The known accordion soloist and composer Zoe Tiganouria, presents us again “Aromas of the World & Byzantine Myrrhs” on September 6, “Nomarxeio” yard – Alexandroupolis, at 21:30. Read more
The way you express your love for our country is awesome! Visit Greece’s social networks have been receiving a barrage of ‘loving Greece’ messages. Our followers’ warm and sympathetic comments of their own experience in Greece, the beauty and hospitality they encountered, have left us speechless. We’ve been receiving pictures depicting sun, sea, aromas and flavors of Greek land that reflect the land’s serenity and depict bright smiles of our friends who generously unfold their love for Greece. Post your comments, your own photos, using #lovingreece. Share your moments. And show us your love.
September 19-21, 2014: See Lady Gaga and Cirque du Soleil in Athens.
Multiple reasons exist for you to visit Athens all year round: travel 6000 years back into history and see up close all the ancient and medieval monuments, admire the architectural heritage of the 19th and 20th century, enjoy the light of the Attican sky, beaches, mountainous regions and nearby islands, gastronomy and nightlife. Read more
The director of the film Adventure in Greece Taavi Vartia, lends the Visit Greece Team an interview. Let’s discover his point of view!
The Greek National Tourism Organisation supports this magnificent, intensely gripping, stylish, clever and visually stunning adaptation of Patricia Highsmith’s classic thriller, starring three actors at the top of their game – Viggo Mortensen, Kirsten Dunst and Oscar Isaac as well as the premiere that will take place in London at Curzon Mayfair on Tuesday May 13, where all the cast will be present.
With its white beaches, cool seas and stunning ruins, Greece could slide on its looks.
Yet this magical country has long been a hub of intellectual energy, since the time of Socrates. That greatest of philosophers would no doubt have had something to say about probiotics, the healthful microbes growing in his yogurt which remained unnamed until the 20th century. Perhaps: “The unexamined life is not worth living.”