A walking tour of Athens city

A walking route you can do on your own: Syntagma Square, in front of the Parliament House, is the main square in Athens.  It's also known as Constitution Square and around this area you’ll find the banks, airline offices, shopping centres and malls, restaurants and hotels. This is a good … [Read more...]

Greece and Greek Island Travel

Greece Travel: a Europe Tour that's a Gold Medal Experience! Greece travel need not be an Olympic marathon. Given Greek history, the most interesting tourist sights naturally tend to be in the more southern areas of mainland Greece rather than the north. After Athens, most tours concentrate … [Read more...]

The Parthenon – A Temple Dedicated to Goddess Athena

An awe-inspiring heritage from Greece's Golden Age: A highlight of any holiday in Athens is a visit to the Acropolis.  One of the earliest religious complexes in ancient Greece, this awe-inspiring heritage from its the Golden Age still dominates the skyline of modern Athens. The Acropolis is … [Read more...]

Greek sandals fit for gods and goddesses

Greek sandals by a famous sandal maker On my first visit to Athens many many moons ago, I stumbled upon Pandrossou Street and recall my heart rate spiking up as for me this was like discovering an Aladdin's cave of shops.  Pandrossou Street is a pedestrian walkway jammed  with shops on both … [Read more...]

Shopping on your Athens holiday

Athens, a Shopping Mecca for all: Athens is a shopping mecca which caters for all types of shoppers.  From the souvenir collectors to the bargain hunters and to the more serious buyers of artwork, jewellery or sculptures, there is an abundance of choice here. When Athens was awarded the 2004 … [Read more...]