Welcome to Harry's Greece Travel Guide
HGTG has been helping travellers to Greece for over 12 years and works directly with one of Greece most respected and responsible travel agencies. I invite you to contact them with your questions without obligation and receive personal attention and rest easy. They have tons of experience in covering all the bases for you and its difficult to surprise them. They know everything there is to know and then some.
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To get answers all you have to do is tell them your dates, the number in your party and if you have some itinerary plans or simply peruse a list of their packages and tried and true practical suggestions be you solo, couple or family. They have a large selection of luxury 5 star Accommodation, and 4 and 3 star as well. You'll be glad you did. Tell them Harry sent you!
Greece's main museums and archaeological sites Hours Expanded
Greece's main museums and archaeological sites will remain open seven days a week, from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., during the summer, Prime Minister Antonis Samaras confirmed on Tuesday. The new timetable, which will run from April 1 to October 31, 2014 has been in the works for some time and will apply at 33 key sites and museums such as the Parthenon in Athens, Ancient Olympia in the Peloponnese, Knossos on Crete and Akrotiri in Santorini. The 33 site picks account for 95 percent of total annual visitors to museums and ancient sites.
Everyone has their own idea of what Greece travel means to them so to help you get started, I made it as easy as I could to find the major sites and fun spots too! Destinations on and off the main routes you should be considering seeing or learning about in the menu at the top of every page.
Tip One: See Athens on the return leg of your journey to the Greek islands to avoid ferry cancellations due to the annual Meltemi winds.
Arrange to arrive in Athens early in the morning to make your ferry other wise spend the night.
Want to know how to take the metro to get to Piraeus from the "ATH" airport? (Allow 2 hours minimum please!)
Tip Two: That's me 'chillin out' at the Oracle of Delphi where you don't need the Pythoness to tell you that early in the a.m. - which in order to avoid the throngs, for all major Ancient Greek classical sites is your target time - you need a windbreaker even in August.
YOU NEED A WINDBREAKER Greece is windy and don't let anybody tell you different.
It can and does get chilly at night even in summer AND especially on islands
where the wind can blow for days at a time and frequently does!
Especially in the spring and summer! Aeolos the Greek wind God gets in your face.
There is a good reason for the The aptly named Tower of Winds at the very end of Aeolos street at the feet of the Parthenon
in Athens Historic district known as the Plaka.
The DAY TRIPS link in the menu above offers many attractions around Athens in a myriad of different ways among which I can recommend the four day tour to Delphi - its a decent value and you can meet people if you want - check out the Delphi Museum snaps I took!
Tip Three: Sensible shoes/sandals and a hat you can fold up and even swim with while so accoutered are among the first things you should pack! See more Greece summer or winter packing tips. For stuff to buy here including clothes and souvenirs click.
Info concerning Greece's top classical sights, 5 Athens walking tours, easy to read Athens walking tour maps, shopping tips and suggestions and a Greece museum guide to the best of the the over 100 museums in Greece. There is also a complete Greek food guide including street and fast food tips! At some point you are going to need a map so click here for over 100 maps to do with Greece.
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