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Unique Greek Tours Offers Tailor-Made Excursions to Suit Your Needs 

January 20, 2020

ARGOS, Greece – Unique Greek Tours Managing Director and Owner Vangelis Zouzias spoke with The National Herald about the company and the wonderful, personalized options it makes available.

The love and passion for the beautiful Peloponnese region, as well as the deep knowledge of every part of the area, makes Unique Greek Tours the perfect guide for travelers looking to experience the region through private tours.
The company’s goal is to help visitors discover the Peloponnese through excursions tailor-made to suit their needs, including adventure, culture, gastronomy, nature, and wellness. Through Unique Greek Tours, visitors can experience the Peloponnese in a familiar way, like going for a walk with an old friend born and raised in the area.
The team is made up of many people, from professional drivers to tour guides who love and know the region – nature, sports and action lovers, as well as lovers of Greek culture.

With many exciting tours to choose from, visitors will enjoy the beauty and richness of the Peloponnese through the eyes of a local. Each destination is carefully chosen for its unique history, traditions, and everyday life. Visitors sample the real Greek life and experiences through the tailor-made tours, and Unique Greek Tours invites clients to share their interests and preferences with them in order to truly experience the Peloponnese in their own personal way.

Whether it is intense and adventurous travel or a slower paced tranquil experience, Unique Greek Tours are full of culture and natural beauty, and will undoubtedly make any visit to the Peloponnese, and Greece in general, unforgettable.

TNH: What are some of the most popular tours available?

Vangelis Zouzias: Mycenae – Epidavros from Nafplion, the City Tour of Nafplion, the City and Gastronomy Tour of Athens, Nemea Wine Tasting, Hiking Arcadia, and Food Tour and Sailing Nafplion.

TNH: What are the advantages of booking a private tour?

VZ: A private tour offers relaxation, VIP service, personal treatment and the opportunity to adjust the pace and tour visits according to preferences.

TNH: What can participants look forward to when they book a gastronomy tour, for example, or a cycling tour?

VZ: Medieval castles, beautiful villages that have stopped in time, lively cities, lazy beaches shimmering in the sun, snow-capped peaks, clear rivers crossing enchanted forests.

Our tours offer adventure, uniqueness and communion with our land and traditions.

TNH: How far in advance should those interested book their tour?

VZ: The sooner they book their tour, the better availability they get on the dates that interest them. But anytime they decide to book a tour with us we are ready to serve them.

TNH: Are there discounts available for booking early or for booking multiple tours or for repeat customers?

VZ: There can be discounts for repeated customers or multiple tour bookings. Everything is negotiable.

TNH: What is the best time of year for tours or are they available all year round?

VZ: The tours are available all year round. The best time of the year though, especially for specific tours, is from spring to autumn.

www.uniquegreektours.com

 

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