Samos is an island ruled by legend and beauty. It is the island of the father of mathematics, Pythagoras, the astronomer Aristarchus and the philosopher Epicurus. It is the home of Hera and the land that hosted Herodotus and Aesop. An important center of trade in the Aegean and a major naval force in antiquity, it came into contact with important Mediterranean cultures.

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Only 19 nautical miles away from Piraeus, Agkistri is an easily accessible Argosaronic Gulf paradise. Azure waters, pine trees and lush vegetation (where many bird species find refuge) are the main characteristics of this tiny, yet charming, island of less than 1,000 inhabitants!

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A sizeable city in the Thessalian plain, Larissa has never been on anyone’s tourist itinerary except as a main station on the Athens-Thessaloniki rail route. But in the northern outskirts of the city you can glimpse the soaring peak of Mount Olympus on a good day. And if you happen to be into farming, you can check out what’s being planted in the endless acres of flat fields across which a small train trundles for the hour-long trip to Volos and Mount Pilion.

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The Greek cuisine, with its wide variety of high quality ingredients and its wisely considered and highly beneficial combinations which encapsulate the knowledge of centuries, enjoys a privileged position in the global culture of taste alternatives.

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Lake Plastiras, also known as "Little Switzerland", is surrounded by an idyllic landscape of incomparable natural beauty that captivates the mind at first sight. Dreamlike in all aspects, it is one of the largest artificial lakes in Greece created in a location where in antiquity we could find the confluence of the rivers Tavropos and Achelous.

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Winter in the heart of Epirus? Spring in the mythical land of the Centaurs? Summer on the matchless beaches of a Cycladic island? Autumn in a picture-perfect naval state? The only thing beyond doubt is that Greece is fascinating all year round! We recommend four charming destinations, one for each season of the year, where you can relish blissful romantic moments with your significant other!

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Mt. Olympus’ wonderful nature of rich flora (over 1700 species, more than 20 of which endemic) and fauna (more than 30 species of mammals, 100 species of birds, 18 species of reptiles) left the modern Greeks with no choice but to proclaim it the first National Forest in 1938.

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Wild nature, local traditions, history and the environment entwined — the famous mountain village of Samarina is one of Greece’s gems. IT is located at an altitude of 1,600 meters (5,250 feet), on the slopes in of Mount Smolikas (2,637m), the highest peak of Greece’s Pindos range, in West Macedonia.

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With more than 70 free of charge events, for 16 days, the municipality of Athens celebrates Carnival in its center and its neighborhoods from January 27th to February 19th. The beat and joy of the festival transform the squares and streets of Athens into theaters. Dancers and spectators will be a barrel of laughs, participating in a Carnival packed full of traditional customs from all over Greece with a capsized character.

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