Tauck Combines Northern and Southern Greece in New Tour

 

Tauck World Discovery is launching a 10-day land tour called “Wonders Of Greece”  (priced from $3,490 per person, plus air), which begins in northern Greece in the ancient Byzantine city of Thessalonikii, then proceeds south to the towns of Veria and Vergina and the clifftop monasteries at Meteora.

Continuing south, Tauck travelers visit the city of Delphi and then the Strait of Corinth to explore the northern region of the Peloponnese Peninsula. They also visit Olympia, where the Olympic Games were first held in 776 B.C, and the resort village of Kyllini. The itinerary then goes inland through the Peloponnese Mountains before concluding with a two-night stay in Athens.  

Included in the price are accommodations, including the King George Palace in Athens, the Olympia Riviera Resort in Kyllini and the Electra Palace Hotel in Thessalonikii.  Also included are the on-tour services of a professional tour director, most meals and gratuities, all ground transportation (including airport transfers), admission to all attractions, taxes and more.  

Departure dates for “Wonders Of Greece” have been scheduled to combine easily with other Tauck land, sea and river itineraries in the region. Visit www.tauck.com.

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