Greece stands out as a much-preferred and world-recognized tourist destination with its golden sand beaches, rocky caves, vineyard landscapes and volcanic islands. Over a million holidaymakers plan their trips to Greece to unfold its gracious charm. It incorporates a lot more for you to explore beyond its idyllic destinations, mind-blowing architecture and religious heritage.
The cultural events and pleasant weather that appears all through the year gives a positive reason to the international holidaymakers for planning a trip to Greece.
When is the ideal time?
While you are in the midst of planning a family trip to Greece, you need to consider several important things about the country including its weather, ideal places to visit, food and more. Above all, deciding an ideal time for your trip is the primitive concern for everyone. Although Greece offers mind-blowing travel opportunities for you all through the year, you can plan your trip in any month of the year.
However, during the spring season of June to August, you may find the place a bit too hot and overcrowded, as it is holiday time for the local citizens.
Go on an island journey
Island hopping was the golden age during the late 70s and the 80s. However, with the changing tourism scenario, most of the people plan their trips to Greece sticking only to one island. Moreover, availability of reliable and plentiful ferry services makes Greece an ideal destination for island hopping. Instead of choosing just one island for your trip, you can prefer groups of islands to explore the most out of the country. The Dodecanese, the Cyclades and the Ionians are such islands, to name a few.
Wander the Mainland
To make your trip more senderismo en exciting and joyous, you don’t need to stick only with the islands. Rather, you should plan your itinerary in such a way that it covers almost every distinctive flavour of the country. Greece, being associated with islands is also a country of great mainland. Its mainland encompasses great deal of opportunities for you to discover ranging from the imposing mountain ranges of Pindos in North to empty golden sand beaches in the west.
You can also explore a great deal of archaeological sites and other key destinations by traveling in the comprehensive network of KTEL buses. In addition, you can opt for comparatively cheaper national level rail services to wander between the major towns.
More often, Greece comes in the limelight due to unpredictable unrest and riots. With such image of the country floating around the world, the safety concern also strike in your mind while planning your trip. In order to remain at ease while exploring the cultural, historical and religious heritage of the place, you need to adopt certain important precautions such as –
- You need to remain careful of people trying to get close with you.
- Make sure to not carry too much of your valuables while travelling as the cases of petty thefts are quite common.
- Be with your friends throughout the trip to avoid any hassle or avert being missed out