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Greece receives a high number of tourists from all across the globe as well as from within the country

Currency: Euro * CapitalAthens * Population: 10,370,744 * Calling code+30

Buying a SIM card in Greece

Local SIM Cards: Currently, there are 3 major mobile phone providers in Greece: Cosmote (OTE), Vodafone and WIND.

You can buy a SIM card in an official branded shop of the operator and from distributor points.  In order to purchase the SIM card, you’ll be asked for an ID card or a passport, as this is required by law since 2011. Children under the age of 18 can’t activate a SIM card on their own.

Prepaid SIM cards are readily available at the airport, electronics stores, and mobile operator stores across the country.

The average price of a prepaid SIM card ranges from €10 to €30, and it includes a certain amount of data, calling minutes, and text messages.


When purchasing a sim card, it is recommended to avoid buying an expensive one at the airport or in the last minute, as prices tend to be higher and you may be limited in your options.  Travel to greece? 

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1 GB With no expiration =  €2.21
3 GB With no expiration =  €6.44
5 GB With no expiration = €10.40
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In terms of plug type, Greece uses Type C and Type F plugs. Visitors from countries that use different plug types should bring an adapter or purchase one in Greece. Buy it now.

Greece Tourism

Arguably one of the most history and heritage-rich countries in the world, Greece has a legacy few can match. It’s the birthplace of the Olympic Games, democracy and Western philosophy, as well as being home to more than 2,000 islands and over 14,000 km of coastline. Mainland Greece may not have the holiday appeal as the iconic archipelagos, but that’s not to say you should ignore to explore. Athens, the ancient capital, is home to stunning sights such as The Acropolis and Ancient Agora, while Thessaloniki caters for both nightlife and beachfront vibes. Picking just one Greek island to visit is pretty much impossible, so island-hopping trips are the way to go. Each offers something different, whether it’s food (Crete), nightlife (Kos, Corfu, Mykonos, Rhodes), dramatic views (Santorini) or beaches (Zakynthos).

There are many hotels and accommodation options in Greece, ranging from budget-friendly hostels to luxury resorts. On average, hotel prices range from €50 to €200 per night, depending on the location and quality of the hotel.

Greece has several domestic airlines, including Aegean Airlines and Olympic Air, which provide a convenient and affordable way to travel around the country. In addition, several international airlines operate flights to and from Greece, making it easy for visitors to reach the country.

 

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