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Read what other Viator travelers think about the Hydra, Poros and Egina Day Cruise from Athens. What they loved, what they liked and what they think could be improved, it's all here to help you make the most of your next shore trip.
Reviewed by Jay W. , November 2012
I highly recommend this day cruise. We had a family of five, and this was the perfect way to see the three islands and experience more of Greece than just Athens. Great staff, great service, good food, very well organized. Pick up and drop off at hotel made the day effortless.
Reviewed by Nichole , USA, October 2012
Perfect tour! Make sure you do this one! My trip was on Oct 3rd and was FABULOUS! The weather was perfect and everything was well coordinated. Even if one little thing went wrong (which it didn't in my case) it would still receive an A+++ rating because there is so much beauty, so much relaxation, so much shopping, so much culture, so much fun that one would have to be a real sourpuss to have a real complaint about this trip. I definitely recommend this tour. Bring money, film and your bathing suit if you like to swim as you will be given an opportunity to do so on Hydra. Blue-est, prettiest water I have ever seen. Safe travels!
Reviewed by Paul P , October 2012
Hydra, Poros and Aegina day tour. Where to start? Ok, the day just wasn’t long enough, though it is a great way to scout a couple of islands.
Starting off, picked up by coach and head to the port, board the ferry and have your picture taken with a couple of locals in traditional costume. Set sail and enjoy the views of Athens as you leave.
It took about 3 hours 30 mins to arrive at Hydra, but that does not mean to say the journey there was boring, far from it, there was entertainment on the top deck with audience participation, singing and dancing etc., and everyone seemed to be having a good time. Bearing in mind that this is going on at like 09:00. There are bars on all decks, (3) where you can buy snacks and beverages, alcohol and non-alcohol, and this is from the minute you set sail until returning to Athens.
Hydra. Beautiful port town, and we spent an hour, (or just over), here. Some went swimming, some checked out the shops and bars, others checked out ...
Reviewed by Norman P , USA, September 2012
No hassle pick up from our hotel and transport to ferry. Entertainment (music and dancing) was provided as was a buffet lunch. The food was ok, but the entertainment made up for it. There is an excursion to the beach with an additional fee in Egina. But, suggest taking a plunge in a swimming area at Hydra. You will have to know how to swim because it is deep. Overall,it's is a flare of the Greek Isles.
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