Greece is located in the South-Eastern part of Europe, with its 10,75 million citizens, and shares boarders with Albania, Makedonia, Bulgaria and Turkey.
Acroplis in Athens
In fact, there are several acropolises in the country, but the most well-known is located in the capital of the country, Athens.
Acropolis is today one of the country’s biggest tourist attractions, and can only be visited on foot – and if you are in the capital, this attraction is hard to get around.
Being close to the Acropolis is like travelling back in time, and what you can visit which is nearby too, is “Plaka”. This is a old Greek town, with narrow streets and a maze-like street. If you will visit this place, you can get the experience of how ancient Greece was.
What you also can find in Athens, are several museums, which contains archeology or art and helps provide people to get an insight into the history of the city and the country.
The Greek islands also offer beautiful sightseeing’s. Right from Knossos in Crete to Kolossos statue in Rhodos and Kos.
In addition, most of the islands offer fantastic beaches, which are an attraction itself.
Up to several places, it is also possible to see how Greece and the different islands have defended themselves against the Turks, Osmans and others who were interested in the country’s central location between Africa, Europe and the Middle East.
When you know which parts of the country you want to visit, the sights are not hard to spot!