Cities in Greece

There’s obviously more cities in Greece, but these are the ones that is currently added to the guide.

Upcoming events in Greece

What is the top gay cities in Greece?

Honey, the top gay cities in Greece are definitely Athens and Mykonos. These fabulous destinations offer vibrant nightlife, stunning beaches, and a warm and inclusive atmosphere for LGBTQ+ travelers. 🏳️‍🌈

What currency is used in Greece?

In Greece, they use the Euro (€) as their currency. And yes, darling, most places accept credit cards, but it's always a good idea to have some cash on hand for small purchases or tipping.

Is it expensive in Greece?

Greece can be both affordable and luxe, depending on your tastes. While some islands and touristy spots can be pricy, there are plenty of budget-friendly options for accommodations, food, and fun. Cheers to that! 🥂

Do I need any extra paperwork to visit Greece?

For most travelers, a valid passport is all you need to enter Greece for short stays. But darling, always check the specific visa requirements for your country before planning your fabulous Greek getaway.

Is Greece gay friendly?

Absolutely, sweetheart! Greece is known for its warm hospitality and welcoming attitude towards LGBTQ+ travelers. However, do keep in mind that attitudes may vary depending on the region, so being sensitive and respectful to local customs is always a good idea. 💖

Is gay marriage allowed in Greece?

While Greece doesn't currently recognize gay marriage, they do acknowledge civil partnerships for same-sex couples. Love is love, after all! 🏳️‍🌈💕

Can I use English in Greece?

Yes, you can! English is widely spoken in Greece, especially in tourist areas. So go ahead, strut your stuff and converse with confidence, hunty! 💁‍♀️

Should I leave a tip for a waiter in Greece?

Oh, absolutely, darling! Tipping around 10% is customary for good service in Greece. So show your appreciation for those hardworking waiters and bartenders, and make it rain (Euros, of course)! 💸

What's the best time of year to visit Greece?

For the best weather and fabulous vibes, visit Greece between April and October. Keep in mind that July and August can be quite hot and crowded, so if you prefer milder temperatures and fewer tourists, the shoulder seasons (May-June and September-October) are divine! 🌞

What's the local language in Greece, and how do I say basic phrases?

The local language is Greek, darling. Here are some basic but sassy phrases for you:

  • Γεια σου (Yah sou) - Hi/Bye

  • Ευχαριστώ (Ef-ha-ri-sto) - Thank you

  • Παρακαλώ (Pa-ra-ka-lo) - Please/You're welcome

  • Καλημέρα (Ka-li-me-ra) - Good morning

  • Καλησπέρα (Ka-li-spe-ra) - Good evening

  • Όμορφος (O-mor-fos) - Beautiful (as you are! 💅)

What's the local cuisine like in Greece, and what are some must-try dishes?

Greek cuisine is all about fresh ingredients and heavenly flavors. Here are some must-try dishes:

  • Σουβλάκι (Souvlaki) - Grilled skewers

  • Τζατζίκι (Tzatziki) - Yogurt, cucumber & garlic dip

  • Σπανακόπιτα (Spanakopita) - Spinach & feta cheese pie

  • Χωριάτικη Σαλάτα (Horiatiki Salata) - Greek salad

  • Μουσακάς (Moussaka) - Eggplant, minced meat, and béchamel casserole

Bon appétit, my fabulous foodie! 🍽️

What are the emergency numbers, and how do I call for help in Greece?

In case of an emergency, here are the important numbers to remember:

  • 112 - General emergency number

  • 100 - Police

  • 166 - Ambulance

  • 199 - Fire

Stay safe and fabulous, darling! 🚨

Are there any cultural taboos or behaviors that I should avoid in Greece?

While Greece is quite open and welcoming, it's always best to be respectful of local customs. Avoid discussing sensitive political topics and be mindful of your surroundings, especially in religious sites. Dress modestly when visiting churches, and remember to live your best life while acting as a fabulous ambassador for the LGBTQ+ community! 🌈💕