A city that is ever-evolving, Athens has no shortage of places to explore. Once you’ve…
“I would never forget that moment. It was then that I came to understand the power of music. And, how important Theodorakis is to the Greeks and would become to my life. He clearly reflects the spirit of the Greeks — be strong, and like my grandfather often told me, always have hope.”
The Hellenic Initiative (THI) has launched a global fundraising effort to support the anti-graffiti campaign…
Famous author Victoria Hislop has returned to Greece for the sequel of her world best-selling book ‘The Island’, set on the tiny island of Spinalonga. She talks about Brexit, the Parthenon Sculptures and her experience in Greece during the pandemic.
The colourful stores and restaurants, the old and neo-classical buildings, and the picturesque rocky pavements of Koukaki have not gone unnoticed by some of the world’s largest media publications, which have named it the prettiest neighbourhood of Athens and one of the coolest places in Europe.
The oldest restaurant in Greece is located in Plaka, Athens, and it is called “The Old Tavern of Psarras” (Η Παλιά Ταβέρνα του Ψαρά), which translates to “The Old Tavern of the Fisherman” remains one of the country’s most beloved restaurants over 100 years after it first opened its doors.