We're going on honeymoon to Crete, just south of Rethymno in the hills, with our 5 month old baby in a couple of weeks, and had a few questions.
I wondered if it's possible to buy Aptamil baby formula powder out there, or whether we need to take it from here. Also wondering about pampers nappies. And finally, I'm still breastfeeding and wondered what the feeling was in Crete about breastfeeding in public.
If anyone has any thoughts or experience of these I'd much appreciate your advice.
I have nearly 8 hours (in total) connection in Athens. Both of my flights are to/from Eleftherios Venizelos. I land in Athens at 8 AM. I understand that I am limited on time and prefer to take my time easily and not to rush from one place to another. So I wonder if anyone could suggest me on some interesting place to see and a good place to eat (preferably vegan friendly) before I board my next flight. Thanks!
I'm currently on Santorini, trying to decide where to head next before flying back from Athens next Monday afternoon. My original plan was Naxos, but I'm longing for a bit more vegetation to be honest, and so Poros seems like a sensible bet. I'm open to other suggestions though.
What's the best way to find accommodation on arrival ? I'd rather not stay in Poros Town but somewhere quiete on Kalavria. A few tavernas, decent bus links to town, and somewhere to swim - not necessarily…
I visited the above three islands during Easter 2015 and have written a report about the following places:
Allegro Music Bar
La Casa (restaurant)
Visit to the archaeological site of Ancient Delos with Delos Tours
Caldera Edge Walk
Art Space (winery & art gallery)
Mama's House (restaurant)
Pelican Café & Wine Restaurant
I am a 60 year old female solo traveller
I am planning a trip to Greece in April and thinking of the mainland and Crete
I'm not interested in swimming etc though I do like beaches in the off season
I am choosing this time for the flora and fauna
I will have 2-3 weeks
Also want the cultural aspects, visit ruins, maybe take in a cooking course and some hiking ( though nothing too strenuous)
Hope to get around a by public transport - don't fancy driving in Greece
Have done a bit of research and realise…
Hi there, I am a budget backpacker who is currently in Turkey. I think I have been traveling long enough that being a tourist and merely visiting sites is becoming rather repetitive and insipid. In fact, I never cared much for it anyway. Visiting the mosques in Istanbul was OK, but all in all, its just looking and taking photos before moving on to the next checklist item. I sure loved Vietnam! It had many naturally beautiful things to see but it was easy to become part of the stream, meeting…
Hi, we are travelling to Greece mid-october, with a rental exploring the mainland towards the North.
The Zagorohoria area looks absolutely stunning and is high on our list.
How cold can it get though in October? Will it be nice and sunny, warm days but chilly (freezing) nights? Or wet and miserable all the time? (My guess would be: weather is unpredictable in October, but yeah, hoping for some general indications.)
All the villages look nice, with an amazing offer of accommodation. Any personal…
I'm coming to Athens for a tango festival 9 - 11 October and then have 5 days to lie on a beautiful beach somewhere to sleep, swim, read and eat good food.
No energy for sightseeing really, just relaxing for a change.
Can anyone recommend where to go please?
I thought an island easy to reach from Athens would be best?
I'll be travelling for 2 weeks in Central - Northern Greece at the end of October -early November. If possible, I'd like some feedback about my planned itinerary and mostly, if you know of any cheap accommodation in the area:
- Arriving late afternoon
- Travelling to Trikala (for Meteora region)
- Pyli or other villages around - Trikala
- travel to Metsovo
- travel to Ioannina
- Travel to Delphi
- See Delphi -…
I am Kamal from Pakistan. I would like to go on a road trip by hitchhiking or in as less amount of money as I can., I plan to go from Thessaloniki to Milan via Tirana, Pristina, Podgorica, Sarajevo, Belgrade, Zagreb, Ljubljana and Milan in about 3 weeks time in end November. Well I have residence in Italy so according to IATA , i think I do not need a visa for any of these countries except Macedonia which then I decided to quit from the list.
I have number of queries here.