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Greece Tours

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When you think of a vacation in Greece, you probably think of stunning beaches on pristine Greek Islands, world-famous ruins of long-gone Greek civilizations, and - perhaps - the "Mamma Mia" movie. But even though this is not a giant country, relatively speaking, it can be a challenge to figure out how to fit it all in during your trip. That is why so many people choose to book one of the many Greece tours, either day trips or multi-day tours, when they are planning their vacations.

Even if you have your entire trip in Greece already planned, and you do not usually like the idea of a tour, booking a spot on one of these Greece tours can be a really great idea. For instance, if your plans include lots of lying on the beach and soaking in the sun, you can let someone else plan your day-trip to Athens for you. And if your trip is going to focus on the historic aspects of the country, you can kick back and relax with a sailing trip through the Greek Islands that someone else has organized.

See, with these Greece tours, you get to take advantage of all the perks of visiting a destination or a sight you might not have been able to reach on your own - without having to do all the legwork to plan that additional trip. What is more, you often get the bonus of an experienced guide who can explain all of what you are seeing and why it is important. That is something that is hard to do when you are just staring at a pile of Greek ruins on your own!

Many of the Greece tours available are multi-day trips, but the prices are so low that you could probably add at least one to your itinerary even if you already have a two-week trip planned out. For instance, a 4-day tour of classical Greece - including Mycenae, Olympia, and Delphi - is less than $580 per person, and that includes transportation, accommodation, some meals, some entrance fees to attractions, and an English-speaking tour guide. That is an excellent deal, and well worth adding to your plans.