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Places to Visit in Greece By gulliver travel

  in Travel | Published 2016-08-22 01:00:43 | 165 Reads | Unrated

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Greece is currently ranked among the top destinations to visit in Europe. This is due to its amazing plethora of ancient ruins, sunny beaches, whitewashed villages, friendly atmosphere, and tasty cuisine. Here is a closer look at the top best destinations to visit in Greece:

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Meteora

This is a great sight with spectacular cliffs, which rise well over 266 meters (1,200 feet) into the air. These cliffs overlook the villages of Kastraki and Kalambaka located in the north central of Greece’s mainland. The historical monasteries that are perched along the summits make these cliffs even more incredible.

Delphi

This destination is also among the most popular archaeological sites in Greece. It comes second after the Acropolis in Athens and is located nearby, just along the slopes of Mount Parnassus.

Crete

Crete is the largest and more spacious island in Greece. The landscapes range from rugged mountains to stunning coastlines and are covered with olive trees. Additionally, this island also bears some archaeological traces of the various civilizations, which inhabited it long-long time ago.

Thessaloniki

It is the second largest city in Greece and serves as the capital city of the Macedonian region along the northern part of Greece. It is well known for its social events and lively festivals. The city is also a commercial district and the historical center, and therefore it has both historical and modern attractions such as White Tower, Turkish baths, and Byzantine walls.

Santorini

Besides the Cyclades group, this destination is one of the most picturesque across the globe. It consists of many villages such as Oia and Fira that cling to the cliff sides overlooking the turquoise sea. One amazing thing in these villages is that there are several zigzagging steps ascending and winding through the rows of tiny pretty houses and cobblestone lanes with blue-domed roofs.

Athens

This is yet another amazing destination in Greece. Athens has been in existence for over 3,000 years and it is known as the birthplace of democracy and the cradle of western civilization. It’s also popular for its archaeological monuments and ruins like the Ancient Agora and Acropolis.

Peloponnese

Traditionally, this destination was known as Morea, which stands for ‘mulberry leaf’. It is located in the southern part of both Greece and Europe. This place has also plenty of historical sights and remnants of ancient cultures.

CORFU

Corfu is a great and famous yachting destination in Greece situated in the Adriatic Sea. Apart from being immersed in the Greek mythology, this destination also reflects the diverse architectural and cultural influences of the various foreign empires, which ruled it for many years.

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