What types of cars do you rent?

Car Hire Comparison UK: Most rental companies categorise the hire cars and broadly speaking, these are as follows: Mini, Economy, compact, Standard or Intermediate, Full Size, Luxury or Premium, Vans/Minivans (also referred to as MPV's or People Carriers), SUV's and, depending on the location, Exotic and/or Special Cars which may include such icons as Aston Martin, Ferrari, Bentley, Lamborghini and so on. The 'vans' or people carriers are typically available in derivatives from 5 seats through to nine seater. Some locations will also have soft tops (convertibles/cabriolets) available, from a sports car through to a family soft top or 4x4 with a removable, canvas top. Compare Car Hire.

The range is exhaustive and we invite you to look at the 'information' section for additional details on individual vehicles and specifications. Remember, that the extent of the range will be dependent on availability, location and country. 

Where can I get my rental car?

The good news is that 'Car Hire Assistant' has access to over 550 suppliers who, combined, have some 30,000 locations in 175 countries. Therefore, if you want to collect your rental car from a large city, small town, holiday resort, sea port or airport, there is an excellent chance that one of the rental companies we use will have an office near you. If you want to collect your hire car from one location and return it to another, this is also possible with some hire companies, although a premium is charged. Many of the companies we deal with also have kiosks or stations at major airports. 

Remember, our service is free, there are no hidden charges or booking surcharges. We search, so you can compare, not just the price of your rental car, but the options, types of vehicles, locations and service. Compare car hire prices with Car Hire Assistant, The UK  Car Hire Comparison Site - Compare Car Hire

Car Rentals made simple

Renting a car, van or people carrier (MPV) does not have to be a stressful experience. Using a car rental comparison site such as 'Car Hire Assistant' can save you  many hours attempting to find the cheapest deals and then trying to compare the hire options on a like for like basis. Moreover, the process of weeding out those rental operators that employ tactics of headline grabbing, low rental costs, only to hit the hirer with a huge list of extras, means you have to remain alert. Car Hire Assistant removes ambiguities with a guarantee of no hidden prices and a commitment to inclusive rental rates. Car options are laid out in a logical manner allowing the renter to compare 'apples with apples'. We also offer additional, complimentary services such as Car Hire Excess Insurance, Travel Insurance and Airport Transfers. Free service and no booking charges. The best comparison site for Cheap Car Hire

Car Rentals in Athens

Wide range of cars for hire in Greece, including small, compact cars, mid-sized and family cars, jeeps, 4x4's and People Carriers (MPV's). - Car Hire AssistantTo get the very best deals, we all need a little help sometimes and, if you are seeking a great price on car hire in Athens (Greece), then the Car Hire Assistant website really is place to be. Car Hire Assistant is a price comparison site specialising in rental cars, not just local hire, but international car rental in any of one the 175 countries we cover, which includes 30,000 rental locations. With some 550 suppliers, we are supremely confident that we can present you with the best prices and a comprehensive range of options for your hire car in Athens (Greece). Of course, as a true comparison site, we don't just limit ourselves to local suppliers, where appropriate, we will also seek rental prices from many of the major international car rental companies, which includes; Europcar, National, Avis, Sixt, Hertz, Budget, Enterprise, Dollar, Thrifty and Alamo. 

The Car Hire Assistant service is free and you will not be charged a booking fee. Prices are fully inclusive and completely transparent, therefore you do not need to be concerned about hidden charges, something we have all experienced at one time or another. Too good to be true? Well, not really, at Car Hire Assistant, we believe your rental price should include such necessities as; Collision Damage Waiver, Third Party Liability Protection, Theft Waiver, Airport charges, Taxes and Credit Card Surcharges. We believe the search and the subsequent booking for your hire car in Athens (Greece) should be as painless as possible, therefore, we will provide you with a wide range of options, unambiguos pricing, a great choice and a simple, 3 stage booking process. 

And, don't be concerned that you may miss out on special offers from rental companies in Athens (Greece), if they are running promotions, we will include this in your hire summary and highlight it as a best buy. We don't actively 'upsell' you, in fact, the lowest prices and special offers will be listed first!

It doesn't really matter where you are travelling to in Athens (Greece), or where it is most convenient to collect your hire car, be this at an airport, train station, city location, holiday resort or railway station. There really is every possibility we will be able to accommodate your wishes. and minimise any inconvenience allowing you to spend your time relaxing and exploring Athens, rather than finding the nearest car rental office.

Wide range of cars for hire in Greece, including small, compact cars, mid-sized and family cars, jeeps, 4x4's and People Carriers (MPV's). - Car Hire AssistantAt Car Hire Assistant, we truly believe that it is important to be completely open about everything. Therefore, we want to take this opportunity to highlight the fact that the laws and regulations differ in every country and this, would of course, include Athens (Greece). Similarly, some terms can vary between rental operators, albeit in a minor way, therefore we ensure that the terms and conditions are made available to you to enable you to truly compare your options. The terms and conditions of the specific rental company you opt to use will be sent to you on confirmation of the rental car.

We offer a wide range of vehicles in Athens (Greece), however, the full extent will be determined by the local operator, your chosen rental location and availability. During peak perios it is important to book your rental car as early as possible to maximise the opportunity of getting the widest choice. The types of vehicles will include economy and compact models, family cars estate cars (station wagons), multi-purpose vehicles (also referred to as MPV's, people carriers or vans), prestige car including Mercedes (E Class, S Class, BMW 5 Series and 7 Series etc) and four wheel drive vehicles such as Sports Utility Vehicles (SUV's) or 4x4's. In some larger locations or cities, we can also provide sports cars or high value prestige cars (Porsche, Ferrari, McClaren, Bentley, Audi, Aston Martin and so on).

Our success is based entirely upon offering you the best car rental packages, in terms of price, what is included within the price, vehicle range and convenience for you. Therefore, we strive to do this because we are working on your behalf. If you are happy with our service, your will book your rental car through us and, hopefully, return again in the future. We hope you will be delighted with our service and opt to book your rental car in Athens through Car Hire Assistant.

 

Greece is one of the oldest civilizations dating back more than 7,000 years, as a consequence it has many ancient ruins, some dating back over 4000 years. It has a geographic size of 51,000 square miles and a population of some 10 million people. The capital Athens is one of the oldest remaining cities on the face of the planet, Athens has stood at the centre of the world for thousands of years as a leader in terms of philosophy, history, culture, and mythology. In fact Athens has been inhabited by various people over the past 7,000 years making it one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world.

The largest Greek island by area is Crete, located at the southern edge of the Aegean Sea. The second largest island is Euboea, which is separated from the mainland by the 60m wide Euripus Strait, and is administered as part of the central Greece region. The third and fourth largest Greek islands are, respectively, Lesbos and Rhodes. Greece has land borders with Albania, Macedonia and Bulgaria to the north, and Turkey to the east. Greece has the 11th longest coastline in the world at 13,676 km (8,498 miles) and is mostly mountainous with ranges extending into the sea as peninsulas or chains of islands. This large number of islands totals approximately 1400 (although depending on your definition of an island, this could be put at some 6000), of which 227 are inhabited.

The top 20 largest Greek islands by surface area are: Crete, Euboea, Lesbos, Rhodes, Chios, Cephalonia, Corfu, Lemnos, Samos, Naxos, Zakynthos, Thassos, Andros, Lefkada, Karparthos, Kos, Kythira, Icaria, Skyros, Paros and Timos.

Greece's most populous area is of course Athens ( defined as Greater Athens and Greater Piraeus) with metropolitan population of approximately 4 million million inhabitants. There are also a number of other conurbations that have populations of over 100,000 inhabitants and these include: Patras, Heraklion, Larissa, Volos, Rhodes, Ioannina, Chania and Chalcis. In terms of cities, the most recent statistics place the population of the top 10 cities as follows: Athens, Attica 729,137; Thessaloniki, Central Macedonia 354,290, Piraeus, Attica 172,429, Patra, West Greece 163,360, Peristeri, Attica 137,659, Irakleion, Crete 137,154, Larisa, Thessaly 128,758, Kallithea, Attica 107,767, Nikaia, Attica 94,608 and Kalamaria, Central Macedonia 91,617.

Greece has 40 airports, 15 international, 20 national and 5 local. These include: Agrinion; Agrinion Airpt (AGQ), Alexandroupolis; Demokritos Airpt (AXD), Astypalaia Island; Astypalaia Airpt (JTY). Athens; Eleftherios Venizelos Airpt (ATH), Athens; Hellinikon Airpt (HEW), Chania; Souda Airpt (CHQ), Chios; Chios Airpt (JKH), Corfu; Ioannis Kapodistrias Airpt (CFU), Drama; Drama Airpt (DRM), Heraklion, Crete; N. Kazantzakis Airpt (HER), Ikaria Island; Ikaria Airpt (JIK), Ioannina; Ioannina Airpt (IOA), Kalamata; Kalamata Airpt (KLX), Karpathos; Karpathos Airpt (AOK), Kasos Island; Kasos Island Airpt (KSJ), Kastelorizo; Kastelorizo Airpt (KZS), Kastoria; Aristoteles Airpt (KSO), Kavala; Megas Alexandros Airpt (KVA), Kefallinia; Argostolion Airpt (EFL), Kithira; Kithira Airpt (KIT), Kos; Kos Airpt (KGS), Kozani; Philippos Airpt (KZI), Larisa; Larisa Airpt (LRA), Leros; Leros Airpt (LRS), Limnos; Limnos Airpt (LXS), Milos; Milos Airpt (MLO), Mykonos; Mykonos Island National Airpt (JMK), Mytilene, Lesbos; Mytilene (Odysseas Elytis) International Airpt (MJT), Naxos; Naxos Airpt (JNX), Paros; Paros Airpt (PAS), Patras; Araxos Airpt (GPA), Porto Kheli; Alexion Airpt (PKH), Preveza/Lefkas; Aktion Airpt (PVK), Pyrgos; Andravida Airpt (PYR), Rhodes; Diagoras Airpt (RHO), Samos; Samos Airpt (SMI), Sitia; Sitia Airpt (JSH), Skiathos; Skiathos Airpt (JSI), Skiros; Skiros Airpt (SKU), Sparta; Sparta Airpt (SPJ), Spetsai Island; Spetsai Island Airpt (JSS), Syros Island; Syros Island Airpt (JSY), Thessaloniki; Makedonia Airpt (SKG), Thira; Santorini (Thira) National Airpt (JTR), Volos; Nea Anchialos Airpt (VOL), Zakinthos Island; Zakynthos (Dionysios Solomos) International Airpt (ZTH)

Some of the best beach resorts in Greece include: Balos (Chania, Crete), Sarakiniko (in Elafonisos Island, Peloponnese), Navagio (Zakynthos), Belegrina (Chrissi Island), Elafonissos (Chania, Crete), Egremnoi (Lefkada), Myrtos (Kefalonia), Finikas (Kato Koufonisi), Plaka (Naxos), Paradise (Kos), Sarakiniko (in Elafonisos Island, Peloponnese), Egremnoi (Lefkada), Myrtos (Kefalonia), Erimoupolis (Crete), Myrtidiotissa (Corfu). For film buffs, it is worth noting that the movie Mamma Mia! was filmed (in part) on the islands of Skopelos and Skiathos, with some shots in the coastal town of Damouchari in Greece's Pelion region. The two islands are quite close to each other in the western Aegean Sea, east of mainland Greece.

Planning your Trip

Things always seem to go better when they are carefully planned and flying to another destination is no exception. Plan well and all things being equal, you should have an uneventful trip with less stress. Here are the top tips:

Before you leave

  • Ensure that you have your airline tickets, vouchers for hotel bookings, car rental and/or airport shuttle transfers, your passport, visa (if required), money, credit cards and travellers cheques. If you are renting a car at your destination, make sure you have your driver's licence (paper and photo) and, if necessary, an international drivers permit. These items should all be kept in your hand luggage.
  • Familiarise yourself with the 'banned item' list, these change from time to time, but it is important to know what can go in your hand luggage, what must go in the hold and what you simply cannot take with you.
  • Avoid wrapping items such as gifts or presents because these may be opened by security at your departing or destination airport.
  • If you are taking essential medicines, ensure that that they are in their original packaging and, if they are prescription drugs, try and get a letter from your doctor confirming that these have been prescribed for you. Also remember, that is some countries, certain drugs are banned, even if you have been prescribed them by your doctor. If in doubt, check with the airline and/or embassy.
  • Make sure that you choose comfortable clothing, especially if it is a long journey, also be cognisant of the weather at your destination, which may influence your choice of clothes.
  • Check the weight of your luggage. Most airlines have a strict policy on exceeding baggage limits and airport surcharges can be very expensive. In addition, some airlines will not allow you to pay in excess at checkin, which could lead to delays and inconvenience.

Heading for the airport

  • Always remember to allow plenty of time to arrive at the airport. As a general rule, if you are taking an international flight, you should aim to be at the airport at least 2 hours prior to departure. For local or domestic flights, at least one hour.
  • Make sure you know what terminal you are departing from, some airports are very large and the distance between the terminal buildings can be considerable.
  • Allow plenty of time to get to the airport. Road maintenance often happens at night, and this can occasionally lead to unexpected road closures, so check before you travel and allow ample time for your journey. If you are travelling during the day, then traffic may become your curse, once again, check on travel information sites and allow extra time for unexpected delays.
  • If you are driving to the airport yourself, it is advisable to book your airport parking in advance. Many websites no offer this service and it can be much cheaper than attempting to find parking on arrival.
  • If you are using public transport to get to the airport, then make sure you have booked advance tickets and also, that there are no planned maintenance (in respect of railways) or anticipated road works in the case of coach travel.
  • If you are travelling by hire car and intend to leave it at the airport, make sure the rental company has facilities to allow you to drop it off. Not all car rental companies have airport facilities, many are located just outside.

On arrival at the airport terminal

  • Since 2001, airport security has been tightened considerably and, on occasion, additional security measures are employed at very short notice. As a consequence, the amount of time taken to go through airport security has lengthened considerably and it can also be unpredictable, especially if additional measures have been introduced.
  • Make sure you are familiar with what you can take through security, particularly in relation to banned items and liquids. Remember, even if you have purchased something at the airport (such as drinks), you may not be able to take it through security and/or on the airline.
  • You must keep your baggage with you at all times. In part because of the security issues at airports, but also because it will almost certainly contain your essential travel documents and you would not want to lose them or have them stolen. You should never look after the belongings of other people or agree to carry anything onto the aircraft on their behalf.
  • Once you are through passport control and security, make sure you keep a close eye on the 'departure boards', many airport no longer make verbal announcements and you need to know which gate number your flight is departing from. Also consider the amount of time it takes to get from where you are to the gate, some airport are very large, such as Heathrow and it can take up to 30 minutes to get to the gate.

On the plane

  • If you are going on a long journey, then try to relax and get some sleep. For shorter journeys you may want to read a book, watch a movie or listen to music on your MP3 player. So make sure you have packed laptops, tablets and/or music players into your hand luggage.
  • It is advisable not to eat too much on long haul flights, because this can lead to an inability to sleep or indigestion. Move around the aircraft as much as you can to keep your circulation working. If you have flight socks, then consider using them.
  • Avoid too much alcohol, but drink plenty of other beverages to avoid dehydration.
  • Even if you are a seasoned traveller, it is worthwhile spending a few minutes to decide exactly what you need from your hire car. 
  • When considering the type of vehicle you wish to hire, consider the passengers and the luggage. Hiring a Suzuki jeep for 4 people with luggage could really be a problem. All too often hirers count the seats, but not the luggage.
  • If you are going on holiday and want to relax consider carefully whether you want a manual or automatic gearbox. 
  • Most cars have air conditioning as standard, but some of the economy vehicles may not, therefore if this is important to you, check carefully before you book and upgrade to the next model if necessary.
  • If you are not familiar with the country you are travelling to, then you need to think ahead. Planning the journey from your arrival airport to your destination is often overlooked. Do you need a local map, SatNav or will you take written directions? There is nothing worse than arriving at the airport in the middle of the night and getting lost! 
  • Do you need booster seats, child seats or a ski rack? These are often available from the hire companies at an additional charge, but they have to be booked in advance.  
  • Will you be the only driver? Some rental companies will allow a second driver at no additional charge (or for a small fee), but this needs to be booked in advance.
  • It is recommended that you remove the identiying tag from the car key ring and keep it in a safe place until the termination of your hire to avoid highlighting that you are a tourist and using a rental car. 
  • One Way Hires or dropping the car off at a different location can be convenient, but expensive. Most car hire companies allow this option, but it is worth checking the difference between these options and returning the car to the airport terminal. 
  • Check the terms of your hire carefully. Some rental companies will supply the car with a full tank of petrol and will expect you to return it with a full tank. If you don’t, then there could be additional charges levied and the cost of fuel may not be the most competitive. If your car is not provided with a full tank of petrol then you should plan to stop as early as possible refuel. 
  • Before you accept the car, make sure you check the condition carefully, noting any damage, including scratches, dents, tyres or windscreen damage. You should ensure that these are written on the handover form to avoid any arguments when the vehicle is returned. Also remember that, as the driver, you are responsible for ensuring that the hire car meets local road and traffic regulations, this includes, but is not limited to tyres, lights, wipers and brakes. If you are not happy, reject the vehicle and ask for an alternative. 
  • Above all, familiarise yourself with the car before you drive. Being in a different country with an unfamiliar car can be stressful. Take your time.
  • Rules of the road and more specifically traffic laws and regulations vary enormously between different countries. Therefore, whilst your drivers licence may be valid, your appreciation of local driving laws may not. To avoid frustration, fines, arrest or accidents, all travellers would be well advised to familiarise themselves with the local driving regulations before they embark on their journey. Many European countries also impose 'on the spot' fines for offences such as speeding. Also worth noting is that the car hire company will hold you personally liable for any fines incurred whilst you are using the vehicle, for example, parking fines

Guide to common rental car definitions:

These definitions are provided only as a guide and it essential that you refer to the terms and conditions of your rental agreement for specific terms relative to your hire.

Collision Damage Waiver (CDW), also referred to as: Loss Damage Waiver (LDW)
If the hired car or any of its parts or accessories is damaged other than by theft, attempted theft or vandalism, while on rental, CDW limits your liability to the amount of the non-waivable excess, if any, which applies in each country, provided that you have adhered to all the terms and conditions of the Rental Agreement. CDW does not cover any damage caused as a result of theft, attempted theft or vandalism.

Theft Waiver (TW)
It is an insurance offered by the car rental firm limiting your liability to the excess amount in case of theft of the vehicle. This does not over negligence, if for example you can't return the ignition key, or you left it in an unsafe place, you could be liabel for the full cost of the vehicle, as would be the case with most domestic car insurance policies.

Third Party Liability Protection
Offers protection against any third pary liability such as damage to another vehicle or personal injuries to an individual not travelling in the hire car. TPLP typically does not have an excess or deductible amount to pay.

Super Collision Damage Waiver (SCDW)
Covers tyres, roof and windscreen.

Personal Insurance (PI) Insures against the cost if you accidentally kill yourself or a passenger. (Also see ALI below)
 
Personal Effects Cover (PEC)
Covers property that has been stolen from a vehicle.
 
Additional Liability Insurance (ALI)
This is an optional insurance that protects the hirer and other other authorised drivers against claims made by third parties for personal injuries, death and property damage caused by the use of or the operation of the rental car.

 

The top 20 tourist destinations around the world for British nationals are as follows; 1. Spain 17m, 2. France 14m, 3. USA 6.5m, 4. Ireland 3.579m, 5. Italy 3.5m, 6. Greece 3m, 7. Germany 2.372m, 8. Portugal 2.254m, 9. Turkey 1.920m, 10. Cyprus 1.3m, 11. China (including Hong Kong) 1.212m, 12. Egypt 1.202m, 13. UAE 1.1m, 14. Thailand 812k, 15. India 734k, 16. Australia 670k, 17. Canada 650k, 18. South Africa 451k, 19. New Zealand 300k, 20. Pakistan 285k.

The coveted, top 10 most visited countries in the world are; 1. France 75.5m, 2. United States 50.9m, 3. Spain 48.2m, 4. Italy 41.2m, 5. China 31.2m, 6. United Kingdom 25.2m, 7. Russia 21.2m, 8. Mexico 20.6m, 9. Canada 20.4m and 10. Germany 19m.

According to SkiHorizon, the top winter ski resorts were Switzerland, France, Austria and Italy. The French preferred, Val Thorens, Les Deux, Avoriaz, Les Arcs 1800, Les Menuires, The village of Les Coches, Saint Sorlin d'Arves, Risoul, Tignes Val Claret and Plagne Bellecote. For the British, it was; Morzine, Les Arcs, Saas Fee, Serre Chevalier, Avoriaz, La Plagne, St. Anton, Megeve, Puy St. Vincent and Alpe D'Huez. Whilst the Dutch opted for Risoul, Val Thorens, La Plagne, Saint Sorlin 'dArves, Menuires, Les Deaux Alpes, Avoriaz, SFL, Arca and Oz.

Although France leads the league table in terms of visitor numbers, the top spot in terms of revenue earned from tourism goes to America (World Tourism Organisation figures for 2010) of $103.5bn. 2. Spain $52.5bn, 3. France 46.3bn, 4. China $45.8bn, 5. Italy 38.8bn, 6. Germany $34.7bn, 7. United Kingdom $30.4bn, 8. Australia $30.1 bn, 9. Hong Kong (China) 23bn and 10. Turkey $20.8bn.

The worlds safest roads based on the estimated number of road traffic deaths per 100,000 of population are; 1. Netherlands(49), 2. Sweden (53), 3. Norway (56), 4. United Kingdom (57), 5. Switzerland (69), 6. Germany (71), 7. Finland (72), 8. Denmark (74) 9. Japan (75) and 10. Iceland (79).

The top selling cars in Europe in 2011 are; 1. VW Golf, 2. Ford Fiesta, 3. W Polo, 4. Opel Corsa, 5. Renault Clio, 6. OFord Focus, 7. Opel Astra, 8. Peugeot 207, 9. Fiat Punt0, 10. Renault Megane, 11. VW Passat, 12. Nissa Qashqai, 13. Fiat Panda, 14. Citroen C3 and 15. Skoda Octavia.

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The International Council of Tourism Partners (ICTP) announced that the Thessaloniki Convention & Visitors Bureau (TCVB) joined as its first destination member from Greece. The Thessaloniki Convention &Visitors Bureau was founded by the Thessaloniki Hotel Association and operates as a nonprofit organization. It consists of, and is supported by, a number of members drawn from the city’s enterprises that work in the field of conference tourism, providing a wide range of services in connection with the organization of conventions, meetings, and other related activities. Thessaloniki has both hotel conference centers, as well as independent conference venues, and other unique locations where conferences can be held, such as museums and theatres.

Thessaloniki is the center of the Greek North and the country’s second largest city. With a history of twenty-three centuries reflected in its countless ancient Greek, Roman, Byzantine, and modern monuments, this port city, now home to more than a million people, has always been a cosmopolitan metropolis and a powerful economic and cultural force throughout the entire southeastern European region. Today, more than ever, Thessaloniki is in a position to offer its visitors unique and unforgettable experiences.

The city has its own special atmosphere – a blend of western civilization and eastern influence – and its natural beauty spots and endless emerald-green shores are less than an hour away. Here, visitors can discover a fascinating journey into art and civilization through its museums, galleries, and unique monuments. In addition, Thessaloniki is renowned for its lively nightlife and is considered to be the gastronomic capital of the country, with famous restaurants and many local specialties.

ICTP Chairman Juergen T. Steinmetz said: “The Thessaloniki Convention&Visitors Bureau excels as a destination choice for conference organizers, and ICTP is proud to have it join as a destination member. The city of Thessaloniki has a wide selection of venues and hotels open all year round.” Thessaloniki has hosted major international events such as: the Cultural Capital of Europe in 1997, the European Council Meeting (EU Summit) in 2003, and football matches of the 2004 Olympics.

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The annual British Behaviour Abroad report, compiled by the Foreign Office & Commonwealth Office, has revealed staff handled 19,874 assistance cases last year – up three per cent from the previous year.

The report highlights a significant increase in the number of hospitalisations reported to consular staff among British people travelling to popular holiday hotspots including Spain, Greece and Egypt.

In the year to March 31st 2012, on average, 70 British people were hospitalised every week while abroad. Over 30 per cent of these were in Spain – of which half were on the islands of Majorca and Ibiza which have seen a steep rise in cases over the past two years. USA and France also recorded significant numbers of cases.

Minister for consular services Jeremy Browne said: “While the prospect of ending up in a foreign hospital may be the last thing on your mind as you head overseas for a summer break, sometimes things do go wrong on holiday and many people deeply regret not taking out comprehensive travel insurance.

“We witness many cases where people have invalidated their policy – perhaps by not declaring a pre-existing medical condition or not checking their policy covers a particular activity, such as hiring a moped. Unfortunately they are then surprised that the Foreign Office cannot pay for their bills and flight home. I urge anyone heading overseas this summer to research their destination, take out comprehensive travel insurance, and carefully check the small print of their policy.”

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The Anemos Luxury Grand Resort in Georgioupolis has achieved the internationally recommended Travelife for Hotels & Accommodations Gold Certification at 03/10/2017.
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