Greece, with the wisdom
Of An expert.
Greece is a country in southeastern Europe with thousands of islands throughout the Aegean and Ionian seas. Influential in ancient times, it's often called the cradle of Western civilization. Athens, its capital, retains landmarks including the 5th-century B.C. Acropolis citadel with the Parthenon temple. Greece is also known for its beaches, from the black sands of Santorini to the party resorts of Mykonos.
Choose the type of Land Travel with our knowledgeable travel specialist.
Unlock your imagination with unique excursions recommended by us.
Experience an exceptional Greece Package tour vacation crafted just for you.
Greece Land PACKAGES, designed
just for you
Let Us Build Your Dream Vacation
OUR TOP PICKS
Athens, Mykonos, Santorini Adventure
Flavors of the Aegean: Greek Culinary Experience
Greece Highlights with Crete
Greece Island Hopping Signature
Athens, Mykonos, Paros, Santorini
Combine Athens’ ancient sites and the scenic splendors of the Cyclades on this once-in-a-lifetime journey through the Greek Islands. Stand atop the Acropolis, explore the highlights of Mykonos and Paros, watch the sunset from the deck of a catamaran off the coast of Santorini, and more.
Romantic Greek Island Getaway
Athens, Mykonos, Naxos, Santorini
Discover the ancient wonders of Athens and the Cyclades’ stunning beauty on this romantic Greek getaway. Stand atop the Acropolis, tour Mykonos by foot and bicycle, relax on Naxos, and toast a glorious Santorini sunset from the deck of a private catamaran.
Greece Exclusive with Amanzoe
Athens, Santorini, Porto Heli
Experience the very best Greece has to offer on this magical journey that takes in the historical treasures of Athens, Santorini’s legendary sunshine, and the exclusive Amanzoe resort in the Peloponnese. Stand atop the Acropolis, watch the sun set over Santorini from a catamaran, explore charming Greek island villages, and so much more.
Considered the symbol of Athens and Greece, and indeed of Western civilization, the Acropolis is a rocky mound rising in the heart of modern Athens, crowned by three magnificent temples dating from the 5th century BC. The best known and most distinctive is the Parthenon, originally made up of 58 columns supporting a roof and decorated by ornate pediments and a frieze.
Skirting the foot of the Acropolis and connecting it to the city's other major ancient attractions — the Ancient Agora , the Roman Forum, Kerameikos, and the Temple of Olympian Zeus — is a 2.5-kilometer walking path known as the Archaeological Promenade.
Stunning Santorini is the most dramatic of all the Greek isles. It is best known for the west coast cliff-top towns of Fira and Oia, which appear to hang over a deep, blue sea-filled caldera. Made up of typical Cycladic whitewashed cubic buildings, many of which have been converted into boutique hotels with infinity pools, both Fira and Oia are considered romantic destinations, popular for weddings and honeymoons.
Things to do in Santorini include sunbathing and swimming at the black volcanic-sand beaches on the south and east coasts and visiting the archaeological site of Akrotiri, an Ancient Minoan settlement buried below lava following the volcanic eruption that created the caldera, some 3,600 years ago. The island has an airport and is served by ferries and catamarans from Athens' port, Piraeus.
Greece's most glamorous island destination is Mykonos. After-dark activities center on Mykonos Town, noted for its chic boutique hotels, classy seafood restaurants, and live music venues. Other attractions include Paraportiani (a whitewashed church in Mykonos Town) and numerous sandy beaches along the island's south coast (served both by bus and taxi-boat from Mykonos Town). The island is particularly popular with international celebrities. Mykonos has an airport and is connected by ferry and catamaran to Athens' port, Piraeus, and Rafina.
DID you know This about Greece?
GREECE IS OFTEN CONSIDERED TO BE THE WORLD’S FIRST DEMOCRACY
The Athenian Democracy was a system dating back to the fifth century B.C. It was a system of direct democracy, where citizens with voting-rights voted directly on legislation and executive bills. However, participation at this point was not open to all residents.
To vote, you had to be an adult and male citizen. So in other words, foreigners, women, and slaves had no votes.
ONE OF THE SUNNIEST COUNTRIES IN THE Whole WORLD
Did you know that the whole country has more than 250 days of sun on average? That’s more than 3000 sunny hours per year. Some islands even see around 300 days of sun per year!
GREECE HAS ONE OF THE RICHEST VARIETIES OF WILDLIFE IN EUROPE
Home to 116 species of mammals, 18 species of amphibians, 59 species of reptiles, 240 species of bird, and species 107 of fish. Among these animals are the Monk Seal, the Loggerhead Sea turtle and many more.
LIKE WHAT YOU SEE?
YOUR JOURNEY ... YOUR ADVENTURE ...YOUR WAY!