The truffle hunting season in Meteora is set to begin in the first half of March and will run until the end of October. The Museum of Natural History and Mushroom Museum of Meteora will hold a truffle hunt after which the truffles will be handed over to chefs who will make a truffle pasta for all to enjoy in a forest picnic.
Greece offers sunshine, seafood, whitewashed houses with bright-blue shutters, and a relaxed, Zorba-the-Greek lifestyle. As the cradle of Western civilization, it has some of the world’s greatest ancient monuments. While it’s a late bloomer in the modern age and retains echoes of a simpler, time-passed world, contemporary Greece has one of Europe’s fastest-changing cultural landscapes. With its classical past, hang-loose present, and edgy future, Greece offers something for every traveler.
Swiss International Air Lines recently announced it will launch new services in Summer 2021, including to Santorini. The popular Greek island…
Together with Austria, Greece is the most mountainous country in Europe. This complex terrain with the ravines of so many hundreds of mountains, has created a large number of waterfalls, both in mainland Greece and in the Greek islands. Here’s a list of the most beautiful waterfalls not to be missed whilst in Greece.
As part of the plans, international travel will be able to resume on May 17, provided that infection rates stay low and no new variants of coronavirus emerge.
Greece’s digital vaccination certificate has been released as the government of Greece takes measures to help its citizens get their lives back and to start building a post-COVID world. Fully digital with a unique QR code in the top right corner that can be easily scanned, the certificate will not be mandatory, but preferably used as a means to assist with safe and smooth travel procedures.