destination of mythological proportion with those closest to you. The ever-exciting capital, Athens, is the first city on our to-see list and it serves as the perfect introduction to the past and present faces of Greece. Our Greece tour has us visiting the Acropolis and its crowning glory, the Parthenon, as well as the Acropolis Museum, brimming with relics and items of antiquity spanning from over 7,000 years; then, we immerse ourselves in the vibrant atmosphere of this bustling metropolis that underwent major cleaning and renovation efforts in preparation for the 2004 Olympics and which today stands in better condition than ever. Sailing to the island of Naxos, we investigate the labyrinthine streets that were designed to confuse plundering pirates of the 18th and 19th centuries and enjoy a full-day tour of this lush and mountainous island. In Santorini, we admire unique geological formations in what is perhaps the most aesthetically pleasing of the Grecian Isles and our trip to Iraklion yields the chance to tour Knossos, the largest Bronze Age archaeological site on Crete and what was quite probably the political and cultural centre of Minoan civilisation.
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