Explore the life and legacy of Alexander the Great in the company of a Smithsonian Journeys Expert on this unique history tour. Making your base  in Thessaloniki, discover the capital of Greek Macedonia and the setting of Alexander's youth, plus spend a day in Athens, center of the Hellenistic world. 

Starting at: $5,495 Make a Reservation Ask Us A Question or Call 855-330-1542
 Equestrian statue of Alexander the Great astride Bucephalus, Thessaloniki  The Acropolis of Athens  The Parthenon, on the Acropolis   The caryatids on the Temple of Erechtheion on the Acropolis   View of the Acropolis, Athens  View of the Plaka, Athens  Panorama of Athens  Relief in Thessaloniki, likely of Alexander the Great  The Citadel, Thessaloniki  Arch of Galerius, Thessaloniki  Detail, Arch of Galerius, Thessaloniki  Church of the Rotunda, Thessaloniki  Mosaics in the Church of the Dome, Thessaloniki  Tomb of King Philip II, Ancient Aigai  Roman site of Pella, birthplace and capital of Alexander the Great  Excavation site at Pella  Mosaic floor at the Roman site of Pella

In the Footsteps of Alexander the Great

9 days from $5,495

Explore the life and legacy of Alexander the Great in the company of a Smithsonian Journeys Expert on this unique history tour. Making your base  in Thessaloniki, discover the capital of Greek Macedonia and the setting of Alexander's youth, plus spend a day in Athens, center of the Hellenistic world. 

or Call 855-330-1542

Dates & Prices

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Price Pre-tour Ext. Post-tour Ext. Occupancy
$5,495 - - Double
$6,190 - - Single
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Price Pre-tour Ext. Post-tour Ext. Occupancy
$5,495 - - Double
$6,190 - - Single
Make a Reservation

Price Notes

There is an internal flight that is an additional $150 per person and will be scheduled and billed separately by the Tour Operator. 

Prices are based on rates of exchange, airfare & fuel (where applicable), tariffs, taxes and other costs as of the tour publication date. We reserve the right to correct errors and to increase program prices to cover increased costs, tariffs, and taxes received after prices are published and to reflect currency fluctuations.