Our next vacation — preferably to gorgeous places drenched by sunlight and surrounded
by sparkling blue seas. So it is tremendously exciting that Greece, a major European tourist destination, has finally opened its borders to US residents! As of April 19th, visitors from the United States are now allowed to enter Greece if they have been vaccinated or have a
negative PCR test result within the previous 72 hours prior to their arrival. By mid-May, we expect most of the restaurants, museums, and islands to be open to the public.
There's nothing quite like summertime in Greece — the Mediterranean sun beaming down on the glistening waters, the warm and lovely locals welcoming you, and all that delicious food!
Visiting Greece between June and September this year makes it even more unique. Fewer people will be traveling; there will be a smaller amount of tourists at otherwise high-traffic attractions, and you'll be able to find and take advantage of our competitive prices and availability!
How about venturing from metropolitan Athens to charming Nafplion and the scenic Peloponnesian coastline. Start with the ancient capital, a living museum filled with famous remnants of Hellenic culture like the majestic Acropolis and its many monuments — the Parthenon, the Temple of Athena Nike, and the Erechtheion. Then head to Nafplion, an ancient seaside town that was once occupied by the Venetians and the Ottomans. Sample delectable local cuisine at the many cafés that line the promenade before shopping for komboloi bracelets and other trinkets at the local boutiques.
So let's start planning your next dream vacation so you can experience Greece's pleasant climate, quaint atmosphere, and excellent sandy beaches. Find a good spot along the coast to soak up the sun, walk among millennia-old ruins, and learn the true meaning of Greek authenticity.
Greece is for all those history buffs, leisure seekers, hungry foodies, and everything in between, our itineraries are sure to delight.