School trips to Greece
The Roman city of Athens, and the small fishing village of Tolon. The Oracle at Delphi, the ancient stadium in Olympia, and the outstanding beauty of Pylos. This flexible tour provides a rich insight into the culture and landscapes of the Peloponnese region, and takes in the most important sites of ancient Greece.
Arrive in the capital of Athens – one of the oldest cities in the world. Discover the tombs and excavation sites of Eleusis and explore the temples and ruins of Ancient Corinth – the largest city in ancient Greece. Travel to the bay of Tolon, to enjoy the authentic charm of a Greek fishing town. Visit the healing centre of Epidavros and explore the labyrinth streets of Nauplion – one of Greece’s most beautiful mainland towns. Spend a night in Delphi to see the temple of Apollo and learn the legends of the Oracle. Make an overnight stay in Olympia to fully appreciate the site of the original Olympic Games, where ritual sacrifices and chariot racing added to the events. Add a night in Pylos to enter the ruins of King Nestor’s 13th century palace, and find the remains of his throne room and decorated bathtub.
With an excellent choice of accommodation provided for the duration, this flexible, multicentre tour allows school groups to tailor a trip to best meet their curriculum objectives and time frames: A one centre tour will focus on Athens and the surrounding area, with two centres taking in the attractions around Tolon. A three centre tour includes a night in Delphi and four will allow a longer stay in Olympia. To add Pylos to the package, ask for a five centre tour.
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- Recommended for sports tours
- Plenty of activities
Conveniently located 1 hour from Athens, SPORTCAMP is the largest private sports centre in Greece. Featuring multimedia rooms, on-site accommodation and amenities and world class fitness facilities- SPORTCAMP will meet all your tour and athletic needs.
Capacity: 900 beds
Location: One hour from Athens, in the lovely resort of Loutraki.
Facilities: Classrooms, games rooms, swimming pool, sports facilities on site.
Accommodation: All rooms are en-suite and can accommodate from 1 to 16 people.
Meals: Buffet style meals.
- Great location
- Wide range of on-site facilities
The Hotel Phaistos is located on the tranquil outskirts of the town.
Capacity: 20 rooms
Location: 15 minutes walk from the centre of Tolon and only 5 minutes walk from the beach.
Facilities: Tennis courts, outdoor swimming pool, veranda, free wi-fi in public areas.
Accommodation: All rooms have en-suite facilities, with air-conditioning and a television.
Meals: The hotel offers a buffet breakfast and meals are taken at the sister Hotel Apollon.
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Below is a sample of Excursions Equity can organise for your trip to Greece - for subject specific excursions have a look at the
recommended educational trips for Greece
This rocky hill which overlooks Athens is considered the most important ancient site in the Western world. A symbol of classical civilization, the Acropolis and its monuments form the greatest architectural and artistic complex left behind by Greek Antiquity.
Delphi Olympia Site and The Archaeological Museum of Olympia
Visit the seat of the famous Delphic oracle and the birthplace of the Olympic Games. Enter the museum where sculptures and mind-blowing artefacts trace the long history of the sanctuary of Zeus.
Island of Hydra
Located in the Aegean Sea, in ancient times it was known as Hydrea, derived from the Greek word for water and has history dating back from the second half of the third millennium BCE.
Corinth, Mycenae, Epidavros & Nauplion
Visit Corinth, the richest city of the ancient world, and explore the spectacular archaeological site of Mycenae. Discover the Venetian fortress at Nauplion and test out the theatre acoustics in the ancient city of Epidaurus.
Nestor's Palace near Pylos
Greece’s best-preserved Mycenaean palace, the floor plan here is almost completely intact and includes 105 ground floor apartments. See the impressive throne room and central hearth, imagining the palace in full glory, with fine frescoes adorning the walls.
National Archaeological Museum
Devoted to ancient Greek art, this huge archaeological museum is one of the most important in the world. More than 20,000 exhibits trace the story of Greek civilization from the beginnings of Prehistory to Late Antiquity.
Situated in central Greece, these six monasteries stand on 300-metre high sandstone pillars, creating a unique and astounding landscape and forming one of the largest and most important complexes of Eastern Orthodox monasteries in the country.
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Recommended Educational Trips to Greece
Equity can recommend Greece for the following subjects- click on the boxes for more information about subject specific itineraries and excursions.