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So, planes don't fly, our travel agent Katya works remotely in the country of fjords and northern winds, and financial possibilities have narrowed down the choice of travel destinations.

Therefore, at first we had an attempt to determine the country closer and, unfortunately, cheaper - the choice fell on the nearest countries with "I", like Albania and Bulgaria.

However, we, accustomed to departures from Odessa airport with direct delivery of our body under the scorching radiant rays of a more southern sun and preferably immediately to the beach, were somehow uncomfortable with the upcoming bus trip for a whole day or more.

Accordingly, not wanting to sit out and so sit out at work, we had an attempt to travel by multimodal transportation of tourists from Odessa by bus to Chisinau, Moldova and further by plane, for example, to Antalya, Turkey.

And here, as in the famous movie "Men in Black", we ran into a conspiracy where, as soon as you are going on vacation, as in the movie, flights with a reduced ticket price are only on weekdays, and on weekends no, it’s the same with us - the dates of departure and return of aircraft under no circumstances coincided with the dates of our vacation.

For sure - this is some kind of conspiracy!

Although, in principle, comparing a bus trip and an airplane flight, the main thing is the degree of preparation and the company and sometimes doping, but now it's too hot for that.

So, after several days of brainstorming with the participants, or rather with the accomplices of this idea of ​ ​ a two-week vacation without husbands with the maximum level of comfort at the lowest price, we took the path of lowering barriers and, of course, the pricing policy became the determining factor, namely: among the possible tours was chosen bus to Greece at a price of 11'500 UAH.

per person for 10 days on breakfasts under the ridge of the Olympus mountain range and 5 minutes from the coast of the Aegean Sea.


So, the duration of the bus journey is a little more than a day - at about 12 noon, departure from Odessa and arrival at the hotel in Greece at about four o'clock the next day, but, as it was customary to say on our bus: "We do not count time , we count kilometers! ".

Here you can give advice to adhere to the principles, as in the drink advertisement: “Image is nothing - thirst is everything! ”, that is, we put comfort in the first place, higher than appearance.

It was also of no small importance for us that the accompanying guide and bus were placed with us in the same hotel, which gave us additional confidence when choosing a tour.

It should be said that with such a long journey by bus it is even better, perhaps even deeper, to understand the meaning of the fairy tale about the princess and the pea, so everything is important: a supply of water, pillows for your head, if possible a spare mini pillow, socks in case of night drafts from the bus air conditioner, an energy storage device for recharging a mobile phone, and everything is desirable within easy reach at hand, and not in a suitcase in the belly of the bus, which will be accessible only at the next bus stop no earlier than three hours later.

And, as mentioned above, the very organization of the trip and the accompanying guide matter - we had Irina, a great fellow and a smart girl.

By the way, following the work of the accompanying guide on a trip, you involuntarily see an analogy with a kindergarten teacher who, in a completely inexplicable miraculous way, in the general disorganization of the entrusted team of children, finds ways to organize them, move in the right direction and gather at the destination - since these tourists are just like children: I want to go out, where is the toilet, why are we driving so long, when will we arrive and a million more questions with absolute certainty that the teacher knows the answers to everything and controls the time, especially for sleeping and eating.

In general, Irina coped adequately with all the challenges of fate and the requirements of passengers, for which I am sincerely grateful to her.


The journey eventually began with the formation of a team, there is not even a gang of three girlfriends, four half-empty suitcases and a child not yet like Mowgli with pale skin due to sitting at night with the phone at home due to the impossibility of resting this summer on the beaches of Odessa.

We must pay tribute to the organizers of the trip, who, despite all our worries, phoned us in advance and confirmed the time, place and date of boarding the bus.

By the way, while compiling this Review, I come to the conclusion that feedback is important, so we should also provide them with feedback, then maybe we will be praised and there will be a discount on the next trip ... thinking aloud.

Then everything is standard - a bus ride frightens at first with the expectation of a long journey, which goes through all the stages according to psychology textbooks: denial, anger, bargaining, discussion and acceptance, and then it’s not so scary, and, although time is no longer moving so slowly , as before, but the closer the hotel and the opportunity to swim in the sea, it is not known where the surge of strength comes from.

When leaving Ukraine, a very small Duty Free store awaits you, where prices, to our surprise, for example, for alcohol, turned out to be higher than just in Odessa stores - therefore advice: with such a pricing policy, it is easier to buy strong drinks at home, pack them in a suitcase, which, by the way, reduces the risks of consequences from their use in such heat directly in the bus cabin.

OVERALL RATING OF THE DUTY FREE STORE: 3 (SATISFACTORY) - well, there are thanks for that.

Further on, there will be no particularly interesting landscapes or sights, except at one of the border crossing points between Romania and Bulgaria, peacocks freely roam among the trucks, which, I mean, peacocks, are not possible to overtake.

What's good is that already on a trip you immediately begin to feel like a tourist, and the main rule of a tourist is: “If you have not been deceived, you are not a tourist. ”, so we gladly paid 1 Euro per person to cross the river by ferry. We were not interested in how much the bus driver paid. That is, the price of moving by ferry is not included in the cost of the trip, but we were warned about this in advance and we took with us a couple of 1 Euro coins from previous trips.

More pleasant things - when crossing the border with Greece, we were all fed free of charge and provided SIM cards for phones with Greek numbers also free of charge and given drinking water.

Regarding mobile communication using Greek SIM cards, we cannot comment on anything - we did not use these cards, but the food was quite satisfying and tasty: french fries and so on.


To be clear, on this tour we crossed the Greek border at about 12 noon. That is, the journey from Odessa to the border with Greece took us about a day, and then there were still about three hours to the hotel - we could not wait.

Another thing to note is that there is a small grocery store on the Bulgarian side on the border with Greece, which mainly sells Greek products.

You can give advice to ask the price of goods, the prices of which can be compared already in Greece itself, and if you plan to bring home olives, feta cheese or butter, then all this can be purchased here cheaper.

We did just that - we photographed the prices in this Bulgarian store and, upon returning home from Greece, we bought grocery souvenirs here for our relatives and ourselves too.


Further on, our path lay to the point of our destination, the village of Paralia-Panteleimonas.

PARALIA-PANTELEIMONOS is a settlement of the former municipality of Panteleimonas, former municipality of Olympos East, which belongs to the municipality of Dio Olympos and is one of the 16 coasts of the region.

The village is located about 36 km from Katerina and 56 km from Larisa and southeast of the county. According to recent archaeological excavations in the area during the construction of a railway tunnel under the castle, finds of the ancient Greek city of Heraclea were discovered.

Here is the summer residence of the inhabitants of Neos Panteleimonas and a tourist resort, which is flooded with tourists from May to June. It is located just below the castle of Platamon, and for this reason it is sometimes called Kastro (Castle). The coastal beach is 3 km away. Each year it is awarded the Blue Flag of the European Union for the purity of the water and the sandy coast.

We will tell about our trip to the Castle separately, but everything is in order.

Around the Village you can observe the Olympus mountain range - as everyone knows, in ancient Greek mythology, Olympus is considered a sacred mountain, the seat of the gods, led by Zeus. In this regard, the Greek gods are often referred to as "Olympians". On the northern slope of Olympus was the sanctuary city of the Macedonians - Dion, that is, the city of Zeus. In ancient times, Olympus also served as the natural border of Thessaly and Macedonia.

So, our Hotel is located in the village of Paralia-Panteleimonas between the Olympus mountain range and the sea coast, although you can’t see the sea from the windows of the Hotel’s rooms, but the mountains and the Platamon Castle offer a beautiful, unforgettable, charming view!

HOTEL AFRODITI is a neat two-story building with an adjacent well-groomed green area with a large swimming pool and barbecue. There is a bar near the pool. Sun loungers, umbrellas and Wi-Fi are provided free of charge.

To the sea no more than 5 minutes at a leisurely pace. The beach is sandy, with a gentle entry into the sea. Sun loungers and umbrellas on the beach are available at an additional cost or by purchasing a drink from one of the beach bars.

Each room of the Hotel has a balcony with a table and chairs overlooking the garden or pool, refrigerator, air conditioning and TV.

Buffet breakfasts are included in the price of accommodation, if you wish, you can additionally order dinners in a nearby tavern.

By the way, immediately upon settling in, you will immediately be reminded that you are tourists and will take a bribe - a tourist tax is something around 17 Euros per person.

The hotel was not 100% occupied - there were passengers on our bus and a couple of foreigners, which was to our advantage as the absence of crowds at breakfast and the availability of a choice of free seats near the pool.


We got 2-bed rooms on the second floor overlooking the hotel park and, accordingly, the mountains.

The room is spacious enough. There is a small balcony that can easily accommodate 3-4 people at a table. The room also has a refrigerator and air conditioning. The cleanliness of the room is acceptable. Cleaning - every other day. A small minus is the presence of mosquitoes, and if you curtain the balcony and turn on the air conditioner due to stuffiness, then it slightly drives a draft across the bed. Noise isolation of the room is acceptable. The bathroom and shower room is not very spacious, but there is enough space.

OVERALL RATE OF THE ROOM: 4 (GOOD) - we were satisfied with everything.


On the ground floor of the Hotel there is a room equipped as a dining room. There are no comments on cleanliness. The breakfast is adequate but not varied.

You won’t be hungry, but if you want to fully enjoy gluttony in the good sense of the word, so to speak, get to know a larger number of Greek dishes better, then of course you can immediately start going to the nearest tavern from the first day in the morning. But as for us, it is better to have breakfast in the Hotel and start your day more measuredly, and not with a run to restaurants. Breakfast starts at the Hotel at 8 am.

OVERALL RATING OF BREAKFAST: 4 (GOOD) - everything is ok.


The hotel's swimming pool is quite large and tidy. The view of the hilly green emerald slopes is also pleasing to the eye. The water in the Pool warms up well, but at the same time allows you to cool off from the heat of the day. Near the pool there is a bar - the prices are moderate. Sunbeds near the pool for free. We came in the morning at 8 am and occupied the most luxurious places, in our opinion.


Also, after a couple of days, the owner of the Hotel loudly announced a party in the evening near the Pool. We, of course, went. Here, obviously, it is necessary to explain the difference in the mentality of the perception of the Greeks and ours, what is a Party.

At the Party, guests will be offered one glass of wine for free, then the owner of the Hotel (a very sincere guy) will show you how to dance sirtaki, and then he will cheer everyone up, saying only two words: “Dancing. Dancing! ".

Moreover, the music will be connected from the mobile phone of one of the guests of the Hotel.

That's the whole Party.

Therefore, the advice of experienced people, in order not to buy the second and subsequent drinks in the bar at such a Party for money, take with you immediately from the Room strong drinks brought from home or purchased at Duty Free, and then it is still unknown who will show whom to whom how to dance, including sirtaki.

OVERALL EVALUATION OF THE PARTY: CREDIT to the owner of the Hotel for the event and EXCELLENT to our guide Irina for the advice to bring everything with you to the Party.


The sea coast is within walking distance from the Hotel no more than 5 minutes at a calm pace. A gently sloping Beach and a warm and very, very salty sea. To our great surprise, the salinity of the water was a frank surprise for us. We have been to the Aegean Sea more than once and somehow we did not notice that the water is so salty.

What can I say that even the child with us refused to swim without a mask, and there is little to surprise her!

You can go to the Beach along the main tourist path, but we advise you to go better through the lanes of country houses - more greenery and flowers screaming with bright colors.

On the Beach, you can take sunbeds for a fee or use the service: buy a drink and a sun lounger for free.

Prices on the Beach are a little high, for example, just a donut (doughnut) costs at least 2 Euro.

We rested on the sand on bedding bought nearby for 7 Euros (which is not expensive), since the same ones right there near the Beach cost 10-15 Euros.

There are not many people on the Beach, tourists are mostly Greeks and Romanians themselves, and we, who are intensively acquiring a bronze tan, and from this all with brighter snow-white smiles.




We recommend eating during the day and in the evening in the nearest taverns, of which there are many, or eating up on excursions.

We had breakfast at the Hotel, and lunch and dinner were at the restaurant.

The menu of restaurants is almost the same everywhere.

At a very generalized estimate of the cost of lunch / dinner, taking into account the size of the dishes and the average price, the cost was about 10-15 Euros per person.

It is extremely difficult to describe the excellent taste and color range of sensations from a simple and at the same time exclusive cuisine.

We can immediately say about the extraordinary freshness of all products, which is emphasized by the addition of lemon to almost all dishes, and, at the same time, the final point in the harmony of sincere joy from the consumption of delicacies undoubtedly gives an exceptional local Greek wine.

We highly recommend taking octopuses - they know how to cook them here: light roasting over an open fire allows you to get very tender meat with a slight taste of woody smoke and the right addition of spices for such a gourmet dish.

Octopus, this is probably one of the most expensive dishes we took - depending on the weight, which cost us 16 Euros, and the rest of the dishes at dinner were cheaper.

Soups did not please - a different culture.

On the other hand, portions of salads were very pleasing - if you are not very hungry, then servings of salad can be enough for two or three consumers.

Moreover, the Greek onion smells so pleasantly spicy and it does not have that public protest of bitterness, like ours, so you can safely ask the cook to add more onions to the salad and when eating it on both cheeks, if there are tears, then only from joy.

By the way, we bought ourselves a couple of kilograms of Greek onions to take home at a local shop in the Village.



A supermarket is a supermarket. Here you can buy goods at the beginning of the holiday, like a pack of water or a supply of yoghurts for a week or two, which will allow you to provide a supply of food if you need it.

We went purely out of interest to look at prices.

Sometimes, local residents drive up in pickup trucks near the Supermarket, where they offer fresh vegetables and fruits, as well as seedlings. Unfortunately, we did not buy a palm tree for 10 Euros - we began to bargain, and when we left the store, the seller had already left.



Knowing from our own experience about the possibilities of the Greek food industry, we mainly purchased a variety of yoghurts and cheeses.

We also took cherries, melons, apricots and peaches. Prices for fruits are about 2 Euro per kilogram, but some residents from the Hotel, wandering around the Village, found cherries at 1.4 Euro per kilogram and melons at 1 Euro per kilogram.

And, of course, we bought Greek bread for sandwiches - let's put it this way: it's not the most delicious bread in the world, but one of the most delicious. Right there in the store they bought more wine for 2.5 Euros per bottle, fortunately, they sell alcohol until late in the evening and you can have time to buy everything.

OVERALL ASSESSMENT OF THE FOOD STORE: 4 (GOOD) - tasty and high quality.


There are no souvenirs in the Village. Well, as it were, but nothing so authentic, except for women's dresses, swimwear and maybe some kind of bedspreads for going to the sea. Everything else is made in China. Those who have been to Zatoka or Karolino-Bugaz in the Odessa region will understand that there are many shops, but all useless junk.

Probably, it is more correct to buy souvenirs on excursions - and there are more chances to find something interesting and will remind you of the places where you have been.

As a result, our souvenirs are primarily memories of the trip and only some 40 kilograms of olives, olive oil and cheeses, as well as a couple of grains of sand from the seashore, but this was already found out when unpacking the suitcases at home.

OVERALL ASSESSMENT OF SOUVENIRS: everyone evaluates independently.


Traditionally, excursions are offered by an accompanying guide and partisans around the Hotel.

It's cheaper for partisans. For example, prices from local travel agencies in Euro per adult/child:

Mount Olympus - 15/12

Skiathos island (cruise) - 35/30

Edessa waterfalls + Loutra/Pozar – 25/20

Monasteries of Meteora - 25/20

Thessaloniki city tour – 20/15

Thessaloniki City - 15/12

Boat cruise - 35/35

safari tour – 65/60

We looked at the list of suggested trips, but since we have already been to Greece more than once and our main advantage was that we have a Greek friend who was about to arrive by car, we didn’t particularly have chosen.

You should also take into account the short duration of the bus tour and the great desire to spend more time at sea.

Of course, if someone has not been and will have the opportunity, we highly recommend the excursion METEORA MONASTERS - one of the most striking sights of Greece. This place got its name not by chance. It literally means “floating in the air” in Greek, which perfectly describes these six incredible Greek Orthodox monasteries.

They are all on the tops of cliffs that rise 400 meters above the Thessalian Valley, near the city of Kalambaka in Greece.


Highly recommended - on the one hand, a sea voyage, and on the other, a trip to the island of Skiathos.

As for the sea trip itself, we came across a very cheerful sea pirate - the captain of our ship. By the way, he has a closer understanding of the concept of what a holiday on a ship is than the owner of our Hotel about the Party. It was a lot of fun on the ship. The captain did not let me get bored. As a result, he walked around all the tourists with a huge bottle of Metaxa and, like a ritual, dripped a couple of drops to each through a small tap at the base.

Alcohol information:

Metaxa is a Greek strong alcoholic drink, unique in its kind. The specifics of manufacturing and technology features make Metaxa, which does not fall within the scope of any of the existing categories of alcohol, an exceptional and original drink.

The production uses grapes from three regions - Attica, Corinth and Crete. Aged grape distillates are blended with muscat wines and an infusion of Mediterranean herbs. The exact recipe for Metaxa has been a closely guarded secret for over 100 years.

We can say with confidence, even despite the microscopic dose of the drink from the captain, that we got a completely undiluted Metaxa!

On the ship itself, music was constantly playing loudly and the atmosphere of a holiday really hovered in the air. And then there were dancing. It’s not that the captain didn’t let the tourists down, not allowing them to sit down, everyone actively joined in the dancing on the deck, and some of our company even demanded from the rest that we should all dance, including the ships passing towards them with tourists.

Besides heavy drinks, there was very tasty wine in charming small bottles.


Did you know that there are about 2.500 islands in Greece and 165 of them are inhabited?

We decided to visit the island of Skiathos and its famous Koukounaries beach.

Skiathos is a small island in Greece, in the Aegean Sea, the westernmost of the islands of the Northern Sporades archipelago.

This is one of the busiest islands in the archipelago. Emerald waters, golden sands, developed infrastructure will not leave anyone indifferent.

For a long time, Skiathos Island was considered a vacation spot for very rich people and it is not for nothing that its informal name is the Island of Millionaires. Millionaires came here to relax on their own snow-white beauties yachts, but recently the Island has become more democratic.

Today, passenger ferries often moor to the Island, and the Island also has its own international airport.

By the way, the airport here is something special: a real attraction is not for the faint of heart. Airplanes come in to land literally over your head, and some onlookers are literally blown off their feet by air currents.

The dizzying landscapes of the Island's beaches are definitely no less exciting. Some beaches can be accessed from the territory of the Island, and some are only accessible from the sea.

In the main bay of the Island, you can see many pleasure boats, some of which offer excursions to the most picturesque places.

There are about 70 beaches on the island and it is really difficult to choose the best one.

Naturally, we were on the best beach of Koukounaries Island.

This is the most famous beach on Skiathos Island and one of the most famous in Europe. Koukounaries Beach is also called Golden Sand, because the sand here is very fine and glows like gold under the hot summer sun. In addition to the turquoise blue and transparent water, the beach gives a special pleasure to visitors due to the famous Koukounaries forest that literally blends into the sea.


Old Panteleimon is a colorful village, as if it came out of children's fairy tales.

Well, since we had a little tourist with us, although already a great moralist with signs of conservatism, but still a child, we decided to visit an authentic village.

The village of Old Panteleimon seemed to be cut off from the present. Having allowed the labyrinth of ancient streets to take you further and further into the enchanted world, it is easier to believe that you found yourself in a fairy tale than to accept the reality of what is happening.

The fairy-tale world of knights and princesses, wandering musicians and squat gnomes, wise cats and talking plane trees is the village of Old Panteleimon. She sheltered behind one of the slopes of the mighty Olympus, and it seems that the gods themselves guard peace and serenity on its cobbled streets. Panteleimon is a village from children's fairy tales.

While time in the district was inexorably running forward, turning nearby cities into centers of modern industrial life, the village of Old Panteleimon lived by its own clock. Almost abandoned by the inhabitants in the last century, this village has found a new life with an endless stream of travelers.

This settlement can be called a piece of the Middle Ages preserved in modern times. But not that gloomy Middle Ages, glorified by bloody wars and the Inquisition, but the Middle Ages, described by Andersen's pen, preserved in the fairy tales of the Brothers Grimm and sung by the voice of Pushkin. Strewn with small two-story houses, full of bright flower beds, running away into the distance with dozens of paved paths, the village of Old Panteleimon invites the traveler to look into every corner.

Sometimes it seems that behind the next turn a cozy courtyard will open, where Kai and Gerda are playing, sometimes here you can clearly hear the clatter of seven dwarfs running behind you. In this place, every adult always remembers their favorite children's fairy tales and is transferred to decades ago, when life was easy and carefree.

One of the streets, winding between squat taverns and coffee houses, will lead the traveler to the heart of the village - the church of St. Panteleimon. This temple has served as an invisible protector of the inhabitants of the village for several centuries.

Outside the doors of the church, the traveler will be greeted by an atmosphere of peace and tranquility: the quiet crackle of burning candles, the dancing flames and the quiet whisper of those praying - everyone comes here to restore spiritual strength: both local residents and numerous guests. And Saint Panteleimon, the patron saint of this village, lost among the slopes of Mount Olympus, equally welcomes both local and distant travelers.

The church is located in the very center of the village, and cozy tables of local taverns are scattered around it. The heady aroma of coffee spreads over the entire area, forcing those passing by to blissfully draw in the air filled with it with their nostrils. Not a single traveler has yet resisted the temptation to restore their strength with thick Greek coffee, cooked directly on the coals.

Together with a cup of coffee, hospitable Greeks serve delicious oriental delicacies, leaving the traveler to enjoy the fresh mountain air, the rustle of the leaves of centuries-old plane trees and the caressing sounds of Greek speech. Immersed in pleasant thoughts, a wanderer tired from the road can forget about everything here, and when the time comes to say goodbye, Thermaikos will smile at him like a blue wave of the bay.


If you look at the map of the coast, and have the courage to independently explore the surroundings, you can simply take a taxi and get to the nearest villages.

We chose for an independent trip a trip to PLATAMON'S CASTLE.

To go from the Hotel to the Castle is quite far, so we called a taxi for 5 Euros, but we decided to return along the seashore on foot.

However, a surprise awaited us, it turns out that the entrance to the territory of the Castle is only in the morning, before lunch, and after that you can only walk along the fortress wall. When the entrance to the Castle is closed, there is nothing special to see, although there is an excellent view of the Village and the sea to the horizon.

At the same time, the paths around the Castle are not ennobled in any way and there are no signs - it is easy to get lost and very steep slopes with sharp thorns on the bushes, only thanks to which you will not slide down the mountain to the very bottom.

Be careful!

But you can go down towards the sea and go through an underground tunnel to a very charming beach, where you can relax before returning to the Hotel.

Only our impeccable upbringing, the reproachful look of the child who was with us, and the lack of a penknife did not allow us to scribble at least imperishable on the tunnel wall: “Kisa and Osya were here. ".

GENERAL EVALUATION OF THE EXCURSION CASTLE: not for everybody, but the beach under the Castle is very good.

Coming back home - everything ends someday.

I want to immediately express my deep gratitude and respect to our stewards: the guide and drivers that the departure back to Odessa was scheduled later than 9 am and we managed to go to the sea, meet the dawn and pack our things.

As they say, the way home is always 2 times shorter, but suitcases are 4 times heavier!

And of course, we took the advice to buy olives and cheeses of Greek production on the way back in a store from Bulgaria on the border with Greece.

Indeed, here some goods turned out to be cheaper than in Greece.

You can give advice to immediately prepare yourself to spend 50 - 70 Euros and within this amount, feel free to collect everything you like from the shelves and everything, so as not to bother yourself with calculating expenses and comparing prices.

Probably, the list of prices and goods can be useful, so we selectively present the pricing policy, which, although it did not bring down our budget, looks a little expensive, although what is expensive there is one life:

0.00 Euro SIM card at the border with Greece

0.00 Euro sand from the best beach

1.00 Euro ferry fee

1.00 Euro spices 45 g

1.00 Euro 1 kg melon

1-2.00 Euro olive soap

1.5-2.00 Euro 1 kg cherries/apricots/peaches

2.00 Euro donut on the beach

2.3-2.50 Euro soda or juice 0.25 l in a restaurant

2.50 Euro bottle of wine 1 l in the shop

2.50 Euro Heets Iqos

2.50 Euro hand cream in the supermarket

2.5-3.00 Euro dried olives 0.250 kg

3.00 Euro olives 0.5 kg stuffed with feta cheese

3.50 Euro gyros portion in a restaurant

4.00 Euro tzatziki sauce in a restaurant

4.00 Euro beer in the restaurant

4.50 Euro feta cheese in a restaurant

5.00 Euro minimum taxi fare

5.00 Euro flip flops for the beach

5.00 Euro short trip by taxi

5.00 Euro tomato salad in a restaurant

5.00 Euro draft beer 0.5l in a restaurant

5.50 Euro grilled eggplant in a restaurant

5.90 Euro anchovy portion in a restaurant

5-7.00 Euro olives 1 kg

5-7.00 Euro olives 1 kg stuffed with feta cheese

7.00 Euro tomatoes 0.930 kg stuffed with feta cheese

5-10.00 Euro blanket on the sea

8.00 Euro men's T-shirt

8-10.00 Euro pasta + sauce in the restaurant

8.8 Euro pork souvlaki in a restaurant

9.00 Euro gyros in a flatbread in a restaurant

10.00 Euro oil perfume

11.50 Euro canned 2.5 kg olives

12-14.00 Euro fish in the restaurant

15.00 Euro tour Mount Olympus

14-16.00 Euro grilled octopus in a restaurant

15.00 Euro women's denim shorts

15-20.00 Euro wine in the restaurant

00 Euro canned olive oil 5 l

20.00 Euro tour of Thessaloniki

25.00 Euro jewelry (pendant + chain), silver

25.00 Euro excursion to Meteora monasteries

25.00 Euro excursion Edessa waterfalls + Loutra/Pozar

35.00 Euro excursion Skiathos island (cruise)

65.00 Euro excursion safari tour

300.00 Euro bus tour with accommodation

300.00 Euro and more up to perfection

1’000’000.00 Euro the joy of meeting family at home (although it’s good in Greece, but at home it’s better)

Note - despite the seeming commensurability of prices, it is easy to spend 300 Euros for a trip, therefore, as we always say in our reviews:

Oh, I wish I had three more days and three hundred bucks! ".

So, summing up all that has been said, I would like to note that the main essence of the narrative in this Review is as follows:

«Travel: the money will return, but the time will not! ".

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