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Greece & Egypt

2 Nights Athens, 4-Day Greek Island Cruise, 3 Nights Cairo & 4-Day Nile Cruise

starting from$ 2,689
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Visit one of the most awe-inspiring remnants of ancient civilization – Egypt. Cruise the Nile and be transported back to the time of the great Pharaohs, visit the Valley of the Kings and Queen, the 2000-year old Temple of Horus and the Temple of Philae. Gaze upon the Pyramids and Sphinx and tour the Egyptian Museum, with one of the largest collection of antiquities. Combine this with a few days in the cradle of democracy – Athens – with its famous Acropolis and Panathenaikon stadium. Explore the Greek islands and classical sites and spend the day in Rhodes where you can ascend to the Acropolis of Lindos, stroll the Street of the Knights or relax on the beautiful picture-perfect Tsampika beach. Rekindle your romance or start a new one watching the sunset on the caldera in Santorini.


Greece And Egypt starts every Saturday.
  • DAY 1, SAT


    Upon arrival in Athens, you will be met and transferred to your hotel. Rest of the day at leisure.
  • DAY 2, SUN


    After breakfast at your hotel, board your motor coach for your sightseeing tour of Athens. Visits include the Acropolis, the Acropolis Museum, the Panathenaikon Stadium, where the first modern Olympic Games took place in 1896, and more. Afternoon at leisure.
    Breakfast Included
  • DAY 3, MON


    After breakfast, transfer to Piraeus Port to board the 4-night cruise. Arrive in Mykonos known for the hundreds of chapels that dot the island and the many sandy beaches. Here you can enjoy a fun-filled afternoon and evening. Walk the cobblestone streets, visit the many shops and enjoy a drink while taking in the view of the sunset over the blue Aegean Sea.
    Breakfast , Lunch & Dinner Included
  • DAY 4, TUE


    Arrive in Kusadasi and take an excursion to the ancient city of Ephesus. Then on to Patmos where you can take an optional excursion to the Monastery and Cave where John the Divine wrote the Book of Revelation.
    Breakfast , Lunch & Dinner Included
  • DAY 5, WED


    Arrive in Rhodes where you will spend a full day. Take an optional excursion of the city of Rhodes and the Acropolis of Lindos to visit the Temple of Athena and the citadel of the Knights.
    Breakfast , Lunch & Dinner Included
  • DAY 6, THU


    Arrive in Heraklion, the capital of Crete. Take an optional excursion to the Palace of King Minos at Knossos, the center of the Minoan civilization. Sail on to Santorini, the volcano island, one of the most unforgettable places in the world. Walk along the narrow streets of the town of Thera or visit the beautiful village of Oia, perched on the rim of the caldera offering panoramic views of breathtaking beauty.
    Breakfast , Lunch & Dinner Included
  • DAY 7, FRI


    Disembark after breakfast and transfer to the airport for your flight to Cairo. Upon arrival in Cairo, you will be met and transferred to your hotel.
    Breakfast Included
  • DAY 8, SAT:


    After breakfast transfer to the airport for the flight to Luxor. Upon arrival you will be transferred to your cruise ship. After lunch proceed to East Bank to visit the Temples of Karnak and Luxor
    Breakfast , Lunch & Dinner Included
  • DAY 9, SUN


    After breakfast visit the most important area of the Nile, the West Bank. The Valley of Kings containing the secretive tombs of New Kingdom Pharaohs, the Valley of Queens, the temple of Hatshepsut at El-Deir, El-Bahari and the Colossi Memnon. Sail to Edfu.
    Breakfast , Lunch & Dinner Included
  • DAY 10, MON


    Morning visit the Horus Temple of Edfu. Sail to Kom Ombo and visit the Temple shared by two gods Sobek and Haeroris. Sail to Aswan.
    Breakfast , Lunch & Dinner Included
  • DAY 11, TUE


    After breakfast visit the High Dam, masterpiece of modern engineering built to end the disastrous Nile floods. Continue to the Temple of Philae and unfinished Obelisk before returning to Cairo. Upon arrival at Cairo airport, you will be met and transferred to your hotel. The rest of the day is at leisure.
    Breakfast Included
  • DAY 12, WED


    After breakfast begin your full day tour, visiting the Egyptian Museum, home of the world's greatest collections of antiquities from the Pharaonic period. Continue your sightseeing to Giza Pyramids. Examine Karnak Temple, Luxor Cheop's 4500 year old Great Pyramid. Explore the pyramids built by Mycerinus and Chepheren and beware the mighty Sphinx protector of the Pharaohs. Visit the famous Khan El Khalili Bazaar before returning to your hotel for overnight.
    Breakfast Included
  • DAY 13, THU


    You will be transferred to the airport for your return flight home.

Package Includes

  • All flights within Egypt
  • 2-night hotel accommodations in Athens
  • Breakfast daily in Athens.
  • 4-night cruise to the Greek Islands & Turkey, including all meals and entertainment. Inside cabins, two lower beds.
  • Two shore excursions: Rhodes Medieval tour and Ancient Ephesus through the Ages (Kusadasi)
  • Drink package inclusive of non-alcoholic and alcoholic drinks (for adults 18 and over) on Greek Island cruise.
  • Athens City sightseeing tour including the Acropolis and the Acropolis Museum.
  • Cruise port taxes and ship gratuities.
  • 3-night hotel accommodations in Cairo.
  • Breakfast daily in Cairo.
  • One full day sightseeing in Cairo.
  • 3-night Nile Cruise, in an outside cabin. All meals, entertainment and shore excursions included.
  • All transfers as per itinerary.
  • Hotel taxes and service charges.
  • Porterage of one suitcase per person.
  • Orientation by Homeric Tours representatives.
  • 24/7 Support from a Homeric representative.
  • USTOA $1 Million Travelers Assistance Program.

Dates & Prices

Greece & Egypt - DOUBLE PRICES


Athens Plaza

CairoSemiramis Intercontinental
Nile CruiseSonesta Moon Goddess
MAR 13, 20, 27, 2021$2,894
APR 3, 10, 2021$2,894
APR 17, 2021 $2,894
APR 24, 2021$2,689
MAY 1, 8, 15, 22, 29, 2021$2,872
JUN 5, 12, 19, 26, 2021 $2,872
JUL 3, 10, 17, 2021$2,872
JUL 24, 31, 2021$2,872
AUG 7, 14, 21, 28, 2021$2,872
SEP 4, 11, 18, 2021$2,938
SEP 25, 2021$3,234
OCT 2, 9, 16, 2021$3,168

Greece & Egypt - SINGLE PRICES


Athens Plaza

CairoSemiramis Intercontinental
Nile CruiseSonesta Moon Goddess
MAR 13, 20, 27, 2021$3,963
APR 3, 10, 2021$3,963
APR 17, 2021$3,963
APR 24, 2021$3,732
MAY 1, 8, 15, 22, 29, 2021$3,990
JUN 5, 12, 19, 26, 2021$3,990
JUL 3, 10, 17, 2021$3,990
JUL 24, 31, 2021$3,990
AUG 7, 14, 21, 28, 2021$3,990
SEP 4, 11, 18, 2021$4,076
SEP 25, 2021$4,438
OCT 2, 9, 16, 2021$4,352



Athens Plaza★ ★ ★ ★ ★
This Athens luxury hotel boasts 180 elegant, warm guestrooms, including 18 suites, all individually designed in a contemporary style with ancient Greek elements. With a prestigious location in Syntagma Square and stunning Acropolis views, this 5-star downtown Athens hotel spacious guest rooms with floor-to-ceiling windows. Fabrics by Lauren, Fornacetti, and Versace decorate the guestrooms, which include marble baths, designer toiletries, and wireless Internet access.
  • Hotel Address:Leof. Vasileos Georgiou 2 (Syntagma Square), Athens 105 64, Greece
    Phone:+30 210 33 400, Fax:+30 212 35856,


Semiramis Intercontinental★ ★ ★ ★ ★
Standing on the site of the historic Semiramis Hotel, Semiramis Intercontinental Cairo is a symbol of modern style. Located in the heart of the city center, facing the Nile River, the hotel is close to the Egyptian Museum, the Cairo Opera House and the Cairo Tower. The Citadel, Old Cairo, downtown shops and commercial center are nearby. The Giza Pyramids and Cairo International Airport are just 16 miles away.
  • Hotel Address:Corniche El Nil, Cairo, 11511 Egypt
    Phone:+2 02 27988000,


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Important Tour Info



  • A Greece accommodation tax of up to 4 euros per person per night is additional and will need to be paid directly to the hotel upon check-out.
  • Prices are per person, based on double occupancy.
    Triple occupancy and children prices are available upon request.
  • Hotels featured above may be substituted according to the availability.
  • Homeric Tours can provide competitive airfares from USA in conjunction with your tour request.
  • Tours can be extended as desired, please inquire directly.
  • The flight between Athens and Cairo is additional (airfare will be determined at the time of the reservation).


Greece And Egypt   starts every Saturday. 


Homeric Tours will provide affordable airfare from USA in conjuction with the tour upon request.



PASSPORT/VISA: (It is recommended that your passport has at least six (6) months of validity whenever you travel abroad to avoid unintended travel disruptions. Because rules and regulations frequently change, please inquire about passports validity and visas from the consulate of the foreign country you will visit. Participants with a valid U.S. passport must also obtain a visa from the Egyptian Consulate or upon arrival in Egypt. If you hold a passport of a foreign country, please contact the Egyptian Consulate in your area for information on whether or not you need a visa. Important: Passengers requiring a Schengen Visa must have a multi-entry Schengen Visa if visiting more than one country.) 
CURRENCY: (The local currency is the Egyptian Pound (L.E.) Exchange your money at banks or at the exchange counter at your hotel.) 
BANKING HOURS: (Banks are open 8:30am to 1:00pm every day except Sunday, when hours are 10:00am to 12 noon. Banks close on Friday and Saturday.) 
WHAT TO PACK: (Summer months: Lightweight clothing. A sweater for cool Cairo evenings. At all times: Modesty in clothing should be observed; wear bathing suits and shorts at the beach or swimming pools only. A good rule is to cover your back and shoulders outside of the hotel area. Women should cover their arms when visiting mosques. Bring comfortable shoes for sightseeing.) 
HEALTH PRECAUTIONS: (Drink only bottled water with no ice. Eat in the hotel restaurants or in well-known leading restaurants.) 
ELECTRICITY: (The current is 200 volts, 50 cycles in Cairo and most areas. Wall plugs are the round, two-pronged European type.) 
TELECOMMUNICATIONS: (Make long distance calls from the hotel. Collect calls cannot be made from Egypt.) 
SHOPPING: (Cairo is a shopping adventure! Buy brass, copper, inlaid wooden articles, silver and gold jewelry, leather shoes, bags and belt, cotton goods or perfumes. You should be able to bargain up to two thirds off the price originally quoted to you.) 
SHOPS: (Shops are open from 9am to 1pm and from 4:30pm to 7:30pm. Shops close on Sundays) 



PASSPORT/VISA: (It is recommended that your passport have at least six months of validity whenever you travel abroad to avoid unintended travel disruptions. Because rules and regulations frequently change, please inquire about passports validity and visas from the consulate of the foreign country you will visit. Participants with valid U.S. and Canadian passports do not require visas. If you hold a passport of a foreign country, please contact the Greek Consulate in your area for information on whether or not you need a visa. 
Important: Passengers requiring a Schengen Visa must have a multi-entry Schengen Visa if visiting more than one country.) 
CLIMATE: (The temperature in Athens ranges from 55F in January to 92F in July and August. Seasonal breezes called meltemia moderate the summer heat. The country averages more than 3,000 hours of sunshine a year.) 
CLOTHING: (Dress tends to be casual, but there are limits. Sleeveless dresses and shorts may not be worn in monasteries and churches, and women should be sure that arms and shoulders are covered. Jackets for men and cocktail dresses for women are required in the posher of restaurants and in the casinos.) 
EXCURSIONS: (Visiting the Greek ruins often means traversing over irregular stony terrain that can present a double hazard. Thus, shoes worn on such excursions should be sturdy and absolutely comfortable. Do not wear high heel shoes on these excursions.) 
CURRENCY: (The unit of currency is the Euro. Coinage is available in denominations of 1, 2, 5, 10, 20 and 50 cents with 1 and 2 Euros. Bank notes come in units of 5, 10, 20, 50, 100, 200 and 500 Euros. It is not necessary to exchange your money prior to your arrival in Athens.
There are two banks open where you can exchange your money at the baggage claim area in Athens airport. There are also banks at the hotels.) 
TIPPING: (The Greek restaurants automatically include a 15% service charge. If that is the case, the custom is to leave small change on the plate for the waiter and an equivalent amount on the table for the bus boy. In restaurants without a service charge or in the case of room service, 15% is the norm.) 
SHOPPING: (The favorite buys in Athens are furs, leather goods (especially shoes), hand-woven and hand-embroidered clothing and linen, ceramics, handbags, jewelry and flokati rugs. The most elegant shopping area is the Kolonaki district where you will find the latest European styles.) 
ELECTRICITY: (The standard electrical current throughout Greece is 220AC and the outlets are made for 2 round poles.) 
BANKS & CREDIT CARDS: (All major credit cards are accepted in hotels, restaurants and cosmopolitan boutiques. However, they are not used as extensively as they are in the U.S. Traveler's checks are widely accepted throughout Greece. They can be exchanged easily at almost all banks and post offices.) 
TIME: (There is a seven-hour (+7) difference when New York is on the Eastern Standard Time. Greece, along with the rest of the European Community, observes daylight savings time from April to October.) 


Prepare for the Unexpected

Homeric Tours highly recommends that all our passengers purchase travel insurance. We offer a cost-effective, comprehensive insurance plan that protects you in cases such as having to cancel your trip for medical reasons, leaving your trip early due to an emergency, getting reimbursed in case your baggage arrives late, and so on.

We offer two separate plans: one for passengers who purchase only air tickets from us and the other for passengers who purchase land-only services (hotels, cruises, transfers, etc.) or land-and-air packages.

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