Getting around Greece is relatively easy, with a wide choice of transport options. For most visitors, travelling in Greece means island-hopping on the multitude of ferries and catamarans that cross the Adriatic and Aegean Seas. On land, there is an extensive bus network serving the towns and villages, and trains, which are limited to the mainland.
In Athens there is a metro and a tram network, and Thessaloniki has a metro currently under construction. There is also an extensive domestic air network.
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AngloINFO Franchising: Be your own boss - where you want to be!
Do you dream of having your own, profitable, easy-to-operate business? AngloINFO might be the solution!
Now in its twelfth year of business, AngloINFO is the world's leading network of expat information websites - with over three million monthly visitors from around the world.
We have an established network of 81 local websites in 37 countries with many more in development.
Our 54 local franchisees are the key to our success and come from a huge range of backgrounds, ages and nationalities. The common factor is a passion for success.