Corfu is considered to be one of the most attractive islands of the Mediterranean. It is the northernmost island in the Ionian Sea and the closest to Italy is the point of Greece. Many conquerors wanted to rule over the amazing land of the Greek gods, and the great creators sang in their works the amazing beauty of the island.
Surviving the reigns of various conquerors of Corfu, they absorbed the traditions, lifestyle and diversity of cultures that at various times flourished on the island, and partially reached our days. Continue reading
In the southern part of the Aegean Sea lies a scattering of more than 200 islands of the Cyclades Archipelago. The names of some of them are widely known, the fate of the majority – either to remain in the shadow of the famous neighboring islands, or to remain in complete tourist oblivion. Surely, each of us at least once dreamed of finding himself on a distant Greek island, where the traditional way of life was preserved, and there are no crowds of tourists polishing the cool marble of boutique streets. Continue reading
Ancient Athens with its world-famous Acropolis and the Temple of Olympian Zeus make an unforgettable impression even on a previously prepared traveler. Want to relax beautifully and with luxury? Athens is the place where the heritage of ancestors and modern high-class service intertwined in a bizarre combination.
Not sure how to get to Athens? Nothing could be simpler – S7 Airlines, a member of the oneworld® global aviation alliance, opened regular flights from Moscow to the capital of Greece. Continue reading
There is something strange in the islands, devoid of mountains. In the absence of a heavy stone outfit, they either try to hide their nakedness behind a lush green tropical outfit, or with the help of human hands hit the guests with architectural delights designed to replace natural beauty. But can anything compare to this natural power, the reliability of which you feel with your back, standing on the shore and looking at the horizon line separating the sky and the sea? Continue reading
A “fasten seat belt” light came on above the seats, and a few minutes later the liner emerged from the impenetrable shroud. A land appeared, above which clouds hung in shreds of white cotton. Scattered upward, they looked more like smoke from campfires — as if in each flap of an unevenly cut blanket the open fires were simultaneously extinguished. The chassis, touching the ground, as if in syllables, squealed with brakes: “Sa-lo-ni-ki.” The reverse buzzed and the plane rolled smoothly along the strip towards the airport … Continue reading