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Travel Tuesdays: Greece

If you’ve ever watched Mamma Mia, you’ll know that Greece is not a trip you want to pass up. The pristine, blue waters, the contrast of white buildings (perfect for an Insta photo or two), the warm weather, and the food... we could literally go on forever.

Mykonos is an island known for its summer party scene. Here you’ll find beaches such as the Paradise Beach or Super Paradise, that have bars, music, and restaurants.

If you aren’t quite looking for a place to party, still be sure to stop by for it’s iconic row of 16th-century windmills, that rest on top of the hill above the town of Mykonos. Not to mention, here is where you’ll find some of the best Greek cuisine and seafood, such as a gyro, melopita, and kopanisti (spicy cheese).

Athens is home to the world-renowned Acropolis and the Acropolis museum. This is the greatest symbol of glory in ancient Greece and is a popular tourist attraction. The Acropolis is where you’ll also find the Parthenon temple.

Another must-see attraction is the National Archaeological Museum, which houses ancient sculptures, vases, and jewelry that were created during ancient Greek times.

If you’re a big history nerd, or are interested in politics, the Athenians were the ones that invented democracy (the law allowing every citizen to vote). Additionally, Athens has experienced every form of government.

Milos offers beautiful clear water and over 70 beaches. It’s a laid-back, beachy town, ideal for anyone looking for a little R&R. It’s also a great place if you are interested in island hopping, since it is in close proximity to the Cyclades islands (Santorini, Mykonos, Paros, and Naxos).

A fun fact about Milos is that it’s a volcanic island, so it is very rich in minerals and the mining of resources contributes greatly to the island’s wealth and culture. When you travel here, you’ll be able to experience it all first-hand with tours, info stops, and more.

This world-renowned beach is known for its unique moon-like granite, rock formations. These rocks were formed by the wind and sea, and are a must-see for anyone with a passion for photography.

Enjoy a seaside dinner at the Marina, with beautiful views. This charming, leisurely-paced town is great for people of all ages. Here you’ll find plenty of beaches, night life, shops, and restaurants.

To indulge in the culture, visit an olive oil farm, see the Zeus Cave, and Lassithi Plateau, or explore one of the wine routes!

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