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10 Top-Rated Tourist Attractions in Greece

Travellers from all over the world can visit Greece restriction-free as the country’s authorities have decided to drop the COVID-19 restrictions.
As you gaze out over the Gulf of Corinth, it is easy to understand why the ancient Greeks chose this as the center of their world.

Delphi

Peppered with ancient ruins (try Delos), mystical castles (head to Naxos), lush scenery and dramatic coastlines (visit Milos), the Cyclades is a Greek experience not to be missed.

Cyclades

Life in Athens is a magnificent mash-up of both the ancient and the contemporary. Fashionable restaurants and humble tavernas rustle up plate after plate of satisfying fare.

Athens

Stroll past neoclassical 19th-century British buildings, Parisian-style arcades, Orthodox church towers and the narrow, sun-dappled streets of the Venetian Old Town.

Corfu

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Taste-test your way through the city’s zaharoplasteia (patisseries) for Ottoman-inspired sweets. Drink up with throngs of students at stylish bars and clubs.

Thessaloniki

A magnificent guest from Asia Minor, the well-preserved medieval Ottoman town of Molyvos in northern Lesvos displays a happy marriage of gorgeous landscape and gracious architecture.

Molyvos

Kefallonia is a paradise for lovers of the great outdoors. Paddle kayaks between white-sand beaches lapped by gentle seas that glow with an unnatural luminosity;

Kefallonia

Although it can no longer be described as "remote", the Mani holds a magic unlike anywhere else in Greece. The Mani’s footpaths and landscape beckon hikers from around the world.

Mani Peninsula

It’s a full-day’s walk (about six hours down) but the jaw-dropping views make it worth every step. To get more solitude, try lesser-known Imbros Gorge, which runs roughly parallel to Samaria and is around half the length.

Samaria Gorge

Northern Greece's Halkidiki stretches out into the Aegean like a fat fist with three enticing fingers of sand and sun-soaked bliss.

Halkidiki

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