Greece Jewish Tour, 11 days

Special Tour 11 day Availability: January 1, 1970
Greece

This fascinating journey explores the Jewish presence in Greece which dates back thousands of years.  Although most Jews in Greece are Sephardic, the oldest community is known as the Romaniotes who still live in communities on the mainland and have their own unique customs with functioning synagogues today in Ioannina and Athens. Thessaloniki known as the “Mother of Israel” was totally destroyed during the War, but what remains is a rich legacy. This tour of Greece combines the Jewish sites in pre war neighbourhoods as well as the breathtaking scenery of this fascinating destination. 

Athens – Epidaurus – Nafplio – Mycenae – Olympia – Ioannina – Meteroa – Vergina Veria – Thessaloniki – Delphi – Athens

 

Accommodations:
Athens, 1 night Electra Palace Hotel
Olympia, 1 night Olympion Asty Hotel
Ioannina, 1 night Grand Sarai Hotel
Meteroa, 1 night Grand Meteroa Hotel
Thessaloniki, 3 nights Electra Palace Hotel
Delphi, 1 night Domotel Anemolia
Athens, 2 nights Electra Palace Hotel

Your land cost includes:
Private arrival and departure transfers
Accommodation based on Deluxe hotels double occupancy
Breakfast daily at the hotels
Private touring and sightseeing
Private licensed guides
Complete program with insights to the Jewish history of  Greece as well as to ancient Greek culture
All taxes and fees

Your land cost does not include:
Air into and out of Greece
Departure taxes, fuel surcharges and airport improvement fees
Porterage at airports and hotels
Meals and beverages not mentioned
Early check-in/late check-out
Optional tours
Travel insurance though not included is highly recommended
Gratuities of a purely personal nature such as laundry and valet service
Tipping to guide, driver, and hotel staff
E. & O.E.

These departures are guaranteed (2 travelers minimum)
No deposits are required!

Pre/Post Tours
We can accommodate pre/post tour arrangements to the Greek Islands (or elsewhere) in conjunction with this departure.

Passport & Visa
No visa is required for travel to Greece. Always make sure your passport is valid for at least 6 months after the tour ends.

Not Included
Flights into and out of Athens
Optional pre, post or other private tour arrangements
Services not mentioned
Meals not mentioned
Expenses of personal nature
Travel insurance is strongly recommended

 

For information or reservations contact Janice Snider.

 Call Center: (800) 668-8401

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