Greece is a country in southeastern Europe with thousands of islands throughout the Aegean and Ionian seas. Influential in ancient times, it’s often called the cradle of Western civilization. Athens, its capital, retains landmarks including the 5th-century B.C. Acropolis citadel with the Parthenon temple. Greece is also known for its beaches, from the black sands of Santorini to the party resorts of Mykonos.



Best time to visit

Generally, the best weather in Greece is what you’ll experience in May, June and September. Plenty of sunny days that aren’t too hot make May an ideal time for long, leisurely walks in Athens. By June, the beaches of the Aegean islands are warm enough for swimming and popular islands like Mykonos aren’t crowded yet.Mar 17, 2019

Greece Tours

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Santorini Getaway

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Ensure your passport is valid for at least six months beyond your intended departure date.


Check if you require a visa to enter Greece. Visitors from many countries, including the United States, European Union, and Canada, can enter Greece visa-free for up to 90 days.

COVID-19 Requirements

Check the latest travel restrictions and requirements related to COVID-19. These may include vaccination certificates, negative PCR tests, or proof of recovery from the virus.

Travel Insurance

It is advisable to have travel insurance that covers medical expenses and trip cancellation/interruption.


Greece uses the Euro (€). Ensure you have enough cash or a credit/debit card for your expenses.

What to Bring

  • Clothing: Pack lightweight and breathable clothing suitable for the Mediterranean climate. Bring comfortable walking shoes, a hat, sunglasses, and sunscreen for protection against the sun.
  • Adapter: Greece uses Type C and Type F electrical outlets. Consider bringing a universal power adapter for charging your electronic devices.
  • Medications: If you have any prescribed medications, ensure you bring an adequate supply. Carry them in their original packaging, along with any necessary prescriptions.
  • Travel Guide and Maps: Carry a travel guidebook or download a reliable travel app to help you navigate and explore Greece.

How to Dress

  • Casual attire is generally acceptable in Greece, but it is recommended to dress modestly when visiting religious sites.
  • In beach areas, it is acceptable to wear swimsuits and beachwear, but it is advisable to cover up when moving away from the beach.

Best Time to Visit

  • The best time to visit Greece is during spring (April to June) and fall (September to October). The weather is pleasant, and tourist crowds are smaller compared to the peak summer months.
  • If you prefer warmer weather and want to enjoy Greece's beaches, summer (June to August) is the peak tourist season.


  • Greece has a Mediterranean climate, characterized by hot and dry summers and mild winters.
  • Summer temperatures can reach 30-35°C (86-95°F) in coastal areas, while winter temperatures range from 5-15°C (41-59°F).


  • Greek cuisine is renowned for its fresh ingredients and flavors. Don't miss trying dishes like moussaka, souvlaki, tzatziki, spanakopita, and Greek salads.
  • Seafood is abundant, especially in coastal areas, so try some delicious fish and seafood dishes.
  • Greece is famous for its olive oil, feta cheese, and traditional desserts like baklava and loukoumades.

Phone Connectivity/Internet

  • Greece has a well-developed telecommunications network. Major cities and tourist areas have excellent coverage.
  • You can purchase a local SIM card with data and call packages from various providers to ensure reliable connectivity during your stay.

Power Adapters

  • Greece uses Type C and Type F electrical outlets. Type C outlets have two round pins, while Type F outlets have two round pins with two earth clips on the sides.
  • It is advisable to bring a universal power adapter that accommodates both types of outlets.


  • Greeks are known for their warm hospitality and friendliness. Greet locals with a "Kalimera" (good morning) or "Yasou" (hello) and be polite during interactions.
  • Respect religious customs and traditions when visiting churches or monasteries. Dress modestly and avoid loud behavior.
  • Greek is the official language, but English is widely spoken in tourist areas.
  • Greeks enjoy a relaxed lifestyle, so embrace the concept of "siga-siga" (take it easy) and enjoy your time in Greece.

Remember to check the latest travel advisories and guidelines from your local government or embassy before your trip. Enjoy your visit to Greece!