Oia Vacation Travel Guide
Dec25

Oia Vacation Travel Guide

Oia Vacation Travel Guide | Expedia Welcome to Oia, Greece, a small community residing on the northernmost tip of Santorini. While it’s now a relaxing holiday getaway for visitors from all over the world, this sleepy Aegean town, perched on the clifftops around a former volcanic caldera, once boasted a powerful merchant fleet. Any tour of Oia allows you to see the remains of some of this power scattered throughout town. A number of...

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Athens timelapse
Dec22

Athens timelapse

Athens amongst the 7 top European Capitals for someone to visit according to Top Travel Lists, a travel website which publishes top tourist attractions and destinations in countries and cities around the world. ‪#‎Greece_Athens‬ ‪#‎Athens‬ ‪#‎tourism‬ ‪#‎sightseeing‬ ‪#‎vacation‬ Follow us on an enchanting trip around the beauties of...

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Invisible Thessaloniki
Dec21

Invisible Thessaloniki

Invisible Thessaloniki From the sunny seafront to the secrets hidden below the surface, Thessaloniki has many faces. Discover a city with more than meets the eye. Ready to see the whole picture?

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I’m An Athenian Too
Dec19

I’m An Athenian Too

Stamp your Athenian identity on the world by joining the latest campaign for Athens. There are simply not enough words to describe this city. #ImAnAthenian The vibration: There’s electricity in the air, a buzz on the street, a resonance in the ancient stone. The city: All at once alive with the possibilities of tomorrow and bathed in the majestic glow of yesteryear. The citizens: Dazzling, vigorous, versatile… and trending! The first...

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Mykonos Vacation Travel Guide
Dec19

Mykonos Vacation Travel Guide

Mykonos Vacation Travel Guide | Expedia History, legend, and beauty are what Mykonos, Greece, is all about. Even its name is drawn from myth: Mykon, the first ruler of Mykonos, was purportedly the son of Apollo. You don’t need to be fully versed in Greek myths to enjoy your trip, but before you begin your Mykonos tour, get to know some of the island’s local legends. In the old stories, Mykonos hosted a battle between Zeus and the...

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Athens and Piraeus walking tour
Dec19

Athens and Piraeus walking tour

A walking travel tour of Athens and Piraeus in Greece. Filmed in 2010. Athens is the capital and largest city of Greece. Athens dominates the Attica region and is one of the world’s oldest cities, with its recorded history spanning around 3,400 years. Classical Athens, as a landlocked location was a powerful city-state that emerged in conjunction with the seagoing development of the port of Piraeus. A centre for the arts,...

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Santorini Vacation Travel Guide
Dec19

Santorini Vacation Travel Guide

Santorini Vacation Travel Guide | Expedia The island of Santorini has a pretty explosive past. It’s perched over the remains of a much larger land mass that sank almost 4,000 years ago when a volcano blew its top, leaving the blue caldera and steep cliffs behind. It is these cliffs and the flooded caldera that have become Santorini’s iconic calling card, and the first stop on your Santorini tour. Here’s your first bit of trivia: The...

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Zakynthos 2014 HD
Dec18

Zakynthos 2014 HD

Zakynthos island video in 2014 Take a tour at the best spots to visit on Zakynthos island.

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Mykonos perfect recipe for partying
Dec17

Mykonos perfect recipe for partying

Greece is known for its islands. Some are small, some are huge and some are just perfect recipe for partying and nightlife. Today we are taking a tour to one of those islands: Mykonos

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Dancing with a Cretan Heart
Dec16

Dancing with a Cretan Heart

FlashMob @ Chania | Dancing with a Cretan Heart | Apr 2014 The popular Cretan artists George and Nikos Stratakis enjoy their coffee at the old port of Chania. The tabor lying on the table and its thrilling sound arouse the interest of a kid. The artists could not withstand. They started to accompany the sounds of the kid and the guests started clapping. The dance did not take long to start. The spontaneous musical call led Greek and...

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