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Paulina Kapsali

BY Paulina Kapsali

| Dec 15, 2017

Athens

All of the Taste, None of the Guilt – Eating Healthy in Athens

Greek food is the healthiest in the world,” my Greek friends would tell me, again and again. I knew there was something to it, having read about the Greek philosophers in school and the healthy diet they promoted. Pythagoras was vegetarian, and the Spartan diet is what

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Amber Charmei

BY Amber Charmei

| Oct 30, 2017

Activities

Learning to Laiki It: Getting the Best Out of Greek Farmers’ Markets

Actually, the best things in life are not free – you usually to have to

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Paulina Kapsali

BY Paulina Kapsali

| Oct 04, 2017

Destinations

Living Like a Local – Winter Weekends on Aegina

It’s not a secret that a lot of the Greek people you meet on the islands in the summer don’t live there during winter. Some are there on vacation, others 

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Paulina Kapsali

BY Paulina Kapsali

| Sep 27, 2017

Destinations

Experiencing Four Seasons in a Single Day

I’ve said it once and I’ll say it a hundred times: The best thing about Greece is that it’s multifarious. That goes for everything; the things to do are

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BY Anthony Grant

| Sep 21, 2017

Destinations

In Athens’ Backyard: a Quick Trip to Poros

In the shadow of its more famous sisters, Spetses and Hydra, the ‘middle child’ of Poros deserves some love too.

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BY Dimitris Rigopoulos

| Sep 19, 2017

Tourism

Should The Rest of Greece Emulate the ‘Mykonos Model’?

In improving the quality of its tourism, Greece needs to play to its comparative strengths.

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Amber Charmei

BY Amber Charmei

| Sep 18, 2017

Destinations

An Ionian Road Trip From Parga to Lefkada

One of the most romantic routes in Greece can be found on its lush western coast linking the charming seaside town of Parga with the island of Lefkada.

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BY Anthony Grant

| Sep 08, 2017

Nature

An Ode to Hymettus, the ‘Mad’ Mountain of Athens

Of the peaks that surround the Athenian basin, Mt. Hymettus is probably the least celebrated, yet it’s slopes are shrouded in magic and mystery.

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