Graduation Trip of a Lifetime

Hello and Welcome! This post graduation trip has been a dream of Ellen and I’s for many years, and we are finally making it happen! We will be traveling May 15th through June 18th, visiting 14 cities with a group and tour guide by our side. Here we will be immersing ourselves in various cultures and expanding our global competence. Ourselves as well as our immediate family has put EVERYTHING we have into this trip and would greatly appreciate any support you can give!!!!

We appreciate your love and support and are so excited to experience this once in a lifetime trip!


Below you will find our itinerary:

May 15, 2018
Travel Day

Board your overnight flight, bound for Spain, where food and nightlife (and Felipe VI) are king. Cafes and restaurants line the streets, which is good, because Spanish tapas are must-try. And then try again. You know, for quality-testing purposes.

May 16, 2018

Welcome to Madrid! Spain’s capital is famous for its world-class art museums, live music scene, and never-ending nightlife. It seems people never sleep here (except during siestas, because let’s face it, adults need naps, too). Madrid is a city that definitely knows how to have fun. Get ready—your life is about to get loco.  

Today's Highlights:Meet an EF representative at the airport.

Transfer to your accommodation and check in.

Receive the latest schedule from your Tour Director.

Meet your fellow travelers as they arrive

In the evening, it’s time for our Welcome Mixer. Enjoy appetizers and drinks with fellow travelers at an authentic local spot. Afterwards, take the party elsewhere.

May 17, 2018

Today you'll see all the best Madrid has to offer with a local guide on a tour of the city. With a population of over 3 million people, Madrid is Spain’s biggest city (almost double that of Barcelona). One thing you’ll notice walking around, is that Madrileños love soccer. (Whatever you do, don’t mention Messi, Barcelona’s star player.) After continuing not to mention Messi, take the rest of the day to explore on your own.  

Today's Highlights:Meet your local guide and experience the city's highlights by bus and foot.

Visit Madrid's Royal Palace for a guided tour of this elaborate, 9th-century building featuring over 2,000 rooms and plenty of stuff you can't touch.

Stop at Puerta del Sol, the epicenter of the city, where stores and cafes are by the dozen, and people dressed up as Spider Man want you to take their picture.

Head into the Plaza Mayor, the Renaissance hub that witnessed everything from bullfights to weddings to public executions.

Go out on your own, and walk through Parque del Buen Retiro, Madrid's biggest park, and keep a lookout for the trees that look like broccoli (you'll know it when you see it).

May 18, 2018

Grab a café con leche, and head to the train station. You’re going to Barcelona, a city of endless parties, wacky architecture, and premium beaches (which also happen to be where the clubs are). So throw on your walking shoes, your party pants, and any shirt you’d like. Barcelona is the fiesta that keeps on fiesta…ing.  

Today's Highlights:Cross traveling on a high-speed Spanish train off your list as you go from Madrid to Barcelona in less than three hours, at speeds of almost 200 mph.

Take an introductory walk of Barcelona with your Tour Director. (Stopping for tapas is not required, but highly encouraged.)

Stroll Las Ramblas, the main pedestrian thoroughfare lined with bars, cafes, shops and street performers (some more impressive than others).

Stop in Plaça de Catalunya, the city center where old meets new, and pigeons fly next to you, above you, and maybe even through your legs.

May 19, 2018

Experience Barcelona’s unique architecture and atmosphere with a local guide as you wander the city’s enchanting streets. This historic city is home to nine UNESCO World Heritage Sites, seven of which were built by Gaudi (he’s kind of a big deal around here). Take in the impressive sites, and understand why Barcelona is the only city to receive a Royal Gold Medal for architecture—the buildings are basically art.  

Today's Highlights:Explore the Gothic Quarter with your guide. Don't forget your black eyeliner (cue crickets).

Visit one of Antoni Gaudí’s greatest works of modernist art, Parque Güell. This colorful park is adorned with tilework, dreamlike structures and not a straight line anywhere.

See the 1992 Olympic Park which lines the Mediterranean Sea.

Check out the unfinished Sagrada Familia cathedral, where construction started over 100 years ago by Gaudí

May 20, 2018

The day is yours to experience Barcelona as you please. Whether that means exploring a new neighborhood, lounging on a beach, or kicking back with some tapas and a pitcher of sangria, you really can’t go wrong. Feeling adventurous? Join the Stand Up Paddle Board & Beach day excursion in Sitges.  

Today's Highlights:Use your free day to explore more of the city with your fellow travelers.

Enjoy a free day to kick back, relax with a pitcher of sangria, and enjoy the beautiful weather.

Get your paddle on during an optional paddle boarding lesson.

May 21, 2018

Bonjour! Welcome to Paris. Visit grand palaces, royal chateau’s, and famous museums by day, and then stroll through the romantically-lit city by night. After trying to read Mona Lisa’s expression and drooling over jaw-dropping sites, you’ll definitely have all the feels for the City of Love. (Cue romantic French café music).  

Today's Highlights:Say adios to Barcelona and board a short flight to Paris.

Take a quick walk of the area with your Tour Director and your new BFF’s, AKA, your group.

Hop on an evening Seine cruise and float past Notre Dame Cathedral. (Keep a lookout for the Hunchback.)

Stand in awe in front of the Eiffel Tower as the lights sparkle against the night. Pro tip: this happens every hour on the hour.

May 22, 2018

Explore the city of love, light, and haute couture with a local guide. If you come across a Statue of Liberty, don’t be alarmed—the champagne hasn’t gone to your head, Paris is actually home to multiple replicas, one of which faces her sister from another mister that stands in New York. Then, get into a royal state of mind on an optional excursion to Versailles, and ask the Hall of Mirrors who is the fairest of them all (it’s you, duh).

Today's Highlights:Get the inside scoop on Parisian culture and try to understand why this high-end, fashion forward city likes to snack on snails.

Make the city your runway as you strut down a couple of the 6,100 streets, and hit up some well-known areas like Bastille, Montmarte, and Parc de Belleville.

Stand in awe of the Arc de Triomphe, which stands in honor of those who fought in the French Revolution.

Work your angles, and snap an obligatory picture with your finger atop the Louvre’s pyramid point.

Free Time Suggestions

Fall in Louvre: Paris is home to some of the world’s most incredible art collections. Admire the Venus de Milo at the Louvre or check out modern art and the insides of a clock tower at Musee d’Orsay.

C'est Magnifique!: Head to Montmartre, a neighborhood filled with street art, incredible views overlooking the city, and the famous Sacré Cœur Cathedral. Home to, and inspiration for artists like Picasso, van Gogh, Matisse, Dali, and Monet, this is the perfect place to take a stroll and admire a more authentic side of Paris.

May 23, 2018
Enjoy a free day in Paris

Enjoy a full day exploring Paris on your own (cue happy dance). Wander through art museums, try new foods like coq au vin (AKA chicken), or grab a baguette and a bottle of wine for a picnic at the Champ de Mars. Oh, Paris. How we love you.

Today's Highlights:Relax on an open terrace, espresso in one hand and a croissant in the other. Yeah, this is the life.

Stand in awe among famous sites like Palais-Royal Gardens and Musee Rodin, and then realize your mouth’s been open for the last 15 minutes.

Visit Emmanuel, one of the ten massive bells hanging inside Notre Dame Cathedral.

Shop along the rue Saint-Honoré and feel like one of the world’s rich and famous, who you should keep an eye out for in this area, by the way.

DAY 10
May 24, 2018

You’re headed to London! Home of the band Queen (and you know, the actual Queen). Visit grand palaces, famous parks, and local hotspots of the Royal Family, George Orwell, Dylan Thomas, Jimi Hendricks, Charles Dickens, and many more.  

Today's Highlights:Board your train, bound for London.

Wave hello to Big Ben, the bell inside the clock tower.

Go to Westminster Abbey, where William and Kate, and decades of royals have been wed.

Experience a royal ritual during the Changing of the Guards.

Enjoy the rest of the evening free.

DAY 11
May 25, 2018

Take the day to explore. Walk through some of the many royal gardens, shop on Oxford Street, go for high tea, or explore the city by foot. At 607 square miles, the city is an easy place to get your 10,000 steps in. Want the inside scoop? Join the group on a behind-the-scenes tour of London.

Today's Highlights:Walk the cobblestone streets of London.

Explore Piccadilly Circus. You won’t find clowns and trapeze artists here. Just shopping and all the entertainment your heart desires.

Sip on a cup of English Breakfast at high tea—don’t forget, pinky’s up!

Feel like a VIP during an optional walking tour of the cities best hidden gems. 

DAY 12
May 26, 2018

The world is your Oyster Card! Your metro pass is included, so enjoy one last day exploring every corner of London (not literally, because the city borders aren’t square, but you get it). Hope you got your fill of high-tea, red busses, and weirdly named streets, because it’s already time to head to your next destination: Amsterdam. Bloody hell! Time flies.

Today's Highlights:Cross off any last-minute bucket-list items during your last few hours in London.

Get all the fake British accent out of your system, you’re headed to Amsterdam.

Transfer to the Netherlands on an overnight ferry ride.

Dream of stroopwafels and wooden shoes, you’re about to wake up in Amsterdam.

DAY 13
May 27, 2018

Welcome to Amsterdam! There’s so much to love, from the canals to Van Gogh to the legendary, laid-back attitude. Home of the famous Red Light District and a city that consists of more bikes than people, Amsterdam is one-of-a-kind. Seriously, how many cities do you know of with floating houses and hot waffles with caramel served anytime of the day. Today, you’ll experience the unique character of this city, guided by a local expert.

Today's Highlights:Arrive in Amsterdam and check in to your accommodation.

Meet your local guide for an in-depth tour of the city, and walk along a few of Amsterdam’s 165 canals.

Stroll through the Jordaan Neighborhood. Nestled in central Amsterdam, this upscale area is filled with art galleries, patio restaurants, cafes, and music. Yeah, sounds pretty great.

Tour Nieuwmarkt, a lively city square, market, and nightlife hotspot. Talk about a triple-threat.

Stop in the Red Light District, an area that has been around since the 14th century consisting of a network of alleyways. Here, you’ll see everything from sex shops, to theatres, to museums, to coffee shops. Der Wallen is the largest and most well-known red-light district in Amsterdam, and a popular tourist destination.

DAY 14
May 28, 2018

By now, you’ve probably realized Amsterdam is not your average city. It’s a multicultural, waffle-filled, coffee-loving place, home to some really friendly people. Spend the day exploring on your own and get a feel for the city’s history and culture. Kick back at a canal-side restaurant, wander across a couple dozen bridges, or, if you’re brave, try the famous Hollandse Nieuwe (which is essentially pickled fish).

Today's Highlights:Make your way to Dam Square, the central public square of Amsterdam, and enjoy the happy, laid-back local attitude. We’re sure the coffee shops have nothing to do with that...

Meet your local guide for an in-depth tour of the city, and walk along a few of Amsterdam’s 165 canals.

Take a step back from the hustle and bustle of the streets and canals to lounge in Museumplein, an urban green space located near some notable museums.

See how Amsterdam does nightlife with a visit to Leidseplein Square, an energetic area filled with bars, restaurants, and street performers.

DAY 15
May 29, 2018

Next stop: Berlin! If this city were on a dating app (and there were such things as dating apps for cities), we would definitely swipe right. Nine times bigger than Paris, more bridges than Venice, nearly 200 museums, and nine castles within city limits, Berlin is quite possibly one of the most interesting cities you’ll ever meet. Plus, it’s got a hip, cutting-edge art scene that you can nod to and pretend to understand. Today's Highlights:Board your train from Amsterdam and practice saying "ein bier bitte."

Arrive in Berlin and get to know the area with your Tour Director.

Visit Hackescher Markt, a huge marketplace of unique shops, courtyards and nightlife in Berlin. Drop a pin, because this is a place worth revisiting.

Stop by the most visited art museum in all of Germany, the Pergamon (not to be confused with Pokémon).

DAY 16
May 30, 2018

Explore Berlin’s most iconic sites with a local guide, by way of bus and your own two feet. This is a city steeped in history, art, and lots of local beer (Berlin White is a must try) with a culture as diverse as its citizens. Oh, and a crazy good food and nightlife scene. Yeah, we wish we were as cool as Berlin, too.

Today's Highlights:Walk Kurfürstendamm, the main boulevard, lined with high-end shops, bars, and theaters.

Pay homage to the 6 million Jewish people who lost their lives during the Holocaust at the German Holocaust Memorial./li>

See what remains of the Berlin Wall, which once divided East and West Germany.

Visit the Rathaus Schöneberg town hall, where John F. Kennedy made his inspiring, “Ich bin ein Berliner” speech in 1963. (In some translations: I am a jelly donut).

Stand beneath Brandenburg Gate, which used to represent segregation between the East and West, but has since turned into a symbol of unity after the fall of Communism.

DAY 17
May 31, 2018

Up next: En route to the Czech Republic, stop in Dresden, a city devastated by bombings in WWII. Today, the city is back in action with restaurants, pubs, cafés, and lots of cool architecture. You'll have time for lunch and a bit of exploration before making your way to Prague where you’ll do as the Czechs do—drink. (The country is the #1 beer-consuming nation in the world.)

Today's Highlights:Board your morning coach, bound for the Czech Republic.

Stop for lunch in Dresden, a city completely destroyed in WWII bombings and rebuilt to its current state.

Arrive in the storybook city of Prague and settle into your new accommodations.

Get to know the area with your Tour Director and cross some famous sites off your bucket list, including the Charles Bridge and an astronomical clock that’s been around since 1410.

DAY 18
June 1, 2018

Today it’s time to hit the cobblestone during a walking tour of Prague with your local guide. Get your royalty on exploring the Prague Castle, sing John Lennon songs on repeat, and wind your way through the narrow and enchanting city streets. Then, join the group for a traditional Bohemian feast (yes, that includes plenty of beer).  

Today's Highlights:Czech out Central Europe’s largest castle, where you'll see architecture spanning from Gothic to Baroque.

Learn about Prague's fascinating history, from centuries-old tales to World War II and the Velvet Revolution.

Have the afternoon and evening to wander the charming city, or join the group for the festivities.

DAY 19
June 2, 2018

From fairytale castles to sausage for breakfast to one of the largest city parks in the world, Munich has something for everyone. Take an in-depth-tour of the city and acquaint yourself with your new stomping grounds. Not just an awesome movie starring Eric Bana, Munich is Germany’s third biggest city and a major center of art, culture and innovation.

Today's Highlights:Walk through Munich and check out some top sights with a local guide.

Wander through Marienplatz, Munich’s central square and transportation hub.

Enjoy a pint (or three) at Viktualienmarkt, an extensive farmer’s market and beer garden.

DAY 20
June 3, 2018

Pull out your lederhosen and get ready to experience Munich. The city is yours to explore, and the pretzels are yours to devour. Join the excursion to Dachau, a World War II Nazi concentration camp with a somber story, and dive deep into the country’s history.

Today's Highlights:Stop at the Rathaus-Glockenspiel, which tells two stories from 16th-century Germany atop a giant cuckoo clock.

Gawk at the Frauenkirche (not to be confused with Frankenstein), a gothic-style church and one of Munich’s most identifiable landmarks.

Enter the heart of the city wandering Marienplatz, Munich’s iconic central square.

Prost! Check out the original Hofbräuhaus, the acclaimed beer house whose recipe has remained unchanged for 500 years

DAY 21
June 4, 2018

All aboard for a scenic bus ride through the European countryside! Watch as rolling hills give way to majestic, snow-capped Alps. You're headed to Switzerland. On the way, stop at Neuschwanstein Castle (AKA Sleeping Beauty’s Castle).  

Today's Highlights:Jump on a bus to Switzerland.

Tour Neuschwanstein Castle with a guide and learn about the weird kings that occupied it.

Find Mary’s Bridge (follow the waterfall sounds) for the most Instagrammable pictures of the castle.

Grab lunch, breathe in the fresh German countryside air, and pretend this castle is yours (everything’s for sale, right?).

Free Time Suggestions

Louis Bar: Ride a funicular to the lobby of this “art deco” hotel, classier than Sir Ian McKellen sipping fine bourbon whilst reading leather-bound literature.

Alpetizers: Try some hearty Swiss dishes, like rösti (potato cake), chügelipastete (veal with creamy mushroom sauce served in puff pastry), or weiner schnitzel (fried veal or pork; fun to say).

DAY 22
June 5, 2018

Today you’ll experience why people are flocking to Switzerland (and it’s not just for the chocolate and cheese). Walk the streets of historic Lucerne, and marvel at the snowy Swiss Alps in the distance.  

Today's Highlights:Walk the narrow streets and take in the incredible mountain scenery with your Tour Director.

See the one-of-a-kind Löwendenkmal, a surprisingly impressive and massive rock carving of a dying lion, carved to commemorate the Swiss Guards who were killed during the French Revolution.

Wander the maze-like, cobblestone streets of Old Town Lucerne.

DAY 23
June 6, 2018

Welcome to the Venice Region, the renowned former naval power of Italy. Grab your walking shoes, a good map (like a really good map) and hit the narrow, winding, organized, yet maddeningly confusing streets. The one-of-a-kind canals have to be seen to be appreciated. Watch the gondolas, browse the shops, and eat gelato until you can't eat anymore.

Today's Highlights:Trade in the Alps for some canals, but first, make a pit stop along Lake Como, one of the biggest, bluest, best-loved lakes in Italy.

Snap some scenic pics of Lake Como to kick off Italy’s debut on your Instagram.

Arrive in the Venice Region and prepare to get your gondola on, because canoes are so last season.

Explore the area with your Tour Director, and familiarize yourself with the whereabouts of some important spots. And yes, the nearest wine shop counts as an important spot.

DAY 24
June 7, 2018

Get ready to see Venice through the eyes of a local Italian. Your guide will show you canals, an extraordinary basilica, and a staircase shaped like a snail. It’s only your second day in Italy, so you definitely haven’t had enough pasta yet. Eat more pasta.   

Today's Highlights:Travel from mainland Venice to the island, catching sight of St. Mark's Basilica, plenty of gondolas, and the spectacular Venetian skyline.

See several historic churches and lose yourself in the narrow streets of Venice.

Follow the winding Grand Canal through the heart of Venice.

Play Marco polo from across the Rialto Bridge, the oldest bridge in the city that connects San Marco and San Polo.

DAY 25
June 8, 2018

Board your private coach; you’re heading to Tuscany, the romantic hillside of Italy. Is that love in the air? Or just the smell of artisanal wines and cheeses? Either way, get excited. Stop in Bologna for lunch (and the chance to check off another city), before continuing on to Tuscany. Practice saying “Che bello!” because beautiful describes this place to a tee.

Today's Highlights:Kiss the canals goodbye (but not really…that would be weird and not very hygienic) and head to Tuscany.

Stop for lunch in the Northern Italian city of Bologna. Pro tip: do NOT pronounce it like the lunch meat. Just don’t.

Arrive in Tuscany, and check in to your accommodation.

Take a brief walk of the area with your Tour Director and fall in love with the Tuscan way of life. Feel free to pinch yourself, but no, you’re not dreaming.

DAY 26
June 9, 2018

You’ve got a day in Florence, the compact capital of the Tuscany region known for its famous Renaissance artwork. Throw on some comfortable shoes and join a local guide for a walking tour of the city. By the end of it, you’ll be looking up how to live in Italy forever.

Today's Highlights:Cross the Ponte Vecchio, the oldest bridge in Florence, home to many of Florence’s jewelers and art merchants. Ready to get some bling?

Stroll the Piazza della Signoria, home to the Uffizi Gallery and that famous naked guy (also known as Michelangelo’s David).

Stroll the Piazza della Signoria, home to the Uffizi Gallery and Michelangelo’s David

Visit the Duomo Cathedral. Return during your free time and challenge yourself to climb the 463 steps to the top for stunning views of the city.

DAY 27
June 10, 2018

Enjoy a full free day in Florence, or take an excursion to the Italian Riviera & Cinque Terre. Or flip a coin and let the coin decide what you do.

Today's Highlights:Get in touch with your artsy side during your free day at the Uffizi museum. The Medici Family’s art collection makes up one of the best art museums in the world.

Go out on your own to stop and smell the flowers in the Boboli gardens. Keep an eye out for 16th century sculptures (you can stop and smell those, too, but it might attract strange looks).

Snap the perfect picture of Florence’s skyline after hiking up to San Miniato al Monte. Then reward yourself with some gelato.

Shop till you drop; the area between Ponte Vecchio and the Duomo is our favorite.

DAY 28
June 11, 2018

Travel to Rome via Orvieto. Goodbye, Tuscan countryside. Hello, Rome, Italy’s capital city that is bursting at the seams with energy. Locals fill the streets, day and night, usually doing something that involves eating or drinking. And how can you blame them when pasta, pizza, gelato, coffee, and wine are everywhere you look? Rome is all big city/ancient ruins, served with a side of spaghetti.

Today's Highlights:Board your private coach, bound for Rome.

Stop in Orvieto, a quaint Italian hill town that’s as fun to visit as it is to say in an Italian accent.

Marvel at the artistry of the facade of Orvieto’s stunning cathedral, built in 1290 (no, that’s not a typo—it’s really that old.

Arrive in Rome, surrounded by art, ruins, and 2.9 million people

Take a tour of the surrounding area with your Tour Director, stopping by some famous attractions, and more than few gelato shops./li>

DAY 29
June 12, 2018

Skip the line and go back in time with tours of the Colosseum and Roman Forum. Then, if you choose, complete your transformation to becoming a full Italian as you learn how to make authentic pasta by hand.

Today's Highlights:Tour the city with a local guide who will show you why Rome is one of the most legendary cities in Europe.

Experience the heart of ancient Rome with a visit to the Forum, once a hub of activity for the city.

Stand in the Colosseum, where gladiators battled to the death in mortal combat, and be glad you live in the 21st century.

See the ruins of several Roman temples, including the Temple of the Vestal Virgins.

Rub your belly in anticipation for the optional pasta-making class.

DAY 30
June 13, 2018

Stroll Vatican City, home of the Pope and headquarters of the Roman Catholic Church. Prepare for crowds, but for good reason. This is an opportunity to visit the smallest country in the world, plus catch a glimpse of the most interesting ceiling you’ve ever seen. (The floors are fine too, but it’s really the ceiling’s time to shine).

Today's Highlights:Get an in-depth look into Papal history and politics with an expert guide.

Cross another country of your list (Vatican City is an independent nation).

Look up (like, straight up) at the frescos of the Sistine Chapel, Michelangelo’s greatest work.

Visit the Vatican Museum, one of the largest, most renowned art exhibits in the world.

DAY 31
June 14, 2018

Welcome to Athens! This city is at least 5000 years old, but hardly looks a day over 25 (when you look past the historic structures and ancient statues). What we’re trying to say is, Athens is a beautiful city filled with art, literature, history, and about a million Instagram-worthy spots.

Today's Highlights:Board your early flight to Athens.

Arrive and check in to accommodation

Wander The Acropolis of Athens with a local guide, home to the remains of many important structure, including the Parthenon and the Temple of Athena Nike (Yeah, it’s kind of a big deal).

Take in incredible panoramic views of Athens from the citadel’s hilltop vantage point. 

DAY 32
June 15, 2018

Bid farewell to the mainland and set sail for Paros, nestled in the heart of the Cyclades Islands. With over 75 miles of golden sand beaches, it’s easy to see why Paros is a first-draft pick of the Greek Islands. This is where the locals go vacation, so you know it’s legit.

Today's Highlights:Travel by boat from Athens to Paros, and set your clocks to island time.

Arrive in Paros and check in to your accommodation.

Locate the nearest beach (hint: they you are surrounded by them) and wiggle your toes in the white sand.

Enjoy live music at a local beach club with your fellow travelers, and dance to the motion of the ocean.

DAY 33
June 16, 2018

Good news, you still have a full day left in Paros! Spend some time exploring the island, or recharge and relax under the blue skies on one of the island’s best beaches. Bring a bottle of wine, a book, and your personal playlist. And, not to sound like a mom, but don’t forget the sunscreen (you’ll thank us later).

Today's Highlights:Wander some of the island’s traditional villages, and feel like you’ve stepped back in time. Spend the day amongst quaint shops, olive trees, and endless ocean views.

Hike along Paros’ “strátes.” These trails, once used by farmers to transport their goods, now serve as an active way to get a whole new point of view on the island (literally).

Soak up the sun on the most pristine beaches you can imagine. Seriously, we dare you to think of a place more beautiful. (Spoiler: You can’t.)

Turn your attention to ancient history visiting the island’s historic churches and building that have been around for centuries.

DAY 34
June 17, 2018

Athens felt neglected, so it’s a good thing you’re heading back to pay it another visit. End the trip with a bang in a city known for stunning views and world-class nightlife. By now, you’re an old pro when it comes to exploring foreign cities, so we’re giving you the day to adventure in Athens on your own before an included farewell dinner with the group.

Today's Highlights:Take a ferry from Paros to Athens, and greet the ancient city like a really, really old friend.

Revisit some favorite spots from your tour, or go on a hunt to find new hidden gems.

Check out some of the residential areas for an authentic look at life in Athens.

Enjoy one last group dinner, and raise a glass to an epic trip.

Share some last laughs (and maybe shed a few tears) at an included farewell dinner with the group.

DAY 35
June 18, 2018

Antio, filoi!

Translation: Goodbye, friends. Your next destination awaits—home. Before you head to the airport, enjoy your last few moments together. Take one more group photo. Grab that final drink. (Fine, maybe a couple of drinks.) But this isn’t goodbye. It’s “See you later.” The only question is, where?


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