23178
Greece

Winter in Greece: The Charming Port City of Nafplion

Close your history books and dive right in the beauty of Greece in the picturesque port city of Nafplion, as you explore ancient architecture and culture during the mild winter months.
Rating (5)
Program No. 23178RJ
Length
8 days
Starts at
2,099
Flights start at
825

At a Glance

Once home to royalty, it’s easy to tell why the seaside town of Nafplion is fit for a king. Nestled in the shadow of the towering Palamidi fortress, Nafplion exudes classic romance from its elegant Venetian mansions to its verdant vineyards. Take in its unparalleled beauty, then begin to understand Nafplion on a deeper level as local experts take you on an archaeological exploration through nearby historic sites and ancient temples. Discover neoclassical architecture and Greek mythology as you experience all this colorful coastal town has to offer when the tourists have gone home and the weather is mild.

For an easy travel experience...

We offer extra hotel nights before or after this program.

Lodging in Athens

Book your airfare through Road Scholar and we’ll give you two free hotel nights in Athens before your program to delve deeper into its cultural treasures without all of the crowds.
Activity Level
Keep the Pace
Small Group
Small Group
Love to learn and explore in a small-group setting? These adventures offer small, personal experiences with groups of 10 to 24 participants.

Best of all, you'll ...

  • Explore Delphi, one of the most revered landmarks in all of Greece, as you receive insider expertise and little-known history from a top-notch instructor.
  • Learn the story behind the early Olympic Games as you discover Ancient Olympia and the ruins of the gymnasium where the first athletes trained.
  • Get a taste of the local culture at a local vineyard that produces world-renown Nemean wine as you learn how wine is cultivated and produced.

General Notes

Give us a call to combine this learning adventure with select dates of "Winter in Greece: The Magical Island of Crete" (#22935) for even more learning in Southern Europe! We’ll even transfer you for free between locations.





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