Santorini, Greece is one of those magical, bucket-list destinations that dreams are made of. It’s also hot and crowded in the summer which is why I recommend visiting in the fall. With that in mind, I’ve put together a capsule wardrobe so that you’ll know just what to pack for Santorini in the fall that gives you lots of options with some of that classic Greek style.
Greece is a must-see destination for solo female travelers seeking a blend of history, culture, and natural beauty. From the ancient ruins of Athens, to the picturesque islands of Santorini and Mykonos, to the stunning beaches and crystal-clear waters, Greece has something to offer for every type of traveler.
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Athens is a city that is both modern, lively, and gritty and also an open air museum with a regal sense of epic history. It’s an excellent juxtaposition of ancient meets modern. Like with any large tourist destination, choosing where to stay in Athens can be daunting. Which neighbourhood and which hotel in that neighbourhood?
It’s an Instagram darling and has been gaining in popularity continually in recent years. Once a photo of those cliffside whitewashed churches topped with blue domes crosses your timeline, you’re hooked, and Santorini shoots straight to the top of your travel bucket list.
Ah, Santorini. Honeymooners paradise. Cruisers playground. Jewel in the crown of the Cyclades. Land of fiery sunsets, white-washed cubic buildings, and blue domed churches. It seems like a paradise, no? Well, I just got back from my first visit to Greece and there were a few things that surprised me that I want to share with you.
When I heard that Nomadic Matt was organizing a travel conference I was curious. When I saw the line-up of speakers Matt had put together, I knew I had to go. But I didn’t want that to be my “big fall trip” so where would I head after? Oddly enough, Greece made sense.