We’ve put together an amazing 4 in 1 for you! Visit Kefalonia, Peloponnese, Zakynthos, Greece and Vienna, Austria in one trip for Milan, Italy for €48!
The beautiful Greek islands are one of the best Mediterranean destinations. With hundreds of islands to choose from, planning a trip can be a bit of a dilemma. To help you maximize the best of your travel experience, check out the best of the islands’ diverse attractions.
The largest of the Greek islands is rich with archaeological and mythological history. The birthplace of Zeus boasts many ancient ruins and cultural attractions. Crete is famous for splendid beaches, vibrant cities and dreamy villages. This Mediterranean jewel also features scenic mountains and gorges.
Soak up the charming atmosphere of Chania Town’s Old Venetian Harbor or the fortresses of Rethymonon. Visit the stunning Balos Lagoon and one of the awesome Minoan ruins. Majestic Mt. Ida is said to be home to the cave where the king of the Olympian gods was born.
To find out more go to Destination Fly4free: the Greek Islands >> and to Lonely Planet online shop >>
Milan – Kefalonia – (Ferry) Kilini (Ferry) – Zakynthos – Vienna – Milan
How to book:
Follow the links below.
One cabin bag per passenger.
Milan- Kefalonia >>>
Kefalonia – Kilini (Ferry) >>>
Kilini – Zakynthos (Ferry) >>>
Zakynthos – Vienna >>>
Vienna – Milan >>>
During your days in Zakynthos, you can consider staying at 4* Palatino Hotel with excellent reviews. This hotel features air conditioned rooms with satellite TV, ensuite bathroom and free WiFi.
Book cheap car rentals HERE and don’t forget about Car hire excess insurance offered by Icarehireinsurance.com >>
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