Travel in Greece will be difficult on Wednesday, as the General Confederation of Greek Labor has called a 24 hour strike. Expect significant delays and surge pricing. Try to avoid travel where possible.
The strikes may be accompanied by demonstrations. Protest in Greece have seen some outbreaks of violence in the past. Avoid crowds and remain aware of your surroundings.
#Greece A 24-hour strike by the General Confederation of Greek Labor (GSEE) on 28 Nov. No metro, train, tram or trolley services in Athens & buses will only run 9am-9pm. No ferry services across Greece as from midnight. Check with your ferry/tour operator. https://t.co/M0nH8Qz0Z5 pic.twitter.com/axChY2raLH
— FCO travel advice (@FCOtravel) November 27, 2018
Going to Greece tomorrow? Usually I’d be envious, but I’m sorry to say that if your flight gets there your problems will be only just beginninghttps://t.co/8KzbHQz8q5
— Simon Calder (@SimonCalder) November 27, 2018
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