Book your cheap car hire in Greece with Rhino and you can explore this culturally rich and sun soaked country as much as you want to, at your own pace. Greece is an exceptionally popular country to hire a car in so we recommend booking as far in advance as you can, as this usually means prices are cheaper and you have a better availability of cars to choose from. We have many locations across Greece to pick up your vehicle such as Athens, Athens Airport, Thessaloniki, Volos and Crete.
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Greece Car Hire - Did You Know?
- Greece is also known as Hellas and officially as the Hellenic Republic.
- Due to it's diverse and rich culture and history there are 17 UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Greece.
- Tourism is a big source of foreign exchange earnings and revenue accounting for 15% of Greece’s total GDP.
- A rude insult in Greece is to make the 'Moutza' sign which consists of extending all the fingers and presenting the palm towards the person to be insulted. 2 palms is very insulting indeed!
- Souvlaki is a popular fast food in Greece which is made up of small pieces of meat usually pork or chicken, grilled on a skewer.
Greece Mini Guide
Located in Southern Europe, Greece sits upon the southern tip of the Balkan Peninsula. Greece has coastline and islands touched by three separate seas, the Ionian Sea, the Aegean Sea and the Mediterranean Sea. Greece has a very long cultural history, a history which has profoundly influenced philosophy, the arts, science and western society as a whole.
Greece can be logically split into five separate regions. Attica is located on the Aegean Sea and is the region in which Athens
, the capital city of Greece stands. The Peloponnese is an area of Greece which has a long historic history, and includes the town of Sparta. The Greek Islands is a cover all name given to the large quantity of islands which make up Greece proper and includes Corfu, Rhodes
, Kos, Mykonos and Milos among others.
Crete is the largest of the islands to be found around Greece, and is located in the Mediterranean Sea, a popular holiday destination. Central and Northern Greece is the largest region, making up a large area of Europe.
The major cities in Greece include the capital city, Athens. A large metropolitan city with a population of almost 4 million people. Heraklion is the largest city upon the island of Crete. A historical centre, with a documented history going back some 3,000 years, many exhibits from these times are viewable in the Archaeological Museum.
The capital of the Peloponnese is Patras, with its superbly preserved Roman architecture. Thessaloniki is the second largest city in Greece and is located in the region of Central Macedonia. A long history including periods under Ottoman, Byzantine and Roman rule. Greece has an abundance of historic sites within its borders, many of which are part of history in their own right. Listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site, Delphi is such a place.
The mythical home of the oracle to the Greek god Apollo. Athens is home to a whole host of historic sites including the Acropolis, the sacred city of the goddess Athena. Athens also has a large selection of museums, both historically and culturally focused.
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