Entry formalities and useful contacts Greece
- Passport ou National Identity Card (currently valid).
- The Minors must have their own identity document. For the authorization to leave the country when the children are not accompanied by one of their parents, each country has implemented its own regulations.
Thus, for French minors, a law that entered into force in January 2017 reinstated the authorization to leave the country. To travel abroad, they must be provided with an identity document (identity card or passport), a form signed by one of the parents with parental authority and a photocopy of the identity document of the signing parent.
- Student card : for European Union nationals, it gives the right to free admission in many sites and museums.
- Driver's license, green card.
- Spearfishing: followers of this sport must present a permit issued by the local maritime police.
- Tourist office hellé Musé42-60-65-75. Email: email@example.com. Open Monday to Friday from 10 a.m. to Embassy of GrèVacquerie, 75016 Paris. Me47-23-72-28.
- Institut d'éhelle48-74-09-56.
Offers, among other things, introductory courses in modern Greek.
- Bookstore hellé43-20-84-04. Open Tuesday to Saturday from 15 p.m. to 19 p.m. Closed in August.
All Greek literature, ancient and modern. Modern Greek lessons are also offered.
- Embassy of GrèCarmes, 10, 1000 Brussels. TE545-55-00.
- Consulate of GrèCarmes, 6, Brussels 1000. Té545-55-10.
- National office hellé221-01-05. Open Monday to Friday from 9 a.m. to Embassy of Greece 356-14-14.
- Consulate geMeylon, 1, 1208 Genè735-73-90.
- Embassy of Greece0K6. Tee6271.
- Consulate ge3L6. Tee2119. Open Monday to Friday from 9 a.m. to you).
- 2 other consulates general, in Toronto and Vancouver.