In the strange times we live in there is no reason to lose hope. We will always have the beautiful memories of the past and the dreams of the future. Our team searched our previous articles and found the best places for food that we had suggested in the past and identified which of them have delivery service during the lockdown. These are ten restaurants and a patisserie that could bring unique pleasures and flavours to your door :
There are many places in Athens that make pies of all kind. It is impossible to visit them and try them all. In this article we will focus only on places that according to our taste have the best traditional Greek pies. What characterises a traditional Greek pie (pita / πίτα in Geek) is its phyllo sheets made of fresh ingredients. Different processes and recipes are carried out to give each phyllo a different texture; sometimes thick and rich, and sometimes thin and translucent. There are pies made with a large number of sheets, layered one on top of the other and filled with ingredients like cheese, meat and various vegetables. While, there are others that are made with a simple mixture of flour and other tasteful ingredients.
Venice needs no introduction. It is probably one of the most famous and emblematic tourist destinations in the world. The city has a long and interesting history and its past is full of mysterious stories and legends. A visit to Venice could turn into something unique if you know the stories behind the buildings you encounter while wandering its streets and canals. In this article we present 7 of the most famous haunted and mysterious stories.
Spello, located on the southern side of Mount Subasio, between Assisi and Foligno, is considered one of “The Most Beautiful Villages of Italy” due to its significant environmental, cultural and artistic heritage. The ancient town centre of Umbrian origin, “Hispellum” from the first century BC, was an important Roman town. There are important and impressive remains of the Roman period which coexists with the latter medieval urban appearance of the town.
Evros County in Thraki (Θράκη) in the minds of other residents of Greece it is the most remote area of Greece. It is actually a magical place, with impressive history and important Byzantine heritage. The river Evros (Έβρος), which flows between Greece and Turkey, determines the past, present and future of the region. The beauties of the area are innumerable and with these 8 stops from our road trip we simply scratch the surface of the treasures that are hidden in this corner of Greece.
During our travels throughout Europe, we have eaten in many places, but some of them stand out and remain in our memory. What makes a place — a restaurant, a pub, a snack bar, etc. — turn it into a unique travel experience is not only the food, but also the location, the scenery, the view, the time of day or even the time of the year. In this article we present 10 of our favorite (not the best) restaurants across Europe.
They say that the history of a city is written in its buildings. The buildings are the witnesses of the events that took place in the history of a city. There are buildings in our city that we pass every day, stood there forever and are part of our daily lives. Have we ever thought about their stories? Who built them and lived in them? In this article we will present 7 (+1) emblematic buildings of Athens, the stories of which few of us know.
Laconia (Λακωνία) is an area of Peloponnesos with many popular destinations, wonderful beaches, unique archeological sites, Byzantine churches, picturesque villages and much more. However, few know that in Laconia there are two of the most important sunken ancient cities in Greece and probably in Europe. Both are easily accessible and the visitor could admire their grandeur along the coastline as well as underwater.
What could characterize a tavern as classic? Is it its long history, its popularity, the quality of its cuisine or its durability over time? It’s all these elements together. It is the tavern that makes you feel at home, serves quality comfort food and evokes a feeling of intimacy. In this article we present six taverns, hidden in the neighbourhoods of Athens, that we think could be classified as classic.
Geneva is a cosmopolitan city whose small size contradicts its wealth and importance on the world stage. It is the center of the French-speaking part of Switzerland and a dynamic center of business and commerce. It is also home to more than 250 international organizations, including the United Nations, and also the birthplace of the International Committee of the Red Cross. The city has a beautiful lakeside setting on Lake Geneva, at the point where the Rhone River flows away towards France, and a picturesque Old Town in the center. The symbol of the city is the impressive Jet d’ Eau — the tallest fountain in the world that throws water 140 meters in the air . Geneva is not a typical tourist destination but it is a city that could win you over with its charm and grace.