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Holidays in Greece

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Top hotels in Greece

The Pinnacle Athens
The Pinnacle Athens
5 out of 5
75 Eolou & Evripidou, Athens
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4.7/5Exceptional! (152 reviews)
Cool Boutique/Art hotel

"Great rooftop and interior design. I stayed in a double room- I got 2 single beds connected.. instead of king size as booked. Room wasnt too big on the first floor with not much of a view. Service is good .. clean and very Covid aware. The cleaning stuff are great. The breakfast is ok, nothing too ..."…"

Reviewed on 12 Nov. 2020

The Pinnacle Athens
Cecil Hotel
Cecil Hotel
2 out of 5
39 Athinas Street, Athens, Attiki
The price is NZ$70 per night from 6 Apr. to 7 Apr.
3.7/5Good! (646 reviews)
Rooms fine, staff nice, awful breakfast.

"Everything in room fine and as expected. Clean, comfortable bed and pillows. The balcony option isn't worth the extra though as it's really just a shelf and the entire space is taken up by the aircon unit so not really a balcony at all. I like Cecil and have stayed before and will again. The breakfast ..."…"

Reviewed on 27 Oct. 2020

Cecil Hotel
Centrotel
Centrotel
2 out of 5
Paioniou 11a, Athens, Attiki
Free cancellationReserve now, pay when you stay
The price is NZ$42 per night from 19 Mar. to 20 Mar.
4.4/5Wonderful! (967 reviews)
High standard for the price

"A very high quality of room and bathroom given the low price. Nothing to complain about. We enjoyed our stay and found the place to be clean and well run."…"

Reviewed on 1 Nov. 2020

Centrotel
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Greece Holiday

Learn about the roots of Western civilization and build a nice tan on a Mediterranean island in this ancient southeastern European nation. Nowhere is classical civilization more alive than in Greece. Ancient temples stand as if they were recent installations. Enjoy thousands of miles of Mediterranean coastline and hundreds of beautiful islands in one of Europe’s most popular destinations.

Visit Athens to join the millions of tourists who come each year to see some of the most famous buildings of classical antiquity. The city’s most visible landmark is the Acropolis, a complex from around 500 B.C. that stands atop a rocky bluff within the city. Examine the Parthenon, a Greek temple lined on all four sides by marble pillars. Find additional archaeological sites throughout Greece, like the ruins of Delphi at Mount Parnassus, north of Athens.

Despite the mainland’s long and beautiful coastline, the best way to enjoy the sea in Greece is to visit some of the country’s islands. Make a stop at the gorgeous seaside village of Firá on the island of Santorini. With its blue domed roofs and whitewashed houses clinging to the edge of a steep seaside cliff, Firá is one of the most picturesque villages in the world. Explore the island farther to see that it is actually the cone of an active volcano.

With 1000-foot- (300-metre-) tall cliffs surrounding it, Santorini is not a beach site. Head to the resort island of Mykonos to find one of the best beaches in Greece.

Most people associate Greece with classical civilization and the sea. However, don’t miss one of the country’s best attractions: the Meteora Monasteries. Located in the central mountains of the Greek mainland, these monasteries were built at the top of tall rock pillars to protect them from invaders. When you visit, climb the stairs carved into the pillars and look out from the high vantage points of the rocky bluffs over the rocky lands.

Fly into Greece via the Athens International Airport. Take a boat or a plane from the mainland to any of the hundreds of surrounding islands.

Frequently asked questions

How much does a Greece holiday package cost?
Maybe less than you might think — from just , as a matter of fact! By bundling hotels, flights and car rentals into a custom-built holiday package, your getaway to Greece is just a few clicks away.
If I'm not able to travel, can I cancel my Greece holiday package?
Don’t stress if you’re rethinking your Greece holiday package — it’s possible to cancel or amend your booking. And if you’ve booked it within the last 24 hours, you may be able to do it for free. However, bookings made more than 24 hours ago may incur charges from your hotel, airline or car rental company. We realise life can occasionally throw a spanner in the travel works, so make your way to our Customer Service Portal if that happens. When you’re ready to make changes, we’ll take care of it.
How do I get a cheap travel package to Greece?
If you’d like to save up to $200, combine your bookings into a Greece holiday package. Whether you’re searching for hotels, flights, tours or rental cars, you can browse and book everything in one place. You’ll have endless choice at your fingertips as well. Expedia has over 400 partner airlines and 1 000 000 hotel options around the world to pick from. Fly with who you prefer, book a room where you like and save a bundle — now that’s the ideal holiday!
Where should I stay in Greece?
Athens is a wonderful city to visit. This is where you’ll find popular sights such as Acropolis Museum and Parthenon. Thessaloniki also attracts many travellers eager to check out some of the best attractions in Greece. They include White Tower of Thessaloniki and Aristotelous Square.
What are the top hotels in Greece?
When it comes to hotels in Athens, Sofitel Athens Airport and Wyndham Grand Athens are a couple of favourites. If you’re spending time in Cesme, Radisson Blu Resort & Spa, Cesme and İlica Hotel Spa & Wellness Thermal Resort will make you feel right at home.
When is the best time of year to visit Greece?
If your definition of “best” means when you’ll score the best deals, pack your bags and head for Greece in December. By contrast, August is the most expensive month to take a break here. Peak season falls in July, August, June and is a thrilling time to visit — but be prepared for bigger crowds and longer queues. February, November, December is usually a much quieter time of the year.
How far in advance should I book my Greece holiday?
While not all air carriers advertise ticket prices early, you can normally start comparing international airfares on Expedia up to 12 months in advance. This is the time you can bag some incredible deals. If you’ve left things to the last minute, you might get lucky. Discounted prices occasionally emerge only weeks before departure.
What does an Expedia Greece travel package include?
You can choose from any combination of hotels, flights and rental cars. Once you’ve made your booking, you can add some experiences and tours. Want to pick your fare class? That’s also possible. The choice is all yours when it comes to creating your perfect Greece getaway.
What should I know before booking a Greece travel package?
You’ll score great savings when you bundle your hotels, flights and rental cars into a package. Not just that, booking everything in one spot simply makes planning easier. So why waste your money or time? Whether you’re organising a luxury city stay with your love or an affordable family break, check out our holiday packages today.
Does Expedia offer Book Now, Pay Later Greece holiday packages?
If you’re aching for a trip away but aren’t able to cough up the dough, Expedia can assist with a custom payment plan. Thanks to our partnership with online lender Affirm, you can Book Now, Pay Later and start planning your journey today.
Can I choose my airline with a Greece Expedia holiday package?
You can, and with more than 550 airlines to pick from all over the world, you’re not short on choice. Look through the available options and find out which airline best fits your budget and needs.