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Explore Greece, the mythical land of gods and goddesses, filled with sunshine, vibrant colors, stunning scenery, ancient history, and friendly locals.


  • Explore the Acropolis of Athens, the ancient citadel containing the remains of historical buildings, including the world renown Parthenon. After exploring this iconic site, take a break from the heat in the Acropolis Museum, where you can walk on glass floors that exhibit the ruins of homes excavated during the museum’s construction. Stop in the Museum Café to enjoy a light bite while enjoying captivating views.

  • Admire the Monasteries of Meteora, which are a rare, giant geological phenomenon of rocks towering the skies with 15th century monasteries atop.

  • Visit Mt. Olympus, known for being the highest mountain in Greece and the home of Zeus. Start at the base of the mountain in the village of Litochoro for easily accessible trails. The Archeological park and museum at Ancient Dion at the foot of Mount Olympus is also worth a browse.

  • Live presently while soaking up the Aegean Sea and Island hoping from Corfu and Santorini, where you will find simple, peaceful living and beautiful landscapes.

  • Visit Olympia, the site of the first Olympic Games in 776 BC, which began as a small, regional festival. Discover shops, cafes, restaurants and the Historical Museum of the Olympic Games.

  • Voyage to the Cave of the Apocalypse on the Island of Patmos, a UNESCO World Heritage site where the Apostle John is said to have written the Book of Revelation. Afterwards, relax on beautiful beaches of the Island of Patmos.

  • Visit Delphi, a UNESCO World Heritage Site on the slopes of Mount Parnassus which is known as the sanctuary of Apollo and the shrine of his oracle.

Good to know

  • The best times to visit Greece are fall and spring, as the crowds and temperatures are milder

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