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Guardian. Matthew Kneale: Postcard from Patmos.

Guardian. Matthew Kneale: Postcard from Patmos.

In Patmos you would hardly know there was a crisis. Everything seems just as normal. I have been here for four days with my family, and my Canadian in-laws, and we’ve all had a wonderful time, delighting in the beauty of the island, the delicious food and the warm...
Fancy a Greek vacation? Here are some survival tips

Fancy a Greek vacation? Here are some survival tips

Clear blue skies and turquoise seas have made Greece a popular vacation destination for decades. But a backdrop of financial crisis, political uncertainty and capital controls means a trip to the country right now can be far from idyllic. Although Greece is close to...
ELSTAT: Greek Museums See Visitors and Revenue Increase

ELSTAT: Greek Museums See Visitors and Revenue Increase

The Hellenic Statistical Authority (ELSTAT) released data showing a 19.1% increase in the number of museum visitors across Greece in March. Furthermore, the report noted that museum revenues also increased by 14.7%, compared to the same month in 2014. During the first...
N.Y. Times: Tips on Traveling in Europe This Summer

N.Y. Times: Tips on Traveling in Europe This Summer

If you’re planning on vacationing in Europe this summer, recent headlines may have prompted some travel questions. Does the weakened euro, partly the result of the fiscal crisis in Greece, affect whether you should put charges on your credit card in euros or in...
End of free Public Transport in Athens

End of free Public Transport in Athens

Commuters in Αthens  will have to pay their regular fare when travelling along city’s public transit network as of Wednesday, July 15, when the temporary measure of free transport ceases to apply. It is reminded that public transport (metro, electric railway, tram,...
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