1 night in Athens, 3 nights in Rhodes, 3 nights in Heraklion-Crete in 3 or 4-star selected hotels sharing double occupancy in standard double room on bed and breakfast basis
Organized, guided, Athens sightseeing tour visiting the most important sites of the city and the Acropolis
Economy, one way air tickets from Athens to Rhodes
Economy, one way air tickets from Rhodes to Heraklion-Crete
Economy, one way air tickets from Heraklion-Crete to Athens
Arrival and departure transfers in Athens, Rhodes and Heraklion-Crete
All entrance fees as per the itinerary
All service fees and local taxes
24-hour assistance telephone service
Departs: Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat, Sun
Visiting: Athens, Rhodes, Heraklion-Crete
Day 1: Athens - Arrival Arrival at the Athens airport. Welcome by our representative, assistance with custom formalities and transfer to your Athens hotel. Day at leisure to explore the city
Day 2: Athens - Sightseeing tour - Rhodes After breakfast we start on the Athens sightseeing tour including visits to the Acropolis, the Parthenon, the Erechtheum and the Acropolis Museum. Private transfer to Athens airport for your flight to Rhodes, the Isle of Knights. Welcome by our representative and transfer to your hotel
Days 3, 4: Rhodes Two days at leisure. Explore the city of Rhodes, visit the Battlements of the Knights of St. John and the Palace of the Grand Master. Optional visit to the picturesque Lindos
Day 5: Rhodes - Heraklion, Crete After breakfast transfer to Rhodes airport for your flight to Heraklion, Crete. Arrival and transfer to your hotel
Days 6, 7: Heraklion, Crete Two days at leisure to explore the city of Heraklion and the beautiful beaches nearby. Crete offers the ancient site of the Palace of Knossos capital of the Minoan kingdom. Explore the underground labyrinth and the Minoan relics displayed at the Heraklion museum
Day 8: Heraklion - Athens Transfer to Heraklion airport for an early morning flight to Athens
Rates upon request for 5-star hotel accommodation
Greek phrase of the day
po'so ka'nei ?: how much does it cost ?
Did you know that...
pythos was used to carry wine, olives and figs but it also served as a ballot box?
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