Greece has it all, beaches, mountains and history.  The first sophisticated Greek society grew up on the island of Crete about 2500 BC. We know this civilization as the Minoan civilization who made tools and weapons from bronze. Ancient Greece included both city and country, which still to this day can be seen. There is a wonderful balance between modern cities and beautiful natural wonders. These wonders include caves, volcanoes, gorges, craters and natural lakes.  Travelling Greece can enable you to experience and explore these wonders, More info can be found beyond this article at

Metsovo is a city in northern Greece, just outside the Ioannina. It is enjoyed all year round by tourists and locals. From lakes to skiing mountains you won’t find dreary view anywhere. During the summer you can go for a dip in Aoos Springs lake which is found in north of Metsovo. If you’re travelling in winter, why not enjoy skiing in Anillio at Anilio Ski centre. Depending on the activities you want to do, there is no specific number of days required to thoroughly enjoy your stay as it can as little as a day or as long as 2 weeks.

If you’re a more of a party animal Mykonos town is great to enjoy yourself. On a Greek island in the Aegean Sea, this city offers you a choice of secluded beaches or wide stretch beach to suit your needs, pebbled or white sand beaches overlooking the ocean. Defiantly no should miss the opportunity to watch the sunset on one of those beaches. From nightclubs to restaurants there is more to Mykonos town than you thought. You can find the cluster of five windmills on the town’s coastline to snap that photo. This destination would only need a week to fully enjoy wild nights out and to rest while you explore the historic town.

Picturesque whitewashed buildings are one of the most well know places in the world. You can find this in a town called Oia on Santorini island. Don’t forget your glasses, this vibrant city will leave you in awe during the day and evening. Crowds gather to witness the amazing sunset in the evening. This vibrant city has a fascinating history reaching deep into the past of the volcanic eruption of 1613 BC. You can learn more about the history of this amazing island by just driving around 25 min to Thira to the Museum of Prehistoric Thira. One week will be plenty to enjoy and explore Oia.

If you want a picturesque city, perhaps you can consider going to Fiskardo. It is on the Ionian island of Kefalonia. This beautiful town is home to pebbled beaches and sun kissed coves, which was untouched by a 1953 earthquake. Venetians built colourful house when they ruled and left their architectural style. The picturesque city is not only above but below. You can scuba dive in crystal clear waters to explore the best views Fiskardo offers. You can find several scuba diving schools/shops on the Fiskardo beach. This is a more peaceful holiday which can be enjoyed for any duration.

Athens has some famous monuments and ruins, like the Acropolis or the Parthenon. This amazing historic city can be found in central Greece and to enjoy all the ancient ruins in Athens 5 days is a good amount of time to spend to do so. Athens most famous landmark can be found on a rocky outcrop. Athens offers lots of archaeological sites to the seekers of ancient civilization. With less tourist Temple of Hephaestus is the best preserved ancient Greek temple in the world dedicated to god of metalworking and fire. This is truly a well-preserved ancient city in the world.

These places are incredible for any to visit. Greek cities can dramatically vary from mountains to golden beaches, to accommodate anyone who is looking for the most picturesque cities. Mestovo offers natural mountains and lakes to visit and enjoyed. Mykonos town is right by the beach with a very lively nightlife. Oia can be described as a vibrant city centre. Fiskardo is best described as picturesque and Athens is the most historic city with beautiful ruin from ancient civilization. Greece offers a variety of cities to suit anyone’s needs and wants.


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