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Book Greece on my Own?

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I'm planning our honeymoon to Greece (Athens/Mykonos/Santorini) for this September. I'm debating whether to use an agent or not, and if so, to book through a Greek agency or an American one. I just booked our flight last night...
I seem to finding great deals all over on my own... We prefer some of the smaller, boutique hotels that don't seem to be on too many travel agents' radars.

Is it doable (and recommended) to go it alone or use a pro? I've traveled internationally before and have also lived out of country, so I can handle minor hiccups. That said, it's also our honeymoon;)

Is it easy enough to find and book ferries and transfers once you're in Greece? Or, is that something that's better done through an agent?

I truly appreciate the help -- and love reading others' posts about their upcoming trips to Greece!

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