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Through the stunning mountainous landscapes of Fokida one reaches a town with a feel of posh, tradition, and naval history: the picturesque pride and joy of the southern coasts of central Greece, i.e. Galaxidi. Brave seamen used to sail around the Mediterranean Sea to seek refuge in the two natural ports of the little town, Agora and Chirolakas. The naval and the folklore museums bear witness to the history of Galaxidi. Read more
Built between Antirrio and the mouth of the river Mornos, Nafpaktos is the most beautiful town of the district of Aitoloakarnania. Its idyllic beaches face the Corinthian gulf; its mountain attractiveness encompasses Nafpaktia; its rich history is reflected on two fabulous monuments, the Venetian castle and the Venetian port. Read more
In the first days of September, let’s visit Amorgos in order to meet 17 visual artists creating and shaping works along the path that goes from Vroutsi to Rachoula in the southern part of the island(Kàto Merià) Their project is based on the history of Cyclades and raw materials of Amorgos. Installations inspired by the recent past, the needs and the purpose of the path, aiming to shed a different light on the landscape. Read more
Have you ever tried the ultimate open air cinema experience in Athens? Are you interested in Greek cinema?
“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
Untouched by mass tourist flows, Epirus is a little known region in northwest Greece and the host of the Cultural Route of Ancient Theatres; a region that may be justly described as a hidden treasure-trove, waiting to be discovered by the discriminating tourist, the tourist-traveler. Read more
The National and Kapodistrian University of Athens opens its “home” to the general public and invites you to get to know the Propylaia, one of the most emblematic landmarks of the capital city of the Greek state. Founded in 1839 and designed by the Danish architect Hans Christian Hansen, the neoclassical building and its monumental precinct bring up the most acknowledged highlights of Greek national history. Read more
Theme (2018): City and the Citizen
CYCLE A: July 2- 16, 2018
CYCLE B: July 18- August 1, 2018
The Epidaurus Lyceum, is an international summer school of ancient drama studies and practice located in the area of ancient Epidaurus, operating annually during the Athens & Epidaurus Festival, which aims at the participation of students and graduates from Theatre Academies, Drama Schools, Dance Schools and Performing Arts’ Universities from around the world. Read more
Based on the preferences of the TripAdvisor audience, who voted for their favorite destinations across the European continent and the world for 2018, Greece has Read more
A creative group of architects, inspired by Greek culture and tradition, designs and manufactures concept lighting and ornaments. Venues such as the Benaki Museum and Athens Concert Hall Read more