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Athens - 1 day tour: €55

Athens - 1 day tour: €55

The Acropolis rises in the centre of the white waterfall of Athens. Crowned with the linear four-sided edifice of the Parthenon, Acropolis retains its identity through time. It is the material achievement of abstract perfection.

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Thessaloniki - 1 day tour: €20

Thessaloniki - 1 day tour: €20

The capital of the North; it is a city that combines all the elements one must experience, in order to get a taste of the country.

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Skiathos Cruise - 1 day tour: €40

Skiathos Cruise - 1 day tour: €40

Resting on the rim of the wheelhouse, visitors meet the Aegean, that welcomes them with the blue light of its skies, the azure glimmer of its waves, the white shades of its surf, the yellow tint of its islands, and the golden brightness of its sun.

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Meteora - 1 day tour: €25

Meteora - 1 day tour: €25

Upon viewing the holy rocks, visitors are spellbound by this gigantic complex. The ascetic huts testify to the presence of monks, and record their ascetic life, as they walked along the paths leading from the earth to heaven.

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Olympos - 1/2 day tour: €20

Olympos - 1/2 day tour: €20

The form of Mt Olympus, the multi-faceted and variable charm of its nature, its fog-covered peaks, have inspired the awe and admiration of prehistoric man, thus leading to the creation of legends culminating with the twelve Gods of the ancient Greeks.

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Ampelakia - 1/2 day tour: €25

Ampelakia - 1/2 day tour: €25

Built on a slope of Ossa mountain, with a view of the Valley of Tempi, Ampelakia is one of the most picturesque areas in Greece. In this village, tradition and history live in harmony, creating in visitors a sense of awe and contemplation.

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Vergina-Edessa - 1 day tour: €45

Vergina-Edessa - 1 day tour: €45

Passing through the gate of the Museum, visitors walk down the imposing alley and suddenly find themselves in darkness. As their eyes become accustomed to the sight, history begins to unfold right before them.

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Dion - 1/2 day tour: €25

Dion - 1/2 day tour: €25

In 700 BC Hesiod sang about the divine love of Zeus for Thyia, claiming that she got pregnant and gave birth to two children, Magnitas and Makedonas, who lived in Pieria. The sacred site of Zeus in this region is Dion, at the foot of Mt Olympus.

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Athos Cruise - 1 day tour: €55

Athos Cruise - 1 day tour: €55

The monastic state of Mt Athos was always considered to be dedicated to the Mother of God, and that is why they call Mt Athos the heritage of the Virgin Mary

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Delphi - 1 day tour: €55

Delphi - 1 day tour: €55

High above the Corinthian gulf, on the holy mountain of Parnassus, surrounded by fir trees, lay the temple of god Apollo, Delphi.

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Greek evening - Night entertainment €25

Greek evening - Night entertainment €25

The traditional music serves to create a pleasant atmosphere, the dancers rouse the visitors and initiate them into the essence of Greek entertainment. This is an evening you will never forget...

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Waterland - 1 day tour €30

Waterland - 1 day tour €30

One of the largest water parks in Europe, covering an area of 15 ha, offers you a full range of activities to suit all ages, in a cool, friendly environment. Pools, games, lawns and recreation areas offer you moments of relaxation and pleasure.

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THE “OATH” OF ALEXANDER THE GREAT

(OPIS, 324 BC)


"I wish you now that wars are coming to an end,that you should be all happy in peace.From now on,let all mortals live as one people,in fellowship,for the common prosperity.See the ecumenic world as your homeland,with common laws,where the meritocracy govern regardless of the race.Unlike the narrowminded,I make no distinction between Greeks and barbarians. The origin of the citizens,or the race into which they were born,is of no concern to me.I judge them by one criterion,the individual virtue.

For me any good foreigner is a Greek and any bad Greek is worse than a barbarian.If disputes ever occur among you,you will not resort to weapons,but will solve them in peace.If need be I shall arbitrate between you.Let us see the god not as an autocratic despot,but as the common father of all and thus your conduct will be like the lives of brothers within the same family.

I,on my part,see you all as equal whether you are white or dark-skinned.And I should like you not simply to be subjects of my commonwealth,but members of it and partners.To the best of my ability I shall strive to do what I have promised. This oath,which we have taken tonight with our libations,keep it as a Symbol of Love"


Lord Byron - source : Don Juan (canto III, st.86)
“The isles of Greece, the isles of Greece! Where burning Sappho loved and sung.
Where grew the arts of war and peace, Where Delos rose, and Phoebus sprung!
Eternal summer gilds them yet, But all, except their sun, is set.” 



THE “OATH” OF ALEXANDER THE GREAT

(OPIS, 324 BC)


"I wish you now that wars are coming to an end,that you should be all happy in peace.From now on,let all mortals live as one people,in fellowship,for the common prosperity.See the ecumenic world as your homeland,with common laws,where the meritocracy govern regardless of the race.Unlike the narrowminded,I make no distinction between Greeks and barbarians. The origin of the citizens,or the race into which they were born,is of no concern to me.I judge them by one criterion,the individual virtue.

For me any good foreigner is a Greek and any bad Greek is worse than a barbarian.If disputes ever occur among you,you will not resort to weapons,but will solve them in peace.If need be I shall arbitrate between you.Let us see the god not as an autocratic despot,but as the common father of all and thus your conduct will be like the lives of brothers within the same family.

I,on my part,see you all as equal whether you are white or dark-skinned.And I should like you not simply to be subjects of my commonwealth,but members of it and partners.To the best of my ability I shall strive to do what I have promised. This oath,which we have taken tonight with our libations,keep it as a Symbol of Love"


Lord Byron - source : Don Juan (canto III, st.86)
“The isles of Greece, the isles of Greece! Where burning Sappho loved and sung.
Where grew the arts of war and peace, Where Delos rose, and Phoebus sprung!
Eternal summer gilds them yet, But all, except their sun, is set.” 



THE “OATH” OF ALEXANDER THE GREAT

(OPIS, 324 BC)


"I wish you now that wars are coming to an end,that you should be all happy in peace.From now on,let all mortals live as one people,in fellowship,for the common prosperity.See the ecumenic world as your homeland,with common laws,where the meritocracy govern regardless of the race.Unlike the narrowminded,I make no distinction between Greeks and barbarians. The origin of the citizens,or the race into which they were born,is of no concern to me.I judge them by one criterion,the individual virtue.

For me any good foreigner is a Greek and any bad Greek is worse than a barbarian.If disputes ever occur among you,you will not resort to weapons,but will solve them in peace.If need be I shall arbitrate between you.Let us see the god not as an autocratic despot,but as the common father of all and thus your conduct will be like the lives of brothers within the same family.

I,on my part,see you all as equal whether you are white or dark-skinned.And I should like you not simply to be subjects of my commonwealth,but members of it and partners.To the best of my ability I shall strive to do what I have promised. This oath,which we have taken tonight with our libations,keep it as a Symbol of Love"


Lord Byron - source : Don Juan (canto III, st.86)
“The isles of Greece, the isles of Greece! Where burning Sappho loved and sung.
Where grew the arts of war and peace, Where Delos rose, and Phoebus sprung!
Eternal summer gilds them yet, But all, except their sun, is set.” 



 

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