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    Flights to Greece

    Greece, officially known as The Hellenic Republic, is undoubtedly the land of ancient sites and archeological treasures: the Acropolis in Athens, the amphitheater of Epidaurus or the reconstructed palace at Knossos, just to name a few of them. But Greece is much more than this: spectacular natural sites, modern museums and luxury resorts.

    • Athens

      Athens is an essential tourist destination - it’s rich in major historical monuments, literature and culinary tradition.

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    • Heraklion

      The main city on the island of Crete, Heraklion is the fourth largest city in Greece and the birthplace of Minoan civilisation. On this island, myth meets history and the mountains meet the sea offering you an unforgettable travel experience. Whether you’re looking for a trip back in time, a relaxing break on beautiful beaches, or simply want to enjoy the city’s wild nightlife in modern bars, restaurants and clubs, Heraklion offers you everything you are looking for.

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    • Rhodes

      Rhodes, the largest of the Dodecanese islands in Greece, is everything you’d want from a beach destination. On the island, you’ll find intriguing ancient remnants, wild pinewood forests inland and, of course, a wonderful coastline.

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    • Thessaloniki

      Thessaloniki is the second largest city in Greece and the capital of the Greek region of Macedonia. Co-reigning capital of the Byzantine Empire, alongside Constantinople, Thessaloniki became one of the most important trading hubs of southeast Europe and has retained that status up until today.

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