Festivals, feasts, events throughout Greece, 12 months a year.
Galleries, Theatres, Cinemas, Music Halls and, of course, the unique Ancient Greek Drama.
The new aspect of tourism, Sitia Geopark
When the Sitia region became a member of the UNESCO Geopark family, we had no idea just how much positive change this would bring! This new aspect of tourism “Sitia Geopark”, is proving to be a considerable point of interest, especially in the alternative tourism market. The natural environment... read more
“Dora Stratou” Performance Information...
PERFORMANCE INFORMATION 2020 "Dora Stratou" Greek Dances Theatre, Philopappou Hill Garden Theatre - The living museum of Greek dance www.grdance.org OPENING NIGHT 27 May 2020 CLOSING NIGHT 20 September 2020 PERFORMANCES Wednesday, Thursday, Friday 21:30. Saturday and Sunday... read more
Liar Wanted by Dimitris Psathas
Liar Wanted by Dimitris Psathas brought to you by THEATRIKES SKINES and Petros Zoulias from 15 MARCH AT THE PALLAS THEATRE SURTITLES IN PALLAS THEATER THEATRIKES SKINES SA offer the opportunity to all foreign visitors and residents of Athens as well as theater-lovers with hearing difficulties... read more
Theatre performances with english surtitles
The PALLAS theatre, an Athens landmark, was built in 1931–1932 to be used as a cinema. During the Interwar Period, it was considered the finest cinema-theatre in the Balkans. Designed to obey the style of classicism in line with French models, its monumental entrance is dominated by multicolored marble... read more
Creation and Entertainment in THEATER for tourist...
What do tourists see when they come to Greece? Which side do they know and what they take with them as a memory? Only ancient monuments of a civilization that belongs to all humanity? A tremendous mythology, tradition and history? And their acquaintance with modern Greek creation, what is it exactly? A... read more
Greek Myth Experience!
Discover ancient Greece on a unique theatrical show with the famous myth of Theseus and Minotaur that will energize all your senses and create memories to be shared. Experience the magic of Love and be part of one of the greatest myth of all time. Discover the famous myth through a journey in time when... read more
Dora Stratou Dance Theatre
The living museum of Greek dance, since 1953. A public-benefit institution subsidized by the Ministry of Culture and the National Tourism Organization under the auspices of the Municipality of Athens. - Daily performances in the its 800-seat garden theatre, located on Philopappou Hill, opposite... read more
Music Hall at Komotini
The idea to build a large cultural and conference center in Komotini began in the mid of 1980 decade. Finally study commissioned by the famous architect Nikos Valsamaki but construction was delayed due to lack of funding. Eventually a portion of the building was constructed and completed in the year... read more
Historic Theater Apollon
The historic Theater Apollon is one of the major attractions of Syros and constitutes an emblem of the island’s cultural heritage. Created in 1864 by the Italian architect Pietro Sampo who was inspired by 4 stunning Italian standards including the Scala di Milano, the theater Apollon adorns the heart... read more
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... read more
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,... read more
A Haven of Art and Culture in South Evia
With the triptych nature, art and culture, we propose to our visitors a different intellectual and sensory experience and discover another Greece, Landscape architecture, sculpture, painting, photography and land art… are the tools for a creative Journey in nature guided by culture, “Geopoetry”... read more
“The Cybeli Institute is a Cultural Institution that explores the theatrical history and the historical fortunes of Hellenism, it highlights concurrent processes in the European and international landscape, creates cultural synergies and promotes the cultural decentralization focusing on the Aegean,... read more
“Melina Merkouri” Art and Concert...
Named in honour of Greek actress and politician Melina Merkouri, the Art and Concert Hall of Hydra is located on the port’s promenade, just west of the statue of Andreas Miaoulis. Housed in the Lazaros Koudouriotis residence, its lovely arcade and exquisite marble floors create a stunning first... read more
The Egli Cinema is perhaps the oldest cinema still in operation in Athens. Opened in the early 20th Century, following a civil war and World War I, it is located on the premises of the "Egli Beer Restaurant," which opened in 1904. The theatre’s close proximity to the Zappeion Mansion and its gardens,... read more
The National Theatre
The National Theatre on Agiou Konstantinou street, near the Omonia square, was built to meet the city's need for a new theatre. Designed by Hernst Ziller and constructed from 1891 to 1901, the project was initiated by King Georg I. Located on a small lot purchased by Bavarian courtesan, Thonn,... read more
Cycladic Art Museum, Stathatos Manor
The Stathatos Manor in Kolonaki, is located at the junction of Vasilissis Sofias and Irodotou 1 streets, where it houses a wing of the Cycladic Art Museum. Built in the late 19th Century by famous architect, Hernst Ziller, the manor was based on plans drawn in 1895 for an expatriate merchant from Ithaca... read more