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About Greece

Greece, which has its capital in Athens, receives over 20 million visitors every year - almost double the entire population. Peak travelling times are in the summer but it is best to travel in the spring or autumn season to avoid price spikes. The average temperatures are at 30oC in the summer and 10oC in winter making travelling all year round plausible.

Greece has a rich and detailed history dating back from the bronze age as well as famous individuals in different time periods such as Alexander the Great, Aristotle and Socrates. It is also famous for its food and wine such as Moussaka, Pastitsio and the Ouzo. Greece is predominately Christian with 98% of the population being Orthodox Christians and the language spoken is Greek.

There are many airports in Greece but the 2 main airports are Eleftherios Venizelos in Athens and Thessaloniki Airport "Makedonia" in Thessaloniki. Visitors can get domestic flights to other parts of Greece from these airports. You can also traverse the country using its extensive road, railway and sea networks. Travellers do not need to worry about their safety when visiting but should be aware of pick-pocketing.

Greece has a plethora of well-preserved monuments and structures dating back to the 5th century. Athens, its most populous city is known for its architectural marvels and scenic views. Mykonos is known for its great hiking spots. You can also relax on the many beaches scattered around the island.
 
Greece has a lot of fascinating places of interest that you can choose from based on what you want to experience. Some of the more famous attractions include:

  • Santorini: A beautiful Greek island is known for its cliff-top towns that overlook the sea.
  • Acropolis: Acropolis is a rocky rising in the heart of Athens known for temples that were built in the  5th Century BC. It is considered as the symbol of Greece and western civilization.
  • Mykonos: A city popular for its beaches, classy restaurants, hiking and nightlife.
  • Delphi: Delphi is a UNESCO world heritage site consisting of the ruins of temples, a theatre and a stadium that was constructed between the 8th century BC and the 2nd century AD.

There are thousands of hotels and serviced apartments available for visitors in every city so you will be spoilt for choice. Travellers should dress lightly if visiting in the summer and should come with jackets in the winter.