The Ultimate Mykonos Guide Mykonos is one of the most famous Greek islands in the world for its vibrant nightlife that attracts many tourists every year. Mykonos is also the most famous LGBTQ-friendly destination in Greece with numerous clubs and bars around the island that provide a peaceful environment for people to party, mingle and
The Ultimate Crete Travel Guide Crete is one of the most renowned Greek islands in Greece for various reasons. With its natural beauty and incomparable culture, Crete is a force to be reckoned with. Crete manages to enchant the tourists with its mystical and lively atmosphere and offers a variety of different things to see
The Ultimate Guide to Olive Oil Tours in Greece When we think of Greece, besides crystal clear waters and romantic sunsets, one of the first thoughts that comes to mind is the delicious Greek cuisine – from feta cheese to fresh salads to unique recipes that satisfy everyone’s appetite. But do you know what is
The 10 Best Food Tours in Greece When thinking about Greece, besides sandy beaches and turquoise sea, the first thing that comes to mind is the delicious Greek food. Greek culinary influence goes beyond Europe and the Mediterranean, as its cuisine has been affected by both Eastern and Western cultures. Organic vegetables with feta cheese,
Are you ready to learn everything there is to know about the Acropolis of Athens and the Parthenon, from history to useful tips for visiting the main landmark and jewel of Athens? Acropolis of Athens and Parthenon travel guide will lead you through a unique story of iconic grandeur whose imposing beauty leaves everyone who
Have you ever heard of the old saying, “the way to a man’s heart is through his stomach?” Living in the 21st century, we think it’s time to alter the expression slightly – “the way to everyone’s hearts is through their stomachs.” Now that seems a bit more like it!
May the 1st is a highly anticipated holiday here in Greece; the term “highly anticipated” may even be considered an understatement! As many of you may or may not know, Labour Day or as some people refer to as International Workers’ Day, is a day that celebrates the achievements and accomplishments of workers worldwide.
Greek Easter isn’t always celebrated at the same time as many other countries; this is because the date of Easter in Greece is marked by the Greek Orthodox calendar. Greek Easter traditions vary as a result of our culture as well as by our Christian denomination.
We’re giving you guys a list of movies which were filmed in Greece (hey it has to be a bit romantic) as a perfect solution to gather your crew and spend the night binge-watching them. Pro tip: few buckets of ice cream would go together perfectly.