What time do you have to get up and set off to be the first at the “Makaza” checkpoint? This question and its derivatives are the most frequently asked in recent days on social networks or in communication between travelers to Greece, writes 24rodopi.com.
“I left Plovdiv at 3:10 a.m. to be at the check point at 5 a.m.,” says a Plovdiv resident who, despite the early hour, had a 50-meter long queue, but is satisfied: “Only 10 minutes of waiting.”
At 6:30 a.m., the column is 600 meters long, an hour later – a kilometer.
Waiting – about an hour.