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St Paul’s Steps & 4day Cruise
Day 1 Arrival - Athens
Upon arrival customers will meet with their guide and will start the panoramic city tour in Athens (Zappio, Kallimarmaro,Parliament, and all special monuments in the town). Visit the Acropolis museum, ancient market. Guided tours for about 4 hours. Dinner at a traditional Greek tavern in Plaka!!! Arrival at the hotel, check in and overnight.
Day 2 Athens-Thessaloniki:
Drive from Athens to Thessaloniki by bus. Estimated journey time is 7hours with 2 stops. Arrival in Thessaloniki and check in to your centrally located hotel. Dinner in the hotel. Overnight.
Day 3  Thessaloniki-Phillipi-Kavala-Thessaloniki:
Breakfast at the hotel and depart for the archaeological site of Philippi. Arrival at Philippi and have a 2 hour guided tour through the site. Depart from Philippi and head to Kavala, one of the most picturesque towns of northern Greece. Free time to walk around the old town of Kavala and have lunch in one of the traditional fist taverns. After lunch depart for Thessaloniki. Arrival in Thessaloniki, dinner in the hotel.
Day 4:Thessaloniki-Veroia-Vergina-Kalampaka:
Breakfast in the hotel. Depart from Thessaloniki to Veroia. Walk in the old town of Veroia and have a guided tour as well. Further we move on to Vergina for the guided tour in the archaeological site of Vergina.Have lunch in the beautiful village of Vergina (many choices of small traditional restaurants). After lunch depart to Kalambaka at about 15:00.  Arrive in Kalambaka. Check in at our hotel. Dinner in the hotel and overnight.
Day 5: Meteora-Delphi:
After breakfast check out from hotel and visit the Monasteries of Varlaam, St. Stefan, St. Nikolas, St. Barbara (it is not sure whether all monasteries will be open, but we will be in touch with the Monasteries to arrange the visit). Lunch in Kalambaka at a local restaurant and then depart for Delphi. Arrival, check in to our hotel, dinner and overnight.
Day 6: Delphi-Arachova-Athens:
Breakfast at the hotel, visit the Museum and the archaeological site of Delphi, guided tour for about 3 hours. Depart for Arachova. Arachova is one of the most cosmopolitan places in Greece. It is situated close to mount Parnassos; therefore it is the most attractive winter destination (ski resort). The place is simply amazing. They walk around the village and have lunch/ coffee there. Depart for Athens. Arrival in Athens, check in to our hotel, dinner and overnight.
Day 7: Athens - Corinthos-Epidavros-Mycenae-Athens:
Breakfast at the hotelTransfer to Ancient Corinthos & Epidavros, guided tour for about 3 hours Departure to Mycenae, guided tour. Departure for Old Epidavros for lunch. Alternatively, we can visit NAFPLIO town, which is also amazing, next to the sea!!! Departure for Athens. Dinner in the hotel upon arrival.

Day 8: Athens- Myconos (start of 4day Cruise):
After breakfast we will be transferred to Pireaus port to board our cruise. Our first port-of-call is Mykonos. It is the most cosmopolitan of all Greek islands and attracts many visitors from all over the globe, including large numbers of artists and intellectuals. Your coaches will take you to Hora the island's capital where you'll enjoy a walking tour in the narrow cobbled streets of the town, passing by chic boutiques, elegant nightclubs and white washed houses till reaching Alefkandra. Alefkandra is a charming corner of Hora, known also as the "Venice" of Mykonos. The houses are built on the sea, with wooden balconies that evoke Venice. These were built from the mid18th century onward and were homes of wealthy merchants and captains. At one of the famous restaurants of Alefkandra you can enjoy the sunset of Myconos island while drinking your refreshment accompanied by Greek meze. You'll return then to Mykonos Town (Hora) from where you'll take the ship's shuttle service back to the port to meet your ship!

Day 9 - Kusadasi & Ephesus (Mary's House) & Patmos
We begin our day arriving at Kusadasi, a lively Turkish port. If you choose on of the shore excursions you will drive through the colourful town of Kusadasi to reach Mt. Koressos. Situated in a small valley, it is here where you will visit the humble chapel which lies on the site of the little house where The Virgin Mary is believed to have spent her last days. Despite the many controversies, the Christian World still favours this belief and the site has been officially sanctioned by the Vatican for pilgrimage. Continue on to Ancient Ephesus and accompanied by your guide, walk through the Magnesian Gate which is the entrance to the ancient city of Ephesus. Your guided walking tour will take you through one of the most magnificent excavations in the world. See the Odeon (concert hall), the Fountain of Trajan, the steam-heated Baths of Scolastika, the Temple of Hadrian and the Latrians, the Library of Celsus and The Great Theatre, where St. Paul preached, which is the largest theatre in antiquity having a capacity of 24,000 people. Walk back to your motor coach along the Arcadian Way, where Mark Anthony and Cleopatra once rode in procession.

While driving back to Kusadasi and just outside Ephesus, view the Basilica of St. John, which was erected over his grave in the 6th Century AD by the Emperor Justinian. Before returning to the ship, enjoy free time in Kusadasi. Continue our journey, Patmos, where we will enjoy a short journey to the village of Chora, where the monastery of St. John is built within the walls of a strong fortification. As you walk uphill towards the entrance of the monastery marvel at this magnificent structure, which was build 900 years ago, exceptional in its architecture. View the courtyard, the monk's dining room and the old bakery before you visit the main church noting its outstanding frescoes and interior decoration. Next, see the priceless ecclesiastical treasures housed in the beautiful but small museum: books and manuscripts, mosaics, Icons, splendid medieval textiles and vestments as well as jewelry. Return to your motorcoach to continue on to  the nearby Grotto of the Apocalypse, where above stands the Monastery of the Apocalypse, a sub-unit of the main monastery. Walk down the steps to visit the Grotto of the Apocalypse. Here you will see the silver niches in the wall that mark the pillow and ledge used as a desk by the author of the Book of the Revelation as well as the three-fold crack made by the voice of God emphasizing the honor of the Holy Trinity. Afterwards, drive back to the port of Scala and enjoy some free time in this quaint and picturesque harbor.

Day 10 - Heraklion - Santorini
In the morning we will visit Heraklion. Heraklion is just three miles away from the fantastic ruins of the Palace of Knossos. Discovered in 1899 and partially reconstructed, the elaborate Palace is believed to be the mythical Labyrinth of King Minos and the seat of ancients Minoan culture. It is in Heraklion where Paul met the owner and captain of the ship who warned him of continuing his journey to Rome. In the afternoon we will cruise on to the idyllic island of Santorini. Santorin is perhaps the most breathtaking of all the Greek Islands. In the town of Thira white-washed houses, narrow streets, open-air cafes and glittering boutiques cling to steep cliffs, accessible by cable-car or mule. Return back to the ship.


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