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Greece and Turkey Vacations

Explore Greece and Turkey with our tours, and experience the treasures of antiquity, and the wonders of modern day.
Think of all the powerful conquerors who have occupied Greece and Turkey — Alexander the Great, the Ottomans — and it is no wonder that their reminders are scattered throughout these nations. From the ancient ruins in Athens to the cultural relics in Istanbul, Greece and Turkey offer vacation experiences sure to delight.
Greece is a country synonymous with crystal-blue water, spectacular beauty, archeological sites, famous myths, and ancient civilizations. In fact, traveling to Greece is like stepping back into the origins of Western civilization. Explore the Greek Islands, experience small fishing villages, visit the Acropolis, and walk among the remains where the athletes of antiquity competed in the Olympic Games.
Turkey has a diversity of landscape & geography, well preserved archaeological sites. The land has been occupied by so many civilizations through countless millennia that Turkey is influential beyond all proportion in the collective western history, philosophy, religious thought, art, architecture, literature & much more. Truly a land where East meets West, Turkey nonetheless embodies a character all its own. From picturesque fishing villages to ancient historic ruins, our Turkey and Greece vacations are full of endless excitement.

3 nights Istanbul and 3 nights Athens

Combine Turkey and Greece and visit both countries capitals.

Price From: €0 Nights: 6

3 nights Athens and 3 nights Istanbul

Combine Greece and Turkey and visit both countries capitals.

Nights: 6

4 nights Athens, 1 night Olympia, 1 nights Delphi, 1 night Kalambaka and 3 nights Istanbul

Combine Classical Greece with Istanbul-Turkey with this all-in-one vacation package.

Price From: €0 Nights: 10

2 nights Istanbul, 6 nights Greek island & Turkey cruise and 2 nights Athens

Combine your stay in Istanbul and Athens with a cruise to the Greek islands.

Nights: 10

3 nights Istanbul, 2 nights Kusadasi, 3 nights cruise and 2 nights Athens

Visit Istanbul and Kusadasi and then take a cruise to the Greek islands. End your vacation package in the historical center of Athens.

2 nights in Athens, 3 nights in Mykonos, 3 nights in Santorini, and 3 nights in Istanbul

A fascinating Greece and Turkey tour including Athens, the beautiful Greek islands of Mykonos and Santorini, and the city of Istanbul in Turkey.

Nights: 11

3 nights Istanbul, 3 nights Santorini, 3 nights Mykonos and 2 nights Athens

This package will take to the beautiful city of Istanbul (Turkey) and then to the unique Greek islands of Santorini and Mykonos, just before finishing in Athens.

3 nights Istanbul, 2 nights Cappadocia, 1 night Pamukkale, 2 nights Kusadasi, 1 night Canakkale, 2 nights Thessaloniki and 2 nights Athens

Explore Turkey and its main attractions. Continue your journey to Greece and visit Thessaloniki and Athens.

Nights: 13

2 nights Athens, 3 nights Santorini, 2 nights Mykonos, 2 nights Samos, 2 nights Izmir, 1 night Canakkale and 2 nights Istanbul

Combine Greece and Turkey in one holiday package! Visit Athens and the Greek islands of Santorini, Mykonos and Samos an then travel to Turkey and visit Izmir, Canakkale and Istanbul.

Nights: 14

2 nights Istanbul, 1 night Canakkale, 2 nights Kusadasi, 2 nights Samos, 3 nights Mykonos, 3 nights Santorini and 2 nights Athens

Source: greece-travel.gr
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