Now even cheaper!
Now even cheaper! Great opportunity to visit Athens, Mykonos and Santorini! We put together a 3 in 1 for you from only €57!
This is an awesome chance to visit this ancient city and take a look at the remnants of early European civilization! Ancient and modern, with equal measures of grunge and grace, bustling Athens is a heady mix of history and edginess. Iconic monuments mingle with first-rate museums, lively cafes and al fresco dining – and it’s downright fun. The magnificent Acropolis rises above the sprawling metropolis and has stood witness to the city’s many transformations. Stylish restaurants, shops and hip hotels, and artsy-industrial neighbourhoods and entertainment quarters such as Gazi, show Athens’ modern face. The surrounding region of Attiki holds some spectacular antiquities as well – such as the Temple of Poseidon at Sounion – and lovely beaches, like those near historic Marathon.
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Mykonos is probably Greece’s most famous island and for a good reason – its special landscape, with a view to the Cyclades islands and with all around white sand beaches and crystal clear waters makes it a great place to flee from everyday routine and just relax. But Mykonos’ picturesque charm goes way beyond the beaches. In Chora, the island’s capital, you can also see the typical greek architecture, in the form of the famous white little houses, narrow stone paved streets and lots of small churches, making this town a small labyrinth ready to be explored. Mykonos is also world known by its pulsating nightlife, with lots of bars, clubs or beach parties to make sure you never get bored!
Santorini may well have conquered a corner of your imagination before you’ve even set eyes on it. With multicoloured cliffs soaring over 300m from a sea-drowned caldera, it rests in the middle of the indigo Aegean, looking like a giant slab of layered cake. The island will take your breath away with its snow-drift of white Cycladic houses lining the cliff tops and, in places, spilling like icy cornices down the terraced rock. When the sun sets, the reflection on the buildings and the glow of the orange and red in the cliffs can be truly spectacular.
Sofia – Athens: Oct 5
Athens – Mykonos: Oct 8
Mykonos – Athens: Oct 13
Athens – Santorini: Oct 13
Santorini – Athens: Oct 18
Athens – Sofia: Oct 18
Sofia – Athens – Mykonos – Athens – Santorini – Athens – Sofia
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Baggage during the flight:
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In Athens you can consider staying at Best Western Museum Hotel for €68/night with very good reviews! Best Western Hotel Museum has a central location next to the National Archaeological Museum. The modern, air-conditioned guest rooms have private bathroom with hairdryer. Each comes with in-room safe, fully stocked minibar and flat-screen, satellite TV. Some rooms have large balconies with city view.
In Mykonos we advise you to stay at 4* Anatolia Hotel with very good reviews. Anatolia Hotel places you next to Monastery of Panagia Tourliani and within a mile (2 km) of Monastery of Paleokastro. This 32-room, 3.5-star hotel has an outdoor pool along with a 24-hour fitness centre and free in-room WiFi. It’s near the airport and also near Super Paradise Beach and Kalo Livadi Beach.
In Santorini you can stay at the well-rated apartment 3* Hotel Porto Perissa with good reviews. This property is 1 minute walk from the beach. Located in Perissa, Hotel Porto Perissa is just 50 m from the famous black-sand beach and features air-conditioned rooms. It has a swimming pool and a children’s swimming pool.