A Visit to Greece’s Valley of the Muses
The eastern slopes of Mount Helicon have been known as the Valley of the Muses since ancient times. They were the site of an ancient Greek sanctuary where, since the 3rd century B.C., the Thespians would organize Mouseia festivals...
Greece Breaks Covid-19 Records with 865 Cases as Younger People Lead New Infections
Greece Shrouded in Snow, Traffic Jams on Highways
Yesterday's heavy snowfall has covered most of Greece in snow, causing traffic jams and leaving cars trapped in provincial highways for hours. National highways and provincial roads in Peloponnese have been affected the most by the extreme weather conditions. In...
Greek Holiday Destinations 90% Full Despite Crisis
Greeks will fill up all popular holiday destinations this season, despite the economic crisis, according to an Imerisia newspaper report. The most popular winter and holiday destinations in Greece already show bookings exceeding 80 percent on average. Hoteliers estimate that...
Greek Wine Production Shows Significant Decrease
Wine is one of Greece's main products. 2014, however, was not a good year for Greek vineyards as, according to the Greek Wine Federation, production decreased by 15%. In contrast to the significant production decrease, the prices of grapes used for...
Fire Out of Control in Boeotia
The big fire that broke out at 14:30 on August 28 in the forest area between Karakolithos and Tsoukalades near Livadeia (capital of the regional unit Boeotia) is taking alarming proportions. The most worrying thing is that there are many...