In this section on Customs and Culture in Greece, I’ll guide you through the local practices and traditions to help you understand the Greek way of life.
There are many activities that take place in Greece which are not necessarily the done thing in other parts of the world.
The food in Greece for example, known for its amazing flavors, is a must-try for everyone, yet there might be some aspects you’re not familiar with.
While traditional public holidays are widely celebrated in Greece, Easter notably takes the spotlight, often overshadowing Christmas.
Conversely, in many other countries, this priority is reversed, which I think can highlight the unique cultural differences.
Greece also celebrates unique traditional holidays, commemorating significant historical events.
What about the working life in Greece? Some people assume they are actually quite carefree and not hard-working at all?
Maybe there will be a surprise for you here!
Whatever your curiosity, I hope I cover most of them below.
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