Price : 80€ per person
Half Day
Vergina Museum & Veria
Price from: 80€ per person


Τhis excursion combines an archaeological tour and a visit to a famous pilgrim/religious destination in Greece. In the morning you head towards Vergina or “Aegae “ as per its ancient name, the first capital of Ancient Macedonia. There you visit the Museum of the Royal Tombs, protected by Unesco. Seize the opportunity to get under the tumulus that covers impressive funerary monuments like the royal tomb of Philip II, father of Alexander the Great and houses extraordinary golden treasures dated back to 4th B.C.After the visit to the tomb, you continue the tour with our professional licenced guide in the New Museum of Aigai, a gate to the History of the Royal metropolis of Ancient Macedonia, which was recently inaugurated. There you are informed about the history, the culture and the daily life of Macedonians. More specifically, its exhibitions focusing on architecture, sculpture and grave goods house impressive and unique findings like ancient weapons, pottery and precious jewellery. Our last stop is Veria, a town well-known for its religious history as St.Paul preached there on his 2nd missionary journey. During your free time explore the interesting Byzantine and post-Byzantine churches, stroll around the old quarters among which, the Jewish one and of course taste the local sweet called Revani. After our last visiting point and the departure, you will be dropped off at your accommodation at the estimated time of arrival

Tip: Ask your guide for lunch recommendations in Veria!

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