I am a single mom and I travel with children. I like to feel safe on the road and I need to carry many things to keep them entertained. So the best option for me is to rent a car and I choose Rental Center Crete, a local company, recommended by a friend who vacations […]
Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras hailed historic ties with Serbia in a televised exchange with Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic yesterday. The meetup was part of a Western Balkans conference promoting bilateral relations between the Balkans nations.
Starting from today in the village of Myrtia on Crete, the Nikos Kazantzakis Museum begins a series of special events through July 16th focused on the famous Greek writer’s impressions of England.
Crete’s Lyttos Beach Hotel, located in Hersonissos, not far from Heraklion, has received the Blue Flag for its beach. In 2017.
Trenčín Mesto Módy, a legendary fashion festival, will return after nearly a decade pause to the Slovak “city of fashion” in September.
The Minoan Group has a clear runway to develop a €250 million euro resort near Sitia in the Lasithi prefecture of Crete. A court ruling over the controversial resort development known as the Itanos Gaia Project opens the door for Minoan.
Ploieşti, the county seat of Prahova County in Wallachia, Romania, will celebrate 420 years since it was historically mentioned in documents during the reign of Michael the Brave, Prince of Wallachia.
With 10 kilometers of white, sandy Blue Flag beaches dipping gently into shallow waters, Tigaki is the right destination to find yourself relaxed and at peace in no time. The main beach at Astir Odysseus Kos Resort & Spa has been recognized by the Foundation for Environmental Education (FEE) through its Blue Flag program that recognizes marinas […]
Coming up July 19th in Chania, the 4th Cretan World Music Festival takes place at the Kapsomenos Foundation. Organized by the famous jazz violinist and festival founder Maria Manousaki, the event will be located in the picturesque village of Alikianos, which is about 10 kilometers outside of the Crete’s best-known city, Chania.
The International Short Film Festival “In the Palace” celebrates its 14th edition this year. The festival takes place in three cities: Veliko Tarnovo (April and May), Varna (May and June), and, finally, Balchik (June 24 to July 1).
In news from Tirana, Albania has renewed a visa-free travel regime for nationals of three Gulf countries in order to boost tourism.
The largest Russian national film festival, “Kinotavr” begins today at the Black Sea coastal and alpine resort in Sochi. This year, as in previous competitions, the top talents of Russian cinema come together to compete.