Greece is generally considered a safe country to visit for tourists. The country has a low crime rate, and violent crimes are rare. However, like any other destination, it is always important to exercise caution and take necessary precautions to ensure your safety.

Restaurants in Greece usually open for lunch around 1:00 PM and remain open until late in the evening. Dinner is typically served from 7:00 PM onwards, and many restaurants stay open until midnight or even later, especially in popular tourist areas. Most shops in Greece open around 9:00 AM or 10:00 AM and close for a few hours in the afternoon, usually between 2:00 PM and 5:00 PM. However, in larger cities and tourist areas, some shops may stay open throughout the day. Supermarkets in Greece generally have longer opening hours compared to other shops. They are usually open from early morning, around 8:00 AM or 9:00 AM, until late in the evening, typically around 9:00 PM or 10:00 PM.

The currency used in Greece is the Euro. ATMs are widely available in Greece, and credit cards are accepted in most establishments, making it easy for visitors to access their funds. While the euro is the official currency in Greece, it's always a good idea to carry some cash, especially when visiting smaller towns or remote areas where card payments may not be as widely accepted.

Greece is a member of the Schengen Area, which is a group of European countries that have abolished passport control at their mutual borders. If you are a citizen of a Schengen Area country, such as Germany, France, or Italy, you can enter Greece without a visa and stay for up to 90 days within a 180-day period. If you are not a citizen of a Schengen Area country, you may need to apply for a visa before traveling to Greece. The type of visa you need will depend on the purpose of your visit, whether it is for tourism, business, or other reasons. It is important to check the specific visa requirements for your country of residence before making any travel plans.

Public Transportation, such as buses, the subway (Athens only) and the International Suburban Railway. Taxis, which can be found at designated taxi stands and can also be called via the Freenow mobile application. Ferries, which connect the mainland with the islands mainly through Piraeus port, providing a scenic and enjoyable way to explore the Greek archipelago.

The country's official language is the Greek language. However in most tourist areas the English language is frequently and often Greeks won't mind if tourists can't speak Greek.