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May 1, 2021

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July 30, 2021

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Greece

CITIES

 Athens

DURATION

3 Nights

RATING

3 Star

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May 1, 2021

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July 30, 2021

DURATION

3 Nights

DESTINATIONS

Greece

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 Athens

RATING

3 Star

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Athens

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.

Delphi

After the Acropolis, Delphi is the most popular archaeological site in Greece. Located 180 kilometers from Athens, a trip to Delphi is listed in just about every tour itinerary and is by far the most popular day trip out of Athens.

Many people don’t even know why they are going to Delphi. It’s just something they know they are supposed to do when they go to Greece. But for those people who read, Delphi has a special meaning, more then just another collection of ruins in a country that is full of them. Delphi in ancient times was considered the center of the known world, the place where heaven and earth met. This was the place on earth where man was closest to God. In Mythology, Delphi was the meeting place of two eagles, released by Zeus and sent in opposite directions. Where they met indicated the center of the earth. Delphi is known as the center of worship for the God Apollo, son of Zeus who embodied moral discipline and spiritual clarity.

Kalabaka

Kalabaka is a town and a municipality in the Trikala regional unit, part of Thessaly in Greece. The population was 21,991 at the 2011 census, of which 8,330 in the town proper. The Metéora monasteries are located in the town. Kalabaka is the northwestern terminal of the old Thessaly Railways, now part of OSE.

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Day 1
Arrive in Athens and make your own way to the hotel. Overnight at Hotel
Day 2
From Athens we’ll pass through Livadeia, Arachova and the ancient town of Thebes. At Delphi, visit the Sanctuary of Apollo Pythios, and learn the story of this brave god’s triumph over the dragon that guarded the omphalos. This mysterious ‘navel stone’ gave the Delphic oracle her powers. Visit the Treasury of the Athenians, built to store offerings of gratitude to the god. See the stadium where the ancient Pythian Games, precursors to our modern Olympics, were lost or won. Then explore the on-site museums where you can see the omphalos stone itself as well as masterpieces of ancient Greek sculpture. Then it’s on to Kalambaka, gateway to the Meteora, for dinner and an overnight stay. Accommodation: Business class in English: 4* Hotel – Divani Kalambaka Hotel or Grand Meteora Hotel or similar, Business class in Spanish: 4* Hotel – Amalia Hotel or Grand Metora Hotel or similar, Tourist class: 3* Hotel – Orfeas Hotel or similar.
Day 3
The next day, explore the monasteries atop the awe-inspiring Meteora. These hermetic retreats were built under impossible conditions, often with only a rickety winch or some treacherous rock-cut stairs for access. Nonetheless they are full of priceless Byzantine treasures, including exquisite murals, Orthodox iconography and precious manuscripts. Return to Athens via Trikala, Lamia and Thermopylae. Here we stop to visit the Leonidas Monument commemorating the routing of the Persian invaders at the Battle of Thermopylae. Arrive back in Athens early in the evening.
Day 4
Day free in Athens. Make own way to the airport

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Share twin accommodation in selected hotels
2 nights’ in Athens
1 nights’ Kalambaka
Breakfast & Dinner in Kalambaka
Transfers from Athens to Kalambaka

Airfare
Insurance
Tips
Personal items
Any services not mentioned
Visas

Day 1
Arrive in Athens and make your own way to the hotel. Overnight at Hotel
Day 2
From Athens we’ll pass through Livadeia, Arachova and the ancient town of Thebes. At Delphi, visit the Sanctuary of Apollo Pythios, and learn the story of this brave god’s triumph over the dragon that guarded the omphalos. This mysterious ‘navel stone’ gave the Delphic oracle her powers. Visit the Treasury of the Athenians, built to store offerings of gratitude to the god. See the stadium where the ancient Pythian Games, precursors to our modern Olympics, were lost or won. Then explore the on-site museums where you can see the omphalos stone itself as well as masterpieces of ancient Greek sculpture. Then it’s on to Kalambaka, gateway to the Meteora, for dinner and an overnight stay. Accommodation: Business class in English: 4* Hotel – Divani Kalambaka Hotel or Grand Meteora Hotel or similar, Business class in Spanish: 4* Hotel – Amalia Hotel or Grand Metora Hotel or similar, Tourist class: 3* Hotel – Orfeas Hotel or similar.
Day 3
The next day, explore the monasteries atop the awe-inspiring Meteora. These hermetic retreats were built under impossible conditions, often with only a rickety winch or some treacherous rock-cut stairs for access. Nonetheless they are full of priceless Byzantine treasures, including exquisite murals, Orthodox iconography and precious manuscripts. Return to Athens via Trikala, Lamia and Thermopylae. Here we stop to visit the Leonidas Monument commemorating the routing of the Persian invaders at the Battle of Thermopylae. Arrive back in Athens early in the evening.
Day 4
Day free in Athens. Make own way to the airport

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