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Most Greece hotels offer free cancellation. Consider booking refundable hotels rather than non-refundable ones. Just look for the ‘free cancellation’ message during your hotel search. Prices can vary, but right now we believe that flexibility matters.
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Nowhere is classical civilization more alive than in Greece. Ancient temples stand as if they were recent installations. Enjoy thousands of miles of Mediterranean coastline and hundreds of beautiful islands in one of Europe’s most popular destinations.
Visit Athens to join the millions of tourists who come each year to see some of the most famous buildings of classical antiquity. The city’s most visible landmark is the Acropolis, a complex from around 500 B.C. that stands atop a rocky bluff within the city. Examine the Parthenon, a Greek temple lined on all four sides by marble pillars. Find additional archaeological sites throughout Greece, like the ruins of Delphi at Mount Parnassus, north of Athens.
Despite the mainland’s long and beautiful coastline, the best way to enjoy the sea in Greece is to visit some of the country’s islands. Make a stop at the gorgeous seaside village of Firá on the island of Santorini. With its blue domed roofs and whitewashed houses clinging to the edge of a steep seaside cliff, Firá is one of the most picturesque villages in the world. Explore the island farther to see that it is actually the cone of an active volcano.
With 1000-foot- (300-meter-) tall cliffs surrounding it, Santorini is not a beach site. Head to the resort island of Mykonos to find one of the best beaches in Greece.
Most people associate Greece with classical civilization and the sea. However, don’t miss one of the country’s best attractions: the Meteora Monasteries. Located in the central mountains of the Greek mainland, these monasteries were built at the top of tall rock pillars to protect them from invaders. When you visit, climb the stairs carved into the pillars and look out from the high vantage points of the rocky bluffs over the rocky lands.
Fly into Greece via the Athens International Airport. Take a boat or a plane from the mainland to any of the hundreds of surrounding islands.
A: If you're limiting yourself to the bustling cities of Athens or Thessaloniki, it might be a good idea to use public transportation or ride-share services. But if your plan is to go on a road trip around the region of West Attica or farther afield, you may like to book a set of wheels beforehand. For Cheap Car Hire in Greece, we can steer you in the right direction.
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A: Zip up your suitcase and rest your head at one of the fine hotels. They're among the most frequently booked accommodations. Apartments, apart-hotels and villas are also easy to find in Greece.
A: There are no limits. We've got all the basics, like cars, flights and hotels. We also have lots of attractions and activities to think about. Pick just one of these options or fill your itinerary to the brim.
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A: You'll have ample options — Technological Cultural Park, Chaos Meteor Crater and Shopping Street are some you could start with. These well-known landmarks are situated in Athens.
If you decide to base your vacation in Thessaloniki, it's worth stopping by Alexander the Great Garden and Agia Theodora. You'll also have lots of fun at Rotònta - Roman Temple.
Lastly, take in the sights of Volos with a visit to Tsalapatas Brickworks Museum, Theophilos Museum and Sesklo.
*Savings based on all vacation package bookings with Flight + Hotel on Expedia.ca from January through December 2020, as compared to price of the same components booked separately. Savings will vary based on origin/destination, length of trip, stay dates and selected travel supplier(s). Savings not available on all packages.
We were in Athens just as the covid 19 virus started to impact all over europe. With the city on lock down it left us little to do apart from walks in the parks and around the hills. The staff were great and kept us updated with latest health news. The location of this small quiet hotel was perfect ...
I really enjoyed the view of the Acropolis and other monuments from the breakfast area. It was a lovely site to view each morning. I also took time to enjoy all the amenities in the spa (I.e cold tub, jacuzzi, long swimming pool, steam room and sauna). The 90 minute massage was exactly what I needed ...
Our stay at Ira Hotel Santorini was made so much much more sweeter from hotel manager, Anthony and Ms.Adel. Other staffs from housekeeping & kitchen too, were so kind, efficient and very friendly throughout. We definitely will recommend others to please stay here to experience yourself the true Greek ...
It was a beautiful facility, and the staff was amazing. Our first trip to Greece and loved it. The location of the Electra Palace was just icing on the cake.