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2 weeks in Greece

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My husband and i are planning to go to Greece on 1st June (tickets not booked yet) for 2 weeks. We have booked 7 days in Crete to get some relaxation time in, but wondering what we can do for the second half of the holiday.

Although we are interested in seeing Greece, we dont want to be spending our whole time packing and travelling from one place to the next - so perhaps spend a few days in Athens and go to another island? Just not sure where and what would make sense in terms of accessability.

We would be interested in perhaps doing a few day trips when we're in Crete (again not sure where to go) to do a bit of exploration, see some sights and get a good feeling for what Greece is all about.

Does anyone have any suggestions for an itinerary?

Thanks!

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