Destinations


We present you some of the destinations that we often do tours with general information about each city.

Nafplio

GREECE

Nafplio (Modern Greek: Ναύπλιο) is a seaport town in the Peloponnese in Greece that has expanded up the hillsides near the north end of the Argolic Gulf. The town was an important seaport held under a succession of royal houses in the Middle Ages as part of the lordship of Argos and Nauplia, held initially by the de la Roche following the Fourth Crusade before coming under the Republic of Venice and, lastly, the Ottoman Empire. The town was the capital of the First Hellenic Republic and of the Kingdom of Greece, from the start of the Greek Revolution in 1821 until 1834.

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Florina

GREECE

In the city of Florina and in the surrounding villages on Christmas Eve, midnight on 23rd to 24th December, the inhabitants set fire in dozens of neighborhoods and districts of the city, with more and more popular fire at Iroon Square. These fires are lit up in the neighborhoods of wood from the mountain, mainly cedar, which makes noise when burned and is believed to drive away evil spirits with preparation to begin long ago, while formerly it was customary to cut wood between the groups - neighborhoods of each fire , as part of the custom.

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Ioannina

GREECE

Ioannina has a wealth of attractions and museums, with the point that due to the city's traffic jams and the spatial fragmentation of the sights, the visitor finds it difficult to visit them all.

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Metsovo

GREECE

Metsovo is still known for the production of two cheeses called Metzovones (PDO) and metsopelas. A significant part of the population is employed in the wood and milk industries (yoghurt, butter, graviera and kelograbrier) as well as crafts barrels, hives and folk art (woven, silver, wood carvings etc.). It is also famous for making wine with a well-known manufacturer of the vineyard of the Averof family.

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Bucharest

ROMANIA

As reported in Mercer's international surveys on quality of life in cities in the world, Bucharest ranked 94th in 2001 and fell to 108th in 2009 and 107th in 2010. Comparing in 2010 Vienna was 1st, Budapest 73nd and Sofia 114th . Mercer Human Resource Advisers each year publish a global ranking of the most viable cities in the world based on 39 key quality of life standards. These include political stability, exchange regulations, censorship in politics and the media, housing, the environment and public safety. Mercer collects worldwide data for 215 cities.
Lei (leu) (RON), 1 EURO = 4,52 RON

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Belgrade

SERBIA (slavic)

According to the 2011 census, the city has a population of 1,166,763, while Belgrade's urban area (including the neighboring urban centers of Borca, Otsa and Surtsin) has 1,233,796 inhabitants and the population of the metropolitan area (the administrative district of the City of The main ethnic groups are Serbs (1,505,448), Roma (27,325), Montenegrins (9,902), Yugoslavs (8,061), Croats (7,752), Slavic Macedonians (6,970) and ethnic Muslims (3.996).

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Constantinople

TURKEY

The currency of Turkey is the Turkish lira (TL). One Turkish pound is equivalent to approximately € 0.40 (you can find the equivalent of €, by dividing the amount of pounds by 2 and calculating slightly less than the result). Foreign exchange can be done at the exchange bureaus (Doviz Burosu) and in banks.

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Alexandroupolis

GREECE

Alexandroupolis existed in antiquity with the ancient name of Sali, which was founded by the Maronites. The modern city was founded in the middle of the 19th century by fishermen from the villages of Makris and Maroneia and became known as Dedeağaç (Turkish: Dedeağaç).

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Samarina

GREECE

The most famous village of Pindos, Samarina, is built at a height of 1500 meters on the eastern slopes of Smolikas. In the summer, its population reaches 5000 inhabitants! But in the rest of the year the only traces of life leave the chimneys of the very few hostels that almost heroically dare to work, even in the "white ... exclusion" of gravity!

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Athens

GREECE

Athens has been a travel destination since antiquity. Over the past decade, the city's infrastructure and social services have improved, partly because of its successful bid to host the 2004 Olympic Games. The Greek government, with the help of the EU, has funded major infrastructure projects such as the latest technology International Airport Eleftherios Venizelos, the extension of the Metro network and the new Motorway of Attiki Odos.

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Thessaloniki

GREECE

Thessaloniki enumerates monuments from the whole spectrum of historical time, with a multitude of Roman, Early Christian and Byzantine. A well-known monument and symbol of Thessaloniki is the White Tower. Other important monuments are the Roman Forum, the Arch of Galerius (Kamara) and its mausoleum (Rotunda-Agios Georgios), the church of Agios Dimitrios, its walls and numerous other Byzantine churches.

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Venice

ITALY

The historic cities of Italy are full of museums and monuments with a history that is lost in the depths of the centuries. Wherever you come to know that the Italians adhere to rules of conduct with reverence. So if you find yourself in the Vatican, the Colosseum (in Rome) or the Galleria degli Uffizi and Gallerie dell'Accademia (in Florence), remember that respecting the queue is inviolable. It is considered unacceptable to skip the queue. Also remember that if you want to avoid the phenomenon with endless queues, it is advisable either to book your ticket online or to visit them early in the morning or late afternoon. Especially in the case of the Vatican Museums, Tuesday and Thursday are the quietest days. Lastly, remember that museum schedules vary, but on Mondays many of them are closed and on Sundays in state museums the entrance every first Sunday of the month is free.

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