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There is no other time of the year as eagerly and wholeheartedly embraced as Christmas. The year is crawling to its end and cities put on their merriest holiday outfit as the streets are shining with shimmering lights and beautiful displays of decorations. For those looking for a short break this year in Athens, we’ve […]
Time is king and there’s a timing for everything in life, including our holidays. Most people prefer to take their leave during the summer dog days but the ones who know better will tell you that September is the new August and, perhaps, even better. Visit Athens in September and escape the tourist crowds while […]
Put on your wayfarers, sling on a helmet, and hop on a Vespa because we’re going to Rome! There’s never a shortage of things to do in the Eternal City. Culture vultures, cinema lovers, fashionistas & foodies alike all agree on one thing: torn between elegance and decay, Rome is a city of yearning and […]
When the weather gets balmy, Athens gears up for our favorite season. Greece enjoys a prodigiously long summer and, from April till October, its quirky and boisterous capital affably invites you to discover the local joie de vivre. Days go longer, sunsets are dramatic, tables spill out on the sidewalks and life is better enjoyed […]
You first felt the urge to set out on a trip of self-discovery when you read The Catcher in the Rye, our teenagehood’s anthem about the agitated chap who sold his typewriter and bought a train ticket straight to New York. But, you didn’t do it back then and now we’re not teenagers anymore and […]
When I was a child I loved curling up small on my mum’s lap on a calm Sunday morning and listen to her soft voice reading to me fairy-tales. Kings and dragons, princesses and strange creatures, magic rings, and enchanted forests, entangled in all sorts of adventures would fire up my imagination. Until today I […]
For most of us living in a big city, the beauty around us goes usually unnoticed as we rush about keeping up with our daily routine. City life can be overwhelming, at times chaotic, but if once in a while you get into the right mood, you can see everything with fresh eyes and fall […]
February is the month when you’re bound to stumble upon Love Actually as you turn on the TV and your Facebook feed is flooded with Valentine’s day ads and articles giving advice about the perfect gifts for your significant other. There are those who love this kind of celebration and those who hate it. Do […]
Under the spellbinding shade of the Acropolis, close to the neighborhood of Thiseio, the beautiful quarter of Kerameikos is a genuine mix of mournful stillness and urban quirkiness. Head all the way down Ermou street to the northwest of the Acropolis and find a whole host of things to do in one of the most […]
Downtown Athens is loaded with attractions and relics surviving from the city’s long cultural pedigree. One of the most visited and impressive landmarks is the majestic temple of mighty Zeus. But for all its fame, the temple is full of secrets that many people are not aware of. Here are some interesting facts from the […]
Christmas season and the ringing bells of laughter are officially gone and, all of a sudden, the world seems a crueler place to live in… It’s called post-holiday blues, the time when going back to work after the end of the Christmas season feels more stressful than Frodo’s journey to Mordor. Discover the top skiing […]
With all due respect, taking the bold risk to sound like Mr. Portokalos from My Big Fat Greek Wedding – the hilarious father who challenged everyone to give him a word and show them that its root is Greek – did you know that epiphany derives from a Greek word? In Greece, the Epiphany feast […]