• Amorgos

    General Information Amorgos is an island with white houses, crystal clear water and a peaceful atmosphere: it is no coincidence that Luc Besson chose to shoot the first part of the film The Big Amorgos GreeceBlue here. Once only visited by the occasional backpacker, Amorgos has become quite an “trendy” island since the film was […]

  • Mykonos the party island of Greece

    This is the Ibiza of Greece. A beautiful island in the Cyclades, which looks just like the postcards: white little houses with flowers and blue windows and doors, hand painted streets, windmills, pigeon keepers, chimneys, lots of little churches and wonderful restaurants and cafes. Many of the Greek “jetsetters” either have a house here or […]

  • Lion Hotel Apartments

    Lion Hotel Apartments is located in Athens’ Kolonaki district. The Evaggelismos Metro Station is 500 metres from the hotel. It features apartments with free Wi-Fi, spacious living rooms and city views. Each spacious apartment at Lion offers a kitchen with tea/coffee maker and free filter coffee. Some rooms have views of the Acropolis and the […]

  • The Ancient Theatre of Epidaurus

    Epidaurus Theatre was built during the 4th century BC and was designed by Polykleitos the Younger. Having been brilliantly preserved, it was discovered in 1970 and excavation began in 1972. It is thought to be one of the best attractions in Greece, with its exceptional symmetry and beauty, and its astonishing acoustics. The original 34 […]

  • Golden Hall

    On the most sought after avenue in all of Athens, Kifissias avenue in Maroussi, Golden Hall welcomes all its guests to a unique location of wonderful aesthetics and an impressive choice of exciting shopping. With a total surface of 41,000 sq.meters, Golden Hall covers a total of three levels and houses 131 national and global […]

  • Cape Sounio – Temple of Poseidon

    The route to Sounio is about a one-hour drive from central Athens and follows the scenic coastline of the Saronic Gulf, passing through the resorts of Varkiza, Ayia Marina, Lagonissi, Saronida and Anavissios. The journey makes for some beautiful views, so take some stops to admire the view and the sparkling blue Aegean sea. Crowning […]

  • Kalimarmaro Stadium

    Kalimarmaro Stadium (meaning ‘made of fine marble’), also known as the Panathinaiko or Panathenaic Stadium (meaning ‘stadium of all the Athenians’) is the athletic stadium that hosted the first modern Olympic Games in 1896. Reconstructed in 1895 from the remains of the ancient Greek stadium known as the Panathenaic, Kalimarmaro is the only major stadium […]

  • Battleship Averof Museum

    The Averof warship is the most prestigious surviving warship of Hellenic Navy. Named after George Averof, a major Greek benefactor who contributed to the building of the ship, it was launched in 1911 and remained in activity for over 40 years, taking part in two Balkan Wars and two World Wars. It was involved in […]

  • Archaeological Museum of Epidaurus

    he ancient city of Epidaurus was once home to the most famous Asclepieum in Ancient Greece. An Asclepieum was a healing sanctuary, constructed during the time when the cult of Asclepius, the God of medicine and healing became rooted in the area. It was built among beautiful natural settings, that some say perhaps played a […]

  • The Erechtheion

    he Erechtheion, the graceful building on the north side of the sacred rock of the Acropolis, was erected in 421-406 BC as a replacement of an earlier temple dedicated to Athena Polias, the ‘Old temple’. The name ‘Erechtheion’ derives from Erechtheus, the mythical king of Athens, who was worshipped there. The building owes its unusual […]

  • Hellenic Cosmos

    This ultra-modern cultural centre is part of an on-going project to redevelop Athens’ industrial zone. It aims to educate about the Hellenism movement and the history and culture associated with this period. Situated on the borders of Athens and Piraeus, its contemporary design stands in stark contrast to the ancient buildings of the city’s past, […]

  • Temple of Olympian Zeus

    This breathtaking ruin is the remains of a temple that commemorates Zeus, King of the Olympian Gods. Its construction began in the sixth century BC, but for reasons unknown was not completed until the second century AD, when it became the largest temple in Greece. During the centuries following the fall of the Roman Empire, […]