Chora, also known as Mykonos Town, is probably one of my favourite towns in the whole world (especially in the early morning hours, when it’s not already packed with tourists). The maze of cobbled-paved streets offers something for everyone – from shopping (there you can find everything from luxury brands to boutiques and souvenir shops), food spots (if you like gyros, delicious ice-cream or fancy gourmet meals, your taste buds will be pampered either way), cafes, parties (especially Little Venice part in night-time becomes a real deal) to amazing locations to take photos. In this magical labyrinth, you will find countless photogenic spots – white buildings with mostly blue shutters and doors (green and brown-red is allowed as well), adorned with bougainvilleas, iconic windmills, churches… you can walk there for hours and you will still find some photoinspiration, believe me. Even though the Chora is not very large, it is easy to get lost. And it is a place where you really want to get lost as a tourist. The street layout was intended to confuse pirates, now it is an inspiration to many travellers. I cannot even tell you how many photos I took – too many for sure!
outfit: Tom Tailor
in collaboration with Tom Tailor