In the basement of 6, Tsakalof Street – a stone’s throw from Kolonaki Square in central Athens – a scarlet door leads to the Red Door, a bar-restaurant with an air of private club that introduces the city to the ritual of the yakiniku. So take off your shoes and sit on one of the 7 “sunken” tables, where you can roast on the spot the meats of your choice yourself. Across the room, at the impressive white-marble bar, Japanese cocktails are made. Read more
Kite surfing & Wind surfing in Messolonghi
Several beaches around Messolonghi city are ideal for kitesurf and windsurf! The diversity of coastline with deep and shallow water, moderate and strong winds are the ideal prerequisites for Kite and Wind surfing. Some of the most ideal beaches on the west coast of Greece is Messolonghi lagoon, Dioni, Tourlida and Kryoneri! Surfers from all over Greece regularly visit Messolonghi to train! Read more
Breathtaking beauty, traditional architecture and experiences that will have you returning for more.
Gorges, rivers, dense forests, steep slopes, natural pools, rocky peaks, such as the seemingly sculpted Astraka peak, and the so-called “Dragon Lakes” (drakolimnes) – the dwelling places of dragons, according to local legend – await the more adventurous traveler. Read more
The once-quiet village where people stopped to buy folk art before reaching Delphi, is now the winter equivalent of Mykonos.
Nestled on Mt Parnassos, Arachova is a town that has been transformed into a popular destination for those seeking winter sports and relaxation. It sits at an altitude of 973 meters and its main road is always busy with visitors. Thanks to its proximity to Athens, the winter months see it buzzing on weekends with city slickers escaping the rat race for a break in the refreshing mountain air. Follow their footsteps and find out why this place is so adored by both Greeks and foreigners alike.
This is the most wonderful time of the year in these hand-picked mountainous villages.
The first major participatory exhibition in Greece is a fact, and it is about the 1980s. Besides, it is bilingual and, therefore, particularly friendly to foreign visitors of the city too. Read more
The new year brings exciting gastronomic news. Read more