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If you are planning a trip to Santorini soon and you are overwhelmed with the different opinions and information you see all over the internet then you just came to the right place.
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This is the page where we have collected all the basic information for Santorini, with things like ferries to Santorini, flights to Santorini, the weather in Santorini, things you should know for Santorini and basically all the basics you need to start planning the holidays of your life in this little greek heaven.
Before you start researching anything for Santorini you also need to know what the seasons in Santorini are. This infographic will help you understand what is going on:
Recommended Websites for Hotels, Ferries, Flights and Car Rentals for Santorini:
- Booking.com is the website with the most available rooms and Private Villas in Santorini (more than Airbnb)
- Let's Ferry is the best website to book your ferry tickets or check the timetables for Santorini & all greek islands
- Expedia has all the available flights from Athens or other European cities to Santorini (Santorini Airport Code: JTR)
- Get Your Guide has the best and largest variety of Santorini Sailing and Wine Tours
So, let’s see the basics for Santorini, shall we…?
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Is 2 days enough? What about 4 days? What if you want to visit Mykonos and Athens as well? I literally get asked this question probably more than any other regarding Santorini. Here is my advice.
Chances are you are trying to figure out which greek island is better for you to visit, right? Here is the Ultimate Comparison Guide to help you decide this year.
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Our favourite website for booking hotels in Imerovigli is Booking.com and it’s the one that is being used widely all over Greece (by Greeks as well). The good thing about it is that you can basically cancel your booking and you don’t pay anything in advance.