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Dos & Don’ts: Tips For Enjoyable Holidays

Greece ● 21 October 2016
 

Dos & Don’ts: Tips For Enjoyable Holidays

Some of us have the opportunity to travel often, others just wait for this moment to come, once or twice a year. It does not matter to which group you belong since what really matters when you are on holidays, is to have fun and enjoy every minute of your traveling experience.

So we give you some dos and don’ts to make sure that you will have the time of your life, the next time you are going to leave your home for a new traveling adventure.

Dos:

• Forget about diets or anything that has to do with your body weight. You are on holidays which means that you should allow yourself to try any delicacy you wish without having any bad feelings about that. After all gastronomy is a great part of each place’s culture so missing it would mean that you will have experienced half of what you were supposed to.

• Holidays have always been a good way of bonding. This means that if you are going with your husband, friend, family etc. you can have real quality time with them, renew your relationship and you will be able to show to your beloved ones how much you care for them.
Rest and relax as much as you can. Everyone has his/her own way of relaxing, so we can not give you specific tips on this topic. Just seize the opportunity, take your time and feel revitalized. A walk on the beach is always a must!

Don’ts:

• Do not take with you enormous luggage. It would be wise not to carry all your closet with you. Take with you some basic clothes so to move around comfortably and leave at home most of your things which are not necessary for your survival.

So many clothes!

• Do not spend too much time in social media. Holidays are a huge opportunity for you to stay away from technology, the internet and everything that has to do with the modern civilization. Just go back to basics, be again part of mother nature.
• Try not to yell or be angry with everything. We understand that there are some things which drive you mad but you have to leave them behind until you return home. Holidays need positive energy, smiles, no worries about how much work is waiting for you at the office.

Where to Stay

Hostel in Athens, Greece Student and Travellers Inn
8.9 10
Student and Travellers Inn
16, Kidathinaion str., 10558 Athens, Greece

Student and Travellers Inn – the first hostel in Greece since 1977 is located in the heart of Plaka, right below the Acropolis. Traditional cobbled streets full of taverns, shops, cafes are right at our hostel's doorstep. The main square of Athens, Syntagma, is at 600 m, while the lively Monastiraki square is at 800 m. The nearest metro station and the bus stop for the X95 Airport Bus can be reached within a 7-minute walk.

Hotel in Athens, Greece Chris Hotel
8.5 10
Chris Hotel
6, Potamou str., 14564 Athens, Greece

Hotel Chris is situated in a quiet spot in Nea Kifisia, 100 m from the E75 motorway and 2 km from Kifisia Train Station. Athens city center can be reached within approximately 30 minutes using the electric train. Athens International Airport is at 38 km.

Hotel in Marathon, Greece Myrto Hotel
Myrto Hotel
34, Marathonos Avenue, Mati (Nea Makri), 19009 Marathon, Greece

Myrto Hotel is located in Mati, just a few-minutes' walk from the beach. Athens International Airport is 16 km away, while the port of Rafina, which connects you to many Greek islands, is 4.5 km away. The centre of Athens is 30 km away.


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