Discover Incredible Attractions Across Greece

We’ve carefully curated the most incredible attractions from across Greece. From the Athens Olympic Stadium to the Blue Domed Churches at Oia, and much more, discover everything Greece has to offer.

Plaka Village

The small village of Plaka is situated in the beautiful Bay of Mirabello and has the small island of Spinalonga directly in front.
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Fanari and Sfaktiria Islets

The magnificent natural harbor where is blocked by the islet of Sfaktiria – the Bay of Navarino was the scene of the famous naval battle in 1827.
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Archaeological site of Delos

A sacred site of history and intrigue, the island of Delos offers a unique vision of ancient Greek life and culture.
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The Castle of Methoni

Fortress of Methoni, which had its heyday in the period from the 13th to the 15th century, is one of the most impressive medieval sites in Greece.
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Monastiraki Flea Market

Here you will discover an array of vibrant, colourful stops and a wide selection of delightful souvenirs and traditional artifacts.
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Museum of Acropolis

The museum was built to house every artifact found on the rock and on the surrounding slopes, from the Greek Bronze Age to Roman and Byzantine Greece.
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Shopping at Voukourestiou Street

Just 2 minutes walk from King George and Grande Bretagne Hotel, numerous shops hosting elegant international brands can be further explored and visited.
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Acropolis of Rhodes

The ancient stadium and the odeon (theatre) from the Hellenistic period have been well preserved and are perfect for hosting events and picnics alike.
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Zappeion

Zappeion is the first building in the world to be constructed in order to serve the needs of the Olympic Games.

You should see the landscape of Greece. It would break your heart.

– Lawrence Durrell