When it comes to dream travel destinations, Italy and Greece are often at the top of many travelers’ lists. Each country boasts rich history and culture, stunning views, mouthwatering cuisine and vibrant cultures. It may be difficult to decide which destination to choose for your next getaway. Both destinations have much to offer on their own, but why not choose to combine these two Mediterranean gems!
History & Culture
Both Italy and Greece are steeped in history, with ancient ruins, architectural marvels and a wealth of cultural heritage. You can explore the Roman Forum in Rome and also walk through the iconic streets of Athens to marvel at the Acropolis creating a seamless journey through time! You can visit museums or book unique excursions in each country, diving into the cultures in each.
Italian and Greek cuisines are known worldwide for their flavors and authenticity. Indulge in pasta and pizza in Italy, and then savor the Mediterranean diet in Greece with fresh seafood, olives and feta cheese! By combining these culinary experiences, you’ll have the opportunity to enjoy a wide range of flavors and cooking techniques that will delight your taste buds!
Italy and Greece hold some of the most beautiful sights you may ever see: from the rugged coastlines of the Amalfi Coast to the stunning beaches of Mykonos. From the rolling hills of Tuscany to the mesmerizing sunset of Santorini, combining these destinations allows you to soak in a diverse array of natural beauty. You can go from island hopping in Greece to strolling the romantic canals of Venice all in the same trip! The architecture of both countries, while very different from each other, are fascinating and the beauty of these cities open the possibility for endless photo opportunities.
Combining travel to Italy and Greece creates a travel experience that seamlessly brings together history, culture, cuisine and natural beauty. Thanks to their geographical proximity, traveling between the two has never been easier. We can help blend your perfect trip with trains, flights and high speed ferries, or for the simplest and more relaxed way, join a cruise as shown in the itinerary below! Whether you’re a history enthusiast, a foodie, a beach bum, or simply seeking a diverse adventure, the synergy between these two Mediterranean wonders is bound to leave you with memories that will last a lifetime. So waste no time, let's get started on planning your getaway today!
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