Tourist Offices & Information

Alternative Tourism Greece
Alternative tourism options in Greece. Information by area and by activity.
Central Tourist Office - Head Office
Tourist office open Monday to Friday from 08:00-15:00 at Tsocha 7, 115 21 Ambelokipi.
Breathtaking Athens Info Point Syntagma
Information Office and tourist shop. Open Monday to Friday from 09:00-21:00 and Saturday from 09:00-20:00. At the ground floor of the Public store, Karageorgi Servias 1, Syntagma square.
Stay in Greece
Travel guide in English about Greece and the Greek Islands. Information about favourite holiday spots on the islands and mainland, as well as all the ancient must-see-when in Greece.
Meli and Peri Travel Blog
Comprehensive travel blog about Greece including less travelled destinations which are unique or undiscovered and offers extensive travel advice for interesting destinations, tours, sightseeing, festivals, accommodation, restaurants, activities, and more
Greek National Tourism Organisation
National tourist office providing information on travel throughout Greece. Working hours Monday to Friday from 09:00-19:00, Saturday, Sunday and holidays from 10:00-16:00. Information desk at Amalias 26, city centre.
GNTO Information Desk
Tourist information desk at Eletherios Venizelos airport in the arrivals hall. Open Monday to Friday 09:00-19:00, Saturday,Sunday, holidays from 10:00-16:00.
Spotted by locals
Insider tips and secrets of where to go and why in Athens. "Spotted" and written by people living here.
Kalimera
A Swedish guide aimed at Scanidinavian travellers to Greece, especially the islands. Most of the information is in Swedish, including E-guides that can be purchased, but several islands have information available free in English also.
Breathtaking Athens Info Point Airport
Information office for visitors. Open daily from 08:00-20:00. Also a touch-screen with access to the website. At the arrivals level of the Athens International Airport.
Matt Barretts travel guide to Greece
Information and stories about Greece, written by an American who travels to Greece on a regular basis.

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