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Trip to GREECE (part 2) Agistri, Moni, Aegina and Athens


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IES Hispanidad travels back in time to Ancient Greece

DAY 1/SATURDAY: ARRIVAL ATHENSArrival at Athens International Airport and meeting with our representative. During the transfer to the hotel you will enjoy a panoramic view of the city. Welcome lunch at a local restaurant in Placa, the picturesque old town of Athens. The rest of the day is at your disposal.

DAY 5/WEDNESDAY: RHODE, GREECEAt 7:00 a.m. we arrive in Rhodes. This fortified city was built by an Order of Crusaders. Our excursion takes us to the Temple of Athena on the majestic rocky Acropolis of Lindos, with the Aegean Sea at its foot. From the Acropolis amazing views cover the expanse down to the sea and St. Paul’s Bay, where the apostle docked on his historic journey to Ephesus. Lunch on board and afternoon at leisure to enjoy a stroll around the medieval walled town of Rhodes or a coffee in one of the elegant and cosmopolitan cafes in the harbor. At 6:00 p.m. we set sail for Heraklion, Crete.

DAY 8/SATURDAY: TOLON – NAUPLIA – MICENNA – OLYMPIADeparture for Nafplion (short stop), the first capital of modern Greece, where we will see the beautiful harbor and the city’s magnificent fortifications, built by the Italians during the occupation of the country. Next stop will be at Mycenae to visit the remains of a prehistoric fortified citadel with Cyclopean Walls, the Lions Gate, the ruins of the Mycenaean Palace and the Tomb of King Agamemnon. Presentation of research at the site. Lunch at a local restaurant in Mycenae and departure to Olympia where we will spend the night.

End-of-year trip to Greece

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An online application form can be completed in as little as five (5) minutes. Applicants are required to enter information on their passport page, personal details, their contact details such as email and address, and employment details. The applicant must be in good health and have no criminal record.

Once the fees have been paid, processing of the eTA application begins. Canada eTA is sent by email. The Canada visa for Greek citizens will be sent by email, after they have completed the online application form with the required information and once the online credit card payment has been verified. In very rare circumstances, if additional documentation is required, the applicant will be contacted prior to approval of the Canada eTA.

Conversation in MODERN GREEK #1: We are going on a trip to Greece!

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Greece is the country of ancient architecture, the Olympic Games, undisputed artists, literature and the study of history, politics, mathematics and science. To know and discover Greece, you will have to visit the places that marked the history of this country, either by its Greek Islands or by the most important cities, such as Athens.

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