Who doesn’t want to stay in a good place when visiting a new country? Staying in a great place and location makes your trip amazing, everything is much closer, you get some nice tips about your trip, improve your current schedule and most importantly you get a yummy breakfast which fuels you for the entire day.
I guess you all have heard the well-known Athenian Riviera, if you haven’t then you must have seen pictures from some person online or browsing the internet, it is one of the must things to see and do if you are visiting Athens close to the summer.
Winter is here and so are the amazing winter destinations that you can go from Athens, Ano Trikala is definitely one of them. In almost 2 hours from Athens with a car this peaceful destination is one of the most relaxing vacations that you can have, into the trees, with unique and fresh food.
Airbnb wasn’t that well known in Athens a couple of years back, I remember around 2013-2014 were just a few apartments that were available in the market and very few people knew what Airbnb was and of course how everything would work. Nowadays you can literally find an Athens Airbnb pretty much everywhere, they are a lot of Superhosts and people that doing this for living.
Athens is an amazing city, so many things to do, global history attractions to see and unique Islands. Why you need to travel from Athens to Istanbul though? There are a lot of reasons why you need to travel from Athens to Istanbul and will be focusing on giving you a clear view why you should combine those trips together.
The Greek flag is popularly known all over the world, it features an equal-armed white cross on the blue ground in the upper left corner of the flag while the remaining area is filled with nine alternating horizontal stripes in blue and white color.
Athens is the biggest city in Greece and also the center of politics and tourism in the country. The city has a population of more than 3 million people and it is among the ancient capital cities in Europe.
Who doesn’t want to go to Delphi? Once known as the center of the world by the fellow Ancient Greeks, an Unesco World Heritage Site which can be found on southwest part of the Mount Parnassus.