Packages to italy and greece 2023
So nothing, take paper and pen, choose the Greece tour that best suits what you want to do and if you have it clear, book in advance because in Greece the cool things fly and from this blog you will not leave without the whole trip organized as we did.
The first of the routes is a 7 day trip through Greece, which despite being a very short duration, I have tried to distribute the coolest places you can see in those days taking into account how little you are going to be in the country. I already predict that you will want to come back!
Here is the itinerary for Greece in 7 days that I would do, detailed day by day, where I have left a column with what to do each day and another one with the place where we will spend the night that day.
As we have a few days in Athens, for this second day you must see the Panatinaiko stadium and climb Mount Lycabettus. After this, we pick up the rental car in the city and head to Meteora (4h).
Roadtrip from Meteora to Athens. We get up early and the first stop on the way to Athens will be Delphi (3h). From there we will head to the Monastery of Osios Loukas (0h 42min). From the monastery to Athens we have 2h 12min. There we will leave the car and take a flight to Mykonos.
Itinerary italy and greece
The third day will be completely free. However, breakfast is included and the guides will be happy to recommend places to visit to fill your day with the most interesting activities. If you wish, you can also opt for one of the optional excursions to Naples, Capri or Pompeii.
After breakfast, the services provided by the agency will be concluded. This means that the trip to the airport is at the client’s expense, although this does not mean that our guides will not inform you about the best ways to get there.
As you can see, our trip “From Rome to Athens in 12 days” is one of the most interesting tour packages you can find, since it will allow you to get to know two of the most important capitals of the classical world.
Italy and Greece in 15 days
Continue the route by car, now already in the Chianti region, famous for its wines. In the afternoon you will arrive in Florence and you will have time to stroll through its historic center. Book a hotel to spend the night in Florence. For dinner we will recommend a real gem: a local restaurant, very good and cheap.
The route continues this day to Venice. For this, you can continue with the rental car but we recommend you to go by train (in the Detailed Route we will give you the website and directions so you can book it without problems). Upon arrival you will have time to visit St. Mark’s Square and surroundings. Overnight in Venice.
Recommended route to stroll through the most emblematic neighborhoods of Venice: San Polo, Dorsoduro and Santa Croce. Night in Venice. We will recommend several local restaurants, especially to try the “cicchetti”, Venetian tapas bars very famous among the locals but unknown to most tourists!
Recommended route to visit the historic center of Milan. At the end take the train to Santa Margherita Ligure. Spend the afternoon in the beautiful village of Portofino. Overnight in Santa Margherita Ligure.
Southern italy and greece
Discover the wonders of ancient Greece with this inspiring itinerary. Stroll through stunning green olive groves and enjoy the breathtaking natural beauty that Greece has to offer. Traveling by train in Greece can sometimes be complicated, but the beauty of the scenery makes it well worth it.
The city of Patras is famous for being Greece’s Gateway to the West and is the perfect place to start your train adventure. With a history spanning four millennia, Patras is home to many, many monuments from the time of the ancient Greek, Roman and Byzantine empires. Most notable are the Patras Castle that towers over the city and the ancient Roman Odeon, which in summer is used for concerts.
Among the more recently built attractions is the Basilica of St. Andrew of Patras, located by the sea. When you are admiring the Gulf of Patras, look to the right to see the Rio-Antirrio Bridge, which is 1.8 miles (3 kilometers) long and connects the Peloponnese peninsula with the Greek mainland.