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Essential Things to know before Travelling to Greece


Greece tourist Visa stamp for an Indian traveller

Greece Travel Requirements – Schengen Tourist Visa

I have seen my friends applying for a Schengen tourist visa for their honeymoon. He gets rejected, and her Visa gets accepted or vice versa.. This may shock privileged passport holders: As Indian citizens, we have to submit a 50-page document to get Greece Tourist. Continue Reading…..

Indian traveller looking at the map in Meteora's mountains

15 Travel Tips for Greece trip

Cost, language, when to see, safety tips, how to book ferries, why not buy a Eurail pass and everything else you must know about Greece before going are narrated in this post. Plus Historical ruins aren’t everyone’s cup of tea. So, planning your trip to a variety of places matters in Greece. Continue reading……

Woman traveller wearing skirt standing by the cliffside overlooking Santorini sea in Greece

What to wear in Greece as a tourist

We do research a lot about dress codes while going to the middle eastern countries. Thinking of what can go wrong in the Mediterranean country, I packed clothes suitable for Summer without jackets or warmer clothes! Unfortunately, that is where we were wrong. Santorini’s cold evenings and Meteora monastery’s strict dress code must be considered. Continue Reading…..

Traditional Greek Dish Saganaki made of eggplants in a ceramic bowl

Greece food guide beyond Sea Food

There are a lot of similarities between Middle East dishes and Greek dishes – like Dolma. The Fatah cheese, Santorini’s tomatoes grown in volcanic soil, seafood and mild spices make Greek food unique from the rest. You can always count on the most refreshing Greek Yoghurt to calm your guts down after a heavy meal. Continue reading…….

Cats sitting on clay plates full of souvenirs

Is shopping in Greece affordable?

Is Greece cheap for travellers? Nope! But there are ways to find cheaper good quality authentic “Made in Hellenic” souvenirs. Other than the usual souvenirs like a fridge magnet, we wanted to have a piece of Greece, made in Greece, without breaking our bank balance. Continue reading………….

Perfect Greece Itinerary for 10 days

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