Did You Know?
80% of the country comprises mountains. Mount Olympus is the highest mountain at 2,917 m.
Greece has always had one of the most important geographical settings in the world; it lies at the crossroads of Europe, Africa, and Western Asia. This position gave it an inflow of tourists, maybe before tourism even became an industry. Modern tourism started developing around the 60s.
Today, Greece is continuously trying to remodel its tourism campaigns to attract tourists, which are just increasing in number. While there is no dearth of sights to see in this country, the top 9 are mentioned here.
The Acropolis of Athens and the medieval Daphni Monastery―both UNESCO World Heritage Sites―are situated in Athens. Odeon of Herodes Atticus, Temple of Olympian Zeus, Ancient Agora of Classical Athens, and the Panathenaic Stadium are some of the most important archaeological monuments of this city.
Delphi Archaeological Museum, situated at the foothill of the complex, is home to some of the most important artifacts of Delphi.
Mykonos, on the other hand, is famous for its nightlife. Also, don't forget to visit the sacred island of Delos, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
It is from here that the region was controlled. Kastellorizo, Symi, and Tilos are other important islands in the chain.
So, if you have waited long to make a trip to this glorious land, then this information must have given you some really good options to choose from.