• Athens

    The long and illustrious history of Athens established the city as a major travel destination amongst the preferences of million visitors from around the world. The Acropolis, the monument - symbol of the city, is one of the most prominent buildings of antiquity while the exploration of the city's historic center
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  • Thessaloniki

    Thessaloniki is the largest city of Macedonia and the second largest city of Greece. The visitor will have the opportunity to see remarkable monuments from the ancient and byzantine era and to feel the magic of a city with a variety of cultural influences. Thessaloniki is a coastal city and
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  • Crete

    Crete is the largest of the Greek islands and the fifth largest in Europe. The visitor will be charmed by its unparalleled wild beauty and its genuine people, as the Cretans embody the true Idea of Greek hospitality. Crete is a place of inexhaustible richness. Every region of the island
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  • Rhodes

    Rhodes is the largest island of the Dodecanese. It is located between the Aegean Sea and the coast of the Middle East and it has been a meeting point of cultures with obvious influences of foreign characteristics until nowadays. Rhodes provides all it can be offered by the modern tourist
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  • Corfu

    Corfu is the second largest island of the Ionian Sea. The island of Faiakes, as it is called in Homer's Odyssey, is a place that has assimilated harmoniously the different influences of cultures and peoples whose long stay on the island has left an indelible mark. Corfu has a distinct
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  • Chalkidiki

    Chalkidiki is the place where the visitors' eyes are filled with colors. The enchanting peninsula of Chalkidiki, reminiscent of Poseidon's trident, is located south of Thessaloniki and consists of three smaller peninsulas: Kassandra, Sithonia and Athos. The coastline spreads out for more than 500 km and the landscapes are constantly
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  • Peloponnese

    The Peloponnese is the biggest peninsula in Greece and is situated in the South of the mainland. It is connected with Continental Greece through a narrow piece of land, the Gulf of Corinth and, for this reason, it can be considered to be an island. In addition, it constitutes a
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