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6 days in Greece

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6 days
92 km
Notes day 1
Arrival at the airport in Athens. You will be greeted by our local representatives after exiting the customs and transferred to your hotel in Athens. The rest of your day/evening is free to relax or start your exploration of the historic city of Athens.
Notes day 2
After your breakfast at the hotel, greeting in the lobby of your hotel and transfer to the port of Athens to embark on a high speed ferry toward Mykonos.
Notes day 3
All breakfasts at the hotel. 3 days to explore the breathtaking island of Mykonos at leisure. You can also book optional excursions ($) directly at your hotel. (Breakfasts) Mykonos is world-famous for its cosmopolitan and festive way of life. Add a reputation for beautiful beaches with heavenly waters, traditional cubic houses with blue shutters and sparkling white windmills and you will understand why Mykonos is the most popular island in the Cyclades. Travel to the neighboring island of Delos and discover archaeological excavations that will certainly blow you away. (Breakfasts)
Notes day 4
After breakfast, greeting in the lobby of your hotel and transfer to the port of Mykonos to embark on a ferry toward Santorini. Arrival at the port. Greeting by our local representatives and transfer to your hotel. Take advantage of your afternoon and evening at leisure to discover the infinite charm and beauty of this island. (Breakfast)
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