Are you headed out on one of our Greek tours? Wondering what you should pack? What food you should try? Or how much money you should bring with you? We’ve got you covered!
Weather: Fall – 61-75° F | Winter – 46-57° F | Spring – 54-69° F | Summer – 73-90° F
Currency: € Euro
Cash or card: Cash
Exchange Rate: $1 = €.85
What that really means: $20 = €17.05 Euro
€2 will buy you: Souvlaki
€ to bring per day: €25
Summer Packing list: bathing suit, walking shoes, hat, sunscreen,
We wish we packed: aloe, flip-flops/water shoes, the sand is HOT
We wish we left behind: Huge suitcase, it’s just not worth it over the cobblestones.
Winter Packing List: Rain jacket, closed toe shoes, light sweater
We wish we packed: Sunglasses
We should wish we left behind: Shorts… we were a little too hopeful.
Average cost of lunch: €10-15
Tipping: Usually just round up. Make sure you leave it on the table or give it directly to the waiter.
Atmosphere: Busy, but relaxed
The best place to have lunch: Street vendors! “The Street food is legit”
You HAVE to try: Baklava, Gyro, Greek Salad
Total spend on souvenirs: €75
Coolest thing you bought: Really cool shoes, greek spices, and olive oil soap.
Free time: Take a walk. There are so many tiny side streets to get lost in–you never know what you’ll find!
Hidden gems: Mykonos. Not really hidden, but definitely overshadowed by Santorini when it’s just as, if not more, beautiful.
Advice: I know everyone is wondering. The G in Gyro is silent. It’s pronounced Yee-Ro. Also, actual greek salad does not include lettuce.
Best Part: The sunsets. Worth the hype.