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The top 9 things to do in Athens with kids

Athens with kids & no nagging? Totally doable!

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Patsas: The Greek Tripe Soup

A Greek delicacy, only for the daring and strong-hearted!

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Ancient Board Game at Rhamnous, Athens.

At first, glance, what you see is very simple: some basic shapes, squares, and lines, roughly carved into a slab of stone or, to be more exact, on the surface of a small in size stone-made desk.

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The unique case of Tegea museum in the Peloponnese

The astonishing beauty of ancient Classical Art: the unique case of Tegea museum in the Peloponnese. Do we need to tell you about the extraordinary beauty of this ancient statue? We firmly believe that the figures speak for themselves, as spiritual moments and proud reminders of human achievement.

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Achilles: some Thoughts on the Greatest Heroes of all

Achilles, the man who stands between the divine and the profane, of excellent bravery and of high morality – the man that humans considered to be a God.

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Theseus: The Athenian National Hero

Today, Theseus is well-known as the young boy who slew the Minotaur in the labyrinth, an overwhelming event that took place somewhere on the island of Crete, at the southernmost part of Greece.

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Mystras: the Byzantine Renaissance

As a general rule, most of our guests have never heard of Mystras before we stop for a visit. Also, as a general rule, they tend to love the place.

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Five reasons why you should visit Athens’ Ancient Agora

Today, after almost a century of exploration and research, the archaeological site is open year-round, and therefore, we await with pleasure the opportunity to show it to you in detail!

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An Easter in Quarantine yet full of Flavors and Aromas

Customs, with roots that are lost in the depths of time, are revived with intensity every year on Easter. In fact, whichever are associated with our family traditions are the ones that are kept most alive in our memory, even if most of us ignore the symbolism hiding behind them.

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