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How to Plan Your Greece Tour?
Best Time to Visit: April to June and September to November
Major Cities for International Flights: Athens (capital)
Visa: As a European Schengen Area country, Greece has the same visa policy as the other countries that have signed the Schengen Agreement for passport-free travel. Besides, nationals from more than 90 countries can enjoy visa-free travel to Greece for up to 90 days. Greece Embassy
Money Tips: The official currency is the Euro. You can use your cash card or credit card on all ATM machines in Greece. The large and popular Greek islands have many banks and ATMs, while some remote islands may have only one ATM and it might be out of money. It is important to always bring some cash when traveling. Credit cards are accepted in large hotels, restaurants and shops.
Plan your Greece packages to the capital city of Athens to experience the long history and rich culture, or fly to an island to enjoy your Greece vacations.
You may take a tour to discover the long history of ancient Greece from Athens to Olympia, Delphi, Kalambaka, etc. Or just focus on Athens and islands to see the highlights.
9 Days or More
With so much to see, it's easy to add on another week or two in your Greece tours to visit more cities and ancient sites, spend more time for islands hopping.
Trip Planning FAQs
How can I be polite in Greece?
One thing you should definitely keep in mind is to avoid extending your hand or hands towards someone with your palms open and all five fingers extended, like signaling someone to stop. In Greek this is called 'mountza' and it is a form of 'swearing' or insulting someone.
What should I pay attention to when visiting the church?
Don't show your bare legs or shoulders in a church, especially in a monastery. Please dress properly.
Is English widely spoken in Greece?
Greek is the official language of Greece, but English is also widely spoken, especially in tourist areas. Most young people there speak fluent English. Road signs in big cities are typically bilingual in Greek and English, which makes your Greece tours more convenient.
Can I flush the toilet paper in Greece?
Because Greek sewage pipes are small, generally 50 millimeters in diameter, so they clog easily with toilet paper. That's why you'll see signs all over Greece requesting that you throw away rather than flush your toilet paper. You'll find handy bins next to toilets.