If you decide to visit Greece, the birthplace of Drama and Theater, there is no escaping the rich heritage and culture, evident in every corner of the country. The bright sun and stunning beaches may be a worthwhile temptation, but they don’t take away from the fact that in order for you to truly submerge yourself into Greek tradition, you need to also appreciate its history and cultural incentives.
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to be in Greece during Easter and experience it like a local? Easter – or 'Pascha' in Greek – is the greatest celebration of the Eastern Orthodox Church, honored by various customs and religious ceremonies. Here, we give you a day by day breakdown of the Greek Holy Week to introduce you to the most essential Greek Easter traditions.
If you are interested in the intriguing town of Delphi, its history and allure, you’re in the right place! Here, we will help you discover the things you learn on a Delphi day trip from Athens, whether you are traveling alone, with kids or as a couple.
Are you spending Christmas in Greece this year? In case you are waiting for Santa and his reindeers to arrive, here are some things you might have to know about Greeks and the holidays of Christmas.
At last, the most wonderful time of the year is upon us and everything is ready to celebrate the jolliest days of them all, Christmas! Question is: have you been naughty or nice this year? Stop worrying, in Greece, it doesn’t make a difference.
As a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Nea Moni is a medieval monument that reflects boundless creativity, humbling sanctity, the human genius and the consequences of fanatic destruction, all in once. Follow us on the island of Chios and discover the intriguing story of this monastery, a monument bestowed from the Byzantine Era to the rest of the world.
Happy New Month, since September, is already here! Today, we perceive September as the first month of autumn, meaning that the relaxing days of August are gone and everyday life is back on track. Question is, is it truly the end of the summer? How did the ancient Greeks divide their year?
Is ancient Greek mythology dead, a collection of ancient stories with no connection to the modern world or does it remain a pivotal and integral part of everyday life, surrounding the world we live in? In a try to answer this question, the following article explores some of the aspects of life where ancient Greek mythology is very much alive!