Welcome to the Ultimate Greece Travel Guide For Tourists! * * *FREE GIFT INSIDE – How to Learn Any Foreign Language 300% FASTER* * * Are you planning to travel to Greece soon, or would you like to someday? In that case, you’ve come to the right place! It’s such a good idea to prepare yourself before leaving. Aren’t you excited? Most likely than not, you are! Maybe you have already formed a vague idea of what the travel experience will imply, and maybe it feels a bit overwhelming. You see, when it comes to travelling we are ALL in the same game, and yet most people don’t realize it. Most people don’t even take the time to prepare themselves in advance, and just wish for the best once they have arrived! Most people aren’t aware of some of the most amazing places Greece can offer… And it’d be such a pity to miss them! That’s precisely why we desperately need the RIGHT travel guide first. There’s no point in going from here to there without a proper guide. I admit it: I used to travel like that a long time ago. It took me a lot of time to create the mindset of an experienced traveler. It took lots of time to incorporate the tips and hacks that ended up shaping the way I travel! And now, I’m willing to share those secrets with you! I wrote this book specifically thinking in you: the tourist, the traveller, the free spirit who dares to go beyond the limits of their own country. I wrote this book to show you how you can have an absolutely amazing experience while you are in Greece. I will tell you where you should go, eat, sleep, and of course, party! You see, I may not know you, but I know something about you: both you and me are alike. We like to prepare ourselves. We like to incorporate solid knowledge before we dive in. And I know you won’t just settle for average travel guides! I know you are looking for something better; something that will truly help you down the road: a book with real life tips, recommendations, useful travel hacks and data… everything you may need in your trip. You’ve just found what you were looking for! Hey, I’m not saying this will be an absolute walk in the park. You’ve got to trust me throughout the pages. With these tips, rest assured that you’ll have a blast in Greece! I’m a modern person. I’m aware of the world we live in, and I don’t want to waste your time. So, don’t worry! I’ve got you covered. We’ll go through almost EVERYTHING you need to know for your trip, and we will APPLY all this knowledge using down to earth guidelines. Because that’s what’s all about, isn’t it? It’s about living life like practical people. Going straight for the good part, never losing the focus on what’s really important and useful. My goal is simple. I will help you prepare your trip to Greece, transforming it into absolutely amazing experience. I will help you simplify your path, showing you exactly where the best places are. Sounds too difficult? It’s not. I will show you how. I will take you through a step by step guide where you simply can’t get lost! Together, we will go to the roots of Greece and you will end up LOVING every bit of it! So let’s go for it!
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Panoramic view of the ancient theatre of Epidaurus. The theatre continues to be used for staging performances, including ancient Greek plays. Photo by Hansueli Krapf.
As one of the gateways to mainland Europe, Greece may be home to thousands of immigrants — but at the moment, it’s not a particularly happy one. Many spend their days trying to escape the xenophobia and erratic immigration policies that characterise Greece at a time of deep financial crisis. More often than not, the migrants look to the West — to countries like the UK or Germany — where they feel they will be able to lead richer, happier lives.
However, even if certain sections of Greek society would rather rid their country of immigrants, EU law means that’s easier said than done. What do you do when you’re trapped in a country that doesn’t want you?
VICE discovered that, for some, the latest route to a better life was on foot — on an increasingly well-worn path from Greece into Macedonia, Serbia and on into Hungary.