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Mykonos City Tour Excursion Reviews

Mykonos City Tour cruise excursion
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Explore Hora, the accessible capital of Mykonos, by foot. Stop in at one of many tavernas for some coffee or ouzo on this memorable city tour.
Member Image bhturtle
1 review
Not Rated
Sep 2014

Great guide. Beautiful town. We loved it.

Read bhturtle's full Norwegian Spirit cruise review
Provider: Shore Excursions Group
Member Image mwilson920
1 review
Jul 2014

For those taking the "Scenic Views of Mikonos" tour, save your money!! take the tender into Mikonos and wander around the town. The island is not equipped to handle the amount of people brought in by the cruise ships. The tour takes you around the island by bus and there are bus jams at the sights. Not to mention, lack of bathroom facilities and a long walk back to the tender port when done because they want to you to walk through the shops and there is no way to get a bus to the tender port. Taxis are also very difficult to locate.

Read mwilson920's full Norwegian Spirit cruise review
Provider: Norwegian Cruise Line
Member Image Autumn72
6 reviews
Sep 2013

There is no need to take a tour on Mykonos. It is a small island with handy beach areas and shops and restaurants. Our tour took us to a resort where we looked at the water for half an hour and to a little deserted village where some movie we never heard of was filmed. We did see a nice monastery with an interesting icon, but honestly you will enjoy it more wandering around exploring on your own. The ship uses tenders to bring you into Mykonos and the dock is very centrally located.

Read Autumn72's full Royal Princess cruise review
Provider: Princess Cruises
Member Image Boston Traveler 24
1 review
Sep 2012
The tour guide was excellent. This tour includes a walking through Mykonos that did include the Windmills, Little Venice along with other areas. The guide was knowledgeable and that made the tour very enjoyable. This tour also included wine tasting at a local winery. The cruise was a Wine/Food Festival and the wine expert was on the tour with us so that was helpful during the wine tasting to get an expert opinion. During the wine tasting the host winery also provided some very nice food as well. Overall an very good tour and would recommend it.
Read Boston Traveler 24's full Crystal Serenity cruise review
Provider: Crystal Cruises
Member Image fw_fs
1 review
Jun 2012
Wonderful island, beautiful experience
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Provider: Crystal Cruises
Member Image blackpool
1 review
Jun 2012
Not the best of beaches to visit as there are better beaches to visit and I suspect the way it was organised somebody somewhere is acquiring a bonus for utilising the facility. Princess cruises could do alot better with this one. On a positive note Mykonos is a very picture postcard area with its blue and white buildings, mostly sandy beaches and excellent shops, bars, restaurants and girls best friends(Jewellery Shops)A must for a revisit!!
Read blackpool's full Crown Princess cruise review
Provider: Princess Cruises
Member Image lexmiller
10 reviews
Aug 2011
In Mykonos, we booked the MK10 Scenic Island Drive with Ano Mera Monastery. The drive was beautiful, and orienting. The tour stopped at a charming local cafe for Greek mezes, including ouzo. I think that many people miss the Ano Mera monastery, which is a shame, as it is quite beautiful and embodies the stereotypical image one has, or at least I have, of Mykonos. After the tour, our 3 children, ages 21, 19 and 17 yrs, took the tour bus back to the ship, but my husband and I stayed on to explore Mykonos on our own and to hunt for the perfect "evil eye deflector" - you can't come to Mykonos without buying one! It is currently hanging in my kitchen, though I am not sure that it is deflecting any evil eyes, but, who can say! haha!
Read lexmiller's full Celebrity Equinox cruise review
Provider: Celebrity Cruises

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