In accordance with the History program of your establishment or your own special visit wishes, we offer you different options of stays. Thus, the school trip can be organized around a cultural tour, a theme tour or even as a stay in the capital with daily visits to its surroundings. Do not hesitate to contact us in order to create the best suited program for your establishment.
Athens, the largest city in Greece, is also one of the most densely populated in Europe. Birthplace of democracy, it is particularly known for its Acropolis. The city of Athens is home to two of the most important museums in the country, The Acropolis Museum and The National Archaeological Museum.
Visits to the historic region of Argolida include the spectacular Corinth Canal, the archaeological site of Epidaurus where you will find its theater and the Sanctuary of Asclepius and at the end the famous archaeological site of Mycenae where the tomb of King Agamemnon is located.
Nafplio, the capital of the Argolis region and the second capital of Greece after the National Revolution. Renowned as a picturesque city, Nafplio is truly a city that combines beauty with history as it also has many sites to visit such as the fortress of Palamidi.
Mystras is a fortified town and former municipality of Laconia. Located on Mount Taygetos, near ancient Sparta, it was the capital of the Byzantine Despot of Morea, experiencing a period of prosperity and cultural flourishing. In present days, the archaeological site is considered to be one of the most interesting you will find in southern Greece while offering a breathtaking view of the Laconian landscape.
Olympia, the birthplace of the Olympic Games, made in honor the Gods, is known for its archaeological site, or rather for its ancient athletic facilities used by the legendary athletes of the historical period. Wrestling fights, javelin throws, running and many more contests were held in this place considered sacred by all Greeks of the legendary period.
Delphi is the site of a Panhellenic shrine, located at the base of Mount Parnassus in Phocis, where the Oracle of Apollo, Pythia, sat in the hall of his temple and spoke prophecies in the name of the god. The ruins of Delphi have been brought to light through excavations by the French School of Athens. Every year the site of Delphi is visited by thousands of tourists.
Example: Peloponnese and Delphi Tour
Athens – Epidaurus – Mycenae – Nafplio – Mystras – Olympia – Delphi
DAY 1: Arrival at the Athens Elefterios Venizelos Airport and transfer to the hotel. (Depending on your arrival time, possibility to visit the Temple of Poseidon at Cape Sounio). Check-in, dinner and overnight at the hotel in Athens.
DAY 2: Half-day excursion to Athens for a city bus tour, followed by the guided visit of Acropolis and its museum. Lunch in a traditional tavern of the Plaka district, free time and departure for Tolo. A stop on the way, at the Corinth Canal. Arrival at the hotel towards the end of the day, dinner and overnight stay in Tolo.
DAY 3: Day trip to Argolida, to visit the theatre of Epidaure, known for its exceptional acoustics. Lunch in Mycenae, then visit a to the archaeological site of Mycenae and the tomb of Agamemnon. Return to the hotel in the late afternoon, dinner and overnight in Tolo.
DAY 4: Departure early in the morning for Nafplio, free time in the small picturesque streets of the city, then continuation to Mystras. Lunch and visit of Mystras, whose fortress was built by William II of Villehardouin, then the monasteries and churches covered in murals painting, will undoubtedly remain one of the strongest impressions of your trip to Greece. Check-in at your hotel, dinner and overnight in Sparta.
DAY 5: In the morning, departure for Olympia via Mount Taygetos, stop along the way to taste the famous Greek Yoghurt with honey of the region. Passage through Kalamata and continuation to Olympia. Arrival in Olympia for lunch, then discovery of the museum. Check-in at the hotel, dinner and overnight in Olympia.
DAY 6: In the morning, visit of the archaeological site of Olympia then departure for Patras; crossing of the Rio Antirio by the new suspension bridge. Lunch on the way, and continuation to Delphi. Arrival in the afternoon, check-in at the hotel, dinner and overnight in Delphi.
DAY 7: Morning visit of the museum and the archaeological site of Delphi.
Lunch, short stop in the small mountain village of Arachova, then departure for Athens. Arrival in the late afternoon, check-in at the hotel. Traditional evening in the Plaka district (dinner and folk dances). Overnight stay in Athens.
DAY 8: Transfer to Elefterios Venizelos airport according to your departure schedule. We wish you a safe return flight.