There’s more to explore in Greece
The best way to further understand and appreciate history is to witness existing ancient pieces. Fly now to Greece and walk through the remnants of the past.
Stroll through the spectacular sculptures of the capital city of Athens and explore its classic beauty. Imagine the Greek gods and goddesses scattered around this old yet beautiful city, holding great memories of the past. The Parthenon, one of its historical landmarks, is something worth feeling sentimental about. This is the best time of the year to visit Athens to experience their famous Athens and Epidaurus Festival. A festivity that showcases their culture through music, theater, and other amazing visual arts presentation, taking part in this festival is worth your time. Athens and Epidaurus Festival starts from July to August and it offers fun-filled activities for kids and grown-ups.
Explore Acropolis, which is also part of Athens, as it has pristine beaches which will let you enjoy fun activities such as beach volleyball and offers excellent accommodation to ensure the comfort of your stay. For those with kids, you can build sand castles and bond with your little ones all over the weekend and forget the chaos of city life.
Before the windmills, there was Cyclades; and it’s still present in Greece. Built around 12th to 13th century, these Cyclades were used in the Greek territory. Cyclades are the cylindrical version of windmills which they use in milling wheat and other crops. These gigantic wonders can mill up to 20-70 kilos of wheat per hour. As interesting as it is, witnessing these Cyclades should be included in your travel bucket list upon arriving in Greece.