Tour in Greece and Bulgaria

10.05 – 19.05.2024     08.06. – 16.06.2024     13.09 – 22.09.2024     11.10 – 20.10.2024
2630€ per person
10 Days
More than 1

“Greece is not just a destination, it's an experience that will stay with you forever.” Your Great Adventure

“Bulgaria has a little bit of everything for everyone: from its lush mountain scenery to beautiful sandy beaches on the famed Black Sea coast, and some of the oldest history in Europe with archaeological sites dating back to as early as 4900 BC"
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10.05 – 19.05.2024     08.06. – 16.06.2024     13.09 – 22.09.2024     11.10 – 20.10.2024

What's included

Athens , Sofia Discover Destinations
Departure Location
Athens, Greece
Return Location
Sofia, Sofia airport, Bulgaria
Price includes
  • A guided tour of important places
  • Accommodation in single twin share room
  • All meals included
  • Current Hotel Taxes and Service Charges
  • Entrance tickets to monuments and museums
  • Professionally guided tour
Price does not include
  • Beautifully illustrated souvenir map
  • Departure Taxes or Visa handling fees
  • Excess baggage charge
  • Increases in airfares or Government imposed taxes
  • International Air, unless expressly paid for
  • Medical insurance and emergency insurance
  • Personal expenses
  • Services not specifically stated in the itinerary
  • Tips to guide and driver
  • Unlimited bottled water
  • Visa arrangements

Athens beckons travelers with its timeless allure and a compelling blend of ancient wonders and contemporary charm. A visit to this historic city promises an immersive journey through the cradle of Western civilization, where iconic landmarks like the Parthenon and the Acropolis stand as testaments to its rich history. Wander through the bustling streets of Plaka to savor delectable Greek cuisine and discover quaint shops, or delve into the city’s renowned museums to unearth treasures from antiquity. Athens offers a unique opportunity to embrace both the past and present, making it an essential destination for those seeking a captivating blend of culture and adventure.

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Acropolis of Athens

The acropolis is situated on a flat rocky hill rising 150 m above sea level in the city of Athens. It dates back to the Mycenaean era (2nd millennium BC) and is believed to have been the site of a royal palace. The largest building is the Parthenon. The Parthenon is a temple to the goddess Athena, called “parthenos” or virgin. Its architects were Ictinus and Callicrates (448 to 432 BC). The Acropolis is a site that was of great religious and social importance in the culture of ancient Hellas, and which played a special role in the development of European culture up to the present day. Since 1987, the Acropolis has been under the protection of UNESCO.

Ancient Mycenae

Mycenae, an ancient Greek citadel located in the northeastern part of the Peloponnese peninsula, is steeped in myth and history. This archaeological site is renowned for its massive Cyclopean walls, impressive Lion Gate, and the Treasury of Atreus, a majestic beehive tomb. Mycenae was a center of the Mycenaean civilization, featured prominently in Greek mythology, and its ruins offer visitors a captivating glimpse into the rich and legendary past of Greece.

Delphi, Greece

Delphi, Greece, nestled on the slopes of Mount Parnassus, is a must-visit destination on your Greek itinerary. Explore the well-preserved ruins of the Temple of Apollo and the Delphi Archaeological Museum, which houses priceless artifacts, including the famous Charioteer of Delphi statue. you’ll be surrounded by breathtaking views of the Parnassus mountains and the serene olive groves below. Immerse yourself in the mystical ambiance of this UNESCO World Heritage Site, where ancient Greeks sought guidance from the oracle.


Kalambaka is a small town in central Greece, the centre of the deme of Meteora in the region of Thessaly. It is situated on the Salambria River, 50 km west of Larissa. Immediately north of the town is Meteora’s rock formation and monastery complex.

Meteora is a large monastery complex in northern Thessaly, Greece, one of the ten wonders of the world. They soar 400 metres into the sky. The monastery complex originated in the 10th century and has existed since then without disrupting the monastic tradition. In 1988, Meteora was inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List.

Royal Tombs

In a pivotal year, 1977, Vergina again took center stage due to intensive excavations led by the esteemed Greek archaeologist Manolis Andronikos. In this hallowed ground, a necropolis emerged, believed to be the resting place of Philip II of Macedon, father to the renowned Alexander the Great.

Melnik is located in southwestern Bulgaria. It was located at the foot of the Pirin Mountains and was established in antiquity.
Melnik is the smallest town in Bulgaria and a tourist attraction. It is attractive for its ancient houses, legendary history, beautiful nature, and good red wine. The town has been declared a cultural and historical reserve.

Rila Monastery

Rila Monastery – the biggest Monastery in Bulgaria. It was founded by the most respected Bulgarian saint-anchorite Ivan Rilski (876-946). It was built at is present location in the 14 century, and at first just a defensive tower was constructed (1335) – a remarkable work of medieval Bulgarian architecture. The following and most important stage of building was 1816-1870, when the biggest Bulgarian monastery was built, as can be seen today, with funds raised from all Bulgarians. With regards to architecture it resembles the Aton monasteries the most – like a medieval castle with tall wall and small narrow windows made of stone. The main monastery temple was built in 1837, the wall paintings decoration is from 1844-48, created by prominent painters from the time of the national Renaissance. The museum exhibition is one of the richest and most valuable collections on the Balkans. The Monastery has the UNESCO status of an international cultural monument.

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The Bulgarian town of Plovdiv is situated along the two banks of the river Maritza with its slow water, and also on a number of picturesque hills (called ‘tepe’ by the local people) that are part of the town’s charm and beauty.
Plovdiv is located in the Southern/Central part of Bulgaria. Being the second largest city in the country, it has a population of 350’000. There is a kind of magic in Plovdiv in all seasons. Remains of ancient, mediaeval, revival and modern culture coexist and are interwoven into the unobtrusive, irresistible and eternal beauty of this city. They do not stand in each other’s way; they complement and enrich each other to make Plovdiv a synonym of Bulgarian history and a genuine world city.


Sofia is the capital and the largest city of Bulgaria and the only one with a population of more then 1 million people in the country It is located in western Bulgaria, at the foot of Mount Vitosha and approximately at the centre of the Balkan Peninsula. As one of the oldest cities not only in Bulgaria and the entire Balkan Peninsula, Sofia offer a number of notable culture and historical monuments.

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  • Day 1
  • Day 2
  • Day 3
  • Day 4
  • Day 5
  • Day 6
  • Day 7
  • Day 8
  • Day 9
  • Day 10
Day 1


  • Landing in Athens.
  • Pick up at the airport by a local tour guide who speaks  English.
  • Transfer to the hotel.
  • Accommodation.
  • Dinner.
  • Overnight stay.
Day 2


  • Breakfast Tour of Athens: the Arch of Hadrian, the Temple of Zeus, the Ancient Theatre of Dionysus, the Hama of Hephaestus, the Academy of Athens, the University and the Library, Syntagma Square with the Parliament and the Monument of the Unknown Warrior, where we will see the attractive Changing of the Guard ceremony, the Presidential Palace, Omonia Square.
  • Lunch.
  • Tour around the Acropolis of Athens.
  • Dinner.
  • Overnight stay.
Day 3


  • Breakfast.
  • Departure for the Peloponnese peninsula to Corinth. Arrival at the Corinth Canal. Photo break.
  •  Explore ancient Corinth - the Temple of Apollo, the Cathedral of the Apostle Paul,
  • Acrocorinth /the local Acropolis/. Lunch. Departure to Mycenae /50 km from Corinth/.
  • Visit Ancient Mycenae.
  • Option: wine tasting to Nemea /+30 km in direction/. Return back to Athens.
  • Dinner.
  • Overnight stay.
Day 4


  • Breakfast.
  • Departure to Delphi.
  • Arrival in Delphi, heir to one of the most important centres in Antiquity, today transformed into one of the most visited and attractive towns in Greece.
  • Lunch.
  • Visit of Delphi architectural complex
  • Check-in at the hotel.
  • Dinner.
  • Overnight stay.
Day 5


  • Breakfast.
  • Departure to Northern Greece - Kalambaka.
  • Arrival at Kalambaka.
  • Lunch.
  • Visit to the Meteora rock complex. /visit one monastery/.
  • Return to Kalambaka.
  • Dinner.
  • Overnight stay.
Day 6


  • Breakfast.
  • Departure to Vergina /180 km/ Arrival in Vergina.
  • Visit of the Royal Tombs.
  • Lunch. /can also be a dry package from the hotel/
  • Departure for Bulgaria - Melnik /Vergina - Melnik - 210 km/ Crossing the Greek border with Bulgaria. Arrival in Melnik. 
  • Walking in Melnik
  • Option - wine tasting.
  • Check-in at the hotel.
  • Dinner.
  • Overnight.
Day 7


  • Breakfast.
  • Departure to Rila Manstir. Visit of Rila Monastery.
  • Lunch fresh trout in a traditional restaurant near the monastery.
  • Departure to Plovdiv. Arrival in Plovdiv - the second largest city in Bulgaria.
  • Walking tour of the old town. /tour can be made or continued the next morning/. Visit of the Roman Stadium, the Amphitheatre, c. St. Constantine and Helena, Ethnographic Museum.
  • Check-in at the hotel.
  • Dinner.
  • Overnight stay.
Day 8


  • Breakfast.
  • Continue the tour of Plovdiv /at the discretion of the guide/.
  • Lunch.
  • Departure to Sofia - the capital of Bulgaria.
  • Arrival in Sofia.
  • Walking tour of the historical centre of the capital of Bulgaria - Sofia.
  • Al. Nicholas", the Parliament, the square. Al. St. Nedelya.
  • Check in at the hotel.
  • Dinner.
  • Overnight stay.
    Option – Bulgarian dinner with pholklore program in Bulgarian typique retsuarant
Day 9


  • Breakfast.
  • Continuation of the tour of Sofia /at the discretion of the guide/.
  • Lunch.
  • Visit to the Boyana Church /UNESCO/ and the National History Museum.
  • Free time.
  • Dinner.
  • Overnight.
Day 10


  • Breakfast.
  • Transfer from the hotel to Sofia airport.
  • Flight 

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Since the fall of the Venetian republic in 1797, the city has held an unrivaled place in the Western imagination and has been endlessly described in prose and verse. The luminous spectacle of ornate marbled and frescoed palaces, bell towers, and domes reflected in the sparkling waters of the lagoon under a blue Adriatic sky has been painted, photographed, and filmed to such an extent that it is difficult to distinguish the real city from its romantic representations. The visitor arriving in Venice is still transported into another world, one whose atmosphere and beauty remain incomparable.

Today Venice is recognized as part of the artistic and architectural patrimony of all humanity, a fitting role for a city whose thousand-year economic and political independence was sustained by its role in global trading. The situation of the city on islands has limited modern suburban spread beyond the historic centre; its framework of canals and narrow streets has prevented the intrusion of automobiles; and its unmatched wealth of fine buildings and monuments dating from the period of commercial dominance has ensured a keen and almost universal desire for sensitive conservation. This concern for conservation is now extended not just to the city’s monuments but to the very city itself, as rising water levels and subsidence of the land upon which Venice is built threaten the continued existence of the city in its present form. In 1987 Venice and its lagoon were collectively designated a UNESCO World Heritage site. Pop. (2009 est.) city, 59,984; (2011 est.) comune, 270,884.


Tour in Greece and Bulgaria

2630€ per person
10 Days
More than 1

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