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ALTERNATIVE TOURISM IN WESTERN MACEDONIA!!

Western Macedonia is a geographically isolated region, a fact that has had a negative impact on the area’s tourist development in contrast to the “sun-sea” pattern that has been dominating the sector for the past years. Nevertheless, recent global trends underline a need to seek something different, something authentic. It is exactly that difference and […]

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Arch of Galerius and Rotunda

The Arch of Galerius or Kamara and the Rotunda are neighbouring early 4th-century monuments in the city of Thessaloniki, in the region of Central Macedonia in northern Greece. Both are some of the most important destinations to go whether you transfer Thessaloniki. The Rotunda  is an ancient impressive roman monument inscribed in the World Heritage List of […]

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ARCHITECTURE OF THESSALONIKI, GREECE!!

Thessaloniki is the second largest city of Greece, founded in 316 BC over the site of an ancient settlement. In the Roman years it was the largest port of the area and it played a major role during the Byzantine years. Thessaloniki architecture had always been a unique example being the centre of the Balkan […]

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BEST DESTINATIONS IN HALKIDIKI!

Holidays to Halkidiki take you away from Greece’s popular holiday islands, and let you explore an up-and-coming part of the country’s mainland. Kassandra The westernmost peninsula, called Kassandra, is the most popular of the three. Visitors tend to make a beeline for the town of Hanioti, with its village square and evening markets. Then there’s […]

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CHRISTMAS HOLIDAYS IN GREECE!!

Are you trying to decide where to go on your Christmas holidays and still haven’t made up your mind? Why not consider Christmas in Greece? True, it is not the traditional Christmas holiday destination, but it has so much to offer that it will be one of the most unforgettable holidays in your life! There […]

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CHURCHES OF KASTORIA!!

The Kastoria city of Western Macedonia in Greece is known for its churches.Historically, the city has been ruled by many entities, including the Serbian Empire and the Ottoman Empire. The amount of Byzantine and post-Byzantine churches proves the development and richness of the city through the different ages. Panagia Koumpelidiki is one of the oldest […]

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