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Published on : Tuesday, July 7, 2015
With many travel firms cutting down prices, British tourists are being attracted to Greece according to a study by travel website Skyscanner. Britain to Greece are up 12 per cent compared with the same period in 2014.The British foreign office is just advising precaution for British tourists.
Cash constrains are imposed on the locals with a limited withdrawal of €60 (£42) a day but tourists are being allowed limitless cash. However holidaymakers and travellers are being advised to carry cash to cover their needs. They are also being asked to check on how much cash their travel insurance policy covers for security concerns.
Shops and restaurants are still accepting credit and debit card. Travel insurance will be beneficial for those travelling to Greece.
Tour operators feel that as far as tourism is concerned, it’s business as usual in Greece.
With an uncertain future awaiting Greece amid chaos after the overwhelming rejection of Europe’s latest bailout it is not known how the country plans to proceed. But tourism is making continued effort to keep the economy running.