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Veria – Βέροια!

It is the capital of the Imathia province, a gorgeous town that has a lot to offer to the visitor. Veria is right next to the archaeological site of Vergina and many historical monasteries, not to mention that the town  is a site by itself! The town has two museums, an Archaeological and a Byzantine […]

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Monastery of Saint John the Baptist, Veria

It’s an old monastery dedicated to Saint John the Baptist that rumor has it was a holy hermitage as early as the 9th century AD. The monastery was founded in the 14th century AD and it is built in a truly breath-taking location with panoramic view! Πρόκειται για ένα μοναστήρι αφιερωμένο στον Άγιο Ιωάννη τον […]

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Old Metropolis church of Veria!

It’s a temple reconstructed in the 11th century AD. It’s the oldest church in town and one of the largest Byzantine churches in the Balkans area. The wall frescos are as old as painted in the 13th AD century and of great historical importance. Πρόκειται για ναό που ανοικοδομήθηκε τον 11ο μΧ αιώνα. Είναι ο […]

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Archaeological site of Vergina – Aeges

The archaeological site of Vergina is one of the most important archaeological sites in the entire Greece. Here were found many ancient royal tombs, among them the one that belongs to King Phillipos the second, father of Alexander the Great. Due to its extreme importance, in 1996 UNESCO announced that the specific monument is officially […]

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Hebrew Synagogue of Veria

It is the oldest synagogue in Northern Greece, built in 1850 AD. The building is well preserved and worthwhile to visit. In order to visit the synagogue, you need to call first and make arrangements with the Tourism Mayoral desk of Veria. Πρόκειται για την αρχαιότερη εβραϊκή συναγωγή της Βόρειας Ελλάδας, η οποία κτίστηκε το […]

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Chania – Old Town

The old Town of Chania is considered one of the most beautiful old towns in Europe and for good reason! Here you can find a fascinating mixture of cultures as during the town’s old history; Venetians, Muslims and Jews lived here in piece along with the local Orthodox Christians. This unique culture blend is imprinted […]

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Kissamos, Crete

It’s a popular vacation destination in Crete. You will find it around 40 kilometers west of the city of Chania. The scenery is beautiful and the entire area is well organized to cover all tourist needs.  Many hotels as well as rooms to let, villas, restaurants, cafe and beach bars are at the visitor’s disposal, […]

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The old town of Rethymno

The old town of Rethymno will impress the visitor at first glance! All buildings carry their very own architectural identity influenced by the Venice domination as well as the Turkish occupation later on. The entire road system of the old town consists of narrow paved streets, ideal for romantic walks and with their own personal […]

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Saint Barbara Park in Drama

A beautiful park with its very own identity, downtown the city of Drama! It is located right across the church of Saint Barbara, amongst the water springs and thick lines of trees that surround the pond created by the springs of Saint Barbara – a remarkable place! Ένα όμορφο πάρκο που δίνει τη δική του […]

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Children’s Play Area Athens International Airport Eleftherios Venizelos

A charming, well organized and inviting space for children is operating lately at the area of Eleftherios Venizelos Airport, one established by the well known Greek children’s charity organization of HAMOGELO TOU PEDIOU (The smile of a child). A few days ago we got the opportunity to visit it and we were impressed by the […]

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Hydrama Grand Hotel, Drama

It’s a brand new five star hotel, worthwhile to visit and experience its hospitality even for just a few days! Setting foot in the reception lobby you will immediately be impressed by the spacious and bright public places, the beautiful view of the Saint Barbara springs and the lavishly acknowledged spirit of luxurious hospitality all […]

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The Athenian Callirhoe Exclusive Hotel

If you find yourself in Athens, your choices of accommodation are endless! Each time I happened to be visiting Athens myself, would be looking for ideal new places to try out but the last couple of years, that dilemma is over for me! There’s no other choice ever since I discovered the Athenian Callihoe Exclusive […]

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Alaja Imaret, Thessaloniki

Alaja Imaret in Turkish means «colorful sanctuary». It’s a mosque built in the 15th century, worthwhile to visit as it offers a lot more than just sightseeing. During various periods of time you may find here interesting exhibits. For example, during the time of our own visit we got the chance to attend an exhibit […]

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Ano Poli (Old Town at higher ground), Thessaloniki

It is one of the most beautiful areas of Thessaloniki, maintaining its original traditional color up to nowadays. Being located at higher ground (thus its name) it’s the only area of the old city that managed to escape the large fire of 1917. We strongly recommend you explore it on foot, discovering unique beautiful corners […]

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Vlatadon Monastery, Thessaloniki

The monastery was founded in the 14th century and is still operating. According to tradition, the monastery was built in the place that Apostle Paul stayed and taught. From  the Monastery Vlatadon you can enjoy the amazing  view of the city of Thessaloniki! Η Μονή ιδρύθηκε τον 14ο αιώνα και λειτουργεί ως τις μέρες μας.  […]

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Kamara, Thessaloniki

Kamara  is  called the Arch of Galerius built in the early 4th century AD in honor of Emperor Galerius. Today it is a popular meeting point not only for locals but for foreign visitors to the city too. Πρόκειται για την Αψίδα του Γαλέριου που κτίστηκε στις αρχές του 4ου μΧ αιώνα.  Κατασκευάστηκε προς τιμήν […]

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Sculpture Umbrellas, Thessaloniki

The George Zoggolopoulo’s  umbrellas sculpture,  standing proudly in Thessaloniki’s promenade,  is one of the most famous attractions in the city. Greece was represented with this sculpture at the 45th Biennale in Venice. From there the sculpture was transported and placed in the seaside in 1997, when the city was nominated Cultural Capital of Europe. This […]

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The Castle of Kavala!

This is the ideal place to get the most beautiful view of the city. Dominant at the top of Kavala, it sets the boundary of the Old City and draws immediately the attention of any visitor. It’s worth the trouble to walk uphill, strolling through the paved romantic streets of the old city. Your trouble […]

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Kavala, the Harbor!

Kavala is one of the most well-known harbors since ancient times due to its exceptional geographical and strategic positions. In our days, the commercial and tourist harbor of Kavala is one of the most up to date harbors, large and efficient, adding its own unique paintbrush to the canvas of this special Northern coastal city! I […]

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Spending a weekend at Northern Evia? Why not!

       If you happen to love loose rhythms, quiet beaches, crystal clean sea and great food, then Evia is the ideal vacation place for you to consider! We spent a few days there some time ago, somewhere between the towns of Edipsos and Gialtra and we had the best of time! There are […]

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Cave Anemotripa, Pramanta, Tzoumerka

The cave was explored for the first time around the 1960s. Until today a part of 270 meters of it has been explored and it is accessible to the public. It is full of stalactites and stalagmites and below it an underground river flows. If you find yourself at Pramanta and you are a cave […]

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Karvouno villas, Sivota, Thesprotia, Epirus, Greece

It is a complex of private villas in Sivota, in the beach called karvouno. The villas are built right next to the beach, and is a must for anyone who wants luxurious and elegant accommodation! The view is amazing, while in front of the villas a beach bar is open from early in the morning […]

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Mikri Ammos Beach Bar, Sivota Thesprotia, Epirus, Greece

One of the most «famous» beach bars in the area of Sivota! Located in one of the most beautiful beaches  is well known not only for the excellent sea for swimming bur for the very good services provided ! Enjoy your coffee,  drink or  food  breathtaking view! Ένα από τα πιο «διάσημα» beach bars στην […]

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Tavern Ostria, Sivota, Thesprotia, Epirus, Greece

One of the best restaurants in Sivota ! Located just above the port,  in a pretty and cool area, excellent Greek plates are served! We highly recommend a visit! Μια από τις καλύτερες ταβέρνες στην περιοχή των Συβότων! Βρίσκεται λίγο πάνω από το Λιμάνι, κι εκεί, σε έναν πολύ όμορφο και σκιερό χώρο, θα απολαύσετε […]

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Palm Beach restaurant, Sivota, Thesprotia, Epirus, Greece

Restaurant, cafe and rooms for rent complete the picture of Palm Beach, located in Sivota, right by the sea! The garden is very large, full of sunbeds and tables to enjoy a coffee or a drink by the sea! If you are hungry,  food is also served as well as rooms for your accommodation! Εστιατόριο, […]

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Tavern Areti, Sivota, Thesprotia, Epirus, Greece!

The tavern Areti is located at the harbor of  Sivota and  is one of the best restaurants in the area, famous for its good cuisine! The place is comfortable and cool, the staff very helpful and the flavors are truly unique! We suggest you try the excellent seafood served every day. Την ταβέρνα Αρετή θα […]

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Chios port – Λιμάνι Χίου

  The port of the island is stretching lazily embracing a big part of the capital! A stroll at the promenade offers an amazing view! A lot of cafes bars and restaurants to choose from are on your way! The port of Chios is one of the finest ports in the Aegean Sea! Το μεγαλύτερο […]

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Hotel Almiriki, Lithi, Chios

       A few days ago I happened to visit  the island of Chios for a weekend! For my stay I chose the hotel Almiriki, at Lithi beach. The area is very beautiful with a great sandy beach! Hotel Almiriki is located just next to the beach and I admit that I was pleasantly […]

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Lithi beach, Chios

One of the most beautiful beaches of Chios! Being sandy, wide and blue is waiting to welcome and refresh you in total! The area offers hotels, restaurants, cafes and taverns. The amazing view will help you relax and experience real holidays! Μια από τις πιο όμορφες παραλίες της Χίου, αμμώδης, μεγάλη και καταγάλανη, περιμένει να […]

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The city of Chios

  This beautiful city has about 30,000 inhabitants. Historians claim that the city was built by the  Ionians in 1000 BC. Its great history is getting obvious by the old buildings. We recommend you stroll around the Port, the Castle and the shopping area of Aplotaria. You will have the opportunity to admire many beautiful […]

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Campos, Chios – Κάμπος, Χίος

It is a beautiful area to the south of the island, famous for its citrus production. Campos is also known for its architecture, which many travelers of the 18th and 19th century mention. The Kambos’s mansions have been built with stones come from Thymiana that have a characteristic reddish color. This color gives a great […]

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Vessa, chios, Βέσσα, Χίος

It is a beautiful and picturesque village one of the many called Mastichohoria (Mastic villages). It still maintains its traditional color, as most houses are built with the traditional stone build way. These houses are called chateaus. A walk through the small narrow streets of Vessa is enough to convince you for its beauty! Όμορφο […]

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Olympi village, Chios

It is a beautiful mountainous village at the southwest of Chios, located about thirty kilometers away from the town. It belongs to the so-called Medieval Villages. Many of the houses’ terraces are joined with each other while small tunnels are formed below them. The village remains its traditional and picturesque character worth a visit for […]

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Lithi, the village, Chios

It is a beautiful village, one of the many called Mastichohoria (mastic villages). It is picturesque, built on a hill right above the homonymous beach. A small cave called Sykia, estimated to have an age of 200 million years, is a must to visit. Πρόκειται για ένα όμορφο χωριό της Χίου που ανήκει στα Μαστιχοχώρια. […]

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Aplotaria, Chios – Απλωταριά Χίος

This commercial area is located in the center of the island’s capital. You can walk, do some shopping or just see the shop windows. Among the shops elegant cafes, bars and restaurants of excellent taste are waiting for you! Many beautiful buildings from the 18th and 19th century , small traditional corners  and a lot […]

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A weekend in Rethymno, Crete!

Many consider   Rethymnon as the most beautiful city of Crete and for good reason. It is the capital of the prefecture and a city with its own unique identity! You will realize this at first sight! The city lays by the sea and a stroll to the Port is strongly recommended. Enjoy the sea, […]

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Telonio Beach, Kissamos, Crete

It is a beautiful pebble beach, extending just below the pedestrian walkway of the village Kastelli. Next to the beach you will find many taverns and cafes. As for the sea, do not miss to enjoy it! Όμορφη παραλία με βότσαλα, που εκτείνεται ακριβώς κάτω από τον Πεζόδρομο στο Καστέλι Κισσάμου. Δίπλα στην παραλία θα […]

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Archaeological Museum at Heraklion, Crete

It is one of the biggest and most impressive museums I have visited! A virtual trip of about 5.500 years , from the Neolithic Age to Roman times , awaits the visitor. The Minoan Exhibits and especially the collection of Minoan Frescoes are impressive! Ένα από τα μεγαλύτερα και πιο εντυπωσιακά μουσεία που έχω επισκεφθεί! Το […]

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Knossos, Crete – Κνωσός

There is no doubt that Knossos is one of the most important ancient cities of Crete. Visitors of the site have the chance to see how the Palace was in ancient times since the monuments are very well preserved! The palace was the house of the ancient King Minos in Minoan era! Arrange to make the […]

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A stroll at Heraklion, Crete

The largest city of Crete has its own magical corners worth to be discovered! A walk in the old city watching the beautiful buildings will charm you! A walk in the beautiful Venetian Harbour will transfer you to another era! Do not miss to sip a coffee in the narrow streets of the old town […]

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Chania, a short stroll to the Venetian Harbour!

As many times someone visits Chania, cannot resist to the charm of this city ! I recently visited the city and walked around the old Venetian Port, which is gorgeous! I had the opportunity once again to take some pictures which I share with you. Όσες φορές κι αν πάει κάποιος στα Χανιά, πάντα η […]

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Ancient Eleftherna, Crete

This ancient Necropolis will surely amaze you! The area and the findings are very interesting! The museum of ancient Eleftherna will be open to visitors next month and we foresee that it will be constantly crowded! Take the first chance to visit it and you’ll understand the reason! Η αρχαία Νεκρόπολη θα σας μαγέψει σίγουρα! […]

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White Mountains, Crete

You will see these imposing mountains in the western part of the island of Crete, covering the largest part of Chania and part of Rethymno. The human presence in the White Mountains seems to be continuous from the Neolithic period to nowadays, according to experts. Do not miss to enjoy the view from up there! […]

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The Botanical Park & Gardens of Crete

       It is a unique park, home of plants from all over the world! It is truly one of a kind! You can take a tour on foot in the park, which takes about an hour and a half and then you can enjoy your meal in the Park’s restaurant, where all dishes […]

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Taos villa, Chania, Crete

     It was by chance that I stayed at this beautiful villa just outside the city, but it ended to be a great pleasant surprise. The rooms are comfortable, furnished with luxury and stylish decorated. The owner is very friendly with the guests! The space features a kitchen bar and billiards, as well as its […]

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ByRaki flavor, Heraklion, Crete!

It is a genuine Cretan liqueur based on Cretan raki, found all over the island of Crete (the company’s headquarters are in Heraklion, but you can enjoy it in several selected stores throughout the island). It is produced   in 23 different flavors following a special recipe and is offered   with 16%, 17% and […]

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Xenion Guest House, Pramanta, Tzoumerka

If you are looking for an alternative getaway, then you will definitely find it in Xenion in Pramanta, Tzoumerka. It is a guest house that does not look like the others, and will remind you how traditional Greek hospitality looks like! Whenever I travel and stay somewhere, I realize that the experience of genuine hospitality is […]

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Kalarrytes, Tzoumerka, Epirus – Καλαρρύτες

A traditional stone built village in Tzoumerka, that will really make you feel you travel back in time! You have to leave your car at the entrance of the village and continue on foot through the narrow cobbled streets. The village is built at the edge of a steep canyon at an altitude of 1200 […]

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Arachthos, Tzoumerka, Epirus – Άραχθος

Running in a route of 110 km, the river Arachthos is the eighth-largest river in Greece. It springs from the Pindos Mountains and flows into the Amvrakikos Gulf. Arachthos is famous not only for the beautiful mainland it crosses by, but also for the arched bridges that connect its banks. River Arachthos is a very […]

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The Clock in the Castle of Ioannina

The   Castle clock of Ioannina was called Venetian. It rang loudly the hours   until 1917 that the Italians put it out of order. It recently worked again and it remains as one of the most famous parts of the castle of Ioannina. Το Ρολόι στο Κάστρο των Ιωαννίνων οι κάτοικοι το έλεγαν Βενετσιάνικο. […]

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Louli Gallery, Ioannina, Epirus, Greece

A lot of years before in the famous Louli Gallery in Ioannina, old shops and stores operated! Today the gallery operates as a restaurant – tsipouradiko deleting its own course in time, but no one forgets that a hundred years ago the Stoa Louli was full of shops and full of life! Even today, the […]

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Pramanta, Tzoumerka, Epirus, Greece

A traditional village in the heart of Tzoumerka, Epirus! The village is built at an altitude of 840 meters above sea level. It is said that in this place there was a settlement from the 15th century inhabited mainly by farmers. Visitors today in Pramanta may find some very beautiful guest houses and excellent restaurants. […]

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Folklore museum, Kalarrytes, Tzoumerka, Epirus!

It is a private space, an old house located in the village square, which is filled with mementos and objects of the village’s history! It is worth visiting it to experience the village’s path in time! Ένας ιδιωτικός χώρος, στην πλατεία του χωριού, που είναι γεμάτος με ενθύμια και αντικείμενα της ιστορίας των Καλαρρυτών! Αξίζει […]

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Paramythia, Thesprotia, Epirus – Παραμυθιά Θεσπρωτίας

It is a city in the prefecture of Thesprotia, Epirus. The city was built in 1000 BC amphitheatrically in an altitude of 750 meters above sea level. In the city center, the visitors may stroll in the paved marketplace and admire some very interesting buildings with special architectural style. The area is developed in recent […]

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Ioannina, The Castle – Ιωάννινα, Κάστρο

The Castle of Ioannina was built in 528 AD and designed by the Emperor Justinian who worked and made the fortification of the Byzantine State in general. The castle is built in the southeastern part of the city on a small peninsula in the coast of Lake Pamvotis. The visitors should not miss a stroll […]

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Acropolis, Athens!

It is perhaps the most famous attraction of the city of Athens. It is a temple dedicated to the goddess Athena, protector of the city of Athens in ancient times. Acropolis was built in the 5th century BC, on the hill of 156 meters hight, which according to historians was inhabited from 3000 BC. It […]

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Doughnuts – Loukoumades!

A very popular dessert in Greece, consisting of round pieces of dough fried in hot oil accompanied with honey and cinnamon. It is one of the most popular deserts in Greece. Ένα πολύ δημοφιλές γλυκό στην Ελλάδα, που αποτελείται από στρογγυλά κομμάτια ζύμης τηγανισμένα σε καυτό λάδι. Αφού τηγανιστούν περιχύνονται με μέλι και κανέλλα και […]

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Archaeological Museum of Ioannina

       The important exhibits of the Archaeological Museum of Ioannina cover a long period of time, starting 250.000 years back to the Paleolithic age and reaching the 3rd century AD. The reach collections are displayed in seven rooms, three terraces and the main corridor of the museum . The visitor will see through […]

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Grave tomb of Small Doxipara, Thrace

In Thrace during the early 2nd century AD, a rich local family lost four of its members. The corps were cremated and buried in their tombs, under a mound at the very same place to keep the memory of the dead people alive in time. Archaeological excavations have brought into the light the bones of three […]

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The Forest of Dadia, Thrace!

The Dadia Forest is one of the most important habitats in Europe. It is a typical Mediterranean ecosystem home of pastures, croplands, small glades and oak or pine forests. The ecosystem constitutes a natural environment for raptors. In the forest of Dadia some of the rarest raptors in Europe and three of the four different […]

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The Lefkimi Petrified Forest, Thrace!

The village of Lefkimmi is a short drive, about twenty minutes away from the city of Alexandroupolis. In recent years it has started to be well known because of its Petrified Forest which was formed after the volcanic eruptions occurred millions of years ago in the region. Experts talk about fossils dating back up to […]

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Dadia, Thrace, Greece

Beautiful mountain settlement built near the forest of Dadia. It is said that it got its name from torches (dadia in Greek) as the pine wood is full of resin that in the past was used for lighting or as a kindling. The village of Dadia is half an hour away from the city of […]

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Athonos Square, Thessaloniki

Athonos Square is downtown Thessaloniki, close to St Sophia church. It’s an area developed around a small traditional square. The narrow streets all around are full of surprises to the visitor. Small shops and cozy coffee shops one after another, creating a beautiful traditional image of Thessaloniki. Μια από τις πιο γνήσιες περιοχές στο κέντρο […]

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Library of Adrianos, Athens

It’s the archaeological site of the oldest library in the city of Athens, named after the Roman Emperor Andrianos who was the one to establish it! The main building of the library was featuring two main halls for study or lectures. There was also a very large yard secluded by columns all around. The site […]

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Lykavittos, Athens – Λυκαβηττός

It is the most well-known hill of Athens. Featuring the church of St. George on his top is accessible by a lift. It’s the second highest point within the Attic basin that Athens is built. On Lykavittos you may also find the theater with the very same name, a modern open round amphitheater. The view […]

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Alimos, Attica – Άλιμος

One of the most well-known and beautiful districts of Athens. This area has been inhabited forever, since the Neolith period, a claim supported by archaeological finds in the area. The seaside of Alimos is one of the most beautiful areas in Athens. Once in the city do not miss the chance to visit Alimos and enjoy […]

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Vouliagmeni, Attica – Βουλιαγμένη, Αττική

It is a beautiful seaside settlement of Attica. You will easily access it being located only 25 kilometers away from downtown Athens. In the past it was serving as a summer resort that slowly integrated with the rest of the city and features large hotels. You should most definitely pay a visit and take a […]

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Psiri, Athens – Ψυρή, Αθήνα

It’s one of the most historical neighborhoods in Athens. Located in the historical center of the city, it expands around the Square of Heroes. The neighborhood of Psiri is mentioned for the very first time in 1678, in the travel book written by the French Dr. Spon. It’s a neighborhood that still maintains its original […]

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Lake of Vouliagmeni, Attica – Λίμνη Βουλιαγμένης

This lake is within a cave and very special as it was created under very rare circumstances. The high temperature of waters running through the roof of the cave caused it to collapse and thus the lake was created! This special lake is protected and belongs to the national list of NATURA 2000. The lake […]

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Church of Agioi Theodoroi, Athens

  It’s one of the oldest churches in Athens, built at eleventh century A.D. over the site of the original older church. It’s a simple church that went through heavy damages during the revolution against the Ottoman Empire in 1821, yet re-installed in 1840. You will find this historical church at the Klathmonos Square where […]

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On Ellinair’s Wings – Με τα φτερά της Ellinair

A few days ago I decided to fly on my business trip with a new air company, Ellinair. Ellinair is based on my home city, Thessaloniki, with scheduled flights to Athens back and forth and I wanted to try it out. The flight Thessaloniki to Athens is less than half an hour. It’s an air trip […]

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A different tour in Thessaloniki downtown!

        Through the walking downtown tour organized by Handpeak, we got the chance to explore and view a different aspect of the city of Thessaloniki. We got the chance to meet and talk with various art creators in the city who explained their routine and methods. The walking tour was mainly around […]

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Mediterranean Cosmos Shopping Center Thessaloniki, Greece

       A few days ago I happened to do my shopping at the Mediterranean Cosmos Shopping Center of Thessaloniki. If you haven’t yet enjoyed this unique experience, then make sure you do! It offers spacious and comfortable areas, over 200 stores to explore, huge inviting shop-windows with the best brands worldwide available, brand […]

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The Incantadas ( Enchanted) statues of Thessaloniki

A forceful abduction and a return everyone hopes for, spin around the story of the enchanted statues of Thessaloniki. It’s about 4 two-sided statues that used to decorate the impressive Gallery of Idols at the ancient agora of Thessaloniki. The two-sided statues represented Mainada and Dionyso, Ariadne and Lyda, Ganymides and one of the famous […]

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“The most important inventions of ancient Greeks”

It’s a moving exhibition of the Archaeological Museum of Greek Technology. The exhibits are featuring some of the most important inventions of the ancient Greeks. It’s a fascinating exhibition where the visitor discovers how Greeks had discovered a majority of useful things up to nowadays, many centuries ago! The city – a forerunner of today’s […]

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Touring exhibition of the Museum of Ancient Greek Instruments

The central theme of this moving exhibition is the presentation of ancient Greek musical instruments. It is an original and very interesting topic. The visitor learns about the shape and the use of the main musical instruments of ancient Greece and through them understands the close relationship the Greeks had with the music. I had […]

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Old Port, Mykonos

The old Port is one of the nicest parts of the island, almost always crowded. We recommend that you stroll around and admire the beautiful view! Along the port you can find several souvenir shops, restaurants, cafes and bars. Depending on your mood and the time of day, you can sit in any of these […]

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Armenistis Lighthouse, Mykonos, Greece

It is a worthwhile place to visit in the island of Mykonos. North of the town, following the signs you will reach it in a few minutes. The lighthouse was built in 1891. Its tower stands up to a height of nineteen meters. You can enjoy beautiful views of Tinos island from the area and […]

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Monastery Myrtia, Trichonida, Etoloakarnania

Following the road across the Lake Trichonida and torwards the direction of Agrinio to Thermo, you will find the village called Myrtia. The Monastery of Virgin Mary of Myrtia is located just outside the village. It is an important Byzantine monument counting thousands of years of history and has been the historical and artistic heart of […]

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Houlakia, Mykonos

Houlakia is a beautiful bay in Mykonos island. The view from there is amazing and the area is just seven kilometers away from the island’s capital, Chora. Houlakia is located in the northwestern part of the island and is a place of exceptional natural beauty. Houlakia is also a protected beach with a coast of […]

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