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Vergina, is a modern  village, and following the discovery the site was identified as Aigai,  the ancient capital of the Macedonian kings, together with its cemetery.

Vergina  is one of those finds which archaeologists dream about – a well  preserved discovery, proven association with a famous historical person,  and real treasure!
A tumulus measuring about 110m wide by 13m high  turned out to cover some tombs. Not just any old tombs, either.

One of  them was identified as that of Philip II of Macedon, the father of  Alexander the Great. Another is thought to belong to Alexander IV, the  son of Alexander the Great.

Prices are per group/minivan , including professional guides where mentioned, taxes, VAT, bottled water, ferry tickets, tolls.

Tours are subject to changes according to clients needs.

For any additional hour supplement 60 Euro per vehicle and 70 Euro in total for guide

  • Departure 06.00 -Duration: 13 hours
  • Pick up service from accommodation.