Food Technology school trips to Greece
Students won’t be disappointed by a Food Technology Trip to Greece. With mouth-watering delicacies from souvlaki to Greek pastries and locally produced specialities such as honey, vinegars, cheese, Greek coffee and extra-virgin olive oils – these are just some of the highlights of a Food Tech trip to the Attika region.
Visit various marketplaces around Athens and be inspired by the fresh local ingredients. Learn more about enhancing flavour with local spices at one of the most beautiful spice stores on Evripidou street, often referred to as a 'foodie haven'. Cook Greek dishes from scratch, learning about the local ingredients, traditional Greek cooking methods and finally enjoy the fruits of your labour! For those with time to explore a bit further afield, there are some excellent tours of food production sites including honey, wine and olive oil! During the evening, enjoy a Greek night with folklore music, traditional dancing and an authentic Greek meal.
- Flight to Athens
- Own time for sight-seeing
- Food Tour of Athens
- Cookery lesson
- Visit to a local honey or olive oil factory
- Visit to the Acropolis
- Evening: Greek night
- Free time in Athens, or if time allows further food factory visit.
- Flight back to UK
N.B The basic 'from' prices do not include excursions, for a full package price... Request a quote
- Convenient location
- Stunning views of the Acropolis
The 4* Hotel Candia offers a high standard of accommodation and is a comfortable base from which to explore Athens.
Location: The hotel is in a central location within easy walking distance of the metro station.
Facilities: Roof garden and rooftop swimming pool, spacious reception area, free Wi-Fi, meeting rooms
Accommodation: 2-4 bed ensuite rooms with air conditioning, Wi-Fi, TV, hairdryer.
Meals: Half board, buffet meals.
Quick Tip: This is just a small sample of possible accommodations available. Please contact us for more information.
Subject Specific Excursions
Food Tour of Athens
Visit the culinary highlights of Athens: Monastiraki, Psiri, the Central Market area, the bustling Varvakios food market, a spice store and finish off at a traditional coffee spot, where you will discover the Greek’s love for coffee!
Greek Cookery Lessons
Groups will have the chance to cook Greek dishes from scratch! Students can get involved in the process by learning traditional Greek cooking methods and end the session by eating the dishes they have prepared.
Food Factory Tours
Visit one or several of the local food factories in the Attika region. The area has many food factories producing Greek delicacies such as honey and olive oil, as well as a local winery.
End the day with an evening of folklore music and dancing, followed by a delicious traditional Greek meal.