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Greece for a long weekend - girls' trip

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Groovytiger · 31/01/2022 12:12

A group of four if us want to go away to Greece for 4 or 5 days to celebrate a birthday. Ideally we would like a hotel with a private pool and on all inclusive basis. We would like to go end of December flying from London. Budget is £2500 in total.

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Meadowbreeze · 31/01/2022 12:52

Greece will be very cold end of December.

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Auntieobem · 31/01/2022 12:53

Island resorts will be pretty much closed

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2catsand2kids · 31/01/2022 14:45

In December you’d be better off looking at the canaries as Greek resorts will pretty much be shut down and it will be cold.

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Ohhelpicantthinkofaname · 31/01/2022 15:29

You could even get snow at the end of December in parts of Greece. It’ll be pretty cold and most things will be shut.

At the end of December your best bet would be the canaries. Not sure if Cyprus might be warmer and have more open than Greece itself? So that could be a possibility.

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Groovytiger · 31/01/2022 19:50

Sorry, I meant end of September. It's been a long day...!

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MiniCooperLover · 31/01/2022 21:45

Is the budget £2500 all in or each? Corfu would be lovely. I'm going to Chania for 4 days at the end of May on my own which I'm very excited for. That was about £1700.

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Groovytiger · 01/02/2022 17:10

We did Corfu for another friend's birthday last year. I love Chania. Budget is £2500 for us together.

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