Here's why Greece should make your must-visit list

Made up of a collection of several islands, Greece is often regarded as the birthplace of Western civilisation.

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Greece is one of Europe's oldest civilisations, and also offers some of the most breath-taking views.

Strategically located at the crossroads of Europe, Asia and Africa, the vast majority of the country is mountainous.

Greece has a total of 17 UNESCO Heritage sites which is among the highest that exists in Europe.

If the idea of exotic islands and cuisine, with a mix of history appeals to you, then Greece should definitely make your travel list.

Europe Express' video shares some interesting insights on this ancient country.

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