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Business Class Flights To Santorini

Greece is home to some of the most beautiful locales in the world, and chief among them is Santorini. A caldera formed by one of the largest volcanic eruptions in the history of the world, Santorini has been voted one of the most beautiful islands in the world many times over. Home to a booming tourism industry and a small, but flourishing, group of vineyards, Santorini is a world-class destination for adults at play. A trip to such a high-end destination deserves high-end transportation, which is why we recommend business class flights to Santorini. Leave regular life behind as soon as you board the plane and give yourself over to first class service. Indulge in the top-rate food and refreshments, stretch out, check out some of the newest movies and television shows on your own private screen. These are just some of the perks provided on business class flights to Santorini.

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Santorini Airport and Business Class Lounge

When taking business class flights to Santorini, you will most likely be landing at Athens International Airport. From there, you have two options. You can take another short 45-minute flight to Santorini’s small civil airport or take the ferry from Athens to Santorini. There are two different ferries to choose from, a slow ferry which takes roughly 8 hours, or a fast ferry which takes roughly 5 hours but costs almost twice as much. While choosing to take an eight-hour ferry ride directly after a lengthy flight might not seem like the natural choice, remember that this isn’t just any ferry ride. You’ll get an incredible view of the Aegean Sea with sights you will never forget. And there’s no rush to get to the ferry. If you’d like to refresh yourself beforehand, make use of one of the airport’s business class lounges. This is a perfect pit stop on your journey where you can drink, have a meal, get a shower, indulge in a spa treatment or even play cutting-edge video games. If you’re traveling as a family, there are designated areas for kids, so the parents can have a moment to themselves. Perhaps some urgent business came up while you were in the air. Use one of the business class lounge’s conference rooms to deal with it so you’re not bringing unwanted work with you to the island. Head out for Santorini relaxed and unfettered, ready to soak up the sun and surf.


Things To Do In Santorini

When in Santorini, taking in their one-of-a-kind beaches is a no-brainer. Santorini could easily be synonymous with ‘idyllic’, and its natural beauty and breathtaking sunsets will not disappoint. But for those who would like to fill their time with more than sun-soaked days at the beach, there are plenty of options.

One of Santorini’s most fascinating attractions are the ruins of the settlement of Akrotiri. Discovered during an excavation in 1967, Akrotiri was a Minoan that had been buried in volcanic ash following the gigantic eruption of 1627 BC. Thankfully, that very ash preserved numerous frescoes, ancient objects and artworks. At the site, you can see still existing roads, entire three-story buildings, remnants of a drainage system, and invaluable collections of pottery. This is a truly fantastic window into a different time, and a reminder of the long shadow Greece’s history casts. A great companion visit to this is the Museum of Prehistoric Thera featuring more stunning finds from the excavation including fossilized olive tree leaves from 60,000 BC.

To fully get a sense of what it is to live in Santorini, make the trek to Megalochori. This village is located to the southwest of Santorini’s capital, Fira, and will give you a truly unique perspective on the island. Many of the city’s historic buildings and steeples, dating back to the 17th century, have been restored to their former glory and stand in striking contrast to the natural beauty the caldera cliffs and tides offer. And just a short boat ride away await natural hot springs for the utmost in secluded relaxation.

For fans of both art and wine, Art Space is unmissable. Established in 1999, and carved into the chambers of an ancient winery, Art Space is the place to see the boldest in modern Greek painting and sculpture. Not only that, but they maintain their winemaking history by having an active distillery on-site producing concoctions as intoxicating as the artworks themselves.

Speaking of wine, we would be absolutely remiss if we didn’t stress the need to take the Santorini half-day wine tour. This four-and-a-half-hour tour will guide you to three of the most renowned vineyards of the area where you will sample twelve different wine styles accompanied with cheese and various other goodies. Even for those cultured in the vineyard experience, few could say they have strolled the aisles of a wine-producing land coming from volcanic soil.

As a location that sees over 1.5 million tourists annually, Santorini knows how to thrive in the culinary arts. At the top of everyone’s list is Metaxi Mas. Traditional Greek food done its proper justice served in the open air to awe-inspiring views, a visit here is a no-brainer (which obviously means make a reservation). For a more rustic experience, with no less gorgeous a view, consider The Good Heart. This family-owned spot will make you feel right at home with passed-down recipes and the kind of hospitality that has made Greece such a beloved tourist destination.

Getting Around Santorini

After arriving via business class flights to Santorini, visitors essentially have four options for daily travel: rental car, moped, taxis, or the local bus system. Renting a car is the typical option for people visiting Santorini, and it is a worthwhile choice, but drivers must be aware that parking laws are strictly enforced, resulting in costly tickets or even the removal of license plates. For this reason, a good number of visitors choose mopeds as their method of travel. If you’d rather not worry about it all and leave the driving to someone else, the public transit system is more than sufficient and will get you to any attraction you wish to see.

Santorini is one of the most sought-out travel destinations for a reason, and there’s no better way to get there than business class flights to Santorini. Once there, explore, enjoy, relax, and stock up the stories to share with jealous friends back home.

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