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Aegean Voyager 9 days/8 nights

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Aegean Voyager 9 days/8 nightsHighlights
  • Accommodation for 3 nights in Athens, 2 nights in Mykonos in selected 3- or 4-star hotels sharing double occupancy in standard double room on bed and breakfast basis
  • Organized, guided Athens sightseeing tour
  • Organized, guided, full day Delphi tour (lunch included)
  • Arrival and departure transfers in Athens and on the islands
  • Economy, one way hydrofoil or ferry tickets from Piraeus to Mykonos
  • 3-day cruise to the Greek islands and Turkey visiting Mykonos, Kusadasi (Ephesus), Patmos, Heraklion-Crete, Santorini sharing double occupancy in standard twin-bedded cabin on full board basis
  • All entrance fees as per the itinerary
  • All service fees and local taxes
  • VAT
  • 24-hour assistance telephone service
Departs: Sun
Visiting: Athens, Mykonos, Kusadasi, Patmos, Heraklion-Crete, Santorini, Piraeus

Day 1: Arrival / Athens
Arrival in Athens and transfer to your hotel. Afternoon is at leisure to explore the city of Athens. Walk through the narrow streets of Plaka or take an optional excursion to Cape Sounion. In the evening enjoy a delicious Greek dinner in one of the numerous tavernas

Day 2: Athens
After breakfast we start on the city tour of Athens visiting the Acropolis and Parthenon, the Erechtheion and the Acropolis Museum. Drive past the Tomb of the Uknown Soldier, the Panathenian Stadium, the Temple of Zeus and lots more. The remainder of the day is free for your own activities

Day 3: Athens
After breakfast we start on the full day Delphi or Mycenae and Epidaurus tour (lunch is included)

Day 4: Athens / Mykonos
Morning transfer to the port of Piraeus to embark the hydrofoil or ferry to Mykonos. Arrival in Mykonos and transfer to your hotel.

Day 5: Mykonos
Day at leisure. Explore the beautiful beaches, the dark hills and the numerous windmills of the island. In the evening enjoy the Mykonian night-life in one of the numerous night clubs and bars

Day 6: 3-day cruise
Late afternoon transfer to the port of Mykonos to embark the 3-day cruise

Day 7: Kusadasi / Patmos
Early morning arrival at Kusadasi. Optional tour at the ancient marble city of Ephesus. Departing for Patmos at noon. Arrival in Patmos where you have the opportunity to join an optional tour to the St. John Grotto. Departure at night for Heraklion-Crete (B, L, D)

Day 8: Heraklion-Crete / Santorini
Early morning arrival at Heraklion-Crete. Optional tour to Knossos. Noon departure for Santorini. Afternoon arrival at Santorini. Enjoy this magnificent island though by many to be the remains of the lost Atlantis (B, L, D)

Day 9: Athens / Departure
Arrive in Piraeus and transfer to airport for your flight home


Rates upon request for 5-star hotel accommodation

Cruise onboard: Celestyal Olympia

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