Greece

Things To Do & Attractions in Greece

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Ancient Kamiros

One of the three Doric cities mentioned by Homer that once reigned over the ancient island of Rhodes, the ancient city of Kamiros stretches along the ...  Read more

Ancient Mycenae

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Squeezed between two hills on the arid plains of the northeastern Peloponnese, fortified Mycenae was the major settlement in the powerful Mycenaean ...  Read more

Ancient Thira

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The archaeological site at Akrotiri may be closed, but fortunately you can get your fill of excavations at the site of Ancient Thira. There’s a mix of ruins to ...  Read more

Anthony Quinn Bay

Who would have thought that a small, rocky bay hidden on the coast of Rhodes island would be the subject of a court case, but that’s exactly what happened in ...  Read more

Aquarium of Rhodes

Home to a dramatic collection of marine animals spread over 40 climate-controlled tanks, the Aquarium of Rhodes is one of Rhodes City’s most popular ...  Read more

Aquaworld Aquarium & Reptile Rescue Centre

Part zoo and part rescue center for marine and amphibious life, the privately run Aquaworld opened in June 1995 and was Crete’s first aquarium; it was the ...  Read more

Archaeological Museum of Olympia

The site of the Ancient Olympic Games in Olympia in the Peloponnese was lost to time and earthquake until 1875 when excavation began to uncover the ancient ...  Read more

Archaeological Museum of Rhodes

Located in the Old Town of Rhode City, the Archaeological Museum of Rhodes is the island’s principal museum, displaying a varied collection of artifacts. ...  Read more

Archanes

The ruins of Archanes speak poignantly of Crete’s Minoan past. The archaeological site and museum here exhibit coffins and musical instruments, ornamental ...  Read more

Aristotelous Square

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 1 Review

The hub of civic activity in Thessaloniki is Aristotelous Square, which was designed by French architect Ernest Hébrard in 1918 after the devastating ...  Read more

Arkadi Monastery

Perched on a 500-meter high plateau with a backdrop of hillside vineyards, ancient olive groves and the distant peak of Mt Ida, it’s easy to see why the ...  Read more

Attica Zoological Park

For more than 10 years Attica Zoological Park has been the premier destination for wildlife education and conservation in Athens. Travelers can venture ...  Read more

Avenue of the Knights (Ippoton)

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 3 Reviews

Running down from the hilltop citadel to the commercial port and crowned by the dramatic Palace of the Grand Masters of the Knights of Rhodes, the historic ...  Read more

Bee Museum

Rhodes is famous for its delicious local honey and pots of the island’s unique thyme-infused honey – renowned for its high level of antioxidants - are a ...  Read more

Benaki Museum

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 1 Review

The Benaki Museum competes with the Acropolis Museum and National Museum of Archaeology as one of the top three museums in Athens. It was established in 1930 ...  Read more

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