Hellenic Republic

Currency: EUR
Calling Code: 30
Capital: Athens
Region: Europe
Subregion: Southern Europe
Languages: ell : Greek
Area 131990

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Business Class to Greece

Europe     Greece     Athens     Thessaloniki     Heraklion     Corfu

Cheap Business Class Flights to Greece

If you are flying to Greece you should probably think carefully about Business Flights to Greece for your journey since travel to Greece from most cities in the US takes a long period of time. Flying in a Business class seats to Greece will improve the quality of your travel experience greatly and make your flight pleasant and comfortable. Yet a lot of people think that business tickets to Greece are very high priced. Although there is a very high chance that you can find great business class discounts, it depends on where you look for them. If you cannot find a cheap flight to Greece on airline's websites, you can always call an airlines consolidator to save thousands. Way To FLy has contracts with airlines and they can get you a great Deal on Business class flight to Greece and numerous other destinations.

Snapshot

cheap business class to greece

Greece is the country that has everything: warm beaches, nice weather, hospitable people, legendary history, influantial literature, beautiful architecture and what not. Greece consists of many islands, that offer tourists different types of activities and attractions that anyone will find fascinating. Greece is the combination of historical monuments, natural sites and contemporary charm. The country makes the perfect place for vacation. Greeks has their own way of doing business, most of the time it is a family business or they prefer to work with good friends, with people they can trust. During the business meetings it is ok to interrupt and not to have only one speaker. Business appointments should be scheduled 1 or 2 weeks in advance, and not during the lunch time, however sometimes it is possible. Greeks can do business in the office, in the restaurant etc. Take these tips into the consideration when you fly business class to Greece.

Best Time To Greece Fly Business Class

Easter until June

Tourist Atractions in Greece

Acropolis Museum was open in 2009 and it hosts findings from the Rock of the Acropolis.
The highest mountain of Greece is Olympia; it used to be the home of Gods according to the ancient Greek religion.
Greek Easter in Corfu: priests in glorious attire, midnight church services, sweet breads, coloured eggs
Escape to Piraeus, easily reachable by the Metro, and have dinner at one of the pricy but charming seaside taverns of Microlimano.

Popular Activities in Greece

Take a stroll around the safest capital in the world! The boutiques will stay open late so will the taverns.
Book a trip to Cape Sounion and the Temple of Poseidon. it is favourite sunset-viewing spot that will plunge you in the atmosphere of the classical Grece and will give you a marvelous sea view.
Syntaga Square also known as Constitution Square has the most expensive hotels in Athens. The Parliament Building is situated here as well.
have a wandering hour about the Aragon, the ex center of athletic, artistic, spiritual and political life of the city.

In Flight

Books: The Greek Mythology books and the Third Wedding by Costas Taktsis, it will help you understand the value of the family for Greeks.
Music: Syrtaki, popular Greek dance or Sakis Rouvas
Movies Clash of the Titans, or Troy that has very contoversary reviews

Complete your visit to Greece With:

Taste: saganaki (fried cheese); gemistes (stuffed peppers), spanokopita (spinach pastry); soutzoukakia (meatballs); Greek salad, dolmadakia grapevine leaves stuffed with rice and vegetables; meat is also often included.They also have very tasty fish dishes.
Drink ouzo (grape brandy with anise); retsina (wine with resin); Mataxa (the mixture of brandy and Greek wines); local liquers; Greek coffee

Words To Learn

Yamas (Cheers)

Greece is Known For:

The Acropolis; Kalamata olives; Syrtaki; Mitaxa; white-washed villages; Homer; myths and fables of classical antiquity

Factoid

The first theatre was built in 55 B.C. by Julius Ceasar.

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