It is a cruel irony that at the very moment when Greece needs more visitors, many are choosing to stay away. But are they right or wrong? Let’s look at some of the pros and cons of visiting Greece right now.
To most travelers, Greece is all about Athens and the Aegean – and nothing else. It’s a mistake I made myself on my first trip to this bucket list country. Being lucky enough to go back a second time, I knew I wouldn’t make the same oversight again. Which is why I signed up for a Two Day Trip to Delphi and Meteora.
It is easy to get lost in the agoras (marketplaces) in Greece. Temptations beckon at every corner in the guise of a shop. Friendly shopkeepers enthusiastically advertise their wares, selling everything from honey and spices to items carved out of olive wood to hand-made jewelry in gold and silver.
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Just about everybody who comes to Greece sets their sights for the blue-domed steeples and white adobe-style homes of the Greek islands. Who can blame them? Movies like Mamma Mia and The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants have done their duty in sparking wanderlust. In the three months I spent in Greece, almost all of it was in the islands. But I did get to experience mainland Greece at the end of the trip. Castles, magic monasteries, walled towns, and mountainous landscapes? I did myself a disservice by not spending more time here. If you’ve got limited time in Greece, here are seven great spots to consider visiting.
As a little girl, Ariti Katsarou loved traveling and experiencing new cultures. After finishing her studies, she decided to combine her love of travel with her love of Greece by becoming a Viator private guide. She literally loves her job leading travelers through Athens’ museums, markets and famous sites.