10 Day Greece Itineraries

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The icons of Greece continue to amaze. From the Acropolis in Athens to the sun-drenched islands of Santorini and Mykonos, you are granted the quintessential experiences, but with a personalized itinerary, you will discover so much more. Soak up the Mediterranean lifestyle as you explore a legendary culture and history with a 10-day Greece itinerary through Zicasso.

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10 Day Greece Itineraries

Greece 10 Day Itinerary at a Glance

Greece is an idyllic travel location due to its Mediterranean climate, gorgeous scenery, and rich history. Offering a vast array of activities, an intriguing culture, and a vast array of islands to explore, Greece is sure to delight and inspire you. From immersing yourself in the iconic capital of Athens to discovering the sun-kissed shores of Mykonos and Santorini, this 10-day Greece tour will allow you to find your bliss.


Greece’s main regions include Sterea, Peloponnese, Thessaly, Epirus, Macedonia, and Thrace. Greece also has more than 2,000 islands scattered throughout the Aegean and Ionian seas, such as Crete, the Cyclades, the Dodecanese, the Ionian, the Sporades, the Saronic, and the Eastern Aegean Islands.

Only a mere 168 of these islands are actually inhabited. The most famous Greek Islands include Santorini, Mykonos, Corfu, and Crete. Athens is Greece’s capital and largest city. It is followed by Thessaloniki, Patras, and Larissa.


Greece enjoys a Mediterranean climate. Visitors can expect hot and dry summers and mild winters. The hottest summer months, July and August, post average temperatures from 86 to 95 degrees Fahrenheit. Sometimes it can get as hot as 104 degrees Fahrenheit. The winters in Greece winters and mild but can still be chilly and rainy.

Winter in the northern regions of Greece can be particularly cold, and some regions even experience snow from time to time. In the southern regions of Greece and the islands, visitors can expect more temperate weather throughout the winter.


Roughly 10.5 million people live in Greece. The majority of these residents live in the larger cities and their surrounding areas of Athens and Thessaloniki. Athens accounts for approximately three million of Greece’s residents.


Religion is an integral part of Greek culture, and the majority of Greeks identify as Christian Orthodox. The remainder of the country practices various faiths, such as Islam, Catholicism, and Judaism.


Greek is the official language in Greece and is spoken by nearly the entire population. Some non-official languages, including some Greek dialects, are also spoken.


The Euro is Greece’s official currency, and most vendors accept all major credit cards as a form of payment. You still might want to carry cash with you at all times just to be safe. Greece also has plenty of banks and ATMs. It is always advisable to plan ahead and research the availability of such amenities if you are venturing to some of Greece's more remote islands.

Where to Visit in 10 Days

Greece is known for its ancient history, natural beauty, and Mediterranean climate. With so many exciting things to see and do in Greece, visitors can find it difficult to decide between so many options. To make the most of your 10-day Greece tour, this customizable itinerary presents you with the most iconic highlights that this captivating country has to offer.

You can spend the first evening of your 10-day Greece tour in the capital of Athens. Here, you can dine on Greek cuisine with a view of the Acropolis. The following day, your guide can introduce you to the city’s most iconic sights, such as the Plaka district, Monostriki, the Acropolis, and more. A full day’s trip to Delphi will fill day three and will allow you to step into the ancient past to learn about the Oracle of Delphi.

The mesmerizing Meteora monasteries that are tucked high in the mountains among the clouds will be the idyllic destination of day four. This will be followed by a journey to Mykonos. Upon your arrival, you can indulge in a private helicopter tour of the island before a snorkeling excursion. The next day will have you sailing along the shores of the island’s southern coast.

When day eight arrives, you will travel to Santorini. Here, you can explore the island’s highlights with an expert guide. The final full day of your 10-day Greece tour will allow you to board a catamaran, where you can bask in the splendor of the sea. Before departing on day ten, you can participate in a private yoga session by the sea.

Best Time to Visit Greece

The best time for this 10-day Greece tour is between late-May and early-September. These months host Greece’s most ideal weather, which includes plenty of sunshine and practically no rain. For visitors with kids, traveling to Greece between May and early-September enables you to take advantage of your children's summer vacation from school.

July and August are the peak travel months for Greece. During these months, you can expect large crowds, especially on the more famous islands, such as Mykonos, Santorini, and Rhodes.

You should also note that the summer heat in Greece can get relatively hot during July and August. During this time, temperatures typically fall between the 80s and 90s degrees Fahrenheit. August 15th is a religious holiday in Greece, which means that everyone is on vacation and most likely traveling.

Essential Experiences in Greece

Travelers to Greece often find that narrowing down their options can become overwhelming because this country has a nearly endless amount of offerings to enjoy. To lend a hand, below, we have provided three experiences that we consider to be essential when visiting Greece for the first time:

Sail Along Mykonos’ Stunning Southern Coast

You can bask in the sun as you explore the wonders of Mykonos’ southern coast via a luxury sailboat.

Helicopter over Santorini

You can fly over Santorini with an aerial sightseeing tour that will introduce you to the island from a unique vantage point.

Visit the Oracle of Delphi

You can take a day trip to Delphi, which will allow you to step back in time and learn about one of the world’s most ancient landmarks: the Oracle of Delphi.

Travel Considerations

These tips will help guide you as you prepare for your departure to Greece to help ensure that your journey is stress-free.


For those looking to avoid Greece’s most intense weather, particularly the heat of the summer, you should plan your 10-day trip between April and June or during September. This is also an excellent time to visit Greece’s more popular islands, such as Mykonos and Santorini, because the influx of tourists will not have arrived yet.


Greece has ample bus and tram systems, especially in its larger and metropolitan areas. Several ferry companies operate year-round, delivering visitors back and forth between most islands. You should note that these ferry services are limited throughout the year, particularly between October and March.

Another mode of transportation that visitors may want to consider is renting a car. This mode of transport allows you the flexibility to explore at your own pace. The majority of roads on the mainland are well-marked and well-maintained.

Figuring out the logistics of how you will get to and from places can become overwhelming. Luckily, Zicasso eliminates every possible hassle by handling your transportation needs for you. Zicasso ensures that you have private transfers between destinations.


Weather Considerations

Greece’s winters are temperate and mild, and temperatures rarely get very cold. If traveling during the winter months, packing a pair of light pants, jeans, a light jacket, a sweater or two, a few pairs of shorts, and an assortment of shirts or sundresses should be adequate to keep you comfortable throughout your journey. If you are traveling during the warmer months, you will not need to pack any warm clothes except for a long-sleeved or two and a pair of pants.

Electrical Considerations

Greece uses type C and F outlets, and the standard voltage is 230 V.

Pharmaceutical Considerations

There is no shortage of pharmacies in Greece, which means that you should have no problem finding your basic pharmaceutical necessities. If you are traveling to a smaller  island, you should research the availability of such amenities.

Travel Insurance

You’ve booked your dream vacation, now protect it with travel insurance. A wide range of factors can leave your vacation in limbo. Medical emergencies, inclement weather, and unexpected cancellations can cause turmoil for your trip, so in the unlikely event of a disaster, get the travel insurance coverage that provides peace of mind. Click here to see our travel insurance page and to get a quote.

Flights Via Zicasso

Zicasso Air Desk is an international air ticketing service that eliminates the stress of finding and booking the right flights for your upcoming vacation by employing the same personalized service you can expect from planning a trip with Zicasso. Our competitive flight pricing, 24x7 Service & Support, and Complimentary Consultation of Routing vs. Pricing with an Expert Flight Specialist make finding the perfect flight for your trip effortless.

Travel Documents

Carrying the appropriate travel documents is essential for any traveler when visiting Greece. Therefore, packing the proper paperwork is vital for making your journey pleasant and stress-free. The following list includes the most important documents that you should always carry with when in Greece:

  • Personal medical information
  • Pertinent information regarding any medical condition(s) from your doctor, especially any medication that you are taking
  • Emergency contact information
  • Passport
  • Visa
  • Proof of airline tickets and reservations
  • Customs forms and documents
  • Hotel or accommodation reservations
  • Travel and medical insurance

Your Zicasso travel specialist will be able to provide requirements that are specific to your trip, although responsibility always lies with the traveler to ensure that all is in order. Travel requirements can change with little to no notice, so it is wise to stay updated as your trip approaches.

Finances & Tipping

As you make your way through Greece, you should have no problem finding banks and ATMs that readily accept a range of debit cards. Euros are also accepted by nearly all Greek vendors. Before your journey, you should contact your bank and alert them of your travel schedule and plans.

Vendors at most open markets will welcome haggling over the price of their goods. On the contrary, this practice is not welcome in reputable retailers.

Although tipping in Greece is becoming more widely accepted, it is by no means obligatory. Further specifics on appropriate amounts if you want to tip can be provided by your Zicasso travel specialist.

Safety & Accessibility of Resources

Greece is considered to be perfectly safe for foreigners. It is always a good rule of thumb for travelers to exercise precaution when using public transportation or when in crowded areas.

Crime Rate

Greece is considered by the United States Department of State to be a safe country to visit. Although Greece does have instances of pickpocketing and purse-snatching, such occurrences are mostly concentrated in the more crowded tourist areas and on public transportation.

Medical & First Aid

Since pharmacies are plentiful in most parts of Greece, it is highly likely that you will be able to purchase all needed first aid or medications during your vacation. It is always smart to pack all of your necessities, including any and all medications that you have obtained from your doctor.

Water & Food Safety

Greece is a modern European country, and there are no food or water safety issues that you need to be worried about during your vacation. If you are planning to travel to the smaller or more remote islands, it is wise to research the availability of clean water and other common amenities.

Travel with Zicasso

When planning a luxury vacation, every detail matters, which is why our approach is different. We will match you with leading travel specialists who are the most qualified to make your dream trip happen. They know their country better than anyone, and each travel specialist in Zicasso’s network is among the finest travel agents and tour operators, comprising of the top tier of the industry. Experience the wonder of an exceptional itinerary crafted just for you.

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