Exarheia Square Exarheia Square is a neighborhood right in the center of Athens. It is considered a cult and urban part of the city, the home of the poets, authors, actors, all types of artists considered Exarheia their home therefor the neighborhood was know as the area of...

Lake Vouliagmeni: The name means sunken lake and it is a small water lake fed by underground currents. The lake is located on the south riviera of Athens. It formed around 2,000 years ago, after a large cavern collapsed from an earthquake. There is an...

Cape Sounio is the southern most tip of Athens. It is known for its fabulous sun sets and moon rises and views of the   Aegean sea The place is known for its Temple of Poseidon an important monument from the Golden Age of Athens. In Greek mythology...

Meteora: A rock formation that hosts one of the largest Orthodox monasteries. There are 6 of the original 24 monasteries remaining. This are is located near the city Kalambaka. There are many caves constructed over 5,000 years ago. The scenary here is breathtaking as everything...

Delphi: The Greeks believed Delphi was the center of the world. This city is famous for its ancient sanctuary , the oracle called Pythia was used to make many important decision in ancient times. Delphi is also a UNESCO world heritage site. It is located on...

The ancient Greek worshiped The 12 Ancient Olympian Gods. Although considered a cult a worship established for each one separately. According to the myth, it dates back to the earliest years before mortals adapted it. Agamemnon first built a sanctuary for the 12 gods during the Trojan...