This is a detailed 17 day Turkey and Greece itinerary I did for my trip in October 2015 with my parents. This summary includes the cost of accommodation, transport details of our trip excluding food for our people. I have wrote separate guides for all the cities we traveled to except for some.
It is hard to argue that Santorini and Athens are one of the two most famous places in Greece. Millions of tourists flock into this crescent-shaped volcanic island in the Cyclades each year to experience its sensational sunset, gorgeous beaches and local charms. There are many towns and villages in Santorini with its own uniqueness. Tourists will often wonder where is the best place to stay in Santorini?
Greek cuisine is essentially Mediterranean cuisine which is known to be one of the healthiest diet in the world! Food in Santorini is no different. Their meals have in abundance of olive oil, herbs, lemon juice, vegetables, fish, wines and various meats. In this article I will recommend some food in Santorini that can’t be missed!
In October 2015 we took Qantas flight QF8425 in conjunction with Emirates from Perth to Istanbul on Boeing 777. The first part of the journey from Perth to Dubai took 10 hours 55 minutes. This was my first time changing my meal to “Emirates Low Fat & Low Cholesterol” option.
After starting our trip from Istanbul, we have finally made our way into the Greek capital- Athens! In a way Athens is the birthplace of Classical Greece, therefore of Western civilization, as well as where democracy started. With only 3 days in Athens, I came up with tips on how to travel Athens on a budget.