The Athens and Epidaurus festival programme for summer 2020 has now been announced. Here’s everything you need to know about this major arts event in Greece.
You probably know that the Olympic Games started in Ancient Greece. Do you know much about the origins of the Olympic Games though? Here are some useful insights!
Did you know that Greeks celebrate a Name Day as well as their birthday? In this insight into Greek culture, we explain all about Name Days in Greece, which ones are the most popular, and more!
Think Greece, and pictures of whitewashed houses with blue windows will immediately come to mind. Have you ever wondered why buildings in the Cyclades are painted blue and white though? Read on to find out more!
Visiting Greece during Easter is a fantastic experience for anyone interested in Greek culture and traditions. Here’s some of the Greek Easter traditions you can expect.
So, you are planning a trip to Greece – or you may have travelled to Greece a few times. Even better, you realized that you like this country so much, that moving here felt like a great idea. Here are some things you might find helpful when trying to understand Greek habits and customs.
Everyone that visits Greece ends up with a cat photo sooner or later! Greek cats are everywhere. Find out why in this insight into cats in Greece, facts, photos and more!
Religion in Greece is quite important, in comparison to most other European countries. It is tied to every aspect of the culture. Read on to find out more about what it means to be a Greek Orthodox Christian.
In this basic Greek for beginners article, you can find everything you need to know about the Greek alphabet. We also show you 20 Greek words that you will find useful! It’s all Greek to me This is what most people say when they try to read the Greek alphabet for the first time. But don’t panic! Many … Read more
These ten things to know about Greece before you travel will be helpful if you are planning a trip to Greece. Greeks take them for granted, but you might be annoyed, puzzled, or even shocked!