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Where Planning a Trip to Greece is Almost as Fun as Going There

Matt BarrettHi. Welcome to Greece Travel for 2015, my 20th Season of writing my Greece Travel Guides. This is the index for all my Greece Travel websites. I attempted to organize it so that people would not get lost so easily and even though some say it is fun to be lost, occasionally you need a place to come back to and get your bearings. This is that place. This is the main index and the links below are secondary indexes which lead to thousands of other pages. You may want to save this page to your favorite places so you can find it again. If you have any questions or can't decide what you want to do or you can't find a page that you were looking for you can always e-mail me. If you enjoy using my Greece Guides and find this page useful please share it with your friends on Facebook and Google+ by using the buttons at the bottom of this, and other pages throughout my Greece websites.


Why Visit Greece?

Greek travel ferry
Greece Travel Guides

Greek Island beach
Greek Islands

Parthenon, Athens
Athens Survival Guide

Peloponessos, Greece
Mainland Greece

Greek wine barrels
Matt's Essential Greece Info

Greek travel agents
Travel Agents & Tours

Greek hotel swimming pool
Hotels in Greece

Acropolis, Athens
History of Greece

Greek fishing boat
Articles, Stories & Info

Greek salad
Greek Food

Kea, Greece
Greece Photos

Molyvos, Lesvos
Guide to Lesvos

Cruise boat
Greek Cruises

Greek island villa
Villas in Greece

Sailboats in Greece
Sailing in Greece

Donkey, tourists, greek island
Create-Your-Greece-Itinerary

Istanbul turkey
Turkey

Greece ferry boat
All Matt's Travel Sites

Plato and Athena, Athens
Frequently Asked Questions

Kefalonia, Greece
Greece Itinerary Suggestions

Matt, Kea, Greece
Matt's Greece Blog

Greece Book cover
Spearfishing in Skatahori E-Book

Childen in Greece
Traveling with Children

Greek honeymoon
Honeymoon in Greece

Greek dancers
Greek Weddings

winter in greece
Off-Season Travel

Geece T-shirt
Greece T-Shirts

Savopoulos Laika music
Greek Music

Greek comic
Matt's Greek Comics

See the Chinese version of my Greece Travel Guide at 希腊旅游手册

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My Greece Travel Guide began as a hobby in 1995 and since then it has grown in popularity and size.  99% of the material in my guides was written by myself. I don't have a staff. I took all the photos with the exception of some of the historical ones. I update the site continuously so unlike a guidebook I don't have to wait for the next printing to fix a mistake. People have been asking me how they can contribute. First of all you can contribute by using the agencies I recommend, found on my  Travel Agents Page. Without their support this site could not exist. Another way to contribute is to help spread the word about my Greece Travel Guides. Tell your friends. Tell your family. Tell strangers on the travel bulletin boards. If you have your own website or blog make a link.  If you are on Facebook or Google+ you can use the button at the bottom of this and many of the other pages. The only way I can compete with the big commercial sites is with your help. If you plan to book hotels on your own without the use of a travel agent you can go through my Booking.com affiliate page which I get a small commission from. You can also buy one of my Greece Travel T-shirts which will enable you to get discounts in shops and restaurants in Greece.

You can read what others have said about my Greece Guides and the travel agencies and services on my Testimonials Pages

Remember if you have any questions about services, itineraries, problems or anything having to do with Greece or if you are looking for something on the site and can't find it you can e-mail me and I will respond quickly. There is no fee. All info is Free. 
I hope to see you in Greece!
Matt Barrett

Why Donate to My Greece Travel Guides?

The answer is that you shouldn't. I don't need the money. But the people of Greece need your help, especially now and I know that people who use my website would donate money if they knew who to donate to and how.  SOS Children's Villages help children who have lost their parents or are homeless for other reasons. There is no better time to donate than now because with the economic crisis in Greece they need donations more than ever. You can visit their website to read about their work and then donate by bank transfer or following the link to paypal. You can mention my site if you like.

About SOS Children's Villages
SOS On-line Donation Page

  

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