Our prices combined with our presence in the travel trade since 1926, brings us at the top.

All the travel agents sell the same tours. In our 3 day tour, our partners, are: G.O. TOURS regarding tour services - Hotel NEDA at Olympia, and Hotel FEDRIADES in Delphi. Both hotels are 3-star superior, centrally located on the main streets of the towns, with restaurants and light meal food shops nearby.
3 day Classical Tour of Greece
visiting Epidaurus-Nafplion-Mycenae-Olympia-Delphi
Organized on Mondays, Tuesdays, selected Thursdays, and Saturdays, in tourist class hotels.
3 DAYS / 2 NIGHTS - Departure: 8:30 am / Return: 7:45 pm of the third day.
DAY 1. Athens - Corinth canal (stop) - Epidaurus(visit) - Nafplion(stop) - Mycenae(visit) - Olympia. Overnight.
DAY 2. Olympia (In the morning visit site & museum) - Drive over the bridge Rio to Antirio - Delphi. Overnight.
DAY 3. Delphi (In the morning visit the site & the museum) - Arachova (short stop) - Athens. End of the tour.


per person

3* hotels - breakfast 225.00 285.00
3* hotels - Half board 265.00 325.00
4* hotels - Half board 320.00 395.00

Hotel NEDA at the centre of Olympia, and Hotel FEDRIADES or simillar in the centre of Delphi.
The prices include breakfast. Dinner is offered and can be paid extra at the hotels.
Click here and see full description and here, for the price in 4 star hotels, and
HERE for our offer for the 4 day tour with Meteora from 345.00 euro

INCLUDED in the prices:

  • Transportation in modern air conditioned tour bus,
  • Pick up / drop off from or near your hotel in Athens.
  • 2 nights accommodation, with breakfast. Dinner is optional.
  • Entrance fees to museums and sites visited during the tour.
  • The services of the professional tour guide all along the tour.

HIGHLIGHTS of the tour:

  • Epidaurus, Mycenae, Olympia & Delphi,
  • The manmade impressive Corinth canal
  • The amazing ancient theatre of Epidaurus,
  • The sanctuary of the god of medicine, Asclepius,
  • The original stadium of the ancient Olympic Games, and
  • the temple of Apollo in which the priestess foretold the future
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