With its white beaches, cool seas and stunning ruins, Greececould 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.”
Follow Visit Greece’s board #gr2014eutourism on Pinterest. The conference held at the Museum of Cycladic Art on March 11, 2014 debated the role Technology plays and the developments it brings in Travel & Tourism. Divided in three Sessions, we were introduced … Read more …
The Carnival of Xanthi is back in town and promises to offer to residents and visitors of the lovely city of Xanthi (Thrace, Northern Greece) numerous moments of entertainment from February 14, 2014 to March 2, 2014.
This year the Carnival of Rethymno celebrates its 100 years anniversary and invites residents and visitors of the city to participate in its festivities which will last from February 9, 2014 to March 3, 2014.
The carnival of the Municipality of Moschato-Tavros in Athens promises to offer a lot of unforgettable moments of fun to all participants and visitors at its festivities which will last from February 8, 2014 to March 3, 2014.
The Zakynthos (Zante) Carnival 2014 promises to offer once again a lot of fun and joy from February 9, 2014 to March 2, 2014 as it includes fun making traditions of Zakynthos as well as various festivities.
It’s Christmas Eve and the Visit Greece Teamis coming to town to deliver some Christmas tips to our fans all around the word! So, if you are in Greece and you still wonder what to do at Christmas, our holidays’ “experts” suggest:
It is true that Greece is the land of sunshine! Once in a while though there are a few days of rain. So, you are in Athens and it’s raining! Don’t despair. There’s plenty to do in Greece’s capital city. Here are some ideas of how to make the best out of a rainy/stormy day, or weekend in Athens.