When most of the world thinks of Greece, usually what comes to mind are the impressive architectural ruins, the delicious Greek food, and the stunning cliff coastlines peppered with bright white and blue Greek homes and resorts. We don’t always think about the Greek coffee.
The Greeks may be known more for their great food and folk dancing abilities, and less for their range of alcoholic beverages, but you can rest assured that, as a nation, they know how to drink! As one of the most ancient civilizations, Greece has a rich history in wine production and wine drinking, and although one could write an essay on the plethora of delicious Greek wines, this article will go into detail about some other Greek spirits that the average traveler would not likely know or hear about. Read below the unique heritage and origins of the top Greek spirits, and make a toast to your upcoming vacation in Greece!
Who doesn’t want an excuse to stuff their face with delicious treats? And what could possibly be a better excuse than Christmas? Greece is known for its magnificent food and the festive season presents itself as another opportunity to explore the Greek cuisine that is guaranteed to -once again- impress you. Here you will find our list of our favorite Christmas treats that you should absolutely try while visiting Greece on Christmas!
A trip to Greece equals an exciting journey through Greek gastronomy; after all, it is common knowledge that in order to get a fully local experience when traveling around the country, trying local delicacies and diving into the mouth-watering Greek cuisine is definitely a must do. For that reason, here we present to you some do's and dot's of eating in Greece and hints for the Greek dining etiquette to help you transform your trip to an unforgettable Greek culinary adventure!
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