Athens News (67)
In the anticipated ceremony that will take place on February 26th, there will be four Greek nominees that will compete for the precious golden statue
Guests will have the opportunity to learn how to cultivate many of the plants that play an essential role in the Mediterranean diet.
A special museum for the great philosopher Plato was inaugurated yesterday at the archaeological site of Plato's Academy in the quarter of Kolonos, Athens.
Athens is officially one of the best European destinations for holidays or city breaks for 2015, after the online poll by by the organization Best European Destination.
A gravestone fragment of the classical period was unearthed few days ago during an excavation project by the German Archaeological Institute and Greek archaeologists in the ancient cemetery of Kerameikos, Athens.
Are you pro or against the return of the Parthenon Marbles to Greece? This is a question that travelers and visitors at the El. Venizelos Airport of Athens are asked to answer, using an application at four interactive screens.
Delta Air Lines is increasing the number of its weekly flights from New York JFK International Airport of Athens Airport for summer season 2015, as announced recently by the American air company.
The Erechtheion, the most sacred monument of the Acropolis Hill, will become accessible to the public in the near future, after the plan for the reconstruction of the temple's floor.
The Museum of Acropolis was ranked the 8th Best Museum in the world, according to the users of the popular online travel guide, TripAdvisor. It was actually ranked above the British Museum and the Louvre.
A Greek development fund announced yesterday plans for the transformation of the former Athens airport of Hellinikon into a world-class tourist resort with luxury hotels, residences, a large park, concert facilities and yacht marina.
Two masterpieces of the Early-Cycladic civilization returned to their home, Greece, after spending many years in a German museum. They are now on display at the National Archaeological Museum in Athens.
A new archaeological site in Athens is ready and will officially open to visitors within the next days: the Lyceum of Aristotle, that was actually Aristotle's school of philosophy.
A new bus line in Athens will connect the cruise dock in Piraeus port with the city centre. This will be the express line X80.
The famous Canadian newspaper Toronto Star recently ranked the restaurant of the new Acropolis Museum among the top 5 museum restaurants in the world.