We're a mature couple planning for travels in Greece in May. We will rent a car as we leave Athens and drop it off as we arrive in Thessaloniki. We're interested in the historical sights, Greek food and wine. We initially wanted to include Crete and Santorini but for this trip, we decided that it would take more time than we want to spend so will leave them for another. Each sight has day trip possibilities - we want to move at a relaxed pace but will try to experience as much as we can. Our flights are already booked.
1) Does this plan seem reasonable?
2) Are there any rental car companies that you've had a good experience with and could recommend?
(Revised) Working Itinerary:
Athens--4 nts. (Hermes Hotel)
Nafplio--4 nts. (Hotel Aetoma)
Monemvasia--3 nts. (New Monemvasia Hotel)
Kardamyli--2 nts. (Kastro-Zoi)
Olympia--2 nts. (Hotel Pelops)
Galaxidi--3 nts. (Ganimede)
Meteora/Kastraki--2 nts. (Hotel Tsikeli)
Thessaloniki--3 nts. (Electra Palace)
Fly Thessaloniki to Amsterdam--3 nts.