Voyages in Greece is an anthology of journeys through the country’s most emotive landscapes; we address to all those new and veteran travelers of Greece who wish to experience in depth the richness and diversity of the Greek culture from the days of antiquity to modern era.
Lead by our passion and intimate knowledge of the destinations, we craft each of these voyages as a unique, lifetime experience. The aim is to decipher some of the country’s best kept secrets by introducing places on and off the beaten track (like the province of Epirus) and present you the experts’ view on various aspects of our culture like archaeology, history, mythology, cult, music, literature, arts and crafts.
Our team, all highly qualified and experienced tourism professionals offering their services for more than 22 years, are always available to assist you during your stay and add a more personal touch to your journey. Our moto and philosophy? No generic itineraries, no compromises.
You can select among our multi day, half day or full day tours and customize them, if necessary, according to your needs.
Your wish is our command: it’s your interests, time available, special requirements, places you’ve always dreamed to visit, outdoor activities you love, it’s all these details that we’ll use as guidelines to plan your next Greek journey.
Whether you are in Athens for just 24h or wish to spend 15 days around Greece, plan your family holiday or your 50th anniversary, an alumni vacation or students’ spring break, no detail is overlooked; we do our best in order to get the most out of your every travel day whilst at the same time leaving enough leisure time for independent exploration or relaxation.
Select your next Greek experience among our published tours and contact us for further details about your bespoke Voyage.
Maria Synodinou meticulously plans all of the Voyages in Greece and leads many of them herself. Born and raised in Athens, she obtained a B.A in Archaeology from the University of Ioannina in 1993 then completed her post-graduate studies in Restoration of Ancient buildings and marble works of art at the Architecture department of NTUA. She participated in a number of archaeological excavations mostly of prehistoric sites in Epirus and W Peloponnese, while at the same time she worked as an Ancient Greek History and Modern Greek literature teacher. Since 1997 and after graduating the Athens School of Tour Guides in Athens, she entered the tourism sector as a freelance lecturer guide and a travel director. From 2002 to 2005 she also worked as a consultant at the "Child and Family Foundation" and participated in the organization of fundraising cultural events.
All these 21 years of experience as tourism professional gave her much insight into what visitors were looking for in a vacation. She discovered that for some of them the ordinary touristic product fell short of their expectations. To correct this "crime", she planned her first Voyages in Greece tour back in 2006 to introduce visitors to the true beauty of Greece and cultural aspects which are generally neglected. The experiment was more than successful. Since that day, many of our Voyages loyal travelers became good friends who came back to Greece several times, bringing along and introducing us to their friends and family, their colleagues and university alumni.
And this is how our story begins and the basic idea behind our Voyages in Greece: we wouldn’t take you anywhere we wouldn’t take our best friends. Come join us.
Since 1986 Caterina runs her family business that was originally founded in Athens back in the early ‘70s, with love and devotion.
She is our Voyages tour agent: not just because she always uses all her experience and credibility to book the best, handpicked accommodation, transportation services, wineries and restaurants for our Voyages travelers but also because many times during these past few years, she has a solution to every problem making possible the impossible! Is it because of her positive vibes or is she just making magic? No one has figured that out yet!
Bill McDonald, Professor of English emeritus, University of Redlands, Redlands California
Sarah Sapperstein, Chicago Symphony Orchestra
Nancy Carrick, Professor of English, University of Redlands, Redlands California