Live in Athens
I’m lucky enough to live in Athens, a city with one of the most admirable pasts in the whole world. There are plenty of ancient artifacts and buildings secured from that age that have been transformed into beautiful tourist attractions.
The one place that overshadows every other landmark is the Parthenon, a building specifically designed in honor of the goddess Athena. This ancient beauty was built in the 5th century BC. It has definitely attracted loads of tourists with the combination of its appearance and its history. For anyone interested in smaller things regarding the subject of history, the museum of Acropolis is an awesome destination. It has 4 levels full of everything ranging from ancient statues to things that the average human of that age would use daily, like pots and cups.
Obviously, there is more than just history to experience as Greece has islands with outstanding sunsets and colorful builds. The island that I am talking about is Santorini, an already famous island for the reasons I’ve stated above. Originally, Santorini was almost twice as big but a huge volcanic eruption devastated the now missing half of it. There are also gorgeous beaches because the lava that came out of the volcano during the eruption fell into the sea and created special red pebbles.
Athens and Santorini shouldn’t be missed. They both offer a joyful and enjoyable experience, and that’s why they are a must as a tourist destination.