Greece is expected to ‘burn’ today, Thursday 1 July with temperatures reaching 43-44 degrees on…
For over 2,500 years, the olive tree of the Acropolis has remained a worthy symbol of Athens, an undying and ancient representation of prosperity, peace, hope, and resurrection. Planted by the Goddess Athena herself, as Greek mythology would have it, the tree has suffered many fires and mutilations as invaders have come and gone. But a sprig was always saved to be planted later.
Over the last decade, thermal baths have become some of the most popular destinations for tourists all over world, who visit them to receive the beneficial properties of their thermal waters, and to escape in the beautiful Greek mountains, caves and forests that surround them. Here are some of the most popular thermal baths in Greece.