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Greece is an endless trail of gorgeous islands leading you further and further into the sparkling Mediterranean sea. With a healthy mix of balmy beaches, sunny weather, scenic places, historical sites and architecture that varies region to region; a Greece holiday package is for those who like vacations no holds barred. A Greece vacation is as much exploring ancient ruins as it is tasting the Greece cuisine at a shack nearby. As much a beach hopping and island hopping expedition as it is an opportunity to risk it all and test your spirit of adventure on your Greece vacation.

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Frequently asked questions

What is the best time to travel to Greece?
Greece enjoys constant sunshine from April through November. But it is most pleasant to visit from April to September. October is a great month to travel if you want to avoid crowds and steep prices. Post-November it gets too cold and the luxury of travelling to islands is absent given ferry services won't be available. The Greek Easter is also a good time to visit Greece for, you'll get to be a part of lively festivals.
What are the top places and attractions to visit in Greece?
Starting with the buzzing capital of Athens, set out to explore the many ruins and museums on Greece's list of top tourist attractions here. Visit the ancient site of Acropolis, marvel at the relics of the bygone Byzantine Empire and revisit the ancient times at the Delphi theatre. After your dose of history, head out and explore the multitude of beaches here - from soft white sands to black and even volcanic red sand beaches. A beach is never too far out of reach on your Greece tour package. Leave all your worries behind in Greece by taking a ferry down to Santorini. Surrounded by whitewashed walls, colourful dome roofs, windmills, churches and the great blue-green ocean; it is hard not to feel tranquillity wash over you. Catch the most unforgettable sunset over Oia and rent a boat to set out into the ocean for another day. On your Greece holiday package, look forward to the island of Paros and Corfu - each with its charming native architecture that is bound to make you gawk.
What is the ideal duration of stay here?
Greece is magical. The archaeological places in Athens, the tranquillity of the cave dwellings in Santorini, and the rich nightlife in Mykonos will keep you on toes constantly. You'd require at least 10 days to explore the best of Greece at leisure
What is the Visa process for Indians?
You will require a Schengen Visa ( tourist visa ) to visit Greece. A general visitor visa (tourist visa) will normally allow you to stay in Europe for 3 months. It takes around 15 working days for Visa to get processed from the embassy's end. Pickyourtrail's visa success rate is 99% so a hassle-free Visa process is guaranteed. For Schengen Visa, our visa experts will get in touch with you to initiate the complete process once you make your first payment. You will also have access to our mobile app where you will get timely updates on your visa processing
What is the local language spoken here? Can I survive with English?
The official language of Greece is Greek, which is spoken by 99% of the population. Apart from this, various non-official, minority languages and some Greek languages are spoken as well. The most popular foreign languages spoken by the Greeks are English, German, French and Italian.
What currency should I carry when I'm travelling to Greece?
The local currency in Greece is the Euro (EUR/€). The average cost of one meal/person is 10 Eur which is close to 750 Rs. The overall expenditure in Greece for a day per person will be around 80 euros which is about Rs 5250Rs which includes your meal & other personal expenses.
How reliable is the public transport here?
Greece invested in modernising with-in the cities transport services, developed the Athens metro and is currently working on Thessaloniki metro. Travelling between islands is made convenient by ferries and domestic flights. While there are government-run tram and bus services in most cities, private companies collectively called KTEL are responsible for the long-distance travel route services that connect all cities of the country.