Ready for a last-minute trip to Greece?

A last-minute trip to Greece is ideal to experience its lush landscapes, gorgeous beaches and to experience its rich history. From the Plaka district in Athens to the palace of Knossos, via the sanctuaries of Delphi and Heraklion in Crete, you will discover a thousand-year-old heritage. So, are you ready to go on holiday at the last minute in Greece?

Last-minute trip to Greece? Direction Athens

Greece has many advantages for those who wish to relax and enjoy the Mediterranean sunshine or learn more about its cultural heritage. That’s what makes Athens a must-see. Its Acropolis and the Plaka district, located at the foot of the city with its narrow streets offer all the best that Greece has to offer! Enjoy a meal in one of the many taverns in the Plaka district – the oldest part of Athens – before visiting the Acropolis with its terraces and cobbled streets

Like the sanctuary of Delphi, the Acropolis of Athens will take you on a journey back in time with its ruins of temples dating back 2,500 years. A last-minute, All-Inclusive holiday in Greece is a magnificent idea!

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Recharge your batteries in the Greek Islands

Looking for a change of scenery? The Greek islands provide a mix of heavenly beaches and ancient ruins! In Rhodes, you will fall under the spell of the city, entirely fortified during the 15th century and completely pedestrianised within the city walls! Discover the Mediterranean atmosphere of the markets with their colourful vendors! Among the wonders of this Greek island is the Tsambika beach and Pefkos, a village behind medieval city walls where Greece’s heritage and dream beaches meet.

Make sure you also visit the largest Greek island during your last-minute All-Inclusive holiday. In Crete you can discover the Knossos palace, the last vestige of the Minoan civilization, which was the political centre of the Mediterranean 1,500 years before Athens. Its palace, now in ruins, can be visited with or without a guide.

Last-minute trips to mainland Greece

In addition to Athens mainland Greece has a few lesser-known gems, like Patras or Nafpaktos.

During your holiday in Patras you can explore the Greek mountains through an excursion to the Vouraïkos Gorge. With a guide you will discover the ancient marble and limestone quarries that were used to build the sanctuary of Delphi! Nafpaktos is one of the most beautiful port cities in Greece. Facing the Peloponnese you'll stand in the footsteps of the sons of Hercules who, as legend has it, built their ship in Nafpaktos! The name Nafpaktos is said to come from this tradition, as "nave", means "ship", and "paktos", means "to fix, to build".

From the palace of Knossos to the sanctuary of Delphi, you can follow in the footsteps of ancient legends by visiting the ruins. Then enjoy the sunshine and idyllic beaches of Patras or Rhodes.

Did you know?

The sanctuary of Delphi was the place where the Pythia lived! In ancient times, the Oracle of Delphi or the Pythia, as the prophetess was also known, was the link between gods and men, interpreting prophetic visions. Many travellers came to the temple of Delphi in search of answers.

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