Sightseeing of Greece santorini
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Sightseeing of Greece Athens
Islands abound in Greece, and we recommend that if you can visit them all you should do so, but one of the main ones you have to visit is the island of Santorini. If you have ever seen postcards of white facades with blue doors, then you know what we are talking about. The best way to get to know Santorini is to go by boat around all the islands that make up this archipelago. If you wish you can stay on the main island and rent a car and go to visit the archaeological sites like ancient Thira and Akrotiri.Naxos
Naxos is another of the main and best known islands of Greece, in fact, this one is characterized by its constant rainy climate that allows its inhabitants to harvest and collect fruits, vegetables and greens. It is also an excellent place for livestock farming and of course for tourism. Like other islands, in this one you can appreciate archaeological sites such as the ancient Venetian fortress, and you can also enjoy two beautiful beaches; Agios Prokopios and Agia Anna.Rhodes.
Greece and its tourist attractions
Pin5ShareTwitterTweetWhatsApp5 ShareA trip through Greece can be truly mythical, as are the thousands of tourist attractions steeped in the rich and fascinating Greek mythology.
The Acropolis or Athenian “upper city” is the most important and imposing of the Greek cities. These sections of Hellenistic cities dominated the skyline for two reasons: defense and worship of the gods.
The most recognizable building on the Acropolis of Athens is the Parthenon, an impressive white marble Doric temple dedicated to Athena, the eponymous goddess of the city. It was built by Pericles during the 5th century BC and is a World Heritage Site along with the whole of the Acropolis.
It is an island group of the archipelago of the Cyclades islands in the Aegean Sea and has become a favorite destination for couples who go on honeymoon or to celebrate anniversaries in one of the most beautiful places on the planet.
It is what was left over from a violent volcanic eruption that made much of the original island territory disappear, forming the current caldera. Apart from Santorini, the other inhabited island of the archipelago is Thirasia. Other 4 islets that make up the island group are uninhabited.
Sightseeing of ancient Greece
Conference tourism, whether aimed at academic, business or cultural markets, is an important pillar of Greek national tourism policy. As a result, the Greek government, with strong support from local authorities, has been offering lucrative cash grants, employment subsidies and tax concessions to establish new conference facilities and expand existing ones. In a recent report on meetings and incentive travel, Greece ranked eighth in the world for conference overnight stays. Tourism Satellite Accounting Research, conducted by the WTTC (World Travel and Tourism Council) projects an increase in revenue from business travel to Greece, the benefits derived from which increased from $1.51 in 2001 to $2.69 in 2011. In 1998, the figure was around $1.18.