Historical Greece
8 Days


8 Days: Athens, Delphi, Kalambaka, Meteora, Thessaloniki, Pella, Dion

Tour Overview
Experience the rich history of ancient Greece with this 8-day tour. Start in Athens to visit the world famous Parthenon. Make your way to the temple of Apollo, which is the home of Pythia. Travel to Mount Olympus in Meteora, one of the most beautiful areas of Greece and home to the 12 Gods in Greek Mythology. Visit the famous Aristotle school in Macedonia. Round out this amazing trip with a visit to Macedonia’s beautiful waterfalls, and the archaeological park of Dion at the foot of Mount Olympus.

Day 01 – Arrival / Athens

Arrival at the Athens airport, welcome assistance and transfer to the hotel. Rest of the day at leisure. Overnight in Athens.

Day 02 – City tour / Athens (B)

The day is dedicated to exploring the city of Athens. We begin with a panoramic tour to the most important monuments and landmarks of the city including the Panathinaikon stadium, the Zappeion, the temple of Olympian Zeus, Hadrian’s Arch, Syntagma square, the Parliament, the tomb of the unknown soldier, Schliemann’s house, the Academy, the University, the National Library, and the old Parliament. Next we head for our guided visit to the Acropolis, including the Propylae, the temple of Athena Nike, the Parthenon, the Erechtheion. Later, we continue with a guided visit to the Acropolis museum voted one of the best museums in the world. Afternoon at leisure to explore Plaka, the picturesque old part of the city, and why not, some shopping at Ermou street.

Day 03 – Delphi / Kalambaka (B,D)

After our breakfast we depart northwards towards Delphi, which used to be the most sacred place in the world and a pilgrimage center for many centuries in antiquity. You will admire the Sanctuary of Apollo, walk the Sacred way, and visit the temple of Apollo, home of Pythia (the oracle). We continue to the local museum with the famous bronze statue of the Charioteer. In the afternoon we will be crossing the mountains of central Greece to arrive in Kalambaka for dinner and overnight.

Day 04 – Meteora / Thessaloniki (B,D)

This morning we will be visiting Meteora. Amazing rock formations, like towers of sandstone, stand ageless, and have provided sacred retreat for monks over the centuries. A number of monasteries are hidden on top of Meteora. The view over the plain is breathtaking. Meteora is considered among the most beautiful areas of mainland Greece and belongs to Unesco’s list of world heritage monuments. We continue our day as we drive north, through the striking plain of Thessaly and the Valley of Tempi. The way leads under the impressive Mount Olympos, home of the 12 Gods in Greek Mythology, to Thessaloniki, capital of northern Greece for dinner and overnight.

Day 05 – Thessaloniki / Thessaloniki (B,D)

The morning is dedicated to exploring the city of Thessaloniki. We will visit the most important landmarks and monuments of the city, and embrace its glorious Byzantine past, with visits to its characteristic churches and the museum of Byzantine culture. The afternoon will be at leisure to explore more of the city on your own.

Day 06 – Edessa, Aristotle’s school, Vergina, Veria / Thessaloniki (B,D)

Today we will be exploring the historical places of Macedonia. First stop will be the town of Edessa with its beautiful waterfalls. Our next visit will be to Aristotle’s school where the great philosopher taught the « the doctrines of morals and politics» to Alexander the Great. We continue to Vergina with the Royal tombs of Macedonia, including this of King Phillip II, father of Alexander the Great. Our last stop for today will be to Veria with the Bema of St. Paul, the colorful market and the Jewish neighborhood. Return drive to Thessaloniki for dinner and overnight.

Day 07 – Pella, Dion / Athens (B)

Our exploration of the history of Macedonian history continues today on our way back to Athens. Our first stop will be to Pella, ancient capital of Macedonia and birthplace of Alexander the Great. We will visit the site with the excuisite floor mosaics and the new local museum. We continue our drive to the archaeological park of Dion, the sacred place of ancient Macedonia at the foot of mount Olympos. After our visits we continue our drive, with a photostop at Thermopylae and the statue of Leonidas, to arrive in Athens in the evening.

Day 08 – Departure (B)

Breakfast and at the appropriate time, transfer to the airport for your departure flight.

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Departure dates: Selected departures from May to September. Please see rates table below.
Dates DBL Occ Sgl Occ
May 04 - May 11 CAD 2,574 CAD 3,744
May 05 - May 12 CAD 2,574 CAD 3,744
May 18 - May 25 CAD 2,574 CAD 3,744
May 19 - May 26 CAD 2,574 CAD 3,744
Jun 08 - Jun 15 CAD 2,574 CAD 3,744
Jun 09 - Jun 16 CAD 2,574 CAD 3,744
Jun 22 - Jun 29 CAD 2,574 CAD 3,744
Jun 23 - Jun 30 CAD 2,574 CAD 3,744
Jul 06 - Jul 13 CAD 2,574 CAD 3,744
Jul 07 - Jul 14 CAD 2,574 CAD 3,744
Sep 14 - Sep 21 CAD 2,574 CAD 3,744
Sep 15 - Sep 22 CAD 2,574 CAD 3,744
Sep 21- Sep 28 CAD 2,574 CAD 3,744
Sep 22 - Sep 29 CAD 2,574 CAD 3,744
Sep 28 - Oct 05 CAD 2,574 CAD 3,744
Sep 29 - Oct 06 CAD 2,574 CAD 3,744
Polis Grand, Golden Age, Zafolia, Titania, Stanley, Athenian Callirhoe or Similar
Hotel Amalia & Hotel Divani Or Similar
Hotel Mediterranean Palace Or Similar
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  • Accommodation on BB, 3 nights in Athens
  • Athens city tour with Acropolis and Acropolis museum, on SIC, including English speaking guide.
  • The 5-day northern Greece tour on SIC, on half-board basis (breakfast and dinner)
  • All transfers
  • Meet & Greet service for tour briefing and orientation, by an English speaking representative
  • All entrance/admission fees to sites and museums
  • All taxes and our services


  • Any meals other than those mentioned above
  • Any drinks during included meals
  • Any personal expenses
  • Any tips
  • Any porterage at hotels.
  • Anything else not specifically mentioned in the inclusions.

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