Places of Interest
Greece is located on the southernmost edge of the Balkan Peninsula, where it enjoys a vast coastline and numerous islands spread across the Mediterranean, Ionian and Aegean Seas. Greece's ancient cultures contributed to the shaping of arts, philosophy, language, and sports. Greece draws in tourists and locals alike for cultural festivals including the Carnival, Yinekokratia, Teotoro Petras Festival and Anastenaria. Tourists can stay at luxurious hotels in Greece such as King George Palace, Porto Zante Villas and Spa, Divani Caravel Hotel Athens, as well as the Tharroe of Mykonos.
Greece Quick Picks and Tips
The Rodos Palace Hotel's International Conference Center can seat up to 3500 guests, with a five star ranking.
Located near most of the hotels in Greece are some of the most divine restaurants. The Taverna Vakchos, Taverna Skala, Spondi, and Plous Podilatou serve traditional Greek menus with finesse and sophistication.
The Mall Athens and the Mediterranean Cosmos are among the largest malls in Greece and carry most of the famous fashion and design lines, as well as famous restaurants. These malls can easily draw in crowds of tourists because of their proximity to hotels in Greece.
Major Points of Interest
Some of the famous historical landmarks are found in Greece. The Parthenon, Apollo's temple at Bassae, Olympia and the town of Mystras are just examples of Greece's cultural heritage.
The Olympic Stadium in Athens is Greece's largest stadium. Capable of seating 69,000 people, guests at a Greece hotel will find it a convenient place to go to and watch major games.