Must enter and exit from the specified port
Everyone must enter and exit from the designated port (special circumstances are handled by the Ministry of Public Order on a case-by-case basis), and are obliged to undergo border inspection upon arrival and departure.
Foreigners must hold passports or other travel documents recognized by international treaties when entering the country. If visas are required according to regulations, they must have visas on their passports or travel documents.
Refusal of entry
Even if foreigners have a visa, they will be refused entry in the following situations:
According to the World Health Organization or other international standards, their entry may pose a threat to public order or public health;
Passports or other travel documents do not guarantee that they will return to their country of origin or go to a third country;
Interested in staying in Greece but failed to apply for a residence permit through legal means;
There is no necessary document to prove the legitimate purpose of the trip and reliable financial resources, unless a Greek citizen guarantees it in accordance with legal procedures.
Foreign exchange control
Greece is a country with foreign exchange control. Gold and foreign currency can be brought into the country freely. If it exceeds US$1,000, it should be declared. However, if you do not declare the amount of your carry-in in advance at the Curency Control window, you are only allowed to carry USD 1,000.
When leaving the country, the Greek customs will conduct random inspections, so you must make an honest declaration. As for the bringing in and out of traveler's checks, there are no restrictions.
Bringing items into the country
Tobacco products, 200 cigarettes;
100 cigarillos (each 3 grams or less), 50 cigars, half a catty of tobacco;
Alcoholic beverages, up to two bottles;
Perfume, up to 50 grams.
Note: Travelers under the age of 17 cannot carry tobacco or alcohol products duty-free.