Athens is a active and cosmopolitan metropolis, a large modern town, known as the birthplace of democracy and with a populace of 3.7 million residents approximately. It is in several ways the birthplace of Classical Greece, and therefore of Western civilization.
Chania also transliterated as Hania, is the second largest city of Crete and the capital of the Chania Prefecture. It is situated alongside the north coast of the island, approximately 70 km west of Rethymno and 145 km west of Heraklion.
Corfu is without doubt one of the most popular destinations in Greece and it is considered as the most spectacular sceneries in Greece. Geographically it is located the west of Greece, lying within sight of Albania.
The picturesque and beautiful settlement of Hydra city, authenticate to very important historical facts, is a model of traditional architecture and aesthetics. The city is amphitheatrically erected in the grey background formed by huge cliffs.
The capital of the island, Mykonos town is exceptionally charming and considered as one of the most beautiful little towns of the Cyclades. The town is typical of the architecture of the island, with whitewashed cubic houses with flat roofs, blue doors and windows.
Olympia is really one of the largest and most attractive spots in Greece, and the setting is as perfect as could be imagined: a luxuriant valley of wild olive and plane trees, spread beside the Twin Rivers of Alpheus and Kladhios, and overlooked by the pine-covered hill of Kronos
The city of Rhodes is the biggest village and capital city of the island of the same name, located on the northern tip of the island. It is well-known as the former site of the Colossus (one of the seven wonders of the ancient world).
Santorini is definitely one of the most strongly beautiful and spectacular spots on planet. This incredible scenery attracts thousands of visitors annually. The term 'Santorini' originates from 'Santa Irini', though it is formally known as Thera or Thira which is notorious for the enormous volcanic explosion.
The city of Sparta is situated at the southern end of the central Laconian plain, on the right bank of the river Evrotas. The site was strategically located; guarded from three sides by mountains and controlling the routes by which invading armies could penetrat.
The city is composed of two sectors, the modern sector and the old city. The old city is where most of the views are. In the old city it will be mostly Byzantine churches and buildings that you are looking for.