The season of citybreaks, the best time of the year for its colors but also for a first dip in the sea, is at hand. Discover our offers for summer 2014, designed for short weekends,ideal for recharging your batteries, but also for longer breaks, which are perfect for all deep travelers, whose philosophy of travel is to gain knowledge and live like alocal.
Pack your bags right away and choose one of our flights to Greece to visit Heraklion, Mykonos, Rhodes, Athens and Thessaloniki.


One of the most popular and fashionable places to spend the summer is Heraklion, the former Venetian Candia, the capital of Crete, the largest of the Greek islands, which attracts thousands of tourists each year.
Strolling through the city streets, you can admire the beauty of the landscape, renowned for its heavenly beaches and crystal-clear sea, combined with the charm of its history, with interesting architectural remains that tell of a glorious past and reveal fascinating myths such as that of the flight of Icarus, the son of Daedalus, inextricably linked to the legend of the labyrinth of Knossos, where King Minos locked up the Minotaur, which was defeated by the Attic hero Theseus, with the help of Ariadne. If you are curious, just 5 km from Heraklion you can mix culture and mythology with a visit to the Palace of Knossos, the ruins of which were discovered by the British archaeologist Sir Arthur Evans.  


Those who choose Rhodes, the largest of the Dodecanese Islands, know that they are going to a place where the sun shines practically the whole year round. Known in ancient times as the Island of Helios, born from the love of the sun god Helios for the nymph daughter of Poseidon and Aphrodite, the island is one of Greece's most popular destinations. Historically, Rhodes' fame is linked to the renowned Colossus, one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, built, according to commentators of the period, by the people of Rhodes in honor of the Sun God, as a sign of gratitude for having protected them from invasion by the Greeks.


The home of philosophers, scholars and artists of every kind and from every era, Athens, the capital of Greece, is ready to welcome tourists from all corners of the earth. Hat, sun cream, comfortable shoes and a stock of water are vital for a visit to the Acropolis, a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1987, which dominates the city and reveals the charm of a thousand-year-old culture. Beneath the Acropolis, to fully immerse yourself in the essence of the city, take a walk in the Plaka, the most ancient and famous district of Athens, where you can listen to the bouzouki, dance the sirtaki and have a good glass of ouzo, the typical Greek drink, accompanied by a tasty pita gyros, for lovers of street foodor mezedes, the traditional and extremely tasty local snacks, for those who do not wish to give up their aperitif.


For a trip with anunderstated flavor, choose to fly to Thessaloniki. One of Greece's major economic centers, this city is also a testimony to the past eras and peoples that gave it life.
From a gastronomic point of view, Thessaloniki is a feast of delights. Let yourself be tempted by the scents and flavors of Greek cuisine and spend pleasant evenings in the crowded bars and restaurants along the seafront. Here you can enjoy acocktail, perfect before a delicious dinner of typical dishes washed down with the aromatic retsina wine.


On the most daring Greek island of the Cyclades, swimwear, suntan oil and sunglasses are de rigueur for those who wish to enjoy the wonderful sea and stunning beaches, to the constant beat of the best musical hitsto dance to. The latest and most famous DJ mix sets, the sparklingall-night beach parties and aperitifs at dusk in Little Venice are the soul of the summer on Mykonos, a young'n'easydestination that receives countless visitors each year. 
The best way to discover the wonders of Mykonos is to get lost among the bays and creeks, wander through the winding alleys and relax in the sun until sunset. 
After working on your tan, you can treat yourself to a drinkwith aview over the Aegean, before one of the manyparties, which, from afternoon to dawn the next day, make up the summer nightlifeon Mykonos.   


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