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Greece 2023

Loutraki near Corinth

One of the oldest Greek spas of Loutraki, in ancient times called Therma from hot springs. It was famous for its medicinal values already in Roman and Byzantine times. Today, in the spa, modern methods of hydrotherapy are used for many health ailments (rheumatism, joints, diseases of the nervous system and skin), but also for purely relaxation purposes. Loutraki is also a modern resort full of life and entertainment. We will find here e.g. casino. Although the beach here is pebbly, it is worth taking diving glasses with you because the sea is exceptionally clear. Interestingly, in the local bars and taverns we will not get anything to drink but the local healing water!


Tour schedule:

1 day 

04.15           zbiórka_cc781905-5cde- 3194-bb3b-136bad5cf58d_

04.15-07.15 transfer to the airport Warszawa-Modlin

07.15-08.15 ticket and baggage check-in

09.20-13.00 flight to Athens

14.00-15.00 transfer to Loutrak - accommodation

17.00-20.00 walk around Athens, dinner

2 day 


Sightseeing in Athens (Acropolis, Panathenaic Stadium. Changing of the Guard - Syntagma, Plaka)

Transfer to Loutraki - accommodation


LUTRAKI BY NIGHT walking tour.

Walk to a beautiful waterfall

3 day 
trip to Argolis 

(Corinth Canal, Epidavros, Mycenae, Napflion)

detailed tour description below

4 day 
optional trip to the lake Blue

(visit to the olive press, Monastery of St. Patapios, Temple of Hera)


5 day 

optional trip - cruise on the Corinth Canal

6 day 

Optional event - Greek Evening 


7 day 

Packed lunch for breakfast 

05.30-07.00 transfer to Athens airport

07.00-08.00 baggage and ticket check-in

08.55-10.20 Athens-Modlin flight

11.30-15.00 return


Grand Olympic Hotel***, room 2 pers.

(air conditioning, balcony, toilet + shower or bathtub, fridge),  6 nights


the first benefit - breakfast the next day after arrival, the last - breakfast on the day of departure.
6 breakfasts and 6 dinners in the form of a buffet


Plane + coach

Facultative trips:

  1. Boat trip on the Corinth Canal 40 EUR

  2. Bus Tour to Blue Lake: Visit to the ruins of the Temple of Hera and the Monastery of St. Paul EUR 30

  3. Greek Evening (dinner + music) 35 EUR

The price is:

PLN 3,690 for a group of 40-49 people

PLN 3,780 for a group of 30-39 people

PLN 3,970 for a group of 20-29 people

The price includes:

  • accommodation: Mantas hotel group: Hotel Mantas***
    and Hotel Seaside*** in a hotel in Greece 8 days (7 nights), in a room 2 pers. air conditioning, fridge, balcony, bathroom (shower or bath, toilet). The group can be accommodated in two hotels.

  • board: the first service - breakfast the next day after arrival, the last - breakfast or a packed lunch on the day of departure, in the hotel 7 breakfasts and 6 dinners in the form of a buffet

  • trip to Argolis (Epidavros, Mycenae, Napflion)

  • coach trip to Athens

  • walking tour to the waterfall - Loutraki By Night

  • insurance: NNW - PLN 15,000 and KL - € 10,000,

  • air tickets: on the route Modlin - Athens - Modlin

  • luggage - 2 pieces of luggage taken on board:
    Hand bag 40 cm x 25 cm x 20 cm (up to 8 kg) placed under the aircraft seat + suitcase on wheels 55 x 40 x 20 cm (up to 10 kg) - taken on board
    Possible surcharge:
    for checked baggage up to the hold PLN 280

  • Transport: Olsztyn-Modlin-Olsztyn

  • Coach transport:

  • Athens - Loutraki Loutraki - Athens A trip to Argolis, a trip to Athens

  • Highway tolls

  • Pilot's care

  • Tax to TFG and TFP

The price does not include entrance tickets to the visited objects(Acropolis: Epidavros, Mycenae, Napflion)

  • €26 reduced (seniors 65+)

  • €52 normal


Bus trip to Athens
Sightseeing, among others Acropolis

An oval-shaped limestone hill towering over Athens, 157 m high, area approx. 3 ha. In antiquity, a center of religious worship; Two roads led to it: Panatenajska and Trójnogów. Settlement on the Acropolis of Athens is attested from the Stone Age, from the period of the Mycenaean culture, the remains of the walls, the so-called pelasgicon. In the 6th century BC, Solon and Pisistratus initiated broader construction works here: the temple of Athena (the so-called Hekatompedon) was erected, and on the site of the older temple (Archaeus Naos) - the temple of Athena Polias, i.e. the city's patroness; the former Mycenaean gate was replaced by the first Propylaia. 
The temple of Nike Apteros was built in the years 425-421 according to the design of Kallikrates, it must be emphasized that it was built during the war with Sparta. It was completed just after the signing of the Peace of Nicias in 421. Decoration continued until 413. Callicrates' building was to replace a modest older temple destroyed by the Persians in 480.
The Doric Parthenon with its wonderfully preserved columns is a classic work of Attic architecture, combining the Doric order with Ionic elements.


with the preserved Doric temple of Hephaestus in ancient Athens, a council composed of former archons for life. Its name comes from the place of the meeting - the hill dedicated to Ares (Greek Arejos pagos), where the temple of Ares with the right of asylum for assassins was located. 

The stadium of the first modern Olympics 

The Panathenaic Stadium is located on the slope of Ardettos Hill, on the site of an ancient stadium from the 4th century BC, built during the reign of Lycurgus. Panathenaic athletics competitions were held here in antiquity. 

Changing of the guard at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier on Plateia Syntagmatos 
The parliament building is named after the second Royal Palace. Guardsmen in traditional costume and shoes with pompoms are on guard - there is a change of guard every hour on the hour. This is quite a spectacular event.

Shopping in Athens Square "PLAKA"

is one of the most beautiful districts of the capital, with many historic houses richly decorated with stucco. There are also some beautiful gardens with palm trees and citrus trees. In this part of the city there are many shops, restaurants, cafes and squares full of greenery. And although Plaka is geared towards tourists, this has not destroyed its specific character. 
At every turn, in every avenue and alley, there is a new surprise: church, ancient remains, neoclassical remains or Franconian houses - all this is full of life. Plaka can absorb you for days. You can wander around visiting countless shops that attract with their beauty. There you can buy hand-woven carpets, furs, leather and gold products. The main and therefore one of the more expensive shopping arcades is Adriana Street (Adrianou), running in the north-west of the district. 



Bus trip to Argolis
Bus trip to the Corinth Canal
The Corinth Canal is a shipping canal in Greece, connecting the Aegean Sea (Saronic Gulf) with the Ionian Sea (Gulf of Corinth). This canal crosses the Isthmus of Corinth, thus separating the Peloponnese peninsula from the main part of Greece, making it effectively an island. Almost at the mouth of the Corinth Canal lies the city of Corinth. It was built in 1882-1893. It could save some ships the 400km journey they would have to make around the Peloponnese. 
Epidavros - one of the most important monuments of ancient Greece - a magnificent ancient theater, built at the end of the 4th century BC by Poliklet the Younger.
Due to the phenomenal acoustics, ancient dramas, especially those of Sophocles, Euripides and Aeschylus, have been staged here every year for many years as part of the Athens Festival. 


To the east of the road from Corinth to Argos lies the fortified citadel of Agamemnon in Mycenae (Mykínes), tucked between the hills. It is a place that could be the setting of Greek legends. 
Traces of the original settlement date back to the 3rd millennium BC. Excavations are being carried out on the site of the former stronghold. The most important of them include the ruins of the acropolis with the remains of the palace and well-equipped shaft and chamber tombs (including golden masks, e.g. Agamemnon's mask, jewelry, luxury weapons). 
The most famous tombs found in the necropolis include the Treasury of Atreus, also known as the grave of Agamemnon, and the tomb of Clytemnestra.


From 230 meters high, which is the Palamidi rock, the view is magnificent. Underfoot, a rocky promontory like a short thick sickle cuts into the blue waters of the Argolic Gulf. On the right, the bay ends, the shore makes a semicircle and recedes south along the mountain coast of the Peloponnese. 
The red roofs of the houses that spread out on the promontory attract the eye - this is Nafplion, a city full of monuments, taverns, guesthouses, located in the picturesque Argolis, where there are the most antiquity monuments in all of Greece. Palamidi is one of the most powerful Venetian-Turkish fortresses in all of Hellas (admission 4 euros). Its long walls built in the years 1711-14 climb the edge of the great rock of the same name, an almost vertical cliff rising from the sea and overlooking Nafplion. 

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