Known for its ancient culture, famous archeological sites and significant influence on the arts, Greece is one of the world's most popular tourist destinations. Marvel at the impressive ruins and tour the Acropolis, Delphi or Epidaurus Theater. Checkout major museums like the Acropolis Museum and the Museum of Contemporary Art. Stay active and climb Mount Olympus or go spelunking at Melissani Cave. Take a walking tour through Athens or wander through Santorini's charming and iconic white villages with blue roofs. From the hilltop monasteries of Meteora to the site of the ancient Olympics to Psarou Beach in Mykonos, your time in Greece will be filled with plenty of picturesque moments.Time Zone: UTC +2 hoursOfficial Language: GreekOther Languages: English (common in tourism fields)Currency: EuroEntry Requirements: Valid passportBest Times to Visit: Summer
Hot sun, warm seas, charming beaches and a diverse landscape make the Greek Islands a fantastic place to honeymoon. When you're not basking in the sun along Greece's extensive coastlines and islands cradled by the Aegean, Ionian, and Mediterranean Seas, head to Athens and experience the vibrant nightlife and entertainment at a Greek dinner and dancing show. Choose to stay at an all-inclusive resort or in multiple cities known for their timeless romance and honeymoon packages.
Destination Weddings in Greece
From a pristine Greek Island wedding to a reception in the bustling city of Athens to saying "I do" in one of the historic Catholic or Greek Orthodox churches, Greece promises you an array of options for your destination wedding. Choose an all-inclusive wedding package enjoy your perfect day without worry. Packages may include the wedding cake, ceremony and even your honeymoon stay.
Climate & Weather
The weather in Greece ranges tremendously based on its geographical differences between the mainland, mountains and coastal areas. However, most of Greece enjoys a semi-arid Mediterranean climate with plenty of sunshine, mild temperatures and lower rainfall averages. Summer days are hot, dry and cooled by the Meltemi winds. Winters brings snowfall to the mountains.