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Female Traveling Solo in Greece, advice?

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Hi all! I'm thinking of heading to Greece in Sept. 2013 and I'd love your advice. Is it safe for me to travel there alone? I'm a 23 year old, never traveled to Europe.

I'm hoping to spend a month and I want to see Corfu, Paxi, Zakinthos, Thira, Folegandros, Serifos, Amorgos, Mykonos, and Dilos. Would you recommend all of those areas? What would you say would be the ideal amount of time spent at each location? How safe am I in Athens?

I'm not on a tight budget but I'd like to keep prices considerably low. Any tips on hostels, ect.? I'm not a big partier...so no Pink Palace haha.

Thank you, thank you, thank you. Your advice is greatly appreciated.

Jordan

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