Solo travel to greece

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It often happens that we see a movie and we get caught up in its beautiful scenery. Some time ago we told you about some movies that inspire you to travel, but in that list we did not include the movie Mamma Mia! Neither movie one nor movie two. You may wonder why?  Because without a doubt it is a country that deserves a special blog.

I arrived in Athens quite tired from the congress, as soon as I got off the plane I found a Free Walking Tour and I thought: how many times am I going to be in Greece. Away tiredness! Out!  I went to the hostel, left my things and walked to the meeting point with the tour group. About the walk I can’t tell you every detail, just tell you that the history of ancient Greece is as amazing as it appears in the movies. The ruins built to perfection make us wonder how they did it when there were no machines!!!! Everything so perfect, detail after detail.  On the tour I heard that several travelers had been to Mykonos or Santorini so as soon as I left the tour I decided to research on the internet how to travel to those islands so well known by all for those white buildings with blue roofs, for those sunsets, for the crystal clear waters.  And so it was that the next day I was already on the ferry traveling to Mykonos.

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1. Argolid: 1 day tour of Mycenae, Epidaurus and Nauplia Drive along the Saronic Gulf along the coastal road and head to the Corinth Canal connecting the Aegean Sea with the Ionian Sea (short stop).  Travel to Mycenae, the Homeric city of the Atridas, the “gold-rich” city of the ancient poets.

Visit the Lions’ Gate, the Cyclopean walls, the royal tombs and much more.  Cross the fertile plains of Argolid to reach Nauplia, a picturesque cliff-top town crowned by the imposing walls of the Palamidi fortress (brief stop for photos). In Argolid you will find numerous points of interest scattered throughout the region and adorning the promising landscape.

Day 3: First, visit the archaeological site and museum of Delphi. Departure for Kalambaka, passing through Amphissa, Lamia and Trikala. Arrival in Kalambaka, and savor a dinner before your overnight stay (Breakfast and dinner).

This tour offers the opportunity to visit the most impressive Greek historical sites, giving you an insight into Greece’s glorious past. See more 3. From Athens: 5-day tour of Classical Greece Discover the most important sites of Classical Greece on a five-day tour from Athens and marvel at the ruins of Epidaurus, Mycenae, Nauplia, Olympia, Delphi and Meteora. Follow in the footsteps of the Greek gods at Delphi and explore the Byzantine monasteries of Meteora. Marvel at engineering feats such as the Corinth Canal, the modern Rio-Antirio Bridge and much more.

Traveling to Greece on your own

If you are considering where to travel to Europe now, you are in luck because Greece is one of the countries with its borders open to tourism and no pandemic-related requirements as of May 1, 2022.

As you can see, it is quite safe to travel to Greece and, moreover, you will find a climate of relative normality, as well as a tourism industry with decades of experience and prepared for these unique times.

Don’t want to wait for anyone else to join you or do you love to travel solo? No need to wait any longer! Traveling alone to Greece is safe and will be an experience you will never forget. Just follow the precautions you would have at home and avoid lonely places and the depressed neighborhoods we told you about a few lines above after sunset.

Remember that, due to the current situation, travel documents and requirements may change. At IATI we are constantly updating this information. However, we recommend always checking with official sources.

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The time has come to visit Turkey, to let ourselves be seduced by the contrasts and places with more magic of a country that will become the best option for these vacations in which normality returns.

Visiting one of the cradles of Western culture, Athens, is always a pleasure, and now we can do it from 599 euros with Logitravel and with an end of trip in a very special Mediterranean island.

Discovering Greece in first person is one of those trips that we have been waiting to do for a long time. We will be able to see again with our own eyes the greatness of the main constructions of one of the empires that have marked the history of mankind. In addition to visiting an island like Santorini, a jewel of the Mediterranean Sea that gives us the essence of a culture that looks to the beaches and the most authentic gastronomy. These are 8 days of the most special trip: flights, hotels and transfers are perfectly organized just a click away.

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