Meteora and the town of Kalambaka, which is located at the feet of this unique monument of nature, are a good idea for a spring excursion that can be combined with celebrating Easter with devotion. The almost eerie stone rocks of Meteora are a Classified and Protected Monument of Humanity by UNESCO, and also the second largest monastic community in Greece after Mount Athos. Read more
Family destinations that combine fun, culture and pleasant weather. Read more
Discover the beautiful Macedonian lakeside city with its grand mansions and a rich history.
Kastoria is not an easy city. The cold is bitter, the streets are confusing and even the lake doesn’t help you navigate. I got lost many times; each time I thought I’d found my way when I reached the lake only to discover another part I hadn’t seen before. A huge glass-like surface, frozen by the cold, seemed to constantly reappear in front of me. Read more
Diving in Greece can satisfy even the most experienced of divers.
Most diving destinations around the world offer an opportunity to explore marine nature. In Greece, diving also offers a look into modern history.
From the Gulf of Evia to the Saronic Gulf, both close to Athens, and the Ionian Sea in western Greece, to the Cyclades in the Aegean Sea, Greece’s seabed is a vast museum of modern wrecks. Offering more than just rusted metal sheets, each wreck carries its own unique history. Read more
Exploring the ideal places for romantic strolls and activities that will make you hold on to your partner’s hand that little bit tighter. Read more
Could you imagine a place where the past of aesthetics meets the present, fashion and the art of everyday life? Such a multifaceted experience is offered by “Galerie E. Marneri” (corner of 5-7, Lempesi Str. & 16, Porinou Str.) Read more
The team of the award-winning bar “The Clumsies” in central Athens (30, Praxitelous Str.) organises a special event on Thursday, March 9. Read more