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Central and Northern Greece is the large, varied upper two thirds of Greece which, apart from a few scattered famous attractions, is still relatively untouristed, though much of this area offers rewarding destinations that deserve to be better known. Distances are long, and though the major cities are easy enough to get to by bus or train, and almost everywhere is served by at least one bus a day, visitors who want to get off the beaten track or cover a lot of ground in a limited time will probably find it most practical to have a car.

Regions of Central Greece

Evvia – An island, part of Sterea Hellada
Sterea Hellada – Central Greece

The main cities in central Greece are:

Delphi — site of the famous oracle of Apollo, major archeological site