Enjoying a predominantly sunny climate, Greece is hugely popular with sun-seekers the world over, and it’s easy to see why. Home to many ruins dating back to Ancient Greece, the Balkan nation has so much to enthral history enthusiasts including sites like the Acropolis, while many monuments to the country’s timeline exist in the museums of Athens.
Greek cuisine makes the most of the weather – recipes such as taramasalata, moussaka and gyros all use ingredients that are hard to grow further north. Meanwhile, the islands of Crete and Rhodes offer a world of excitement for anyone who wants to get away from the hectic nature of the Greek mainland.
You may have to pay a toll charge on some motorways. Fortunately, you can make cash payments at most of them.
If given a fine in Greece on the roads for whatever reason, you don’t have to pay them off straight away.
If you have a camera with you during an accident, you’re expected to take photos of anyone involved in the accident and any road damage such as potholes.