Lonely Planet Greece

Lonely Planet Greece Discover Greece Get distracted by Acropolis views watching a startlit film at one of Athens open air cinemasMelt into a hot tub and chat to the locals amid the thickly forested Rhodopi MountainsRope u

  • Title: Lonely Planet Greece
  • Author: Paul Hellander Lonely Planet
  • ISBN: 9781741046564
  • Page: 236
  • Format: Paperback
  • Discover Greece Get distracted by Acropolis views watching a startlit film at one of Athens open air cinemasMelt into a hot tub and chat to the locals amid the thickly forested Rhodopi MountainsRope up and scale the monastery topped sandstone pinnacles of MeteoraDiscover your very own secret cove on Samos little visited eastern coast In This Guide Six expert authors, ovDiscover Greece Get distracted by Acropolis views watching a startlit film at one of Athens open air cinemasMelt into a hot tub and chat to the locals amid the thickly forested Rhodopi MountainsRope up and scale the monastery topped sandstone pinnacles of MeteoraDiscover your very own secret cove on Samos little visited eastern coast In This Guide Six expert authors, over 3000 hours of on the ground research, 169 maps, 147 gyros devouredNew full color sections cover the country s top experiences, off the beaten track delights, and architectural highlightsContent updated daily visit lonelyplanet for up to the minute reviews

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    1. will never forget a relaxing meal of unknown meat product and a lovely Classic Coke both of which were tossed to the ground in a mad dash around a harbour to catch a ferry boat stupid ferry ticket people did i mention the run was with 60 pound pack on? but never fear it was 12 hr overnight voyage (and my ticket was only a guarantee for a seat on the deck) but the ship had a pool - the night was saved!!! up until the moment one goes to dive into a pool with no water so i stole some seats and some [...]

    2. This book is definitely aimed for backpackers so if that isn't your type of vacation, another travel guide might be better suited for you. As the version I read dates from 2006 or so, I'll have to double-check some information but this is a great resource to start planning a trip. It is honest, well-written, and easy to follow. It addresses all the general questions you might have and gives information for many types of travellers, with all sorts of budget. Can't wait to stop reading about Greec [...]

    3. This book got me though Patras, Napflio, the Saronic Gulf Islands, Piraeus, Santorini, Crete, and Athens and was very useful and accurate. I booked hostels with this book and ate at a few of the recommended restaurants. I used the notes for resources when exploring Knosses and ancient Athens. This book has everything you would need for the Greek Islands, plus the rest of Greece - I would recommend it over getting an islands only guide.

    4. I found this book incredibly helpful while planning my trip to Greece. The book breaks the country up into smaller areas and then in those areas they are broken up into most of the cities and what they have to offer. They have a list of scams to be aware of and maps. I highly recommend this to anyone traveling to Greece.

    5. [2009.05] Helped with planning the Santorini and Athens (+ side trips) portion of our Spring-Summer 2009 Europe trip. The other resource we used for information was the Athens pages from Rick Steves' website.

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