Greece Travel Articles

 
Athens in Your Pockets – Pickpocketing in Athens, Greece
Athens in Your Pockets – Pickpocketing in Athens, Greece The pickpockets of Athens are waiting for their victims - the tourists. It's like an annual festival for redistribution of income.
Freedom or Death in Kalavryta – Greece, Europe
Freedom or Death in Kalavryta – Greece, Europe Hidden in the mountains of Greece's northern Peloponnese, Kalavryta offers vacationers unexpected attractions; it left Albert Englehardt with history lessons not soon forgotten.
Athens in Autumn – Greece, Europe

Margaret Leak gives us her first time visitor's impressions of Athens, Greece.

A September Deluge on the Island of Paros – Greece, Europe
A September Deluge on the Island of Paros – Greece, Europe

Setting out for morning shopping on the Greek island of Paros, friends ensure that Elle Madison returns with new shoes.

In Which I Take A Hamam – Greece, Europe
In Which I Take A Hamam – Greece, Europe Dana McMahan and friend, Holly, were pleased to have taken part in an experience they were quite certain no one else on their cruise ship had done that day.
On Aegean Waves – Ermoupolis, Syros, Greece, Europe
On Aegean Waves – Ermoupolis, Syros, Greece, Europe Ermoupolis - once famous for its buildings, wealth and cultural life - counts on the Aegean Sea for its own renaissance, writes Terje Raa.
The Luxury Tax – Asia, Europe, South America
Adam Jeffries Schwartz looks with humor at the dreaded luxury tax.
Spring Travels: Part II, Athens to Zagreb – Greece, Croatia, Europe
Sally J. Walton and friend, Judy, are on a whirlwind group tour - Athens to Zabreb - with lots of sightseeing in between.
Spring Travels: Part I, Crete to Athens – Crete, Athens, Greece, Europe
Sally J. Walton spent five weeks solo travelling from Crete to Athens. Her study of the language at home came in handy, she stayed at a few interesting places and met some unique individuals. Of cours
Journey of Drink Through Europe – London, Rome, Greece, Germany, Dublin, Scotland, Europe
When Fiona Sanguinetti left for Europe, she wanted to see the requisite cultural sites, but, more importantly, she wanted to mingle with the locals - what better way than in their drinking establishme