Greece

The Place Where Beautiful Myths Start: Wandering In Athens

Despite the adversity it has faced in recent maybe even because of it—Athens has become an incredibly fun place to …

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Rouketopolemos (Rocket War) – Chios, Greece

Rouketopolemos (Rocket War) – Chios, Greece

MARCH OR APRIL (EASTER). EASTER CELEBRATIONS IN GREECE CAN GET PRETTY LARGE, OR SO WE’VE HEARD. It may well have …

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The Ancient Spirit of Athens Will Always Be There

The Ancient Spirit of Athens Will Always Be There

Athens is so old that one would be forgiven for trying to make a “Yo’ mama” joke. From myths, gods, …

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Adventures on the Adriatic and Ionian Seas – Dalmatian Coast & Coast Greece

Adventures on the Adriatic and Ionian Seas – Dalmatian Coast & Coast Greece

 In grade school I was always the kid who eagerly awaited the newest issue of National Geographic magazine. I remember …

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Peloponnese: A Greek Peninsula Rich In Nature And More

Peloponnese: A Greek Peninsula Rich In Nature And More

VOURAIKOS GORGE An unmissable journey is aboard the vintage rack-and-pinion Diakofto-Kalavryta railway. It takes travellers on a scenic one-hour ride …

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Top 6 Hotspots To Visit In Greece

Top 6 Hotspots To Visit In Greece

1. Athens Start your journey in the cradle of Western civilisation, getting to grips with both ancient history and startling …

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Ikos Olivia, Greece

Ikos Olivia, Greece

WHAT: October half-term can be dark and gloomy — the days arc; getting shorter and colder and there are fewer …

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Palace of the Grand Masters – Rhodes, Greece

Palace of the Grand Masters – Rhodes, Greece

Built in the 14th century by the Knights of Rhodes, who occupied Rhodes from 1309 to 1522, this fortress within …

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Monastery of St. John – Patmos, Greece

Monastery of St. John – Patmos, Greece

The Monastery of St. John is one of the most important places of worship for Orthodox and Western Christians alike. …

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Acropolis – Athens, Greece

Acropolis – Athens, Greece

In the mid-5th century BC, the Athenian statesman Perikles persuaded the Athenians to begin a program of building work that …

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