Summer lasts longer in Greece! So, whether on an Athens – Piraeus shore excursion in September or passing through on your way to the Greek islands, don’t miss The Travel Insiders’ September offer, Extra Small Group Skip-The-Line Athens Tour! Because, who wants to be standing in a long linewith countless visitors when you could be enjoying every second of your Athens tour, and in the company of familiar faces, instead?
Shopping in Athens is quite an experience! The streets of Athens are full of surprises with shops popping up in places you would never imagine. Besides the souvenir shops, you will find an array of luxury department stores filled with brand name items and chic designer boutiques mixed with quaint little nick-knack shops and open-air flea markets. The Acropolis Museum, Plaka, Monastiraki, Ermou or Attica? Your Insider’s Guide to All the Best in Athens will provide you with all you need to know for the best shopping in Athens experience!
The crowds keep coming to Santorini! Is it for the striking sunsets, the red and black beaches and impressive cliffs of different colors, the Cycladic blue and white villages or the fantastic food and wine? Truth is, Santorini is the most idealistic of the Greek Islandsto visit for all of the above! So, whatever your preference, The Travel Insiders’ Santorini Island tours cover all the best of what there is to see and do on Santorini Island, in Greece.
Ancient Olympia is not only one of the most recognised tourist destination in Greece but also one of the most powerful brand names worldwide. Thus, for many, a trip to Greece is incomplete without visiting the birthplace of the Olympic Games.
Ah, the Greek islands! Who doesn’t dream of visiting them? Scattered around the Aegean and the Ionian seas like rough gems, each island is more beautiful than the next! It might be tough to pick just one Greek Island tour, but you don’t have to! Find theCyclades or the Ionian island tours that match your dreams on Santorini, Mykonos, Delos, Corfu and Kefalonia.
The Acropolis Museum, in accordance with your Insider’s Guide to All the Best in Athens, is the best museum in Athens! On your next Athens tour, discover firsthand why this imposing architectural wonder has won numerous world travel awards as Europe’s leading tourist attraction. The Acropolis museum hosts significant artifacts found on the Sacred Rock and its slopes.
If you’re next Mediterranean cruise includes a stop at Katakolon Port, then lucky you! And are you wondering how to get to Ancient Olympia from Katakolon Port? Easy! The Travel Insiders’ Katakolon to Olympia tours will take you there quickly, safely and above of all - hassle-free!
The best attraction in Athens – The Acropolis - is a common sight around the world. Climbing the steps up to the Propylaia, you will be awed by the immense structures arrayed on the plateau. The ruins of the Parthenon tower over the Aegean, featuring a panoramic view of the city. Although a visit to the Acropolis when on an Athens tour may seem rigour, especially for cruisers spending only a few hours in the city, it really is the best attraction in Athens to help you gain understanding of the grandeur of ancient Greek civilization.
Antique intertwines with modern in the historical capital of Europe. Past meets present to create thetwo faces of Athens that await to be experienced in the carefully designed Athens tours by The Travel Insiders. Attractive to both history buffs and modern culture seekers, this happening metropolis is overflowing with things to see and do. Your Insider’s Guide to All the Best in Athens will help you pick your preferred Athens tour so that you may experience the best of both worlds.
Temperatures in Greece’s capital in summer are known to get quite high. So, if you happen to find yourself in the city, beat the heat on an Athens to Cape Sounion & Athenian Riviera beach escape! Located within a heartbeat from Athens, you will find the Temple of Poseidon perched above the beach on the headland that is touched by the sea on three sides. The ancient Greek Temple of Poseidon, the god of the sea in Greek mythology, is one of Greece’s most photographed monuments.