10Don’t only carry credit cards

While sellers in Greece are required by law to have the equipment necessary to take your credit or debit card, it’s unwise to rely on that. Always have some cash with you because often in remote areas, very small and traditional tavernas, or in flea market stalls, only cash is going to be accepted. Especially when you visit tiny villages or places off the beaten path expect transactions to be done with cash rather than plastic.

Don’t rely on remote area ATMs either because they may be empty of cash if you try to use them. Just carry small amounts of cash for casual purchases.