Hotels in Greece
How to Find the Best Greece Hotels with Venere
Greece is an eternally popular destination with all sorts of travellers, with its thousands of years of history, golden unspoiled beaches, and beautiful islands. Many tourists flock to Athens with its ancient marvels, but don't forget the other fascinating cities. Wherever you explore, Venere take care of a key detail of your vacation - accommodation. Rest assured we will find you a place to stay in the Land of Charm that caters to your exact requirements, and searching is easy thanks to features like customer reviews, maps of the local area, and photographs of a typical room. Whether you're a young couple off on a romantic city break, or a family planning your big summer vacation, let Venere help you have the trip of a lifetime.
What's Greece Like?
Greece has an abundance of wonders. In Athens alone, we have the Parthenon, a marvel of engineering designed to withstand millennia and the magnificent Acropolis. Sports fans will be in their element at the Panathenaic Stadium, the original Olympic arena from 566 BC, which has been nicely updated to the modern era and offers a full range of sporting facilities. For another opportunity to get active, hike to the summit of Mount Lycabettus at 908 feet for incredible views over the sea and the city with its many Greek hotels. Away from the capital, Mystras is as mysterious as its name, a former center of the Byzantine Empire that was abandoned in 1832, leaving an eerie collection of ruins. Myrtos beach, with its brilliant turquoise water and white pebble beach, is a top spot for sun-seekers and should not be missed.
Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Greece
If you're visiting in the summer, temperatures peak between mid-July and mid-August, and to really fit in with the locals you should get in your sightseeing in the morning and then spend the afternoon taking it easy, perhaps around the pool which many Greek hotels offer. Greeks are a very easygoing people and value their leisure time highly. You shouldn't be too formal in interactions, as Greeks act quite familiar even with strangers. However, don't haggle in shops; it will cause offense except if you're somewhere like Athens' Monastiriki market. For eating, there are many delicious seafood options (such as grilled octopus) and other famous dishes like the eggplant-based moussaka. For dress code, women must have shoulders covered in church and both sexes should cover their knees. One thing not to worry about is accommodation, as Venere have this covered, so you can relax.