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Paros Travel Guide: What to See and Do in Paros

Paros Travel Guide: What to See and Do in Paros

Paros is a Greek island located in the Aegean Sea. It is known for its picturesque villages, beautiful beaches, and clear waters. Additionally, it has a rich history and culture, with many ancient sites and monuments to explore. The island is also a popular destination for outdoor activities such as hiking, cycling, and windsurfing. Overall, Paros is a great destination for those looking for a mix of relaxation, culture, and adventure.Read more
Crete Travel Guide: What to See and Do in Crete Greece

Crete Travel Guide: What to See and Do in Crete Greece

The island of Crete stands out for its landscapes and, in addition, it is recognized for its spectacular and varied architecture, which dates back to Minoan times and the history of the conquest of the Greek country.Read more
Rhodes Travel Guide: Everything You Need to Know about the Island of the Colossus

Rhodes Travel Guide: Everything You Need to Know about the Island of the Colossus

The island of Rhodes is located southeast of the Aegean Sea and belongs to Greece. This island has been famous, among other things, for its main tourist attraction, the Colossus of Rhodes, the sixth wonder of Antiquity.Read more
Olympia Travel Guide: Everything You Need to Know about the City of the Olympics

Olympia Travel Guide: Everything You Need to Know about the City of the Olympics

Olympia is an archaeological city located in the western part of the Peloponnese Peninsula, within the peripheral unit of Elis, in the country of Greece. In the past, this place was a religious and sports space, since there was an important sanctuary and it was where the Olympic games were held, which had a sacred character, since they were dedicated to the gods Zeus and Apollo, well let's not forget that Greece had a polytheistic religion.Read more
Syros Travel Guide: What to See and Do on Syros Island, Greece

Syros Travel Guide: What to See and Do on Syros Island, Greece

Syros, also known as Siros or The island of Hermes, is located in the Cyclades archipelago in the Aegean Sea. It has around 21,000 inhabitants (2011) and an area of ​​approximately 200 km.Read more
5 Reasons to Travel to Greece in December

5 Reasons to Travel to Greece in December

Enjoy the food, tourist attractions, history wherever you go, nights out and nightclubs in the city of Athens in WinterRead more
History of Athens: The Battle Between Athena and Poseidon

History of Athens: The Battle Between Athena and Poseidon

As the city of Athens rose, the citizens sought a god to guide and protect them. Poseidon and Athena both wanted to rule the city and competed for the throne.Read more
Trip to Poros: Review of the Top Places of Interest on Poros Island

Trip to Poros: Review of the Top Places of Interest on Poros Island

The island of Poros is located in the Saronic Gulf, southeast of Greece. It has 4,000 inhabitants and its landscape is characterized by its extensive vegetation, temperate climate, and mountainous soil. The main city, homonymous, was built on a hill and its port has direct access to Athens and nearby islands, such as Aegina or Hydra.Read more
Crete and Greek Mythology: The Story of Theseus and The Minotaur's Labyrinth

Crete and Greek Mythology: The Story of Theseus and The Minotaur's Labyrinth

According to Greek mythology, Crete was a center of importance in which various events occurred that changed the history of the age of the gods.Read more
Hydra Travel Guide: Everything You Need to Know about the Small Island in the Saronic Gulf

Hydra Travel Guide: Everything You Need to Know about the Small Island in the Saronic Gulf

Hydra is an island located in the Saronic Gulf, specifically in the Aegean Sea and south of Athens, the capital of Greece. It is also found near the Peloponnese peninsula. This island is almost entirely devoted to tourism and its biggest visitors are usually Athenians, thanks to the island's proximity to the Greek mainland.Read more

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