10 Places In Greece We Loved

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Best places for Greece holidays.

Athens, Capital City

Athens, Capital City

The city of Athens is the capital of Greece that has become a favorite destination for foreign and local tourists. It has some of the iconic structures that tourists simply can’t resist. Aside from the Parthenon, Agora, New Acropolis Museum, and the National Archaeological Museum.

Thessaloniki, Northern Greece

Thessaloniki, Northern Greece

Budget-conscious individuals might not love this city. But, for those who like to party a lot and enjoy the trendy galleries and shops, aside from the bustling nightlife, Thessaloniki is the place to be. Moreover, it has one of the best and the spiciest cuisine in Greece.

Delphi, Mount Parnassus

Delphi, Mount Parnassus

The town of Delphi is dubbed as the navel of the world, according to ancient Greeks. Here stands the temple of the Greek god Apollo, during the 4th century BC. This can be seen at the slopes of Mount Parnassus. You can also find the Delphi Museum where the antiquity from the art dedicated to Apollo.

Olympia, Peloponnese Peninsula

Olympia, Peloponnese Peninsula

Olympia is the birthplace of the Olympic Games and it is the most gorgeous location in the Peloponnese Peninsula. It houses the remnants of the stadium during the contests. The temple of Zeus is also a remarkable sight, which holds a huge ivory and gold statue of the god king.

Nafplio, Peloponnese

Nafplio, Peloponnese

The rich and diverse history of the city of Nafplio is difficult to match anywhere in Greece. In fact, it is one of the most romantic and elegant destinations in the country. This is located in the center of the Argolis region on the Peloponnese peninsula.

Parga, Epirus

Parga, Epirus

Parga is a quaint town and the most famous summer destination in Epirus. This is located west of Greece. The town is built amphitheatrically beneath the Pezovolos hill slopes and surrounded by a beautiful blue sea and lavish greenery. Likewise, it has a laid-back island feel to this town.

Kalambaka, Trikala in Thessaly

Kalambaka, Trikala in Thessaly

This location is a small town with roughly just 12,000 residents. Kalambaka rests on the foot of the most magnificent Meteora pinnacles, which is a complex of rock formations that host the most important and biggest group of monasteries, the UNESCO World Heritage site.

Kastoria, West Macedonia

Kastoria, West Macedonia

This is the hidden gem of Northern Greece, which is built on a narrow strip of land in the middle of the still waters of the Lake Orestiada. For this reason, it gives an impression that this city is a floating island. Kastoria flourished during the 19th century with its fur trade.

Karpenisi, Central Greece

Karpenisi, Central Greece

This town is famous among nature lovers and winter sports enthusiasts. Karpenisi is a remote and lightly populated area in central Greece. Much of its reputation is due to the unspoiled natural beauty of the surrounding mountains, whitewater rivers, and alpine forests.

Metsovo, Pindos in Epirus

Metsovo, Pindos in Epirus

One of the picturesque towns in Greece is Metsovo, which is located at the heart of the center of the mountain range of Pindos. The mountain peaks, pristine forests, and slopes are some of the factors that entice potential visitors and regular tourists, who will be able to enjoy scenic hiking in surrounding areas.

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