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Yes, you can. We realise things don’t always go to plan, so we’re here to help if you have to make changes to your Athens holiday package. It may be possible to cancel or amend your itinerary at no cost if you’ve booked in the last 24 hours. Your hotel, airline or car rental company may impose a fee if you booked more than 24 hours ago. Have a look at our Customer Service Portal for further information. Also, check your itinerary for the nitty-gritty on change fees.
Athens City Centre is an excellent base for your Athens getaway. Secure a room in a nice hotel and spend your time checking out highly regarded attractions such as Parthenon and Ancient Agora of Athens. Thissio is another good option. Spend your evenings here and Ancient Agora of Athens and Monastiraki Flea Market will be within easy reach of your hotel.
If your definition of “best” means when you’ll land the best deals, pack your suitcase and head for Athens in December. In contrast, June is the most expensive month to take a break here. Peak season falls in July, June, August and is a thrilling time to visit — if you don’t mind rubbing elbows with the crowds. February, December, November is generally a much quieter time of year.
While not all airlines advertise tickets early, you can usually compare international airfares on Expedia up to a year in advance. This is when you can nab some incredible bargains. If you’ve left everything to the last minute, you might still be in luck. Low prices occasionally appear just weeks prior to departure.
You’ll pick up big savings when you bundle your flights, hotels and rental cars into a travel package. Plus, booking everything together will make your trip planning easier. So why waste your money or time? Whether you’re organising a luxury city stay with your love or a budget family adventure, take a look at our holiday packages today.