Do you plan on visiting Greece for its staggering ancient history and culture, but you don’t know which archaeological sites and Greece attractions you should visit first? Here is a list of the most important Greek ruins worth your time!
The religious holidays in Greece are many, and even if you're not religious, they offer the perfect opportunity for relaxation and good old fun. Clean Monday is one of those holidays that give Greeks an additional reason to celebrate, and we, for one, are more than ready to grab it!
World-famous destinations, such as Mykonos and Santorini, are instantly recognizable in photographs thanks to their distinctive architecture. Influencers love to be photographed in front of whitewashed island houses with blue touches and doors. But why are the houses of the Greek islands blue and white colors?
You’ve probably already seen the movie ‘300’ and have a certain image of what Sparta was like in Greek antiquity.
The Greek civilization goes back further than most people realize. Here, you can take a look at the Bronze Age of Greece in order to understand the impressive culture of this country from the very beginning.
The world-famous El Greco was a great painter of the Renaissance, originally from Crete. He is undoubtedly one of the greatest figures of world art. He lived and worked most of his life in Spain, hence the nickname El Greco (The Greek), by which he is also known.
There is little chance you haven’t heard about the beauty and vastness of Greek culture and the heritage it has given to the rest of the world.
About 500 km north of Athens, Thessaloniki welcomes travelers who want to wander around, explore, get to know the ancient and modern side of the co-capital of Greece, have fun, and relax by a cool seaside breeze.