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Send a Parcel to Greece

If you're looking for a reliable and cost-effective way to send a parcel to Greece from the UK then look no further - you've come to the right place! myParcelDelivery.com™ have partnered with the world's most reputable couriers in the industry such as DHL and Yodel, to bring you a secure and economical way to send your parcels. To see how much you could save, simply pop your parcel details into the booking pod above and click 'Get Free Quote'.


How it Works....

All you have to do is book online! We'll take care of the rest, including pick-up, customs clearing and delivery.

Upon booking, we'll send a courier you can trust (DHL, TNT) straight to your door to collect your parcel. You can then track the progress of your delivery at any time, for complete peace of mind.


Shipping to Greece with myParcelDelivery.com™ comes with many benefits…

  • Up to 70% off the RRP
  • Free standard compensation cover (additional available) 
  • Online tracking and live updates
  • Reliable couriers
  • Dedicated support team for any queries

Send a Parcel to Greece in 3 Steps…

  1. Enter your details into the Quick Quote Form above
  2. Click 'Get Free Quotes' and choose a service from the list provided 
  3. Pay for your service, then kick back and relax - we'll take care of the rest!

Shipping Labels

We will supply you with your shipping labels upon successful completion of your order (these will also be emailed to you), which you will need to attach securely to your parcel(s) before collection. We advise placing the labels in a clear plastic cover to avoid any damage.


Restrictions on Postage to Greece

Before you go sending your parcel to Greece, it probably makes sense to familiarise yourself with the restrictions put into place by Greek customs and Excise. Be sure to check the prohibited and restricted items list to make sure your item is safe to send.

For full documentation you should refer to the official Greece Customs and Excise manual.