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A week in Greece: Santorini, Mykonos & Athens (by air)

Let us handle the details

  • Round Trip Flight
  • Private Transportation
  • Experienced Trip Leader
  • Daily Breakfast
  • Handpicked Hotels
  • Local Tour Guide


Your trip includes

  • Round-trip airfare & transportations in Germany and Greece (incl. 20 kg checked baggage)
  • 3 nights’ hand-picked hotel accommodation in Santorini
  • 2 nights hand-picked hotel accommodation in Mykonos
  • 2 nights’ hand-picked hotel accommodation in Athens
  • 7 x breakfast buffet
  • Ferry transfers
  • Guided sightseeing tour of Santorini
  • Guided sightseeing tour of Athens
  • Explore Europe Trip Leader
  • Hotel city taxes and handling charges

Your trip highlights

  • Santorini’s stunning whitewashed architecture and black-sand beaches
  • Cruising the shimmering waters of the Aegean
  • Windmills in Mykonos Town
  • Ancient Athens’ world-famous Acropolis
  • Hadrian’s Arch and the 1896 Olympic Stadium in Athens
  • The warm and welcoming Greeks

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Day 1: Travel Day (Friday, October 26)

Your trip begins with a transportation from Grafenwoehr to Munich airport and a regularly scheduled direct flight from Munich to Santorini in Greece.

Flight times:
Departure from MUNICH AIRPORT 13:40
Arrival in SANTORINI AIRPORT 17:25

Welcome to Greece! Meet your local guide at the airport and transfer to Santorini to settle in to your hotel.

Day 2: Sightseeing tour of Santorini (Saturday, October 27)
After an included breakfast, take in the local sights on a guided tour of Santorini, a volcanic isle known for its black-sand beaches, cliff-lined shores, and stunning whitewashed architecture.

• Visit the prehistoric settlements that were unearthed during the archaeological excavations at Akrotiri
• Ride to the top of Mount Profitis Ilias for panoramic views of the whole island
• Stop in the small, picturesque village of Pyrgos

Spend a free afternoon in Santorini or add an excursion:

Guided Optional Excursion – Greek Wine Tasting & Lunch €49
Santorini’s volcanic landscape and nutrient-rich soil nurture a wealth of outstanding vineyards. You’ll tour a local winery and learn about how the vines are trained to grow close to the ground, which helps protect the grapes from the strong ocean winds. Then, sit down for a lunch and tasting featuring some of their signature varietals including Assyrtiko and Vin Santo.

Day 3: Free day in Santorini (Sunday, October 28)
Today, enjoy free time to discover the island’s charming culture and awe-inspiring landscapes.

Day 4: Transfer to Mykonos (Monday, October 29)
After breakfast, travel by ferry to Mykonos and spend some free time on the island when you arrive.

• See the iconic windmills in Mykonos Town, built as early as the 16th century
• View Little Venice, the charming neighborhood right along the Aegean Sea

Day 5: Free Day in Mykonos (Tuesday, October 30)
Enjoy a free day in Mykonos or add an excursion:

Guided Optional Excursion – Delos Island €59
Journey by boat to the island of Delos, rich with mythological history and once one of Greece’s most sacred spots. Your guided tour of the island’s ancient city will transport you to the time when this was an important center for trade in silk, spices, and slaves. You can explore the ruins of the Sanctuary of Apollo, the Sacred Cave, the Lion Terrace, and the House of Dionysus, where you’ll find a breathtaking mosaic of the god of wine.

Day 6: Transfer to Athens (Wednesday, October 31)
Today, travel by ferry to Athens and spend some free time exploring the vibrant capital of Greece.

Day 7: Sightseeing tour of Athens (Thursday, November 1)
A local guide introduces you to the highlights of this bustling ancient capital, home to the world’s first democracy.

• Pass by the Olympic Stadium, Syntagma Square, and the Arch of Hadrian
• View the sixth-century Temple of Zeus
• See the classically inspired Old Royal Palace, home of the Hellenic Parliament, and drive through the Plaka district
• Set off on a walking tour around the ancient Acropolis, site of the Parthenon, Temple of Athena Nike, and Erechtheion

Enjoy a free afternoon in Athens or add an excursion.

Guided Optional Excursion – Cape Sounion €49
Journey to the southern tip of the Attic Peninsula to take in the sights of the Poseidon Coast, including sandy beaches, natural and manmade harbors and, of course, the Aegean Sea itself. High above the sparkling shoreline, the Temple of Poseidon dominates the landscape. Of the original structure, 16 elegant Doric pillars remain. Afterward, decide how you’d like to spend your free time. Take a moment to look out from the lofty cliffside vantage point, where you can see five Aegean islands on a clear day. You may also choose to enjoy a coffee, stop in the souvenir shop, or stroll through the area. Please note: This excursion involves some walking on uneven terrain.

Day 8: Departure (Friday, November 2)
This morning check out from hotel and transfer to the airport for your return flight home.

Flight times:
Departure from ATHENS AIRPORT at 10:20 AM
Arrival in NUREMBERG AIRPORT at 12:15 PM

On arrival in Nuremberg, transfer back to Grafenwoehr by bus.

IMPORTANT NOTE REGARDING PASSPORTS: A valid tourist passport is required for this trip. Please make sure that you are traveling with the appropriate passport.

*Price is based on 2 persons sharing a room, price for single room extra.
** Please contact us for price per infant under 2 years old.

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Meeting point for the start of the trip
Your trip starts and finishes in Grafenwoehr, Germany.

Address: Dießfurter Str, 92655 Grafenwoehr (parking lot)
Instructions: if you are exiting McDonald’s parking lot in Grafenwoehr you will turn right on to B299 as if you are going towards Netzaberg. You will then take your very first right (as if you are going towards MegaPlay) and as soon as you cross the small bridge there is a driveway on the right side which you can enter into a parking lot. You should see several cars and the bus there. The parking lot is available during the duration of the trip for our passengers.

Passport & Visa
A tourist passport is required for all trips outside of Germany.

Important passport rules are as follows:
If you have a passport with a SOFA stamp on any page (a “No-Fee” passport), you are provided permission to reside in Germany, NOT to travel outside of Germany. You have to have a tourist passport in addition to the SOFA/”No-Fee” passport to travel outside of Germany. You cannot travel with a RED Official passport as that is used only for the purpose of a mission or deployment. If you have a passport with a detachable SOFA card clipped inside, it is acceptable to travel with as that was issued originally as a tourist passport. If you are not sure: a tourist passport will be BLUE and will be valid for 10 years for adults. It cannot contain a SOFA stamp on any page or it is not acceptable. A child’s tourist passport (under 15 years of age) is valid for 5 years, but will not have a SOFA stamp in it anywhere. All of this information has been verified to be correct with the Grafenwoehr Passport Office.

There are no major health risks when traveling to Greece. During the summer months, take proper care for sun exposure. Also, codeine (commonly found in headache medications) is banned in Greece, and you may face prosecution if you bring it into the country.

Baggage Allowance
· One checked baggage: max weight up to 20kg (44 lb)
· One carry-on bag: max weight up to 8kg (17.60 lb). Max size 55cm H (21.5″) x 40cm W (15.5″) x 23cm D (9.05“)
· One personal item such as a purse or laptop bag: max size 40cm H (15”) x 30cm W (11”) x 10cm D (3.9”)

Clothing & Packing Tips
Due to the temperate climate, light, loose-fitting clothing that provides comfort when exploring the sights is essential for your tour. A sun hat, sunglasses and a sturdy pair of walking shoes are recommended for sightseeing. It’s always a good idea to be prepared for any eventuality—a lightweight sports jacket and emergency rainwear are advised. If you plan to visit an especially elegant restaurant or attend the opera or theater, you will probably feel more comfortable in something more formal. Also, remember that it is preferable not to visit churches or other religious sites with bare legs and shoulders (entrance may be denied on this basis).

The Euro is the currency you will be using on your trip. We strongly advise that you take a combination of bank/debit cards and credit cards. We suggest informing your bank and credit card company of your travel plans, so they don’t confuse your international purchases for fraudulent charges.

One of the pleasures of traveling is the variety of local cuisine. Greece’s climate ensures a constant supply of high-quality fresh fruits and vegetables. Salads are excellent here, served with olive oil and topped with feta cheese and oregano. Grilled fish and meat are also a staple. Barbecued lamb, squid, octopus, spinach and cheese pies, baked eggplant and zucchini are other delicious dishes.

At the conclusion of your trip, it’s customary to offer your Trip Leader a gratuity. We recommend tipping €1-2 per person per day for your Trip Leader. Tips can only be paid in cash.

Travel Insurance
We recommend you get travel insurance to reimburse you for unforeseen trip cancellation. Please follow this link to get a quote through our partner SevenCorners.

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