Forgive me, because I'm starting this page while still currently in Greece. It's safe to say I am completely enamoured by everything that I have seen and done in this country and cannot recommend a holiday in Greece strongly enough.
Then there is Nafplion providing the ultimate trifecta - stunning beaches, engaging sites (including the Palamidi Fortress) and the kind of traditional cuisine that keeps you coming back for more - all at a very reasonable price.
A jaunt around Europe is not quite complete without time spent in Greece.
If you're holidaying on a shoestring, the Greek Islands are less than ideal. But it can be done. Read how to plan a holiday in Greece.
Small though it may be, visitors to Santorini have a few different options for where to stay. Between Fira, Imerovigli, Oia and Perissa, find out where to stay in Santorini.
With less than two days in Mykonos, we had the odds stacked against us. But I was intent on seeing four beaches in one day. And I did. Kind of.
When a local recommends you spend your first evening in Mykonos enjoying a sunset cocktail in Little Venice, you know exactly where you'll be when the sun goes down. Probably...
How many steps to Palamidi Fortress? More than enough. I'm not one for strenuous activity but when there's an epic view involved, I make an exception. This exception was well worth the sweat.
A trip to Athens would not be complete without a walk through the many galleries of the Acropolis Museum.
There's so much more to Greek cuisine than souvlaki and moussaka. Read through these delicious Greek dishes for your next trip to the mediterranean hotspot.
When you think Greek food, do you think souvlaki? What about gyros or kebab? Do you know the difference?
The Parthenon is probably the most well known site in Athens and for good reason. This Ancient has survived so much trauma - that it still stands is as close to a miracle as you can get.
Have you ever had that, 'This is the best meal I've ever eaten' moment? Have you ever gone back to a place in search of it? This is for you.
Athens is a historical minefield. For anyone with even a cursory interest in history, the city is utopia.