Home of Athens, the Acropolis and the dawn of civilization as we know it, the history of Greece covers a vast period of time and can be seen as you walk amid the ruins and along the city streets.
Located at the tip of the Balkan Peninsula and spearing into the Mediterranean Sea, it makes for an excellent vacation once you manage to narrow down which of the Greek Isles you want to spend your stay on.
Athens is also well connected by air to places with great historical backgrounds such as Egypt and Jordan, so why not make your visit coincide with some of these destinations as well?
I offer full services for all of Greece, with my main experience being in Athens, Thessaloniki and Meteora.
Planning your visit to the Greek Isles will be made a breeze, narrowing down what sort of experience you want to have and what your budget is for the excursion.
Do note, my visit was marred with a lot of problems due to traveling during a relatively uneasy time for the country. I will advise on what I went through and what steps you should take if you encounter something similar as this is common in Greece.
Also know that no matter when you visit, the Parthenon will always have scaffolding on at least one side as it is under constant repair.
There are no visa requirements for US citizens visiting for tourism.
No vaccinations are required to enter Greece.