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‘Contrasts’ Exhibition Tells Piraeus’ Story

  “Contrasts” at Piraeus’ Archaeological Museum is an exhibition that tells the story of the Greek port city. Piraeus' unique characteristics are shaped by the differences...

New Piraeus-Athens Airport Rail Link to Start Thursday

A new direct train service linking the port of Piraeus with Athens' international airport will begin on Thursday, Greek train operator TRAINOSE has said. The...

New Rail Link to Join Piraeus, Athens Airport

Next month will see the Greek port of Piraeus linked by rail to Athens' international airport, it was announced on Tuesday. Piraeus, which is also...

Piraeus Port Gets Ready To Welcome Mega Vessel

Greece’s shipping industry is showing serious signs of growth as a Piraeus port in the throes of a multi-million-euro expansion prepares to welcome an...

Greek Police Arrest Four Over Attack on Anarchist Center

  Greek anti-terrorist police on Thursday detained four individuals in connection with the attempted firebombing of an anarchist center last August. Reports suggest the four males...

Spilled Oil Pollution from Salamis Shipwreck Reaches Piraeus Coast

On Tuesday night, strong winds swept away large chunks of oil slick that were the result of Sunday's sinking of the anchored oil tanker...

Cosco and SIPG to Sign Key Agreement in Piraeus

China Cosco Shipping Corporation Limited chairman Xu Lirong is about to arrive in Athens to sign two memorandums of cooperation, both of which are...

Sea Days 2017, a Panorama of Events in Piraeus

The municipality of Piraeus in cooperation with city agencies and associations is for third consecutive year organizing the "SEA DAYS 2017," a festival on...
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Athens Chinatown: Meet the Chinese Community of Greece (Full Documentary)

Although the Chinese started immigrating to Greece very late compared to other countries, today Athens is home the newest Chinatown in Europe. We visited the...

Hellenic Navy Opens Ships to Public from Wednesday-Sunday to Celebrate ‘Oxi’ Day

War ships of the Hellenic Navy will be open to the public for the national holiday that marks the anniversary of Greek dictator Ioannis...

Cruise Tourism in Greece Might Drop 30% in 2017

Cruise tourism in Greece might drop as high as 30 percent in 2017 compared to this year, according to the Greek Tourism Confederation (SETE). SETE...

Piraeus Port’s Ancient Ietonian Gate to be Upgraded

The archaeological site of the Ietionian Gate in Piraeus will be upgraded and is expected to be ready to open to the public in...

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