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Greece in the spring

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Hi everyone,

I am trying to see if I can plan a trip to an European destination in the spring (first two weeks of April). I was looking into Greece and I was wondering if anyone had thoughts on what Greece was like during this time of year? Is it relatively warm and good weather? I wanted to ask your opinions before I start devising my itinerary, so I don't really have specific cities or places in mind. It would be my first time in Greece.

I have heard from a few websites that some tourist attractions tend to close down in the spring. I was wondering if people had any thoughts on this.

Thank you!

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