New Archeological Museum of Mytilene

- July 26, 2015

Situated near the Old Archeological Museum in Kioski, the new museum, opened to the public in 1999, offers a range of historical findings displayed in […]

Omeriye Baths in Nicosia

- July 19, 2015

Situated near the Omeriye Mosque and the Archbishop’s Palace, the Omeriye Hamam is located in Nicosia, Cyprus. This bath complex was built in the 16th […]

The Simple Life, at Katarraktis

- July 14, 2015

The following sequence is the epitome of what summer in Greece means to me: 1. Order a bottle of ouzo, appetizers, and the fresh catch […]

Tourism Ministry Reassures Visitors

- July 10, 2015

The Ministry for Economy, Infrastructure, Shipping and Tourism issued the following statement on July 8: [It] would like to reassure visitors to Greece that hotels, […]

Ancient City of Hierapolis

- July 5, 2015

Meaning the “Sacred City,” Hierapolis was an ancient settlement located over thermal springs situated in southwestern Anatolia in modern day Turkey.

A Visit to Smyrna – Izmir

- July 2, 2015

Birthplace of renowned poet Homer, the ancient city of modern day Izmir was known as Smyrna. In fact, the city was referred to as such […]

New Bar Scene in Rhodes Town

- June 27, 2015

Disco died a slow death in Europe.  Not long after its Saturday Night Fever height in the late 1970s, disco in the United States plummeted […]

No Lies about Lies Beach

- June 9, 2015

If you’re touring Nisyros by car or motor scooter – it doesn’t take particularly long on either, to visit the island’ four villages – you […]

7 Buildings to Visit in Kavala

- June 8, 2015

Situated in northern Greece, Kavala is celebrated as one of Greece’s most picturesque cities known for its port, bygone tobacco industry, and a number of […]