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Greece’s Most Scenic Train Trips

Greece has some of the most scenic train trips in Europe. Unfortunately today, however, there are few who explore this type of travel. Yet,...

Elderly Man Kills Burglar in His Home in Greece

An elderly man killed a burglar that attempted to rob him in Northern Greece. The 71-year-old man fatally foiled an attempted robbery in Ioannina...

Three Dead, Three Missing from the Floods in Central Greece

The death toll from the floods following torrential rains in central Greece has reached three, while at least three people are missing. The hardest...

Five Castles to Visit in Santorini

The most famous cliff all over the world, the Caldera of Santorini is a place worth seeing at least once. Nothing compares to the...

Battle of Plataea: The Decisive Victory Against Persia that Saved Greece

The Battle of Plataea was the final battle of the second Persian invasion of Greece with  the victory of the allied Greek forces putting an end to the Persian ambitions

Greece Wildfires: 18 Bodies Found at Evros Inferno

At least 18 charred bodies have been discovered in the region of Evros north of Alexandroupolis, Greece as a huge wildfire is burning in...

Alexandroupolis Hospital Evacuated as Wildfires Rage in Greece

The main hospital of Alexandroupolis in northeast Greece has been evacuated, as wildfires have engulfed the coastal town near the border with Turkey. Dozens of...

August 15th: Discover the Big Celebration of Tinos Island

  For Greeks, August 15 is one of the most important holidays on the calendar, but it is an especially huge day in Tinos. It's...

The Ancient Greek Art of Marble Sculpture Lives on Tinos Island

When one thinks of white, marble art and clear, cerulean waters of Tinos island, Greece comes to mind. The two are synonymous.

Bourtzi Island Fortress in Nafplio, Greece Reopens to the Public

The island fortress of Bourtzi, a Venetian castle located in the middle of Nafplio’s harbor in the Peloponnese, will reopen to the public starting...