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Getting to Athens

on: 25/10/2012

300px-Acropolis and odeonGetting to Athens

Throughout the year millions of visitors getting to Greece and Athens. For the majority of them, the best way to arrive to Athens is by air, but there are, or course, the alternative routes by train, car or ferry boats which leave from various  ports of Italy  like  Venice, Ancona, Bari , Brindisi and Otranto as well as the train journey through the Balkan Peninsula. Visitors to Athens and Greece in general from the European Union countries and Schengen countries ( Sweden, France, Germany, Iceland, Italy, Greece, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, Spain, Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland) do not need a visa and they can travel with their ID's. For more information about visa requirements you should visit the local Greek Consulates and Embassies

Why Choose Greece for Medical Healthcare

Greece medical tourism dates back to early Grecian times when people from all over the world would flock to this region to experience the healing waters of Greece. This country features over 1400 different islands with clear blue waters and white sand beaches. Not only is Greece a beautiful place to relax, but it is ranked fourteenth by the World Health Organization (WHO) as one of the best medical systems in the world.

Why Choose Greece for Healthcare

History of Greece

on: 24/10/2012

Today’s visitors to Greece have the opportunity to trace the “fingerprints” of Greek history from the Paleolithic Era to the Roman Period in the hundreds of archaeological sites, as well as in the archaeological museums and collections that are scattered throughout the country.

The first traces of human habitation in Greece appeared during the Paleolithic Age (approx. 120000 - 10000 B.C.).

During the Neolithic Age that followed (approx. 7000 - 3000 B.C.), a plethora of Neolithic buildings spread throughout the country. Buildings and cemeteries have been discovered in Thessaly (Sesklo, Dimini), Macedonia, the Peloponnese, etc.

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