Are jeans appropriate in Greece?

Greeks wear jeans just as much as anywhere else. Normal rules apply – dress up for smart restaurants & churches etc, I'd say. Also, it gets awfully hot to wear jeans in Greece!Cached

What is the dress code for Greece?

The Greek dress code is generally casual and relaxed, but it's important to respect certain cultural norms, particularly when visiting religious sites. In religious sites, you will want to be sure your knees and shoulders are covered. Yes, it's traditional, but better to either not enter or be respectful.

Can you wear jeans in Greece?

Are shorts OK in Greece?

It is acceptable to wear shorts, whether you are a woman or a man. However, NEVER (and I do mean NEVER) wear shorts if you want to visit a church or monastery. Also, if you plan to do a walking tour of Athens, ditch the shorts and opt for a dress – if you are a woman – or a pair of long pants – if you are a man.

What does 5 fingers mean in Greece?

1. What does 5 fingers mean in Greece? ( Moutza) The worst gesture you can make in Greece is the 'moutza' which is holding up your hand like a 'stop' sign and showing the full open palm of your hand with your fingers spread out.

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