Athens is one of the largest and most ancient cities in Europe. The city is very rich historically and with the number of places that you need to visit and see, it can be quite a challenging trip. Athens has countless ancient architecture; from the abundant sightseeing to the joyous long walks and the mouth-watering street food, this city has a lot to offer to its visitors. As we all know, Athens is the capital of Greece, it is also historically recognized as the Cradle of Western Civilization and the Birthplace of Democracy. Getting the chance to visit a city like Athens, occupied with temples, statues of deities, and ancient ruins are a marvel that will keep you wondering how on earth this city has been there for over 3400 years. If you want to make the most out of your trip to Athens, read through our detailed travel guide.
I picked the island of Crete a little randomly — the flights were cheap, I needed a holiday, it wasn’t awfully far from Berlin, the Chania weather sounded like just what I needed, the gazillion Chania beaches were just the ticket, this little town called Loutro seemed too good to be true, and a Chania car rental cost peanuts. It do be a done deal, I thought. My friend Olga and I decided to wing it a little, flew right into Chania, decided on a cheap Chania airport car rental company, picked one of many affordable Chania hotels for the first three nights, and off we went on a whim.
If you’re looking for a yoga retreat in Greece, I’ve got you covered. For this guide, I have handpicked the best Greece currently has to offer in terms of health, wellness and yoga getaways, for yourself alone or as a couple.