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Go Travel Greece Editor

Go Travel Greece Editor has written 6 posts for Go Travel Greece

Visitors Guide to Thessaloniki

The northern city of Thessaloniki in Greece is the capital of the region of central Macedonia. It is rich with historical landmarks and has a vibrant cultural heritage. Thessaloniki is home to a number of ancient Roman, Jewish and Ottoman architectural sites that are UNESCO World Heritage Sites today, and offer fantastic sightseeing opportunities.

Car Hire at Athens Airport and City Centre locations

Athens, the capital of Greece – this isn’t just a city ripe with history and tradition; as a matter of fact, it’s one of the oldest cities in the entire world. Even though Greece is a very much a modernized country, it’s also a country where traditional values are preserved. As such, you’ll come across […]

Top 3 self-drive tour routes in Greece

If you’re planning holidays in Greece, you have probably heard of the unique charms offered by this ancient country nestled in the Mediterranean. However, you may not be aware that one of the best ways of getting to know Greece is by renting a car.

Guide to driving in Greece – the essentials for rental car drivers

Greece is known for its beautiful landscapes and scenic roads, but it’s also known for its reckless drivers and high rates of accidents. If you’re planning to visit this country, there is much you can do to make sure you stay safe.

A Guide to 10 Archaeological Sites in Greece

When you visit Greece, it’s highly recommended that you visit the famous wealth of archaeological sites. There aren’t many places in the world where you can witness ruins that are thousands of years old. Let’s take a look at the Top 10 Archaeological sites in Greece so you know where to go.

Guide to Short City Breaks in Athens

With a documented history dating back thousands of years, the city of Athens has an undeniable claim as the “cradle of Western Civilization”. Athens has served as a population hub, as well as an economic and cultural centre since 1400 BC. Athenian culture is alive in its architecture and culinary offerings.