“All the world’s a screen” hosts screenings of Greek films subtitled in English, bringing cinema’s very best to the international community in Athens. Read more
2018 will likely be a record year for tourism in Greece, but even if you haven’t booked yet, you can still find places to stay in these great destinations.
I presume it’s mainly because it is overshadowed by its big brother, Athens, with its plethora of well-known tourist sites, though after spending a month in Thessaloniki, I think it has as much, if not more to offer the casual tourist, than Athens.When I touched down in Thessaloniki, I had no real idea what to expect, it may be Greece’s second largest city, but I reckon more people have heard of the small-ish islands of Corfu and Mykonos than the thriving metropolis that is Thessaloniki. Read more
Famous heroes of tragedy and comedy, ideas and symbols that ancient Greece bequeathed to mankind and which defined the history of thought and art over the centuries, come to life thanks to our series of theatrical and musical performances “The Stones Speak” an educational, recreational and tourist initiative that is being realized again this year by the Hotelier Association of Athens – Attica and Argosaronikos. Read more
Traveling to Santorini can be very expensive, especially in the summer. However, it gets cheaper for off-peak season. The bulk of the savings comes from air tickets and accommodation as they are priced significantly higher during peak period. Booking your Santorini vacation early helps in getting good deals well ahead of others. Read more
Here is some breaking news! Halkidiki has an island! A small, majestic island, the only populated one in the region. As its name (Ammouliani) suggests (“ammos” means sand in Greek) the island’s coastline consists mainly of a succession of sandy coves with turquoise, crystal-clear waters. This little paradise lies just two nautical miles from the coast and can be reached by ferry. The first inhabitants arrived on the island in 1925, as refugees from Asia Minor and brought with them their precious customs, a unique gastronomy, the art of fishing, and rare objects exhibited now in the island’s Folklore Museum. Read more