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Map of Greece



I have gotten so many e-mails from people looking for a decent map of Greece on the net that I decided rather then to keep apologizing because I did not know where to find one I would put one on my site. Finding a map simple enough yet with enough information to be helpful was tough but I finally found one. This map takes a few moments to load because it is pretty big and I did not want to reduce it and lose clarity on some of the text so most of you will have to scroll sideways to see it all but it is better then sitting around and waiting for a package from the Greek National Tourist Organization. The map comes from the very helpful Guidebook MAKE YOUR JOURNEY TO GREECE AN UNFORGETTABLE EXPERIENCE by Matina Psychogeos. Not found in most bookstores the book can be ordered from www.greeklanguagecourses.com/journey.html and like everything on my websites I highly recommend it. The island of Corfu in the upper left hand corner is slightly cut off so in case you are looking for it it is right under Albania. if you are looking for Lesvos it is listed as Mytilini and is next to Turkey between Chios and Lemnos.For the best selection of Guidebooks and maps go to Ekdoseis Infognomon at 14 Filellinon just three blocks up from Syntagma Square across the street from Fantasy Travel in Athens. They have maps of all the islands, Greece maps, Athens street maps, and all the popular Guidebooks as well as maps and Guides for other countries.Travelbookstore at 71 Solonos Street in Kolonaki is a bookshop specialising in travel guides and maps of Greece as well as of all international destinations. They have a great variety of editions in Greek, English, French, German , Spanish from companies such as Lonely planet, Rough Guides,Dk, Insight, Michelin, Hachette, Baedeker, Jana Seta, Cicerone, Hallwag, Marco Polo and many others. If you need maps of Greece then this would be a good place to go because they have the largest selection of any bookstore in Athens, and probably the world. They also offered to give a 15% discount to anyone who mentions that they found them in my Athens Survival Guide. If you are looking for a particular map or guide you can e-mail them at info@travelbookstore.gr

There are more Greece maps at http://athensguide.com/map