Olympic Marine

Marina rewarded with the "Blue Flag" since 2000 and ISO 9001:2008. Olympic Marine is strategically located at a key location in Greece that offers easy and quick access whether by road or sea. It is just 20 minutes form Athens International Airport and a breath away from the Cyclades islands. As for our prices nowhere else will you find such a good relationship between price and the services offered. It is not by chance that it has been awarded continuously by the International Program “Blue... διαβάστε περισσότερα

Zea Marina

One of the finest and well organized marinas in the Mediterranean. Zea Marina is situated in Piraeus, on the Eastern shore of the Peninsula of Peiraiki. The sea area is made up to two harbor basins, the Internal harbor (Passalimani) and the External harbor (Freatida). Its activity is much more enhanced in relation to the other marinas due to the great number of shops inside the marina and its surroundings. The Marina, fully organised, offering facilities and services of high standards, has been... διαβάστε περισσότερα

Athens Spotlighted

Athens International Airport with the support of the city guide magazine "Athinorama", welcomes you to the "athenspotlighted" programme! [su_video url="http://www.athenspotlighted.gr/userfiles/athenspotlighted/video/Athens_Spotlighted_newCard.mp4" width="680" height="360" autoplay="yes"] Be on the Spot and discover the unique character, history and cosmopolitan atmosphere of our city through ideal deals! Through "athenspotlighted" programme you are provided with a free discount city card, which... διαβάστε περισσότερα

Athens and Epidaurus Festival

What is the Athens Festival? A great celebration that has lasted 56 summers, and that has hosted some of the leading lights of theatre, music and dance. From Mitropoulos and Callas to Rostropovich, Pavarotti, Leonidas Kavakos and Dimitris Sgouros. From Theodorakis and Hadjidakis to Savvopoulos, Protopsalti, Dalaras and Marinella. From Rondiris and Koun to Streller, Peter Hall, Noh theatre, Bunraku puppet theatre, and the Peking Opera. From Balanchine to Pina Bausch, and from Nureyev and Fonteyn to Martha... διαβάστε περισσότερα

National Gallery

Established in 1900, the National Gallery moved frequently before settling in its permanent home on Vasilos Konstantinou and Vasilissis Sofias Streets. Until 1939, the gallery was located at the University of Athens. At the start of World War II, the collection was moved to the basement of the Archaeological Museum for preservation. The gallery’s collections have expanded continuously, thanks to donations from private collectors such as Alexander Soutsos. Much of the museum’s sculpture... διαβάστε περισσότερα

Piraeus Municipal Gallery

Opened in 1957, the Piraeus Municipal Gallery features theatrical costumes, photographs, programmes, and other theatrical material. While its permanent home at the Old Post Office is currently being restored, the gallery is temporarily housed at the Piraeus Municipal Theatre. The collection includes a major representation of the sculpture of G. Kastriotis, an extensive collection of folk art by St. Lazarou and personal effects donated by Greek actor Manos Katrakis. A special area is reserved... διαβάστε περισσότερα

Archaeological Museum of Poros

Given to the Greek state by the family of former Prime Minister Koryzis in 1941, the museum was built in the 1960s at the site of the old Koryzis residence. Exhibited objects date from the Mycenaean Era to the earliest centuries of Christianity. Retrieved from excavations throughout Troezen and Ermioni, the collections include sculptures, inscriptions and important architectural discoveries. The plaster copy of a 480 BC column from Troezen, bearing Themistocles’ appeal to Greeks to resist... διαβάστε περισσότερα

Archaeological Museum of Kythera

Donated to the Greek State by the Society of Kythera in 1975 and renovated in 1981, the Archaeology Museum of Kythera is housed in a small, early-20th-century building. The museum's collection includes the most important findings from excavations in the area, dating from prehistoric times until the Venetian occupation. Items from the Byzantine era, mostly icons and holy objects of worship are displayed at the church of the Holy Assumption in Kato Livadi, while many excavated artefacts are stored... διαβάστε περισσότερα

Archaeological Museum of Piraeus

Covering some 1,400 square metres, the Archaeological Museum of Piraeus houses an amazing array of artefacts, dating from prehistoric times to the early Christian era. As the most important port in the Mediterranean, Piraeus prospered throughout antiquity, creating a modern city filled with priceless archaeological treasures. While most finds come from official archaeological excavations, many incidental discoveries made during reconstruction of the modern city are also on display. Donations... διαβάστε περισσότερα

Archaeological Museum of Vravrona

Built in the late 1960s to house artefacts from excavations at the sanctuary of Artemis in Vravrona, this small museum is located less than one kilometre from the Vravron archaeological site. Findings from throughout the region of Messogia are exhibited on the upper floor, which also includes a patio. Other exhibits include findings from the Vravron region, as well as items from nearby Merenda, dating from the prehistoric (early Copper) period to the Roman era. The largest part of the exhibition,... διαβάστε περισσότερα