2-Day Private Tour Delphi and Meteora

Day 1:

Our services will arrive at your hotel at approximately 8:30 a.m. to begin your journey to the Delphi area. Along the way, you will see the plain of Beotia, an agricultural center  and you will also pass by the city of Theva, the birthplace of King Oedipus. Our first stop that it is worth to visit will be at the wonderful Byzantine Monastery of St. Loukas or at the Monastery of St. John Theologos.

Continuing we will visit Castalia Spring, visit at the archaeological site and view the monument of the Argive Kings, the treasury of the Athenians, the Athenian Stoa, the Polygonal Wall, the monument of Platea and  the Temple of Apollo famous for its oracle and  Delphi museum, with it’s spectacular exhibits include the frieze of the Treasury of the Sifnians, the Naxian Sphinx, the Statue of Antinoos the metopes of the Athenian treasury, the famous bronze Charioteer, originally created to commemorate a victory during the 476 B.C. Pythian Games, and many other artifacts.

Afterwards, you can choose (as it is your private tour!) the next place that we can visit, for coffee or lunch break, the village of Arachova (at 1000 meters altitude), the best winter resort of Greece, or the small town of Itea, a beautiful and traditional place next to the sea! Depart from Delphi and driving through Central Greece and the cities of Lamia, Trikala (quick stop), we arrive in Kalambaka, a small traditional town that is built at the foot of the majestic grey rocks of God, at the shadow of the great Meteora Monasteries.

The conclusion of first day will be an overnight stay in Kalambaka (Meteora) at one of our recommended hotels.


Day 2:

After your breakfast, we will visit the first great monastery of Varlaam, founded on on 16th century and located on the top of a rock at 380m height! Our second visit will be at the Monastery of St. Stephan, of the 15th century, also built on the top of the top of another huge rock where you will admire a small treasure of Byzantine and Christian items, at the museum inside the monastery!This wonderful tour will be completed at the picturesque villages of Kalambaka or Kastraki, where you will have a traditional Greek lunch! Afterwards, Return to Athens passing by the small towns of Domokos, Kamena Vourla at the seaside and Thermopyles where there is the statue of Leonidas as a memorial of the battle of the 300 Spartans against thousands of Persian soldiers of the Persian Empire.

After lunch in Kalampaka, our departure back to your hotel in Athens will begin. The tour should conclude in the late afternoon.


* The Monastery of Great Meteoron – It is the biggest of the Meteorite monasteries.
* The Monastery of Varlaam – Second largest monastery.
* The Monastery of Rousanou
* The holly Trinity Monastery (the most difficult to get to).
* The Monastery of St. Nicholas Anapausas

Ancient Corinth Private Tour

Departing from your hotel or the port of Piraeus and after one hour and fifteen minutes drive you will reach the ancient town of Corinth where Saint Paul leaved and preached for two years. Back in the ancient times, Corinth was amongst the richest cities and this is quite evident by its remains, including the huge Agora (Market Place) and Apollo’s Temple (6th BC century).

Your next stop is the famous Corinth Canal. The Canal is 4 miles long, 70 feet wide and has sloping sides, which reach 170 feet. The depth is at 26 feet. Its construction commenced in 1881, although the idea of connecting the Ionian and Aegean seas in order to provide a short cut seems to date back to at least Roman times.

Following your photo stop at the canal, you will board your vehicle for a drive back to the centre of Athens,to see points of interest such as Constitution Square (Syntagma Square), the Tomb of the Unkown Soldier, the Greek Parliament, Hadrian’s Gate and the Olympic Stadium before arriving to the Acropolis hill. On the sacred rock of the Acropolis the monuments date from the prehistoric period to the end of antiquity. Sights include the Propylaea, the Temple of Apteros Niki, the Erectheum and the architectural triumph of the Parthenon.

After visiting the Acropolis,you will be returned back to your ship or hotel.



  • Four-hour morning tour to ancient Corinth from Athens
  • Scenic coastal drive to the Corinth Canal
  • Pass the beaches of Glyfada, Vouliagmeni and Varkiza
  • 90-minute visit at the archaeological site of ancient Corinth
  • Short stop at Kehreai
  • English-speaking guide
  • Pickup and drop off from selected Athens hotels

Athens City Classical Private Tour

The Athens Classical City tour is approximately 8 hours long. The tours allows you to blend in the centuries-old city that has been the Cradle of Democracy, with its unique combination of ancient and modern elements.

The cradle of democracy, surviving through the centuries with its unique combination of ancient and modern elements, Athens itself is one of our most famous city tour destinations.

We begin our tour in central Athens’ broad avenues and the city’s principal monuments. The Presidential House (ex King Palace), Zapeion, Panathinaikon Statdium (venue of the first modern Olympics 1886) and then see two famous Roman Era monuments: The Temple of Olympian Zeus and the Hadrian Arch, and the National Botanical Gardens.

We then drive to the Houses of Parliament on Constitution (Syntagma) Square. We make a stop for you to visit the monument of the Tomb of Unknown Soldier with its famous Evzone guards.

Directed towards Omonia square we pass out of the Numismatic Museum (Shleman’s House), the Catholic Cathedral and the neoclassical buildings of Academy, University, and the National Library.

Then, passing through the Athens Meat and Fish markets, we drive towards Athens’s old city (Plaka district) and the main city’s attraction, the impressive, world-famous Sacred Rock of Acropolis, with its many landmarks around it: the Ancient Agora, the Temple of Hephaestus and Thission.

And then the site millions of tourists the world-over come to visit: the magnificent Temple of Parthenon and the Propylaea, the Temple of Athena Nike, the Erechtheum with its famous Porch of Maidens and the Herodion and Dionysos Theater. You can also see the dome of the Astronomy Observatory on the nearby Filopapos Hill, where Pericles used to deliver his speeches and then visit the National Archeological Museum, the New Acropolis Museum and the Museum of Cycladic Art.

Our tour continues to the Panathenean Marble Stadium where the first modern Olympic Games where held in 1896, and passing through an elegant residential area with plenty of embassies, museums (War Museum, National Gallery) and the Concert Hall we reach the Lycabettus Hill for a view of the city from its slopes.

There, you will have the chance to view the entire city spanning from the Port of Piraeus and Saronic Gulf to northern Athens, and keep a memory of the city that never sleeps, close to your heart.



  • Drive through the central Athens’s avenues and the city’s principal monuments with a view of the Presidental House, the house of Parliament, Zapeion, Panathinaikon Stadium, Temple of Olympian Zeus and the Hadrian Arch
  • A glance at the unique Athens meat and fish market
  • Athens old district – Plaka Area
  • Acropolis, Museum, and the Astronomy Observatory
  • Pass through the residential area with plenty of Embassies, Museums (War Museum, National Gallery)
  • Lycabettus Hill with a view of the city from its slopes