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Meteora


Greece Flexipackages Departure Days Prices per person in HB


2 DAYS DELPHI HB Daily.


Argolis


First Class Tourist Class DBL SGL DBL SGL


$233 $300 / $200 $252


Day 1: Departure from Athens to Delphi: visit the Sanctuary of Apollo, situated in breathtaking scenery on the slopes of mount Parnassus, and the museum. Afternoon free. Dinner and overnight. Day 2: Morning at leisure in Delphi. Return to Athens.


2 DAYS ARGOLIS HB Tue & Wed.


$245 $308 / $212 $264


Day 1: Departure from Athens to the Corinth Canal. Visit the ancient town of Mycenae and continue to Nauplion. Afternoon free. Dinner and overnight. Day 2: Departure from Nauplion to Epidaurus (visit). Return to Athens.


2 DAYS DELPHI & METEORA HB Mon, Wed & Thu. *Saturday departure available


$297 $360 / $254 $306


Day 1: Departure from Athens to Delphi: after a two hours visit of the picturesque village, proceed to Kalambaka, passing through picturesque villages and towns of central Greece. Dinner and overnight. Day 2: Visit Meteora, the ageless Monasteries, containing priceless historical and religious treasures, standing between earth and sky atop huge rocks. Return to Athens via Trikala, Lamia, Thermopylae (visit the Leonidas monument) and Kammena Vourla.


3 DAYS DELPHI & METEORA HB Tue, Wed & Sun. *Friday departure available.


$557 $682 / $473 $578


Day 1: Departure from Athens to Delphi: visit the Sanctuary of Apollo Pythios and the museum. Afternoon free. Dinner and overnight. Day 2: Morning free. Departure from Delphi to Kalambaka. Dinner and overnight. Day 3: Visit Meteora, the ageless Monasteries suspended between earth and sky, on top of huge rocks, rich in historical and religious treasures. Return to Athens via Trikala, Lamia and Thermopylae.


3 DAYS CLASSICAL HB Mon, Tue & Sat. *Thursday departure available


Delphi


First Class Tourist Class DBL SGL DBL SGL


$574 $700 / $488 $593


Day 1: Departure from Athens to the Corinth Canal (short stop). Proceed to the towns of Nauplion and Mycenae (short stops). Then depart for Olympia, the Cradle of the Olympic Games. Dinner and overnight. Day 2: In the morning visit of the Archaeological Site of Olympia. Then drive on to the magnificent Rion-Antirion Bridge through the picturesque Towns of Nafpaktos and Itea to arrive in Delphi. Dinner and overnight. Day 3: In the morning visit the Archaeological Site and the Delphi Museum. Then drive through the village of Arachova. Return to Athens via Levadia and Thebes.


4 DAYS CLASSICAL & METEORA HB Mon, Tue & Sat. *Thursday departure available


$835 $1,024 / $737 $894


Day 1: Departure from Athens to the Corinth Canal (short stop). Proceed to the towns of Nauplion and Mycenae (short stops). Then depart for Olympia, the Cradle of the Olympic Games. Dinner and overnight. Day 2: In the morning visit of the Archaeological Site of Olympia. Then drive on to the magnificent Rion-Antirion Bridge through the picturesque Towns of Nafpaktos and Itea to arrive in Delphi. Dinner and overnight. Day 3: In the morning visit the Archaeological Site and the Delphi Museum. Depart for Kalambaka, a small town situated at the foot of Meteora. Overnight in Kalambaka. Day 4: Visit Meteora, the ageless Monasteries suspended between earth and sky, on top of huge rocks, rich in historical and religious treasures. Return to Athens via Trikala, Lamia and Thermopylae.


PLEASE ALLOW ANY INCREASE ON ENTRANCE FEES Full Board Supplement for 3 days Classical Tour: $84 Per Person Full Board Supplement for 4 days Classical Tour with Meteora: $112 Per Person Extra Night for First Class H/B: $154 Per Person Extra Night for Tourist Class H/B: $114 Per Person


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