Travel to Greece

Greece is a wonderful country that has a very rich history of culture as well as values and is home to the earliest civilizations and it also is the birthplace of the Olympics. The art, philosophy, drama as well as science that emanates from Greece is without a doubt of the very highest quality and this is still to be found in modern day Greece, with old values and culture embodied in its traditions, which is something quite unique in the modern world of today.

Athens Greece

Greece is a popular tourist destination that sees more than fifteen million tourists visiting the country every year to discover Greece for themselves. Greece has much to offer to those seeking something that is rich in culture, as well as has other beautiful splendors of which Greece has much to offer. No visit to Greece would be complete without first visiting the Acropolis, which is not only the most famous but also symbolizes everything Greek. There is a sense of awe felt when one views the intricacy as well as majesty of the Parthenon and the nighttime provides tourists the opportunity to hear about Olympic legends through the medium of a light and sound presentation.

Another interesting place to visit while in Greece is the Ancient Agora, one of the plentiful Greek ruins that are located in a valley beneath the Acropolis. This is the place that about two thousand five hundred years ago hosted famous philosophers such as Plato and Socrates who taught as well as deliberated their philosophies to their attendant disciples. Close at hand is the Temple of Hephaestus that is another attraction worth viewing.

For more adventure, why not plan on a helicopter tour of Athens, the capital of Greece. It will afford you with a panoramic view that only takes about half an hour and you can enjoy the skyline of Athens in all its glory and also get a chance to see the many splendid landmarks as well. It would also make for some excellent photographic opportunities as well.

Besides the many other things to do in Greece, a visit to the National Archaeological Museum would also be worthwhile where you can view the Schliemann’s Agamemnon, which is part of the collection at this museum. In case you don’t know what this is, it is a sixteenth century historical artifact that was given the name because it was supposed to be a death mask of ancient kings.

Other interesting things to do on a Greek vacation include hiking to the Vindos Gorge, hitting the beaches of Crete and attending the Rockwave festival that is among the most popular festivals anywhere in the world. You can also learn the culinary arts in Greece which will teach you to prepare the fancy foods from this part of the world. Also, you will find Greece an excellent destination for your sailing needs.

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