The coastal village of Oia, located in the northwestern corner of the Greek island of Santorini, is famous for its hilltop structures which overlook the water. Just like the nation's flag, the homes and churches are white and blue. Some of the most striking are whitewashed churches with blue domes topped with a white cross.
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In what countries have you used public transit to get around?
On the Greek island of Santorini, do-it-yourself cruisers like us quickly realize that, after taking a tender from the ship to Fira, it's quite easy to get to Oia on your own. After a ride on the cable car or donkey (or uphill climb to the main town), it's an easy walk to the bus station. Just buy your ticket from the driver and hop on. It's inexpensive and you can't beat the iconic views in the village of Oia!
Do you ever rely on public transportation when traveling?