Epidaurus Festival 2019
Some of the world’s greatest theatre artists will grace the Epidaurus Festival 2019 with their presence. Major directors presenting their work for the first time ever at the Ancient Theatre of Epidaurus, acclaimed theatre groups and famous actors will invite audiences to extraordinary evenings under the summer sky. Read more
For decades Greece has enjoyed its position as a top holiday destination for the masses, but when it comes to a honeymoon, couples will look for something extra special and exclusive for their romantic trip. Well, based on an international survey conducted by Zankyou, the leading wedding portal across Europe and Latin America, it has been confirmed that couples are indeed finding that “extra special something” for their honeymoon trip in Greece! Read more
Every year there is a unique phenomenon that appears in the Greek countryside, which resembles the one of Japan and its blossomed cherry trees.
In Greece, well-being has a long history. The thermal springs of Greece have alleviated ailments, revitalised and relaxed body and soul for centuries. There are 20 recognised thermal springs in Greece. Here is my pick of the best. Read more
20 Instagrammers packed their bags and travelled around Greece with one mission: To bring back pictures of the country taken with a fresh eye, as we have never seen it before.
You have most likely read many articles about the Greek Islands and the Cyclades, most of them focused on Mykonos and Santorini. Therefore we have decided to show you some secret gems of the Cyclades, different from the touristy and popular “Instagram” islands. Greece is beautiful due to the country’s diversity, there are more than 2.000 islands to visit and still only very few are popular. Read more
Well-being means bliss. Well-being means fullness and balance between mind and body.
Αncient Greeks knew its value very well. They made it a lifestyle, drawing inspiration from the generous Greek land. Therefore, well-being translates into a simple, yet rich diet with mother earth’s most pristine products along with a program of non-rigorous exercise, both in complete harmony. The background of course for this to take place would be amidst the beautiful Greek landscape. A magical environment is full of surprises. Read more
They say that love is a many splendored thing that lifts us up where we belong, yet there are some famous couples who have revealed love’s most cruel and stormy face. Check out the tour Love as Chimera, designed by Clio Muse, and explore some beautiful parts of Athens while following the hopeless romantic stories of old Athenian lovers. And if you’re totally fed up with the sappy “they met, they fell in love and lived happily ever after” scenario, these boys and girls will also remind you that lust can, at times, prove fatal… Read more
Like all people living in a big metropolis, I am engaged in a brawling love relationship with Athens. Ask Athenians on a Friday evening what they love about their city and you will get a whole lot of excited answers; the hidden rooftop bars, the maze-like cobbled streets, the nostalgic neoclassical buildings, the summer cinemas, the quirky cafes, the street art scene, the ethereal view of the Acropolis… Ask the same question on a Monday morning and you will hear everybody whining about the traffic in the streets, poor urban planning, tagging walls, and so forth. Well, I guess cities are somehow like us, multifaceted and complicated, one minute looking cute and the next driving you mad. As everything in life is a matter of perspective, I decided to shift into a laid-back mindset and stroll around the corners I love the most! Read more
During this year’s Carnival, all the roads of Thessaloniki will lead to Sohos. The most outstanding celebration of Central Macedonia, maybe also of the whole Northern Greece, is the Carnival. This carnival celebration is undoubtedly the most traditional one, as the goat-looking “Koudounoforoi” (men wearing bells around their waist) of Sohos have an immediate connection to Ancient Greece, land fertility and God Dionysus. Read more