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- 1Greece4277 reviews
I gave Athens a five star rating, but having said that, I was underwhelmed in many ways. But how could you give Athens, the cradle of civilization, the birthplace of democracy and many wise philosophers anything but a five star rating?
- 2Greece4.533 reviews
- 3Greece4.561 reviews
A city full of secrets teeming to be shared! Worth the time and effort to visit and discover its art, history, food, shopping and culture
- 4Greece4.526 reviews
It's been a long time but it's where we spent our honeymoon so it's special.
- 5Greece4.529 reviews
Wonderful for a half day or so walking, visiting shops, and stopping for delicious sweet treats and local dining. The narrow streets are perfect for an intimate view of local color. Walk to the edge of town and you'll see many more local people doing their shopping and daily strolls Architecture is interesting, different from Greek islands such as Santorini ...
- 6Greece59 reviews
I love Santorini ......Imerovigli .... Reggina mare hotel .....
- 7Greece550 reviews
Eat at Floga! A waiter named Anistis is very friendly and will attend to your every need in the shortest amount of time!
- 8Greece4.517 reviews
Rethymnon is one of the biggest towns of the island of Crete with an old town at the center. It is located about 70 km east of Chania and 80 km west of Heraklion. I suggest enjoying your drink or coffee near the sea (old or new port). You can't miss it!
- 9Greece4.518 reviews
beautiful scenery, very nice place
- 10Greece417 reviews
The town of Kos is oriented around the ferry terminal. There's a castle, an agora, several outdoor cafes and a mosque that has been converted into a cafe and news stand.
- 11Greece4.530 reviews
The old Venetian style buildings here make it a worthwhile visit, plenty of great places to eat along the marina
- 12Greece45 reviews
This is the least expensive part of Santorini that exists. If you are on a budget but still want to explore this beautiful island then this is the area to be in. Lots of restaurants and the Black Sand Beaches are amazing! You actually can stay in a comfortable 3 star hotel in this area that would be the same ...
- 13Greece55 reviews
Naxos Town is ful of life - in the center around the paralia. I loved the castro. narrow alleys, small shops and between the houses of locals. But you also find romantic and quiet places. There are no big Hotels as you know from other countries. All hotels are white/blue or white/brown and always classy. The city-beach is verry varied. ...
- 14Greece4.525 reviews
There are really two main reasons to come to Mykonos - to go to the beach, and to walk around this adorable little town, getting lost along the way and then re-finding where you are.
- 15Greece52 reviews
Un posto da cui e' difficile andare via!
- 16Greece4.522 reviews
Beautiful lagoon. Beautiful market
- 17Greece4.525 reviews
If they filmed a movie there that I've seen, I'm all over it. Being the inveterate fan of 007, a.k.a, Bond, James Bond, I knew that I could never forgive myself if I traveled to Greece and didn't visit these stunning monasteries majestically and precariously perched high on the sandstone pillars that overlook the Plain of Thessaly. And for fans ...
- 18Greece53 reviews
Chora is a picturesque town on the small island of Folegandros in the southern Cyclades. The cliffside, medieval town is closed off to traffic, making it a peaceful place to wander, though it would be very difficult to get lost. Chora is filled with small white buildings, beautiful flowers, tiny churches, and numerous tavernas. At night, the center of town ...
- 19Greece4.53 reviews
Plaka, the capital of the Cyclades island of Milos, is a small hillside town. The view of the Gulf of Milos from town is stunning. Buses connect Plaka to Adamas, the port. In Plaka, you will find a folk and an archaeological museum.
- 20Greece421 reviews
It is the biggest city on Crete and also probably the worst city. It is industry, dirty and lack of character. Even the Greeks consider it the armpit of Greece. We make the mistake of staying there for 5 nights and it was pretty horrible.