Olympia - Visit the remarkable site of Olympia where the first Olympiad was held. Its setting could not be more idyllic: in the middle of a fertile valley with the rivers of Alphios and Kladhios flowing past.
Athens -Tread in the footsteps of the Ancient Greeks in the fascinating city of Athens. See the dazzling architecture of the Acropolis and unearth Greek myths in the fascinating museums, all in the midst of this bustling capital.
Izmir - Although Turkey’s third largest city can trace its story back to 3,000 BC, today it’s a busy, modern metropolis. But history isn’t far away, so head south to Ephesus, one of the greatest archaeological sites in the world, to see grand buildings, like the amphitheatre, the stunning Library of Celsus.
Corfu - On the northernmost edge of the Ionian islands, with its lush vegetation and picturesque coastline, you'll find a unique mosaic of cultural and artistic influences.
Santorini - You’ll want to take a photograph on every corner of this volcanic island in the Cyclades, with its incredible variety of landscapes and its crystal-clear sea.
Mykonos - The moment you arrive on this tiny island in the Cyclades, among magnificent beaches and delightful views, you’ll understand why it’s a favorite destination for so many tourists.
Dubrovnik - From Dubrovnik you can easily reach Medjugorje, a small town in the municipality of Citluk. Medjugorje is one of the largest centers of worship in the world, a sacred place that attracts a multitude of pilgrims to visit the Queen of Peace.
Split - Its historic center, a harmonious blend of different styles, is like an open-air museum: not surprisingly it is protected as a World Heritage Site.
Venice - An icon of beauty and art, it is a constant visual delight, with monuments and palaces, harmonious bridges, gondolas, traditional narrow streets and picturesque squares.