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A typical round trip Greece tour will start or finish in its historic capital, Athens. In Athens, you can witness Greece’s most famous monument, the incredible Acropolis. Crowned by the Parthenon, the Acropolis overlooks the entire city. Another mesmerizing site that you can’t afford to miss on your Greek holiday is the spectacular monasteries of Meteora. Perched up high on top of six natural sandstone rock pillars. The monasteries were a safe haven for monks during the 14th-century bloodshed. Today, they are one of Greece’s most respected sites.
While many travels to Greece for its history, the country is under a complete revamp. When you travel to Greece, expect new stylish shops and restaurants. A thriving art scene manifesting the direction that the Greek capital is heading. It’s no better time to experience a Greece vacation to witness this wonderful transition!
Your Greece holiday package is not complete without indulging in the finer things in life! Greece has over thousands of islands throughout the Aegean and Ionian seas - island-hop, relax, and soak up some sun! Santorini is the most popular of the Greek island. Witness its layered white-washed facade overlooking the picturesque Aegean ocean.
Are you planning a trip to Greece for romance? Well, Santorini has evolved to be a popular destination wedding location! While there are many Greece travel tours related to adventure, cuisine, and history. It’s not unusual that trips to Greece are the choice of honeymooners! There are several Greece honeymoon packages that can be customized for your special occasion! Enjoy a private cruise, wine tasting, or a candlelight dinner by Caldera.
Other popular island destinations in Greece are Crete, Mykonos, Corfu, and Rhodes. If your up for an adventure, Crete, the Samaria Gorge awaits for trekking and/or hiking. The White Mountains National Park centers around the gorge. At approx. 1200 meters, it offers breathtaking views and is the longest gorge in Europe.
Whether you’re a history buff, thrill-seeker, or a foodie, Greece has something for everyone! Along with immersing in the history of Athens. Take a cooking course, which is a popular activity during a variety of Greece private tours. You don’t want to miss the opportunity to learn how to make some of the finest cuisines in the world!
Greece’s diverse cuisine is world-famous, relying heavily on a wide variety of fresh foods. It reflects the Mediterranean diet, with the use of a rich amount of olive oil, salads mixed with sumptuous fresh yogurt, and fresh soft bread. Don’t forget the ubiquitous olives and feta cheese! Dips are used widely and are used frequently in Greek recipes. In particular, the mouth-watering Tzatziki (yogurt, cucumber, and garlic) and taramasalata (cod roe, olive oil, and lemon juice).
With many coasts and islands, fish is another dish served incredibly well in Greece. Although not popular, meats in Greece are prepared to perfection and are accessible.
With so many options, you're sure to create memories in Greece that will last a lifetime!
Greece has evolved over the years with new restaurants, shops, and an emerging art scene. But still, consists of the most significant history and philosophy in Europe. Understanding the culture and traditions of the Greek is essential to make the most out of your dream Greece vacation. Nonetheless, our destination expert can't wait to share with you local tips and recommendations! With so many Greece private tours available, choose from handpicked attractions and activities.
Experience a tour to Greece that features a variety of rich experiences. Explore the best Greece has to offer by cruise, vehicle, or foot. Witness magnificent historic sights including Corinth Canal, Olympia, Poseidon’s Temple, and more. Learn about the ancient history of Athens and Greek traditions. Did you know Greece has over 6,000 islands? Discover the best of them and relax on their beaches overlooking the Aegean and Ionian seas.
Hungry? Well, Greece is a food lover's dream! Devour all kinds of delicious Mediterranean cuisine and every kind of seafood you could imagine! Select your dream Greece holiday package, whether you're traveling solo or as a couple. Are you convinced yet? Start planning your holiday to Greece today!
trip.me Tours to Greece
From food to cosmopolitan islands to religious practices, a trip.me private tour of Greece will give you an experience of a lifetime. Your destination expert will guide you through Greece’s fascinating history. As well as, help you discover the best of contemporary Greece!
Contemporary Greek culture relies heavily on Greece’s location. Lying where east meets west, reflecting and merging both. The country’s history is also a fundamental factor in understanding Greek philosophy. As well, understanding the rich modern culture that it has evolved into.
No matter what kind of traveler you are, our itineraries can be customized to fit your preferences. Let us help you make the most of your holiday in Greece!
Food, Religious practices, and traditions are all an integral part of the culture in Greece. Contemporary Greek culture relies heavily on Greece’s location, lying where east meets west and therefore reflecting and merging both. The country’s turbulent history is also a fundamental factor in understanding Greek philosophy.
Having evolved over thousands of years, Greece contains arguably the most significant history and philosophy in Europe and is essential to understanding the rich modern culture that it has evolved in to.
Greece’s diverse cuisine is world-famous and relies heavily on a wide variety of fresh foods. It reflects the Mediterranean diet and makes use of a rich amount of olive oil, salads mixed with sumptuous fresh yogurt and scooped up with soft, fresh bread, and of course the ubiquitous olives and feta cheese.
Dips are used widely and are also an enviable group of Greek recipes, in particular, the mouth-watering Tzatziki (yogurt, cucumber, and garlic) and taramosalata (cod roe, olive oil, and lemon juice).
Having many coasts and islands, fish is another dish served incredibly well in Greece and, although not so popular, meats in Greece are cooked to perfection and easily accessible.
The best time of the year to visit Greece would be the periods just before and just after summer.
Mid-April to Mid-June you will see the beautiful spring weather just heading into summer but also avoid those intense summer months of mid-June to September.
The worst times to visit would be the scorching month of August and also the wet winter months from November-February.
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