Greece Flights Guide

Greece sits on the Balkan peninsula's southernmost tip and is made up of 6000 islands with a long history and ancient culture. Santorini isn't just for romantics as the architecture and beauty will appeal to everyone. The Acropolis in Athens is stunning from any corner of the city while Little Venice in Mykonos is perfect for those who love the nightlife. Greece is known for its beaches and Elia Beach, Kolymbithres Beach, and Myrtos Beach are among the most beautiful. Catch a show at Delphi Theatre dating back to 4th century BC.

Eleftherios Venizelos International Airport in Athens suburb is the country's largest and busiest airport handling most of the country's international flights along with Makedonia International in Thessaloniki. Greece's primarily Mediterranean climate brings hot, dry summers and mild, wet winters throughout most coastal areas while Northwestern Greece's mountains make for an Alpine climate with snow. The climate in some of northern Greece including East Macedonia has a temperate climate with regular thunderstorms in the summer.
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