The war in Yugoslavia has had a serious effect on tourism to Greece. Public opinion is running significantly against the NATO effort and a series of terrorist acts since March have raised concerns that the far-left group November 17 will strike again at NATO nations’ interests. Three American banks, the Dutch and German ambassadors’ residences and the Inter-Continental Hotel have all been attacked. Anti-NATO and anti-American protests have occurred in Athens. On a personal level, however, Greeks are fond of Americans, and the worst incident likely to occur to a visitor is a robust political discussion. Avoid crowds, and follow local press reports for likely locations of demonstrations.