That’s it! You’ve just purchased a flight to Greece. So, what’s next? Despite the fact that you will have to wait a few more days, weeks, or months to arrive, you may begin to prepare. Of course, this isn’t a checklist that will advise you on what to bring, such as a plug adaptor because electrical outlets in Greece operate at 220 volts. No, we’re going to provide you with some helpful travel advice that you should know before coming to Greece because being prepared is always a good idea.

1. Remember That Cash Is King

Greece, unlike other European countries, has a cash-based economy, therefore bringing plenty of cash. If not, ATMs can be found, especially in the heart of major cities; but, on lesser-known islands, where many restaurants and enterprises do not take credit cards, this may be a problem.

2. Be Sure To Plan Ahead

Greece, unfortunately, is not well equipped or structured for disabled persons. If you have special requirements or are traveling with someone who does, reserve a handicapped room or cabin at hotels and ferries as soon as possible.

3. Be Vigilant When Driving

You should be aware that Greeks, particularly in Athens, drive aggressively. If you plan on hiring an automobile, proceed with caution.

4. Be Taxi-Smart

Except for airport flights, taxi costs in Greece are rather inexpensive. Taxis, on the other hand, may be found almost anywhere in the city. Once you’ve flagged one down, the driver may inquire about your destination before choosing whether or not it’s suitable for him.

Source: the culture trip