Tour spain, italy and greece
Breakfast and overnight at the hotel. Free day on the island to enjoy the sun, the sea and the wonderful beaches, as well as the beauty of this magical island with its incredible nightlife. Day 16. MYKONOS – ATHENS Breakfast and at the indicated time, transfer to the port to board the ferry to Piraeus. Arrival and transfer to the hotel of your choice in Athens. Accommodation Day 17: ATHENS – CITY OF ORIGIN Breakfast. At appropriate time transfer to the airport. Departure on Alitalia’s international flight to your city of origin End of our services *THIS ITINERARY MAY BE ALTERED OR MODIFIED AT THE CONSIDERATION OF THE TOUR OPERATOR, FOR THEIR OPTIMUM DEVELOPMENT.
Rome: Ergife or similar 4* Salerno: Holiday Inn cava De’ Tirreni 4* or similar Athens: Titania 4* or similar Olympia: Arty Grand / Amalia 4* or similar Delphi: Amalia 4* or similar Santorini: Santorini Palace / El Greco 4* or similar Mykonos: Manoulas 4* or similar Mykonos: Manoulas 4* or similar
Italy and Greece in 15 days
Arrival transfer (airport – hotel) in Athens / Transportation by modern coach with English speaking guide / Sightseeing tour in Athens, Olympia and Rome / Transfer to Plaka district in Athens and Trastevere district in Rome / Entrance fees to Acrocorinth Fortress, Mycenae, Olympia Archaeological Site and Patras Castle / Overnight ferry ride between Patras and Ancona / Accommodation in tourist – superior class hotels / Daily buffet breakfast / 1 dinner as indicated in the itinerary / Tourist insurance.
Arrival at Athens International Airport, reception by our staff and transfer to the hotel. Free day to settle in and discover at your leisure the Capital of Greece. Overnight at the hotel.
Breakfast. Free day for personal activities, in which we recommend an optional excursion to Naples, Capri and Pompeii to discover the Jewels of Campania. You will visit Pompeii, an ancient city buried in the first century under the ashes of the Vesuvius Volcano and visit the mythical Isle of Capri, one of the most beautiful islands in the Tyrrhenian Sea and one of the main vacation spots for celebrities, which captivated the Roman emperors with its natural beauty. Overnight at the hotel.
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What are the requirements to travel to Greece now, do I need a PCR or is the vaccination certificate enough? It is normal that you ask yourself these questions, since we are in a time of many changes. Fortunately, the Hellenic country is one of the destinations where you can travel now. At IATI Insurance, as lovers of Greece, we are going to tell you everything you need to know so that you can plan your adventure and discover beautiful landscapes and corners with centuries of history.
It is expected that from May 1, 2022, all these restrictions will disappear. The use of face masks indoors will only be mandatory in certain limited cases. Greece wants to boost tourism at all costs this summer, so if you decide to visit, you will find an almost normal climate.
As we told you in Is it safe to travel to Greece, you should always drive with caution, but we advise you to be much more cautious in Greece. Forced overtaking is not uncommon and many drivers expect you to pull straight onto the shoulder so that they can overtake you. In addition, most of the roads are not in good condition.