British and German travelers -- long the lifeblood of inbound Greek tourism -- have the debt-laden country at their mercy this season. Here's where they should go.
Sitting on the beach in Corfu or sipping wine at a tavern in Athens as the Greeks play out their very public crisis is likely to make any foreign visitor feel a bit guilty, a bit helpless and, perhaps, unwelcome.
That’s not what the Greeks want, of course. It’s not what they want at all.
Have a confidential tip for Skift? Get in touch