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    Ever dreamt of getting soaked in the pristine water and enjoying the four S’s of nature together- sand, sun, shower, and sea? Isn’t it too ideal and too good a dream to be true? Well no! Some heavenly places on earth have packed the best things nature has to offer and served them on a platter so that visitors like you can simply grab them and enjoy them to their hearts’ content.

    Want a much-needed break from your hectic schedule? Bored of your monotonous routine and want to catch up on life by doing all the funky adventures you have yet not done in life? Get into the reclusive mode and turn on the dialogue with your inner self? Want to explore some history and knowledge about the world? You would be surprised that you can do all this at typically one location. Yes! This unique location is none other than Greece- the most cosmopolitan destination.

    Best Time to Visit Greece

    Although Greece is an all-weather destination, you can plan a trip to this magnificent location at any time of the year. However, the best time to visit Greece is in late spring, all through summer, and early fall period. It is the time when the destination comes alive with perfect weather beckoning tourists to enjoy, have fun, savour delightful food, drink, and stay at some of the most luxurious hotels and resorts. If you are not a beach-loving person, plan a trip to Greece in winter when the weather is cooler and the crowds are thinner. 

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    History and Culture of Greece

    Greece enjoys a rich historical and cultural past that coincides with the birth of Europe as we see it today- the centre of arts, sciences, architecture, and more. Every year, millions of tourists visit this magnificent country to witness and experience its famous landmarks. The glimpses of Classical Greece can still be seen today, showcasing its unique heritage and universal importance. Greece enjoys 2000 years old history that paved the way for the development of Modern Europe. Classical Greece, however, began in the Cycladic Islands. In 600 BC, the cradle of Western civilisation began forming and blooming with dramatic advances in diverse spheres. In 508 BC, Athens became the first democratic government. However, it fell into Roman hands by 27 BC. After a lot of political turmoil and upheavals, Greece witnessed its first democratic elections in 1981. It joined European Union and became a part of the Eurozone. 

    Today, Greek culture is seen as a mix of the maritime and classical heritage, legends and myths, dance and music, and a unique lifestyle. Every Greek is proud of his rich heritage and preserves it beautifully. The popular Greek folk dances are still a part of every Greek’s modern life. On the weekends, the tavernas across the country are filled with enthusiastic people, spending time singling and dancing to their heart’s content. The social structure in Greece revolves around the family. The business is passed on from generation to generation and is largely kept in the same family. Greeks are always successful in finding unique ways to preserve their unique culture and ethnicity, irrespective of which part of the world they reside. 

    Best Places to Visit in Greece

    The birthplace of democracy and cradle of civilisation, Greece is a magnificent destiny, a collection of stunning islands dotting the azure blue waters of the Mediterranean Sea. Visitors can find and enjoy a healthy mix of sunny weather, balmy beaches, scenic places, architectural and historical sites, and whatnot. Greece has a lot to offer to discerning travellers. Have a look at some of the major attractions in Greece that will leave you stunned with their sheer beauty and magnificence. 

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    1. Mykonos

    The Greek islands of Mykonos, one of the best places to visit in Greece, are situated in the Aegean Sea. Surrounded by the pristine blue sea on all sides and having the most cosmopolitan arrangements and culture possible in Greece, this Greek Island in the Cyclades group is popular for summer parties. Various beaches such as Super Paradise and Paradise are known to play blaring and thumping music for the visitors to enjoy the party on the beach. People who love visiting the dance clubs can have a treat with world-renowned DJs visiting the big clubhouses in Mykonos, and the party often continues till dawn. So all the party lovers surely know where to enjoy and have a blast, Don’t you? 

    Mykonos is not merely for party lovers. The place also offers serene locations for peace lovers. Various beaches like the Agios Stefanos, Ftelia, Agrari, and Little Venice offer the calmness and eternity of the sea and beautiful weather so that the visitors can enjoy a retreat and start the most required dialogue with themselves. They can find eternal peace within themselves at these tranquil locations.

    Historical enthusiasts sure have a lot to explore at Mykonos. The Aegean Maritime Museum, Archaeological Museum of Mykonos, Archaeological Museum of Delos, Lena’s House, and Delos offer customised offerings to all types of people. People with varied interests can custom pick their locations to enjoy the best of Mykonos.

    Tourist Attractions of Mykonos. Little Venice Mykonos Quarter, Platys Gialos Beach, Island of Delos, Kato Mili, Ano Mera, Panagia Paraportiani, Rarity Gallery, Paradise Beach, Elia Beach.

    2. Santorini

    A volcanic island in the Greek Islands Cyclades Group, Santorini is a famous destination known for its stunning sunsets, fabulous scenery, white houses, blue-domed churches, and a riot of colourful bougainvillaea adorning the buildings and magnificent views. The capital of Santorini, Fira, enjoys a unique mix of Venetian and Cycladic architectural styles. The bustle of visitors on a white stone street peppered with cafes and hotels create a perfect touristy ambience. The place seems to be hanging at the edge of a 400 m high cliff. Indulge in luxurious resorts and enjoy delectable Greek cuisines! 

    Tourist Attractions of Santorini. Lake Fira, Oia, Caldera, Akrotiri Archeological site, Ancient Thira, Red Beach, Museum of Prehistoric Thira, Pyrgos, Profitis Ilias, Ammoudi Bay.

    3. Delphi

    Home to the legendary Oracle of Apollo, the ancient naval of the world, Delphi is one of the most sacred sites in Ancient Greece. UNESCO has characterised it as a magical and unique artistic achievement, making it a must to add to the wish list of every traveller visiting Greece. The ancient Delhi theatre atop a hill is one of the major attractions of this place. It can accommodate approximately 5000 spectators who used to enjoy the spectacular views around the hill. A visit to the Temple of Apollo is one of the best things to do in Greece. 

    Tourist Attractions of Delphi. Temple of Apollo, Sanctuary of Athena Pronaia, Castalia Spring, Archeological Site of Delphi, Archeological Museum of Delphi, The Museum of Delphic Festivals, Arachova Folklore Museum. 

    Also read: Top 10 Places To Visit In Greece In 2022

    4. Athens

    A perfect holiday destination, Athens is home to some unique heritage and archaeological sites. The entire city is dotted with monuments, museums, markets, temples, cultural squares, and beaches. Cobbled streets lined with cafes and restaurants, the smell of brewing coffee, and magnificent sites all around set the tone of the city exploration. A temple of Doric Order, Parthenon looks truly spectacular with its eight columns on the facade and seventeen on the flanks. Located at the top of Acropolis, it is one of the most-visited attractions in Greece. This temple is dedicated to Goddess Athena and was built in the mid-5th Century. 

    Tourist Attractions of Athens. Plaka and Anafiotika, the Acropolis, Temple of Hephaestus, The Acropolis, Piraeus, Benaki Museum, Athens Riviera, Panathenaic Stadium, Panaghia Kapnikaria Church, Syntagma Square. 

    5. Myrtos Beach

    Dramatically positioned at the foothills of two mountains, Kalon Oros and Agia Dynati, Myrtos Beach features one of the top 30 beaches in the world. The white pebbled beach, turquoise blue waters, spectacular cliffs, and awe-inspiring views all make it one of the must-visit destinations in Greece. What makes this destination truly special is the unique contrast between deep blue waters and white pebbled sandy beaches. Travellers love spending a lot of beach time besides capturing majestic sunsets with their camera lenses. The Ionian Sea is the best place to capture the beautiful sunset. Book your rooms in the best hotels in Greece and enjoy a memorable stay, soaking in the scenic beauty of this country. 

    Tourist Attractions of Myrtos Beach. Castle of Assos Museum, Assos Beach, Melissani Cave, Vouti Beach, Agia Kiriaki Beach, Fteri Beach. 

    6. Corfu

    Unique rock formations, pristine coastline, lush interior, and more makes Corfy a perfectly romantic city. Corfu is located very close to neighbouring countries like Italy and Albania. Travellers can rent a boat and enjoy cruising close to the coastline. The town of Corfu is listed as a UNESCO heritage site. The town was under Venetian rule from the 14th to 18th century and is known for its stunning architectural style. Wrought iron balconies, pastel-coloured homes, wooden shutters, cobbled streets lined with cafes and restaurants, and more, this town is simply magical. 

    Tourist Attractions of Corfu. Kassiopi, The Achilleion, Corfu Town, Glyfada, Paleokastritsa Beaches, Canal d’Amour, Mount Prantokrator, La Grotta Beach. 

    7. Meteora

    Meteora or ‘suspended in the air is exactly the kind of feeling you get when you arrive in this city. The city is dotted with magnificent monasteries that seem to be suspended in the air as most of them are built above steep cliffs and massive monoliths. Its sun-dappled Alpine landscape, underrated archaeology, and laid-back lochs make this city stand apart from other equally impressive cities in Greece. 

    Tourist Attractions of Meteora. Kalambaka, Theopetra Vineyard, Holy Monastery of Great Meteoron, Holy Trinity, Casa di Calo. 

    How To Reach Greece

    Greece, an ancient civilisation known for its rich history and unique culture, attracts a large number of tourists from all over the world. The country has a lot to offer. An eclectic mix of charming villages, gorgeous beaches, gastronomic delights, wine tours, and vibrant nightlife. 

    The destination is well-connected with different parts of the world with diverse modes of transportation. Here’s how you can arrive at the birthplace of democracy in the most convenient and hassle-free way. Have a look.

    International Airports of Greece

    • Athens Airport (ATH)
    • Heraklion Airport (HER)
    • Thessaloniki Airport(SKG)
    • Rhodes Airport (RHO)
    • Chania Airport (CHQ)
    • Corfu Airport (CFU)
    • Kos Airport (KGS)
    • Santorini Airport (JTR)
    • Zakynthos Airport (ZTH)
    • Mykonos Airport (JMK)
    • Cephalonia Airport (EFL)
    • Mytilene Airport (MJT)
    • Samos Airport (SMI)
    • Aktion Airport (PVK)
    • Skiathos Airport (JSI)
    • Kavala Airport (KVA)
    • Karpathos Airport (AOK)
    • Chios Airport (JKH)
    • Kalamata Airport (KLX)
    • Araxos Airport (GPA)

    By Air

    One of the best ways to reach this stunning destination known for its thrilling mix of attractions is through flight, as the country enjoys an excellent network of flight services to and from different parts of the world. Depending on which destination you plan to visit in Greece, you can book your flights. The journey from Delhi to Greece takes approximately ten hours and 35 minutes. 

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    By Train

    Greece enjoys train services from neighbouring countries. A lot of trains are available from countries like Croatia, Turkey, Italy, and the Netherlands. It may be an old-fashioned way to travel, but it gives you an opportunity to enjoy the magical charm of this place. 

    By Road

    The roads in this part of the world are well developed and clean, so road trips are very popular and also enjoyable. One can travel from India to Greece, but the traveller needs to transcend a lot of geographical borders and spend at least 15 days reaching the destination. The driver needs to carry an International Driving Permit, valid Driver’s License, and updated vehicle documents. 

    • Distance from Itay to Athens. 1261.6 km 
    • Distance from Turkey to Athens. 1845 km 
    • Distance from the Netherlands to Athens. 2830 km 
    • Distance from Croatia to Athens. 1623 km 
    • Distance from Delhi to Athens. 4992 km

    By Cruise

    Greek cruises are well-famous all over the world. Jewels of the Cyclades, The Adriatic Odyssey, Sea Dream, Sea Cloud, Voyage to Antiquity, and Galileo are some popular cruises.

    Frequently Asked Questions Related to Thailand

    A 1. Greece enjoys a rich historical and cultural past that coincides with the birth of Europe as we see it today- the centre of arts, sciences, architecture, and more. The country is also peppered with some of the most amazing natural delights that make it a must-visit destination in Europe.
    A 2. Indo-European and Greek languages are the most popularly spoken languages in Greece.
    A 3. Yes, people in Greece speak English though the official language is Greek.
    A 4. The birthplace of democracy and cradle of civilisation, Greece is a magnificent destiny, a collection of stunning islands dotting the azure blue waters of the Mediterranean Sea. Visitors can find and enjoy a healthy mix of sunny weather, balmy beaches, scenic places, architectural and historical sites, and whatnot.
    A 5. Although Greece is a small country, it is replete with some of the most magnificent natural and man-made attractions. If you wish to explore it in a leisurely place, you need 7-10 days to explore this destination.
    A 6. Dolmades, olives and olive oil, Taramasalata, Octopus, Courgette balls, fresh fish, grilled meat, and Moussaka are some of the most delectable Greek cuisines to enjoy when travelling this fascinating country.
    A 7.Greece is a part of the Schengen Agreement. Thus, US citizens may enter the country without a visa for a stay up to 90 days for business and tourism purposes. Indian citizens need a visa to enter Greece for a stay up to 90 days.
    A 8. Yes, Greece is completely safe to travel to.
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