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Historically Modern Greece
The Cradle of Civilization, Greece has long played a part in the history of the world. It is located in the south-eastern part of Europe between Albania, Turkey, and Italy. Greece is one of the smallest countries in Europe. However, despite its size, it hold an astoundingly rich history and culture. Thus, Europe especially Greece, became a haven for over 16 million tourists each year making it the 15th most visited countries in the world to date.
Life in Greece is peaceful and serene. The locales are calm and charming people that think of the future optimistically. Theft and violence are kept down to the lowest level. Thereby, tourists consider this a safe place to travel in. People live simply. These amicably hospitable people welcome guests with open arms.
Activities in Greece vary from place to place. However, despite its difference, they all satisfy the different needs and likes of the guests. Mealtime in Greece is best enjoyed at late nights. Parties start at 10 pm and people, both the locales and guest, frequent the clubs, bars, restaurants, and taverns.
Joining the Greeks during mealtime will not be an awkward experience. Don’t be afraid to start a conversation. You will surely find yourself sharing quite an interesting, not to mention, memorable conversations with them.
And now we move on to places that placed Greece on the map and sends tourists to the country.
The volcano which has the greatest eruption mankind has ever known – that is Santorini. It is located in the most well-known islands in the Cyclades.
Superstition says that if engaged young couples stay and last for a week on Santorini, they will be blessed a lifetime marriage.
Crete island is located between the Libyan Sea and the Cretan Sea. Crete’s long and rich history, amazing features, charming villages, breathtaking natural areas, scrumptious cuisine, fabulous beaches, century-old traditions, and hospitable inhabitants makes it one of the most visited places in Greece. Visitors can spend leisure time exploring the ancient sites, swimming in crystal-clear waters, participating in a wide array of outdoor sports, and having fun at the nightlife venues. Truly, Greece is a versatile vacation spot that is worth visiting.
Athens is the capital city of Greece, not to mention, one of the most magnificent cities in the world. It is the birthplace of principles and values that our society bases today and the cradle of the western civilization. Athens’ excellent infrastructure, spectacular historical and ancient sites, the Athens Acropolis Hill, the Parthenon, the Herod Atticus Odeon, and the Erechtheion make it one of the most visited cities in the world to date.
A stroll through the charming downtown commercial areas of Athens, the Monastiraki Bazaar, and the Plaka Quarters is a must. Observe how the modern changes and characteristics compliment the ancient features as well as how the east and west are fused to create Athens, a unique holiday spot.
Planning your vacation in Greece will surely be difficult because of the many choices it offers. From an active hobbies, leisure interests, or relaxing pastimes, one can surely get confused. Be spontaneous! Discover the country by yourself. Don’t forget to check out the mentioned places to complete your stay in Greece.
So, if you’re planning for a vacation but you have no idea where, need not worry just think Greece!
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