once home to the Greek Gods, this place still showcases ancient life and beauty through numerous remnants and fortresses. A trip to Greece will surely be filled with loads of sightseeing, thus making your Greece package from India worth it. The first day of the Greece package from India will begin with boarding a flight from India and reaching Athens.

Once you arrive at the airport, you will be guided towards the stay where you can rest for the day. The remaining part of the day will be given for leisure, and today you are free to explore neighbouring places on your own. You can also go for some street food in vibrant cafes or can stroll along with the plazas while enjoying the roadside music.

The Birthplace of Democracy and the Cradle of Western Civilization – just two of the phrases used to describe Greece and its influence upon the world lasting over two thousand years!

 Think of Greece, and images of white-washed houses and sparkling clean waters will immediately come to mind. The Greek islands are famous around the world. Of the more than 4,000 islands that Greece boasts, only around 200 are inhabited. And each of these 200 islands is a gem of beauty, culture, architecture, and unique natural habitats and locations. That’s why they are all considered prime tourist destinations, from the white-washed Cyclades to the verdant Ionian islands to the medieval time capsule to be found in the Dodecanese.

A Quick Glance

What Is Greece Famous For?


Kusadasi is one of the Turkish Mediterranean's most popular cruise ship ports, and this harbor town is all about sun, sea, and fun holidays. Known for its bargain shopping and lively entertainment scene Overnight on Cruise

Rhodes island

Historically, Rhodes island was very famous worldwide for the Colossus of Rhodes, one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. The Medieval Old Town of the City of Rhodes has been declared a World Heritage Site. Today, it is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Europe. Overnight on Cruise

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Chora (also known as Hora and Mykonos Town) is the largest and busiest settlement on the island of Mykonos. The jumble of whitewashed structures that line the hill are typical of the Cycladic architecture that dominates the island, and it’s narrow, winding lanes are free of traffic, but be prepared for the crowds of tourists. Mykonos locals will tell you the island has 365 churches, one for each day of the year, but none are more famous than the whitewashed church of Panagia (Virgin Mary) Paraportiani. One of the central streets in Mykonos Town is Matogianni street. Check it out, and then wander around the back alleys. Getting lost in the side streets is part of the charm of this attractive Cycladic island, and it happens to everyone


If you’re after traditional Greek cuisine, Klimataria is well worth a visit. This is one of the oldest taverns in the city, serving up authentic local dishes, with a side of Greek music and dancing.


Unusual red and black sand beaches, top-notch local wineries and excellent tavernas serving up fresh fish and fava also await, whether you choose to arrive by ferry (high-speed and slow options are both available) or plane.


But Santorini is more than just a pretty face. The paradisiacal destination witnessed one of the largest volcanic eruptions in history, and has plenty of historical sights to take in as well. The Archaeological Museum of Thera, the Museum of Prehistoric Thera, the Minoan Bronze Age ruins at the Akrotiri Archaeological Site and a visit to the volcanic island of Nea Kameni are all solid options.


Many visitors to Santorini are honeymooners, and as such, you’ll find plenty of luxury hotels designed with couples in mind.


Most of these are located in and around the charming towns of Fira, Firostefani, Imerovigli and Oia. The latter is located on the island’s northwestern tip and is well-known for its sunsets, though expect massive selfie stick-toting crowds.


Corfu Town (or Kerkyra as is often referred to) is the Capital and is an UNESCO world heritage site. The main square at The Liston was built by the French in the style of Rue de Rivoli in Paris . In the centre of the square is the cricket pitch evidence of British influence on Corfu. You can’t miss the red-domed bell tower. The church is named after St. Spyridon the patron saint of Corfu. Corfu has pristine clean and beautiful coloured waters. Kontokali Beach is close to town and is a vast and sandy beach, with lots of colourful umbrellas and deckchairs lining the beaches, and a large selection of water sports.


Located on the western side of Greece, the islands of the Ionian Sea are famous for their gorgeous beaches and the lush greenery. Corfu, Kefalonia, Zakynthos and Lefkada are the most popular, while there are also few other secluded islands.

The Ionian, in Greece, is located on the western side of Greece. This Greek islands group actually form the sea boundary of Greece with Italy. They are very popular in summer and they are famous for their exotic beaches and green landscape


The gems of Pelion are hands down its quaint villages! Makrinitsa, Portaria, Milies, and Tsagarada are among the most beautiful villages in Pelion. They are made up of traditional little houses with grey stone roofs and paved alleys that ooze charm in abundance!


On the eastern side of the Pelion peninsula, Greece there are some exotic beaches with mesmerizing cobalt waters. Mylopotamos, Fakistra and Agios Ioannis are some of the most popular Pelion beaches you have to visit!


For those of a non-beachy disposition, Pelion has a lot to offer in terms of natural beauty. The variety of natural landscapes make Pelion a top holiday destination all year round! The closest big town to Pelion is Volos, which has a busy port and a small airport that receives charter flights.


Affectionately known as the City of the Argonauts, in Greek mythology, Volos was where Jason boarded the Argo on a quest for the Golden Fleece at Colchis. As a nod to this ancient hero there’s a replica of an ancient Trireme ship berthed at the city’s port.


Volos has real history of its own at the Neolithic settlements of Dimini and Sesklo, more advanced than anywhere else in Greece 6,000 years ago. At Volos you couldn’t be in a better place to travel the dreamlike landscapes of Mount Pelion.


This peak has 24 villages, which, like Portaria below, have unmistakeable “Pelian” houses made from green, blue or grey slate and with painted wooden window frames and doors.


You’ll be tempted to go on a driving expedition, past gorges, waterfalls and orchards growing plums and firiki, a small, oval apple that originated in Egypt.


Known as the navel of the world by ancient Greeks, Delphi is only two hours away from Greece’s capital, Athens. A favourite destination among visitors and locals, the ancient site of Delphi is a UNESCO-listed monument with a strong historical and cultural importance. Central Greece is a highly mountainous area, and the ancient site is located on a slope of Mount Parnassus, and overlooks the coastal plain and the valley of olive groves. The nearby modern Delphi offers accommodation and dining options, and is located less than 30 minutes from the Corinthian Gulf, so visitors can enjoy the pleasures of mountain fun and the beach. Thanks to its convenient location, Delphi has everything adventure lovers and adrenaline seekers love. With hills and valleys, coastal towns and beaches, there is so many activities visitors can do. Whether you are into skiing and snowboarding, hiking or rock climbing, paragliding and parapenting, cycling, kayaking or Nordic walking, there are plenty of fun activities on offer.


If you’re a sun-worshipper, you’re in luck, as Athens basks in sunshine most of the year. The summers are hot, and the winters mild. Even if you travel in January, you can expect average temperatures of 10 degrees Celsius, which isn’t too chilly. The food alone is reason enough to book a trip to Athens. With succulent souvlaki, fresh Greek salads, and moussaka on the menu, it’s a foodie’s paradise.


If you’re after traditional Greek cuisine, Klimataria is well worth a visit. This is one of the oldest taverns in the city, serving up authentic local dishes, with a side of Greek music and dancing.


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