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Travel Necessities

Many visitors to Greece will not need to obtain a visa for visits of up to 90 days. This includes citizens of all other European Union countries, Canada, Australia, Japan, and the United States.

More importantly, your passport must be valid for a minimum of three months beyond the end of your projected stay. This is true for many countries, not just Greece, and it is a good idea to never travel on a passport with less than six months time left on it.

Technically, Greek officials may ask to see travel tickets for your return home or for additional destinations beyond Greece. In practice, this rarely occurs and usually will only be asked for if there is a suspicion that the visitor intends to attempt to work in Greece illegally. It is more likely to occur prior to a one-way flight or other transportation into Greece rather than once you've arrived on Greek soil.

No vaccinations are required for Greece.

Canadian Embassy
Odos Ioannou Ghennadiou 4,
115 21 Athens, Greece
Tel: (1) 727 3400
Fax: (1) 727 3460
E-mail:
athns@dfait-maeci.gc.ca

US Embassy
Leoforos Vassilissis Sophias 91,
101 60 Athens, Greece
Tel: (1) 721 2951
E-mail:
usembassy@usisathens.gr Website:
www.usembassy.gr

British Embassy
Odos Ploutarchou 1,
106 75 Athens, Greece
Tel: (1) 727 2600
Fax: (1) 727 2743
E-mail: info@athens.mail.fco.gov.uk
Website: www.british-embassy.gr

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