Greece Attractions & Amenities

The story of Greece is long and formidable, but it all started on a beautiful land enclosed by seas that soon gave birth to modern necessities such as democracy. In the midst of those discoveries, Western civilization grew, leaving countless relics that have stunned wanderers thousands of years after.

There’s the Acropolis of Athens at the heart of the capital, housing one of the most famous cultural sites in the world: the Parthenon. From Athens, travel to the UNESCO-listed Archeological Site of Delphi to discover the remnants of ancient Greece or ascend to the peak of Meteora for unrivaled mountain views. Greek wonders await within and beyond, and they’re here to stay.




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.

Exploring Greece’s Diverse Island Landscape: Food, Nightlife, Beaches, and More

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 to 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). Greek cuisine is second to none, with dishes including feta, fresh fish and anise-flavoured aperitif Ouzo served in every bar and restaurant.

Due to the impact of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic on travel and tourism, international tourism spending in Greece shrank in 2020 over the previous year. Overall, it reached 4.7 billion euros in 2020, while it amounted to 20.3 billion euros in 2019. Things to do in Greece

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