Greece Travel Blogs

Greece Travel Blogs

On this page you are very lucky to explore some of the most exciting Greece travel blogs and posts written by real people who love to travel in Greece and talk about it with passion. We are gathering all those travel bloggers we love to read and get inspired from. Each blogger has its own way to experience Greece and travelling and a unique way to express on the beauty of Greece which is what this collection is all about. So enjoy, read, get inspired and travel!

Nenitouria

04/11/17
Located 65 kilometers north of the town of Chios and a mere 20 kilometers from the village Volissos is Nenitouria. The four communities, Psaros, Kosmados, Hametos and Antrahlias have been united to form one single village, that is, Nenitouria. When entering the village, visitors are impressed by the dale covered with plane trees and large stones. In the wintertime, these stones drown in the gushing waters that brush across their surface....

New York meets Mastiha

04/11/17
The Chios Mastiha Growers Association organized a special event on October 26 at Mykonos Blue in Manhattan in order to make the unique Chios Mastiha better known to the broader community. The event gave those who attended it the opportunity to learn more about this superb Greek product and sample mouth-watering snacks and dips made with mastiha. There were also signature cocktails to sip such as the Bright White, the Strawberrita, the...

How To Prepare For A Family Camping Trip: A Must-read Guide

03/11/17
Unlike when camping alone, how to prepare for a family camping trip requires your more careful preparation. Because this kind of camping usually attaches kids, without carefulness, you can put them in dangers. Whether you are a professional camper or enthusiast of camping, I believe that my experiences and knowledge in this post can provide your family a camping trip as happy and safe as possible. What you have to do for a perfect trip includes...

Copenhagen Denmark: Around the City, Part I

25/10/17
We were extremely lucky to visit Copenhagen Denmark at the end of August. Copenhagen is one of those European cities where big spaces, parks and lakes shout: Do Relax! Seems the whole city is build around the concept of “what to do after work”. Weather was not too hot, neither too cold. It was a bit chilly during night time, but not too much. In a few words, it was the perfect weather for walking around for hours. Cost of living is...

Stay Dry and Safe with These 7 Camping Tips in the Rainy Days

24/10/17
Even though my fascination with the natural world didn’t start until I was in my late 20’s and stressed out from work and responsibilities, I still remember vividly all of the camping adventures I had with my parents. I have about 20 years of experience in camping, and I’ve gone through all of the weather conditions and all sorts of other tricky situations. Still, one of the most common and annoying problems, that can destroy your camping trip...

Great Wall of China – World Wonders

22/10/17
Great Wall of China is considered as one of the world wonders. Just being there and experiencing this massive construction, amidst an unparalleled nature beauty, is a life experience you never forget. We’ve been there, the following day after visiting the Forbidden City in Beijing. The Great Wall was designated as a World Heritage Site in 1987. In the past many claimed that it is one of the few human constructions that can be seen from...

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