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Free maps - Yes, please!

If you have already booked a holiday through Hidden Greece in London you should receive your maps automatically. Otherwise please continue your request

We have recently booked a holiday directly with Hidden Greece featured Greek accommodation through the Hidden Greece links to their websites and message service. Here are brief details:
 
Lead passenger name
No of persons
Dep. date from UK
e-mail (in case of query)*
  Resort or island Accommodation Name No of nights
1st stay
2nd stay
3rd stay


When Hidden Greece has confirmed our booking with your colleagues in Greece, please send the maps to this UK address:

* We will not give your email address to anyone else and will not overuse it. 
Maps subject to remaining in stock and to there being enough time to send them to you.
UK postal addresses only.


Greek maps
- really good ones
FREE
from Hidden Greece

In association with Stanford's of Covent Garden, probably the world's largest map store

 

   


Just two provisos:

1 - maps of an acceptable quality are not yet available for Donoussa, Iraklia, Koufonissia or Schoinoussa in the Cyclades; or for Kastellorizon, Leros, Lipsi, Patmos, Symi or Tilos in the Dodecanese though we are searching for alternatives. Locally produced maps are usually available on the spot, but treat them with suspicion.

2 - we do not offer maps if your stay is merely a transit stop for 1-2 nights; or (obviously) if a map is out of print, though we have substitutes for some places.

Greek Maps
Experienced travellers to Greece will remember fondly the traditional Greek maps without any indication of scale or date of publication, let alone any co-ordinates for your GPS which might have explained why you were standing 2km out to sea off Spetsai when you thought you were on the Temple of Afea on Aegina. Such maps were obviously compiled by island big-wigs over an ouzo, resulting in whole networks of roads and paths shown simply because they thought tourists would find them useful. Well, they would have: the trouble was that most were non-existent.