That’s all! You’ve just bought a ticket to Greece. So, what comes next? Regardless of whether you will have to wait a few more days, weeks, or months, you may begin to prepare. Of course, there isn’t a checklist that will tell you what to carry, such as a plug adapter because Greek electrical outlets are 220 volts. No, we’re going to provide you with some useful travel information that you should be aware of before visiting Greece because being prepared is always a good thing.
Keep in mind that cash is king
Greece, unlike the rest of Europe, has a cash-based economy, so pack plenty of cash. If not, ATMs can be located, particularly in major cities; but, on lesser-known islands, where many restaurants and businesses do not accept credit cards, this may be an issue.
Plan ahead of time
Unfortunately, Greece is not properly prepared or organized for disabled people. If you have special needs or are traveling with someone who does, book a handicapped room or cabin as soon as possible at hotels and ferries.
Be Wary When Driving
You should be warned that Greeks drive aggressively, especially in Athens. Proceed with caution if you intend to rent a car.
Except for airport flights, taxis in Greece are reasonably priced. Taxis, on the other hand, are available practically everywhere in the city. When you flag one down, the driver may inquire about your destination before deciding whether or not it is appropriate for him.
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