Greece – Spring’s playground


By: Alli Baldwin

As you are about to embark on a semester in Europe, I am sure you are trying to decide what cities you most want to visit. It’s tricky. You don’t want to miss Prague, yet you are trying to squeeze in the Amalfi Coast and Munich. There is London, Paris, and Amsterdam, but you really can’t live in Europe for four months without seeing the Cliffs of Moher in Ireland. So many cities, it almost seems as if four months is not enough time! Two years ago, I faced a similar problem. I was having the hardest time figuring out where to go next, but there was one place that I knew I for sure did not want to miss: Greece.

Feta cheese, olive oil and Mama Mia are a few of the obvious reasons that I want to get to Greece this spring. Island hopping in the Adriatic Sea while downing some traditional ouzo is how I plan on spending March, and I am excited for you guys to join me.
Just 58 days remain until the first Bus2alps Greece trip for the spring. Florence is a wee bit chilly right now and relaxing on a boat in the sun sounds perfect. We had a blast last fall in Corfu, but I think this spring will be even better. We have a sweet island lineup starting at the Pink Palace in Corfu, hitting up the oldest city in Europe, Athens, and finally ending up on the gorgeous island of Santorini (Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants anyone?).

We have a long weekend trip over Easter weekend that hits up Corfu for 5 days, a Greece getaway for 7 days that is going to Corfu followed by Athens- which has my personal favorite walking tour in Europe, and an island hopping trip that adds the stunning island of Santorini for 10 days of bliss. At this point, missing out on Greece does not seem to be a logical option, and with so many trips- it will be easy enough to find one that works with your schedule.

Olive oil, beaches, and beautiful people, I want to swim across the Adriatic Sea right now. 58 days and several trips that will sell out, it only makes sense that you book your Greek vacation as soon as possible.

Join us in Greece here.

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