Travel Itinerary For A

10-day Trip To Greece


Greece is a country located in southeast Europe that boasts over 10 major cities and towns. With the number of arrivals in tourist accommodation growing for the past 7 years to a whopping record of 34.2 million visitors in 2019, Greece is definitely a place you’ll want to check out.

A 10-day travel itinerary is perfect for visiting Athens, Thessaloniki, Nafplio, and Mykonos. Enjoy the rich culture, sample great food, visit the Parthenon, and island-hop across the serene beaches of the Cyclades.

Read along for the perfect 10-day itinerary across Greece, the country at the crossroads of Europe, Asia, and Africa.

Here are 4 excellent destinations that are a must-see in your 10 day trip across the Hellenic Republic.

Days 1 -3: Athens

Day 4-6: Thessaloniki

Day 7-9: Mykonos Beach Town

Day 10: Nafplio



Named after the Greek Goddess Athena, Athens is an authentic boiling pot of diverse culture, tradition, and cuisines that span three continents.

A 3 days Athens tour is perfect for you. Explore the famous Acropolis of Athens and the temple of Zeus in this old, timeless city. Enjoy explosive Moussaka and other mouth-watering cuisines spanning three continents in Vari or take a leisurely swim in the tranquil Yabanaki beach.

Athens is a city full of history, culture, sun, and fun, perfect for any tourist excursion.


Athens, the heartbeat of the nation, has lots of fun stuff to do. Here are a few of them.

1. Take a tour

A walking tour of the Acropolis is the highlight of a trip to the city of Athens.

Explore the statue of Athena, visit the temple of Olympia, Cape Sounion, and the Parthenon. Explore the quaint street, meet the locals, and admire artifacts in the bazaars.

The ancient theatre of the Asklepieion at Epidaurus is another authentic historical site that you can't afford to miss.

2. Enjoy exotic cuisines

Greece has a mind-boggling array of palate tempting delectable cuisines available. 

Enjoy a platter of traditional crusty Pita dipped into authentic Greek Taramasalata, steamy tomato keftedes, or perfectly baked Moussaka in the many Athen restaurants serving traditional and international cuisines.

Visit Athens and take a glimpse of the past.


Athens, home to 3.1 million Hellenics, is a must-visit city due to its diverse culture, rich history, and friendly people. 

Visit the Acropolis, Ancient Agora, the Panathenaic stadium (the first Olympic site in the world), or collect souvenirs in the Monastiraki neighborhood. Enjoy gourmet meals, chat with locals or take a dive into the tranquil ocean waters.

Athens has got something for everyone.



Named after a half-sister of Alexander the Great, Thessaloniki, created in 315 BC, is a quaint, beautiful seaside city fronting the Aegean sea.

A 2-day visit to Thessaloniki, the second-largest Greek city, is excellent. The capital of Central Macedonia boasts a million people and is famous for its seaside shore, vibrant markets, great beaches, historical monuments, exciting food culture, and pulsing nightlife.

If Athens is a tourist Mecca, then Thessalonika is a tourist's Vatican.


Thessalonika is a mixing pot of the old Greek history and the new thriving commerce giving this bustling metropolis traces of both the old and new.

Thessaloniki is situated on the northwest corner of the Aegean sea. Take food tours in the local market, hike up the hills, eat at the Kanoula, and visit the white tower of Thessaloniki.

Here are some fun things to do in Thessaloniki.

1. Hiking

Thessaloniki is full of beautiful, meandering hiking trails that go through exciting places.

Enjoy nature by taking a scenic walk through breathtaking trails, savor pristine forests and taste the salty sea air. Hike your way through Naoussa, the wine capital, experience a virgin Balkan hike, or take a tour of the mythical Enipeas gorge.

Thessalonika is a hikers paradise and boasts of unique, enchanting hiking trails that wind their way into the historical times of the gods.

2. Take a Historical Tour

Thessalonika is a city steeped in ancient culture, folklore, and mythology since the times of Alexander the Great. Modernity has done nothing to wash away the remnants of history.

Visit Ano Poli, an Ottoman prison, stroll through the stunning seafront and tour great cathedrals like Agia Sofia, Agios Dimitrios, and the Ossios David.

Thessaloniki is full of beautiful historical monuments, breathtaking sights, and colorful mementos of time past; it's a town worth visiting.


Thessaloniki is a haven of exotic seafood, cultural sites, and breathtaking locations perfect for nature lovers. This seaside city fuses beach vibes and a historical aura.

Visit the historical white tower, and the old Ladadika district full of ancient buildings, quaint seaside resorts, and traditional music joints. Thessaloniki is full of great eating joints, historical sites, and natural scenes.

Visit Thessaloniki for a wholesome touring experience.



Mykonos evokes images of beach parties, fun, tanned bodies, jet skis, sun-kissed sands, and beach volleyball. This exciting beach city is the undisputed king of beach towns in Greece.

2 days in Mykonos is enough to immerse yourself in beach life. Mykonos, a city with 10 villages and over 20 beaches, is located in the Cyclades off the Aegean sea. Enjoy coastal cuisine, wine tours, water sports, the monastery of Paleokastritsa tours, and a walk through little Venice, an 18th-century seaside estate.

Mykonos, Greece’s de facto beach headquarters, is a must-visit for a dose of sun and fun.


There is no shortage of things to do in Mykonos.

Here are a few all-time favorite activities to do in Mykonos.

1. Hit the Beach

No trip to Mykonos is complete without a trip to the world-famous Mykonian beaches.

Mykonos city off the Aegean sea boasts over 30 beaches. Hit the famous Paradise, Super Paradise, Elia, and Ornos beaches. Take a Catamaran ride into the sunset with great food and wine aboard. Enjoy beach sports, build sandcastles and get a tan.

Mykonos’ beaches are stunning and enchanting. You can never go wrong with a choice of Mykonos for a beach excursion.

2. Day trips

Mykonos is full of day trip sites, especially in the sea. Take a guided tour by yacht and enjoy the turquoise waters of the Aegean sea.

Enjoy unique full-day trips with a yacht into the Aegean sea, visit the archaeological island of Delos, and swim in the island of Rhenia. Day trips include meals, drinks, and snorkeling gear.

Enjoy an exciting, tranquil sea excursion into the beautiful waters of the Aegean sea.


Mykonos, the jewel of the Aegean sea, is a famous tourist resort town full of beautiful beaches, exciting nightlife, and tasty food.

Mykonos boasts of serene, tranquil beaches, pulsing nightlife, rich history, and fascinating historical sites. Hit the beaches, take a catamaran ride, snorkel in the calm waters, and enjoy exciting water sports.

Mykonos beach city is a great place to unwind and enjoy the sun, sand, and fun.



Visit Nafplio is the most beautiful seaside port city in Greece. 

Named after the son of Poseidon, the Greek God of water, this city offers a treasure of sights and sounds enough to excite any tourist.

Take 2 days to immerse yourself in the culture of Nafplio, a seaside town in Peloponnese hugging the Argolic gulf. Visit the Palamadi castle, the great theatre of Epidaurus, and enjoy gourmet meals in Pidalio Mezedopoleio. Bike through the 7 villages of Nafplio and sail the sea.

Naflipo has been voted the best city by culture trip and is a famous lovers destination.


Nafplio is a seaside town that is both vibrant and quaint that offers different fun activities for you.

1. Day Trip

Nafplio is a beautiful city with many hidden treasures that you can discover on a day trip. Enjoy historical monuments, food tours, and the city’s sights and sounds.

Enjoy a day trip to Mycenae and Epidaurus, the ancient center of healing. Try the Nafplion food tour and walk the Nauplion promenade.

Enjoy Nafplio, the cutest Greek city.

2. Beach

Nafplion is a seaside town and has some of the best beaches. Relax and take a stroll on the seashore, swim in the calm waters, or take a boat ride into the sea.

Hit the Bleublanc beach, take a tribal kayak, and snorkel in Karathona beach. Sail the sea, paddleboard, and play beach volleyball on the pristine beaches of Nafplio.

Nafplio is a beautiful seaside that boasts pristine, beautiful beaches; hit the beach and have the time of your life.


Nafplio is a beautiful city surrounded by breathtaking historical sites, beautiful beaches, and a charming city center.

Stroll the city, enjoy bike rides to the beautiful surrounding hills. Visit the Nafplio museum, the war museum, and the Komboloi stadium. Partake to great food and wine not found anywhere else.

Nafplio, the first Greek capital, must feature in your tour because of all the goodies it has to offer.


A 10 day trip to Greece may cost an average of $260 to $1700. If you’re a backpacker, it could cost you around $540. A more luxury-oriented tourist would spend about $2560 to $2860.

It depends on your preferred accommodation, fun activities, types of meals, and mode of transport you use.

If you’re a budget traveler, sleeping in hostels, eating Greek fast food, using ferries, and other forms of public transport will ultimately cut down on your expenses.

Here is a breakdown of a shoestring budget for a 10-day trip to Greece.

Daily 10 days

Accommodation $ 15 - 45 $ 150 - 450

Transportation $ 0 - 50 $ 0 - 500

Drinks $ 0 - 20 $ 0 - 200

Food $ 11 - 55 $ 110 - 550

TOTAL $ 26 - 170 $ 260 - 1700

If you’re a backpacker seeking to explore the magical country of Greece, here is a 10 day budget for you.

Daily 10 days

Accommodation $ 12 $ 120

Food $ 18 $ 180

Drinks $ 12 $ 120

Activities $ 12 $ 120

TOTAL $ 54 $ 540

If you want to enjoy the finer things in Greece, here is a perfect budget for you.

Daily 10 days

Hotel $ 60 - 90 $ 600 - 900

Transportation $ 50 $ 500

Drinks $ 36 $ 360

Food $ 60 $ 600

Activities $ 50 $ 500

TOTAL $ 256 - 286 $ 2560 - 2860


Greece is a favorite tourist haven and knowing the best time to visit is the difference between having a blast or having a mediocre experience.

High season (June to August)

Mid-June to Mid September is the high tourist season, with thousands of tourists flocking Greece.

The summer season in Greece has high temperatures with hot, dry days and cooler nights.

During the high seasons, prices are high, beaches are full, the nightlife is bustling, and ferries are fully operational.

Low season (November to March)

This season is perfect for skiing and other mountain-related activities.

During low season prices and tourist numbers are low, perfect for budget tourists. 

Unfortunately, ferries, historical sites, and some resorts may be closed.

Shoulder season (April & May, September & October)

Late spring or early autumn is perfect for a greek tour. The weather is soft, the crowds are smaller, and the budget is friendlier.

But some sites may be closed, and ferry services will not be operating at full capacity.


Greece has hundreds of historical sites, beaches, lovely villages, and stunning cities.

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