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Top Things to Do in Mykonos

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Archaeological Museum of Mykonos

Archaeological Museum of Mykonos

The Archaeological Museum of Mykonos is a very popular destination for tourists to indulge into the history of the island and come across some of the collections of the items which range from the Prehistoric Period to Hellenistic Period. Some of the major items include the Cycladic pottery, donkey vase, huge relief pithos and much more. The museum will amaze you with the vast range of creative designs and structures in store of its collection displayed.

Travelling to Mykonos, Greece
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Mykonos is an island, precisely a Greek Island lying in the midst of Syros, Naxos, Paros and Tinos. Chora, is the other name of the town. A nickname, 'The Island of the Winds' has also been given to the island. The main attraction of the island other than its waters and beaches is its night life which is amazingly vibrant and enjoyable. A number of special cuisines, especially sea food cuisines are popular here. There are a lot of churches as well. You can also spot a few windmills and some marvelous monuments in the city. The views and landscapes of the city are amazing and the surrounding waters very rich in marine life.

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Travel Tips & Guide

How to Get Tickets?

Tickets can be booked easily both offline and online. Booking tickets is easier online as it saves time and you can be sure of getting a booking beforehand. You can book tickets for this city through this website and also make payments thereafter, safely and securely.

How To Get Around?

The best option to get around is the bus. The routes cover the island and link towns, beaches, and attractions. The ticket price is also quite cheap, and can be cheaper, depending on your destination. Make sure you get your tickets stamped or you can get fined. Walking around is also possible. But do note that the streets are convoluted and you might ask people for directions. Even so, wandering around by walking and getting lost a bit is not so bad to enjoy the city. If you want to enjoy the air but don't want to walk, you can always rent bikes. Other than that, taxis are also a good option if you aren't sure of your destination location.

Tourism Facts

Best Time to Visit

The best time to visit Mykonos is on September and October. Mykonos is a very popular tourist detination so it's mostly crowded all year-round. But during those months, usually the crowds have left, the water remains warm, and hotel fares are back to their normal price.

Currency

Euro

Will I Need a Guide?

A guide will not be needed as this website has substantial information about all the things you might need to know throughout your trip. Thus, a guide is unnecessary.

How To Get There?

Ferries are available from Rafina and Piraeus which will take you to the main port of Athens. The Mykonos Island is nearby the port and can be reached within hours. However, a different route might take a little more time. You can also catch a flight, arriving at Mykonos Airport, which is located 2km away from the city center.

Additional Info

Keep all your cash and travel documents safely. Bring enough cash since sometimes the ATM lacks funds. Do not leave your luggage unpacked in your hotel room when you leave. Cameras and mobile phones might not be allowed in some locations. Make sure you follow the instructions. In case of any problem, report to the local authorities. The plug type in Greece is type C and type F. They both have two round pins, but type F has two two earth clips on the side.