F.A.Q

How do we meet with the driver?

Airport
You'll be met at the airport upon arrival of aircraft as you specified. After collecting your luggage and clearing customs, you'll be routed to the public lounge where throngs of people wait for passengers to come out. Many people will be holding signs and also your driver will be there posting your name. That's how you identify your driver. Make sure to have my phone number with you, you never know what can happen in a crowded and chaotic airport! Normally it takes about 40 minutes from the time when the plane lands until you actually get to the public lounge. If you see that it will take longer, for example if your luggage is lost or simply takes it a long time to come out, please call me from on the phone or ask the custom officer to let you come out for a second to tell your driver you'll be late. If you miss your flight or you experience a long delay, please contact us at the numbers provided.If we do not hear from you, you may be charged for the time we have to wait for you at the airport. If you miss your flight or your flight was cancelled and we do not hear from you , you will be charged for the full amount of your transfer.
Port

There are 2 different terminals where the cruise ships dock (A main gate and B gate). When cruise ships arrive at B , the port authorities usually provide a bus to take you to A (where most of the taxis-limos-buses wait for people). Do not use the bus. Please exit at the gate where the cruise ship docks. We will meet you at the gate (just after customs area) holding a sign with your name on.

What is the difference between a tour guide and a driving guide ?

For those of you who are booking private tours for the first time, perhaps a little clarification would help. By law, tour drivers cannot guide inside the sites and tour guides cannot drive. A tour driver and a tour guide are not the same. It is to your advantage when booking a private tour to be sure that you understand the difference and know in advance so that you are guaranteed the kind of guide you are expecting. As a tour driver, we can tell you everything we know about the sites up until you enter the site, but Greek archaeoligical sites and museums are very strict about using only licensed guides within the sites themselves. We can arrange for you to have a guide if you think it is necessary for you to have a full understanding of what you are seeing and there are guides available at most of the sites that you can hire.

For more informations please visit Meet our Guides

How much should we tip?

Tips in Greece are not mandatory but it's customary to give them in proportion to the quality of the service received.

Prices?

Prices are based on which vehicle you choose and how many people are in your party. Participants will share the cost between themselves.

Do your prices include taxes etc?

Taxes, insurance, fuel, tolls, and parking are already included in my prices but admission fees and lunch are not included.