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The Long History Behind Summer Vacation

Who were the first people in history to introduce the concept of vacation? How exactly did ancient Greeks used to spend their free time...

5 Best Traditional Coffee Houses in Greece

There are still several coffee houses in Greece, hidden in picturesque squares and narrow streets, that have remained intact in time, generously offering locals and...

The Ultimate Guide to Greece’s Best Ski Resorts

Below you will find need-to-know information on eighteen of Greece's most popular ski resorts, so you can choose the one that fits your winter...

24 Hours in Downtown Athens

The fascinating and maddening metropolis of Athens, bounded on three sides by Mount Hymettus, Mount Parnitha and Mount Pentelicus, apart from Parthenon’s 2500-year-old honey-color...

Nafplio; Well-Guarded Fall Fun in Greece’s First Capital City

At first sight it may remind you of Plaka in Athens but do not let that look fool you. It may even provoke the...

Choreographer of Athens 2004 Olympic Games To Present ‘STILL LIFE’ Worldwide

"STILL LIFE" visual performance, conceived and directed by Greek artist Dimitris Papaioannou, and produced by 2WORKS with the support of the Onassis Cultural Centre in...

Mediterranean Diet: Greeks Heart-Healthy Eating Plan Disclosed

Nutritionists encourage people to focus on the Mediterranean diet, following the traditional dietary patterns that were originally inspired by the countries of Greece and Spain as...

Aitoliko: Greece’s Most Picturesque Narrowboat Hangout

Aitoliko is a small, densely populated island that is located in the middle of a calm lagoon in Western Greece, connected to the mainland by...

German Mag’s Autumn Issue Dedicated to Downtown Athens Beauty

Flaneur is an unconventional magazine that is published by young journalist Ricarda Messner in Berlin, Germany, aiming to narrate universal stories through interesting presentations of a single microcosm....

Experiencing Greece’s Wildest Carnival

The Skyros carnival is not widely known around Greece, however its entertainment and rituals make it one of the wildest events of the Greek...

13 Spooky ‘Friday the 13th’ Facts & Myths

Friday the 13th, also known as "Black Friday," is considered a spooky day by the majority of people in the Western world as it...

New Start-Up Introduces Next Generation Greek Souvenirs

Greek Way, the promising new start-up of Stelios Kerastas and Kostas Siolas, recently introduced a different kind of tourist gift concept. The two young and...

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