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Thursday, January 24, 2019

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If you are wondering about how to go on a tour to explore a vast number of the most beautiful Greek islands and the mainland port cities, fret not. We got you covered. These are the best cruises in...
When it comes to cultural hotspots in the world, Greece tops the charts; this is why it is popularly referred to as ‘the Cradle of Civilization.’ Taking a critical look, it will be discovered that some ancient cities in...
Mykonos is an Island located in the Cycladic region of Greece and it is one of the most visited islands in the country. The streets are whitewashed and the panoramic views of the ocean are breathtaking. If you are...
Santorini is a Cycladic Island along the Aegean Sea. The whitewashed, pristine houses with blue roofs and multicolored pebbles formed from lava make up a beautiful scenery that tourists can hardly get enough of. Have you combed every nook...
Chalkidiki is the ideal holiday location for those that love the sun, sands and lots of sea. Chalkidiki is located in the Northern region of Greece and it has three peninsulas that dive directly into the Aegean Sea. There...
The Aegean Islands are the Islands that are located along the coast of the Aegean Sea. The Islands located in the Aegean Sea’s coastline include the Cyclades and Dodecanese that are over 50 in number. These are the most...
Peloponnese is a naturally beautiful region in Greece. There are numerous olive groves, vineyards, white sand beaches, mountain peaks and an alluring seaside. Visit the ruins of ancient cities and be a part of some of the amazing cultures...
Crete has always been one of the most enticing places to visit in Greece for remarkable history and scenery. The Island has so many beautiful places that are always visited by tourists all year round. If it is your...
Athens is not only the capital city of Greece but a picturesque region in the ancient Attica region of Greece. Attica has so many breathtaking sites that you can visit and be amazed with. Go along with your camera...