Effie Mann ventures south of Athens to picturesque Nafplio, the chosen site of modern Greece's first capital in the early 1800s.
A Pontiac and a Porsche are poised to race along the cobbled streets of Mykonos, the party mecca of the Greek islands.
Greece may be down on its luck, but Athens, so rich in history, has not lost its wow factor, writes Jane Foster.
Even in the grip of financial despair, the ancient city of Athens is as magnetic as ever, writes Daniel Scott.
Sailing the Aegean Sea, Susan Bredow finds beauty in the simple things.
Daniel Scott takes his under-fives and the grandparents island hopping by ferry in the sunny Cyclades of Greece.
Athens wants to shake its tourism industry’s image of sun, sand and sex, writes Helena Smith.
Kylie Northover revels in the caffeine-fuelled street life of a modern city full of ancient treasures.