Scientists at the University of Bologna say they have finally begun to unravel part of the mysterious Linear A that has puzzled linguists and archaeologists for decades. In a statement released recently, the University’s professor of Aegean Philology, Dr. Silvia Ferrara says she and her colleagues conducted a new study of the 3,500-year-old Minoan system […]
Greek authorities have reported 453 new coronavirus cases, which is the highest single-day rise since the end of lockdown. Meanwhile, corporate interests sail full speed a course into the unknown.
This week the best Instagram shares from Crete include not just locals, Crete businesses, but visitors to the paradise island as well.
TUI announces Greece is the company’s top destination now. Meanwhile, Greece plans to boost tourists in midst of COVID resurgence.
After ripping its way across the Ionian islands and the Greece mainlain, cyclone Ianos slashed across Crete island last night.
Netherlands hotel innovators citizenM comes out with a subscription business plan that could drive profits. But is loyalty only about stable revenue?
TUI Cruises’ Mein Shiff 6 steams into Heraklion’s port virutally unnotticed. The German company manages to become the first to redux cruising in Greece.
A magnitude 5.9 earthquake shook Heraklion Prefecture on Crete late this afternoon.
Greek Finance Minister Christos Staikouras is inviting foreign investors to invest in Greece. But some fear outsiders already own too much of the country.
A rare Mediterranean hurricane-like storm Ianos landing in Greece has grounded flights and is lashing the surrounding seas of Greece today.
Greece’s drive to promote tourism using the status quo, it is not going to work. Everything put forward from the tourism ministry and the rest of the current administration is about going back and appearing to go forward.
We were amazed to discover this story on Protothema of the oldest song in the world, and how it’s a song we can actually listen to.
A public service announcement in English language parents, teachers, and those interested in the 2020-2021 school year on Crete island.
Greece’s numbers on COVID-19 just don’t seem to tell the real story of the resurgence of cases since the tourism 2020 reboot.
Were the Minoans the people Plato referred to as Atlanteans? What really happened to this bright Bronze Age civilization?