How to Spend 4/5 Days in Greece: Where to Stay and What to Explore


You’re preparing to plan 4 or 5 days itinerary in Greece? Take a look at our article to get the best things to include in your Greece holiday packages from India. In order to assist you to plan your stay, we have planned this 4-5 day Greece itinerary for you to get the best experience in a limited time. 

Day 1: Athens


If you’re seeking a 4-5 days itinerary to spend your holiday in Greece, you have to invest at least 1 day in Athens, the most beautiful and the capital.  It is located in the center of Greece; it’s really easy to explore the capital city on foot. You should begin your trip by visiting the Acropolis Museum. 
Visit the top floor terrace to enjoy the perfect view of the Parthenon. The museums are open all most every day. 


We suggest you don't waste your time and go for an online ticket. Acropolis is the best-preserved monument of the UNESCO World Heritage Site. Here the Parthenon is dedicated to the goddess Athena. After visiting the Acropolis, have lunch at Liondi Traditional Greek Restaurant, which serves typical Greek cuisine and then head to Plaka, one of Athens’ oldest neighborhoods to get the picturesque beauty and the best place to buy some souvenir for your loved ones.


Where to stay in Athens: Electra Metropolis, Amalia Hotel, Wyndham Grand Athens, Evripides Hote, Bedbox Hostel

Day 2: Day trip to the iconic Saronic Islands


For the 2nd day of your trip it’s time to discover the Saronic Islands (the closest one Islands to Athens). Either you can take a bus and a ferry ride to reach the island.  Take the bus from Athens to the Port of Piraeus and then a 1-hour ferry ride to reach the destination. Plan your visit accordingly as there are only three ferries per day. 


Everything is incorporated into this visit: transport will take you to the port of Piraeus straightforwardly from your lodging, and you'll sail to the islands from that point. Amid this voyage, you will find not one but rather a few islands. Must visit 3Islands are: Aegina, for the ancient Byzantine village. Hydra, and Poros.

Day 3: Visit Peloponnese


Discover Peloponnese on your 3rd day of the journey. It is advisable to rent a car in Athens for comfort traveling in Peloponnese. You will need a car for the rest of your itinerary so rent you can for the next 3 days. It is also possible to visit Peloponnese as a day trip from Athens without renting a car instead you can take a bus. Must visit 3 castles in Nafplio are: The Palamidi Fortress, The Acronafplia Fortress, The Bourtzi Castle

Day 4: Delphi


On your 4th day visit Delphi. It usually takes 2.5 hrs to reach Delphi from Athens. Visit Arachova just 10 minutes before Delphi, a place with a charming mountain village built on the hillside. Spend some time and capture the pretty stone houses and charming alleys with your camera. In winter, Arachova is famous for being Greece's biggest ski resort, with 22 ski slants. Individuals are originating from everywhere throughout the nation to go skiing and gathering throughout the night in this sumptuous town. A must choose place to plan the Best Holiday Packages from India


On the off chance that you would prefer not to return to Athens at night, you can go through the night in Delphi and drive back to Athens the following morning. It just relies upon your flight's season of takeoff. You will discover a rundown of the best places to remain in Delphi somewhat later in this article.  In case you're remaining in Delphi throughout the evening, you should attempt the Taverna Vakhos. The menu is very extraordinary and more upscale than in different eateries, at an indistinguishable cost. The dishes were overflowing and delightful! As it's very well known, it's smarter to book ahead of time.

Day 5: Head back to Athens


If you spent the last night in Delphi, take your return flights from Athens. It will take 1 hr to reach the airport. if you have plenty of time before your departure then you can visit these following places which are near the airport such as Mount Lycabettus, Athens National Archaeological Museum, Ermou street, if you want to go shopping a bit, Syntagma Square, to see the changing of the Presidential Guard, Zappeion Park and the National Garden, if you want to relax a bit, The Temple of Olympian Zeus, The Arch of Hadrian, and The Panathenaic Stadium.

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