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toniiv

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I am still trying to plan a bachelor’s party in Greece. I have researched a few destinations and hit some dead ends. Here are my latest possibilities – I have narrowed it down and am wondering what you guys think:
  • Athens – this is by far the most convenient for everyone, and there are a lot of options (this is the groom’s second choice)
  • Mykonos – great nightlife, expensive, not as easy to get to – the groom really likes the idea of coming here
  • Paros – A smaller island with some nightlife, not as expensive, but a bit harder to get to
 
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It is honestly really hard to plan something like this and getting everyone together. The easiest option is by far Athens. I would plan it how you think, and then hopefully most of you guest list will go. Athens area has everything - even clubs and beaches - and it is much easier to get to for those who don't live in Greece. For those living in Greece (but elsewhere) it's also easy because of all the ferries, there's an airport, etc.
 

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