Time to Spring it Out.
Arranging a trip to Greece or anywhere in the world can be a very stressful and time consuming task. You need to find a hotel, book your flight, search for the best places to visit, check for the weather and currency rates.
Couples often feel that a pregnancy signals the end of a “couples only” time, of a romantic vacation or a spontaneous getaway just for the parents.
Greece is listed in the top 15 list of coffee consumption throughout the world despite its significantly small size compared to other countries. Drinking coffee in Greece is not only part of our everyday routine but more of a ritual, it is our time to relax, to read a book, play a set of backgammon, catch up with friends or simply sit back at any of the traditional cafes in Athens and watch the world go by. It is a vital part of our culture, our tradition and heritage as it goes back many generations.
In a land of Kings & Queens, Masters and Knights there could only be a great number of fortresses, castles, palaces and fortified towns counting to more than a thousand, rich with history, heritage and tradition.
If you find yourself wondering around the islands of Greece during February don’t be alarmed if you encounter a witch, a dragon or a fairy on your way. Most likely they will offer you candy or ask you to dance and join them at the celebrations of the Greek Carnival.
Greece is a country well known for its rich aquatic life, its natural underwater treasures and majestic seabed. It was only natural to combine its resources, technical expertise and long lasting heritage of marine life and introduce to the world the first large aquarium in Greece: CretAquarium.
Whether travelling to Greece for your honeymoon, for a family vacation, a business meeting or backpacking with friends, there is always someone back home that you wish you brought along, someone with whom you could share your most precious memories from this beloved country. Memories that you would like to capture forever!
Right next to the Greek Parliament and Syntagma square, in the bustling city center of Athens lies a verdant oasis of relaxation and repose that was commissioned by Queen Amalia in 1838 and soon became known as the Royal Garden. A gem of a garden reflecting the Greek national heritage and civilization from side to side.
Cycladia’s team wishes you a happy, prosperous, fulfilling and exciting New Year!
Best Wishes for a Cozy, Warm & Bright Christmas by Cycladia!
This year, make sure to treat your little ones to a very special Christmas, visit Santa’s village, meet the elves and enter a world of fairytales and magic.
Beer is one of the oldest and most widely consumed alcoholic beverages in existence. It was first discovered between the boarders of Egypt, Turkey, Iran and Iraq and was later passed on from city to city, from country to country and from continent to continent. Today beer is produced in many countries throughout the world including Ireland, New Zealand, Sweden, Italy, Norway, the Netherlands, Canada, Japan, Denmark, Germany, the United Kingdom, the United States, Belgium and to your surprise…Greece!
Are you wondering where to enjoy some of the most amazing ethnic dishes in the North Suburbs of Athens? Follow us as we head to the streets of Romania, Asia, Thailand, Japan, Mexico, Persia and Indonesia and prepare your culinary palates for an explosive journey of the senses.
We are all great fans of the Mediterranean cuisine and the mouthwatering Greek specialties but once in a while we would rather add an extra exotic touch to our meal. So, let’s all take an appetizing journey to the 10+8 most exotic restaurants in Athens!