VAMVAKOU - On December 2, Santa’s mail carrier gathered up the wish lists of all those present in the main square of Vamvakou, starting off the holiday festivities! The village was alive with the sights, sounds, and smells of the season during a festive program of events for all ages from Vamvakou Revival that included a theatrical performance for kids, stilt walking, dance, songs, workshops, and sketches.
ATHENS - After promising to allow greater access to public beaches being taken over by private operators, Greece has celebrated another luxury resort on the Athens’ coastline catering to the rich, with a private beach that’s technically unlawful.
Over 144 million people flocked to art museums around the world in 2022.
Starting in November and running to March 2024, the Four Seasons Hotel in Nashville offers special getaway rates and packages.
The holidays are approaching and nearly 90% of millennials and Gen Xers will soon head to the kitchen to participate in one of America’s most popular traditions: baking.
Breakfast during the holidays is sometimes an afterthought, but make-ahead recipes featuring Greek flavors are a delicious option to enjoy this time of year.
Fewer planes and helicopters will be flying tourists over Mount Rushmore and other national monuments and parks as new regulations take effect that are intended to protect the serenity of some of the most beloved natural areas in the United States.
The island of Poros - a 90-minute ferry ride from Piraeus - will be the third in Greece to go “green” and use renewable energy sources, following Astypalaia and Halki, relying more on wind and solar.
PARIS (AP) — The giant waves form in the storm belts of the Southern Ocean, off Antarctica, where whales roam.
ATHENS - With Greece eager to attract more cruise ships to bring in even more tourists, government officials met with Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA) representatives on a plan to manage arrivals and see more destinations.
Travelers headed to the Caribbean this winter, be warned: you might be fighting up with up to 54% more travelers over the same beach chair.