After breakfast proceed to Half Day Orientation city tour of Santorini. Santorini is one of the Cyclades islands in the Aegean Sea. It was devastated by a volcanic eruption in the 16th century BC, forever shaping its rugged landscape. The whitewashed, cubiform houses of its 2 principal towns, Fira and Oia, cling to cliffs above an underwater caldera (crater). They overlook the sea, small islands to the west and beaches made up of black, red and white lava pebbles. Along with Sunset Viewing at Santorini. Overnight in Santorini. (Meals: Breakfast / Dinner)
After breakfast proceed for Orientation tour of Mykonos Town, to see the traditional windmills, the marvellous Paraportiani Church and Little Venice - an extremely charming area with quaint cafés and stunning views - and the wonderful museums. Strolling through the town, you will understand why Mykonos is considered one of the best travel destinations. In our Mykonos map, you can locate the lovely village of Ano Mera, home of the Church of Panagia Tourliani, one of the most impressive monasteries in the Cyclades. Touring the island, you will pass by the beautiful beaches of Agios Stefanos, Paradise, and Agios Ioannis, where the film "Shirley Valentine" was filmed. Overnight at Mykonos. (Meals: Breakfast / Dinner)
After breakfast proceed to ferry terminal to catch a ferry to Athens. Arrive Athens and check in at Hotel. Thereafter proceed for Orientation Tour of Athens. Athens is the capital of Greece. It was also at the heart of Ancient Greece, a powerful civilization and empire. The city is still dominated by 5th-century BC landmarks, including the Acropolis, a hilltop citadel topped with ancient buildings like the colonnaded Parthenon temple. The Acropolis Museum, along with the National Archaeological Museum, preserves sculptures, vases, jewelry and more from Ancient Greece. Later enjoy full day in athens and day free for shopping . Enjoy delicious dinner overnight at Athens. (Meals: Breakfast / Dinner)
4 recent photographs ( 35mm*45 mm white
background matt finishing; 80% face focus)
Original passport with minimum validity of
six months. ( please provide all old passports if any) (Validity of
Passport should be 10 year from the date of issue)
Last three years income tax – Saral form
(photocopies) Company & Personal.
Recent 6 months personal bank statements of
all the passengers travelling. (photocopies) Company & Personal.
3 Letterheads individual / company.
Pan card copy
Student id proof
Business Proof (Partnership Deed / MOU of
Proprietor / MOU of shop & establishment)
If salaried person, we need leave letter on
company’s letter head and 3 months’ salary slip
FAQ's and other information
About The Country 1. What is the best time to visit?
The best time to visit
Athens and the Islands begins in May to
2. What currency should I bring?
currency is the Euro and you’ll find currency exchange facilities in most
cities and on most of the islands. The most widely accepted credit cards are
Visa, MasterCard and American Express. Check with your credit card provider
beforehand about their foreign transaction fee and let them know you’ll be
using your card in Greece.
3. What is the
main language in Greece? Is English enough?
Greek is the predominant language, but English is
4. What to pack?
summer months you will need light and airy casual clothing. It is best to opt for
cotton clothing and other lightweight, “breathable” fabrics. Comfortable
walking shoes are a must, as the pavements are often uneven. Greece is an
exceptionally beautiful country, so don’t forget an extra camera battery and
memory card if using a digital camera.
5. Do I need
need insurance while travelling to Greece.
1. Try a Cappuccino or Espresso
Freddo…The best place to enjoy
it is definitely by the sea, either on one of the seaside cafes or bars or just
on the beach!
2. Do wear light clothes; Greece
by summer can be reaaaally hot!
3. Go “beach walking” even
after sunset…the touch of the wet sand and the sea on your feet will definitely
take away all your bad thoughts and stress and drown it into the deep sea…
under dress for churches. Bare legs and arms are not appreciated.
worry about language. Almost everyone speaks English.
4. The rudest gesture is to thrust the palm of your hand
in front of someone's face. Do not attempt to do this even jokingly!!!
Sockets & plugs
Greece uses 230V, 50Hz with sockets and plugs Type C and Type F.