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Send a Parcel to Greece 

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£20.38+VAT

£24.46 (inc VAT)

2-3 days express service
Up to 25kg in weight. 80x80x80cm max in size.

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To all cities including Athens, Thessaloniki, and Patras.

If you’re looking for cheap parcel delivery to Greece for a loved one or for business purposes then you need to make sure it gets there in one piece. Finding a courier to Greece can be difficult, there are many companies out there offering a courier service but you need to be sure they’re a reliable, experienced and affordable, this is where ipostparcels.com steps in.

Why use ipostparcels:

  • Free Collection -  From home or work
  • Free £50 cover – Additional cover can be added
  • Online Booking – You can book your parcel in for collection right now
  • Online Tracking – Know exactly where your parcel is
  • Delivery Notifications – For both you and your recipient
  • 5 Star rated courier – See our reviews here
  • Cheapest price - Best price for short delivery time

 

 

How to send a parcel to Greece

1. Register as a customer
2. Login to your account
3. Enter your parcel details here

About Greece

 
Greece is located in South East Europe and has a population of over 11 million people.  Greece has the 11th longest coastline in the world and is home to popular islands such as Crete and The Cyclades which includes Mykanos.
 
Greece is famous for the Greek Gods, The Olympics and olives. If visiting Greece you will most likely visit the famous tourist attractions such as Pathernon Acropolis, Delphi theatre as well as some of its stunning islands such as Santorini and Kefalonia.
 
Interesting Fact- Alexander the Great was the first Greek ruler to put his own face on Greek coins. Previously, Greek coins had shown the face of a god or goddess.


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Packaging guidelines for Greece parcels

Completing a commercial invoice

Our prohibited items list

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