TourTailor Presents: A Private Journey to Greece

TourTailor Presents: A Private Journey to Greece

Greece’s ancient history, archeology and mythology, lively culture, breathtaking scenery and idyllic islands offer travelers a captivating experience. Your destination specialist will customize your journey, allowing you to experience Greece based on your desires and at your pace.

In addition to the mainstays of Athens and the Acropolis, consider a visit to the monasteries in Meteora that seem to suspend in the air, or run on the site where the Olympics began in Olympia. Visit the famous islands of Santorini and Mykonos, or ask your specialist about visiting one (or more) of Greece’s less populated islands.

Whether you are planning your first trip to Greece or you are a seasoned visitor, TourTailor can help you discover the best that Greece has to offer.

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Trip Highlights and Customizations

  • Explore the world-famous Acropolis in Athens with your private guide
  • See the breathtaking views of Santorini on a sunset cruise
  • Relax on the beach in Mykonos
  • Visit a small wine estate and taste a selection of local wines
  • Enjoy a meal at an authentic, traditional taverna
  • Travel between islands on the fastest ferries and return by flight

Your Greece Itinerary

Please note: This itinerary is completely customizable through our destination specialists.

Day 1: Arrive in Athens

Upon arrival in Greece, you will be welcomed at the airport by your TourTailor representative who will escort you to your hotel in Athens. The rest of the day is at leisure.


Luxury: Hotel Divani Palace Acropolis or similar

Upscale: Hotel Electra or similar

Day 2: Athens

This morning, enjoy a private city tour of Athens. Your tour includes stops at the Panathenaic Stadium, where the first Olympic Games of modern times were held in 1896, the Temple of Olympian Zeus, Hadrian’s Arch, and other landmarks of historic significance.

Your tour continues with a visit to the iconic Acropolis. Located on a rocky hilltop, the Acropolis is an ancient citadel containing the remains of architectural masterpieces, the most famous being the Parthenon. Then visit the renowned Acropolis Museum, home to exquisite artwork from Archaic and Classical Greece. Afterwards, stroll through the Plaka district, Athen’s oldest and most picturesque neighborhood with cobblestone streets lined with boutiques and restaurants. Enjoy lunch at an authentic, traditional taverna in the heart of Plaka.

The remainder of the afternoon is at your leisure.


Luxury: Hotel Divani Palace Acropolis or similar

Upscale: Hotel Electra or similar

Breakfast, Lunch

Day 3: Athens - Mykonos

Today after breakfast your guide will escort you to the harbor for your ferry ride to Mykonos. Upon arrival, you will be assisted with check in. The rest of the day is at leisure.


Luxury: Hotel Mykonian Kyma or similar

Upscale: Hotel Petassos Beach or similar


April 2021From $4,295 per person
May 1-17 & Oct 1-22From $4,895 per person
May 18 - June 11 & Sept 20-30From $5,695 per person
June 12-25 & Aug 30 - Sept 19From $5,995 per person
June 26 - Aug 29From $6,395 per person
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April 2021From $3,495 per person
May 1-17 & Oct 5-12From $3,795 per person
May 18-31From $3,995 per person
June 1-7 & Sept 21 - Oct 4From $3,095 per person
June 8-30From $4,095 per person
July 1 - Aug 31From $4,895 per person
Sept 1-20From $4,595 per person
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Pricing includes the fastest ferries available between Athens-Santorini and Santorini-Mykonos.
Pricing also includes an economy class flight from Mykonos back to Athens.

Things to know about Greece

In order to ensure that you have the best experience possible, we ask that you please read the following information:

Passport and Visas*

A valid passport is required for U.S. citizens, and it should remain valid for at least six months after completion of travel. There must be at least one blank page for each entry stamp.

*Entry information is for U.S. citizens. Citizens of any other country should check with the Greek Embassy for specific entry requirements.

Health and Safety

Vaccinations: We recommend that you remain up to date with routine vaccinations. Please also check with the Center for Disease Control (CDC) and your doctor for the most current information and advice about inoculation requirements specific to your trip.

Medication: If you or any of your traveling party are taking prescription medicine, please carry an adequate supply as it may not be easily obtainable while you are traveling. Always place your medication in your carry-on luggage to ensure you have access to it at all times.

Food and Water: We recommend that you drink bottled water, which is readily available, while traveling in this region. You should take the same precautions with food and water as you would at home.

Safety: It is always good practice to be aware of your surroundings and to not leave your personal items (especially money) vulnerable. Be especially conscious of your belongings at major tourist sites. When possible, we recommend that you leave your valuables in your hotel's safe.

Travel Insurance: We strongly recommend that you purchase adequate travel insurance to protect yourself and your investment against any mishap or unforeseen circumstances. It's important to be fully protected prior (pre-departure trip cancellation) or during your travels, should there be any medical or other complication. It is important that you carry a copy of your policy while traveling.


Greece’s currency unit is the Euro. There is an exchange office desk at the reception of your hotel. Hotel exchange services are convenient but keep in mind that their commission and currency exchange rates may not be favorable. You may exchange money at the local Bank or Currency Exchanges near your hotel or in the downtown. Most Currency exchanges are open throughout the day until 9pm. The National Bank of Greece at Syntagma Square and Omonia Square are open from Mon – Fri: 8am to 6:30pm. The Bank of Greece/ American Express branch does not charge commission. You may also use your Credit Card/Debit card at one of the ATMs in the city.

Getting Around*

The most convenient way to explore Athens is by Metro (Subway). A detailed map can be found at each station as well as on the Web. One-way-ticket is 1,40euro. Additionally, there are taxis for hire. Regardless the brand and type of the car, they all are bright yellow and they will take you wherever you need to go. Taxi drivers should always use the meter and it is suggested to check for the approximate price before getting into the taxi. Minimum fare: 3:50 euro. You may call for Taxi service through the Reception of your hotel.

If you prefer to rent a vehicle while traveling in Greece, you will need an international drivers license.

*Some of your TourTailor itinerary may include domestic flights while in Greece. Please be advised that there is a weight limit of 23kg per passenger for domestic flights.


Our tipping guidelines are as follows: Suggest 10% on the top of bill in restaurants, taxi etc; € 10 per person per day

Travel Times

Greece – travel times by highest speed ferries:






Santorini-Mykonos: 2h30m

Please note that ferry schedules are subject to change or cancellation and travel times vary based on weather conditions

Average Regional Temperatures


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