Advice for fans travelling to Greece for Olympiacos versus Manchester United match on 25 February 2014 can be found on the Gov.uk website.
There were earthquakes on Kefalonia on 26 January and 3 February 2014, measuring 5.8 and 5.7 respectively on the Richter scale. There have been a number of aftershocks, most recently on Thursday 6 February. Local authorities are continuing to implement their emergency plans and advising residents to report any structural damage to properties to the Regional Governor’s office in Argostoli. Civil engineers are urgently assessing the damage and where homes are ruled unsafe, temporary accommodation is being provided on a ship moored off Argostoli harbour.
Local Authorities are reporting that ferries are currently suspended from Argostoli port to the mainland but that most small boats are running. The ports of Poros and Fiskardo are functioning as normal. Small boats are also running from Lixouri port on a regular basis.
The airport remains open and operational.
There are regular strikes. These are sometimes called at short notice and can cause disruption to public transport in and out of Greece (including air travel and ports). Demonstrations take place regularly in central Athens, and have also taken place in other towns and cities. You should avoid all demonstrations and follow the advice given by local security authorities. See Major pre-planned strikes and demonstrations
There is a general threat from terrorism and acts of political violence. See Terrorism
The emergency services number in Greece is 112. Calling 999 from a UK mobile in Greece will automatically transfer you to the Greek emergency services.
Around 2 million British nationals visit Greece every year. Most visits are trouble-free, but you should take sensible precautions to protect yourself and your belongings. See Crime
Carry a copy of your passport or other photographic ID which confirms British nationality at all times.
The Greek police will not accept rowdy or indecent behaviour, especially where excessive drinking is involved. Greek courts impose heavy fines or prison sentences on people who behave indecently. Your travel insurance may not cover you after drinking. See Local laws and customs.
Take out comprehensive travel and medical insurance before you travel.