Greece

Lefkada

Lefkada

Greece

Naxos

Naxos

Greece

Mykonos

Mykonos

Greece

Athens

Athens

Greece

Delphi

Delphi

Greece

Santorini

Santorini

Greece

Multi-day Trips Greece

Greek Highlights: Athens, Mykonos & Santorini

7 days / 6 nights

Greek Highlights: Athens, Mykonos & Santorini

Athens - Mykonos - Santorini

This 7-day multi-day trip to Greece highlights a little of everything this country has to offer. From historical landmarks to accessible beaches, you will have professional guides at your disposal and free time to explore as well. Athens, Mykonos and Santorini will be your stops, and in each destination your accessible room will be guaranteed. In Athens you will have a deep dive in Greek culture and history with a guided tour of the city on a wheelchair accessible van. Here you will visit world-renowned monuments such as the Olympieion and the Acropolis. Mykonos and Santorini are famous islands filled with the iconic cube-shaped houses with blue rooftops, steep slopes and beautiful beaches. You will move in between destinations via a ferry with accessible restrooms.

Things to Do + Places to Stay + Ground transportation


Athens Parthenon, with its iconic pillars.

7 days / 6 nights

Greek Explorations: Athens, Delphi, Meteora, Veria & Thessaloniki

Athens - Delphi

On this 7-day multi-day trip to Greece, you will travel back in time exploring the beauty of this historic country, all in an accessible way. You will visit Athens, Glyfada Beach, Delphi, Meteora, Veria, and Thessaloniki. All of these destinations are included because not only do they have their particular identity and charm, but together they build a well-rounded idea of what Greece and the Greek experience are all about. At every stop, transportation will be accessible, you will be accompanied by an expert guide, and your accessible room will be guaranteed. Accessible restrooms will be available in most of the activities included. Please contact us for any special requirements and learn more detailed information about your itinerary below.

Things to Do + Places to Stay + Ground transportation


About Greece

Known for its ancient civilization that rooted much of what is now Western culture, Greece is full of stories to tell. A significant percentage of its income comes from tourism, and that's not surprising: Athens, its capital, is packed with historical monuments, a list that includes the 5th century B.C. citadel of the Acropolis. The country that gave birth to the Olympic Games offers plenty of museums to its visitors and locals as well as restaurants serving authentic Greek cuisine. It is also a country famous for its beaches since it is made up of many small islands in the Aegean and Ionian Seas. Among the best known are Mykonos and Santorini.

Accessible travel Greece

Greece's territory is quite irregular, which makes it difficult to access. However, since the 2004 Paralympic Games in Athens, many improvements have been implemented in this area, including making many of its beaches more accessible. On the island of Corfu, 20 beaches have amphibious wheelchairs and ramps. Athens is a city with good accessibility standards and it is easy to find an accommodation that suits your needs.

Country Information

Health

The services offered by hospitals in Greece, although varying, are of high quality. Even so, be sure to get appropriate health insurance to fit your personal and travel needs, and have funds available to cover any medical emergency.
There are no vaccinations required to enter Greece.

Security

Small crimes, such as common thefts of wallets and purses among tourists are frequent. Therefore, it is recommended to be cautious, take care of your belongings and avoid flashing valuables.

Documentation

The requirements to enter stay in Greece depend on your nationality. You will need a valid passport if your nationality does not correspond to a country of the European Union. You will need a visa if your country of origin does not belong to the Schengen Agreement.
Check the specific entry requirements, depending on your nationality here.

https://www.visitgreece.gr/before-travelling-to-greece/passports-visas/

Weather

Greece is a Mediterranean country. On the coast, the winters are mild and humid and the summers are hot and dry. The western part of the Pindus mountain range is considerably more humid. In the north and in mountainous areas there is snowfall every year, and it can extend even to the south.

Language

The official language of Greece is Greek in its modern form. This language is considered the oldest written language in the world. Sign language was officially recognized in 2000.

Electricity

Electricity in Greece varies between 230V and 50Hz and type C and F plugs are used.