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Visit Greece. Tourist Thread.

Need information? Need Help? All you need here..! Post photos. Share your Experience. :)
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Even if they had money they wouldn't leave their basement.
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Το χεσες ρεεεεεεεεεεεεεεεεεεεε.. :rofl:
Visit Crete..!

Εντάξει για διακοπές το καλοκαίρι η Ελλάδα είναι παράδεισος, τι να λέμε :cheers:.
Hi :)

At first, I couldnt find any Tourism thread so i posted here.

My sister and I thinking a trip to Greece. She is studying Archaeology, she very interested in Hellenistic Architecture so she really want to visit the Acropolis.

I need a little help, what kind of advice you guys can give me to add to my "to visit list in Athens"

Thanks :)
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In regards to archaeological sites, perhaps Lucretius might be able to help you.

He is fan of this topic and of an other of Archaelogy.

I couldn't promise you anything but I reckon you'd better send him a p.m.

One of his posts is in this thread, in this page. Take a look 7-8 posts above.
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Which Greek island should you go to?

CNN) -- Greece's 1,400 islands -- 230 of them inhabited -- are one of the Mediterranean's most beautiful assets.

From the Ionian, up by Albania in the northwest, to the Dodecanese, near Turkey in the southeast, they offer vacations you can't get many other places.

Each of the island groups has its unique allure, plus some of the most picturesque seascapes on Earth.

But for sheer variety in a small radius, proximity to Athens' ferry port at Piraeus and the best inter-island boat connections, none compete with the Cyclades.

We present the top nine islands in and around the Cyclades, each with its marquee attraction (for ferry schedules, check or
Click the link for the full article.
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Hi guys! I wanted to ask, how would I get to Kastellorizo and Santorini from London (ENG)? Are there any ways to fly to Kastellorizo?
Both of these islands have airports. Just fly to Athens first and then catch a connecting flight to either of the two islands from there.
Hi there AleksLazarevic.
Kastelorizo does have an airport, but it is connected only with the island of Rhodes. So if you want to fly to Kastelorizo, you have to get to Rhodes first and fly with Olympic Airways from there with a Dash-8 100. There is a flight everyday of the week. During the summer, it is not that easy though to find tickets.
Alternitavely, there are a frequent ferry connection and fast catamaran (2,5 hrs) from Rhodes as well.

I found this page checking for the timetables. You may find it useful.

I also stumbled on this page concerning island hopping in the Aegean, which you also might find interesting.

For Santorini, you can check out the timetables given by Olympic/Aegean airways or alternatively Blue star ferries.

I found this page concerning general info, traveling to Santorini.

It seems that Thomas Cook etc fly to Santorini. I don't know if there are direct charter flights from London. But Santorini is connected to Athens by plane and you can also take a ferry or highspeed from Piraeus (the port of Athens).

Santorini is also connected by ferry with Rhodes, if that helps you with visiting Kastelorizo.

I also found some info on the ferries from Athens to Santorini here.

In any case, hope you have a great time. :)
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Hi there AleksLazarevic.
Kastelorizo does have an airport, but it is connected only with the island of Rhodes. So if you want to fly to Kastelorizo, you have to get to Rhodes first
Hey AleksLazarevic

the dream trip is to get a plane from London, go straight to Rhodes and then pop into one of those ferry boats from Rhodes island to Kastelorizo(aka megisti - 'majesty') island . Of course this kind of trip schedules apply only for a short period during Greek summer and you should check thoroughly in advance.

Frankly it should be the most expensive way but, as far as I am concerned, that's the easiest to get there.

You can find the rest in Username_Unnecessary's post.

Have a nice trip.
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Just fly to Athens first and then catch a connecting flight to either of the two islands from there.
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I will be coming to Greece next summer by car. Does anyone please, know if there are any services [ΣΕΑ] from Igoumenitsa to Alexandroupolis?
Thank you
By the street there is only one at Platanos (close to Veroia). I think is under construction one more close to Igoumenitsa, but I am not sure.
There are plenty though very close (100-200m) of some intersections such as Kipourio (Grevena) and Moustheni(Kavala).

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