Easter is coming, make a Greek Easter at home

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For many of us in the UK and Western Europe, Easter has become an excuse (as much as Christmas has) to over-indulge – especially in lots chocolatey goodness. Sometimes we seem to have forgotten that there is something a bit less ephemeral and bit more enduring behind those images of bunnies, chicks and chocolate eggs which fill the shops for months before hand. Like that other big Christian holiday a few months ago we celebrate with lots of traditions old and new, often not knowing where they come from or why we celebrate in the way we do.

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Luxury Sailing in Greece: Some Top Destinations

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2 sailing Luxury Sailing in Greece: Some Top Destinations

The Greek islands are the ideal destination for a luxurious sailing holiday, providing beautiful natural landscapes and some of Europe’s most unspoiled beaches. At the same time traditional and classical architectural landmarks are there to be explored, ancient wonders are around just about every corner and the islands’ cosmopolitan towns offer stylish nightlife to suit all tastes.

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Greek Easter

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Meteora Greek Easter

Easter is the greatest orthodox religious celebration and it is best celebrated in the Greek countryside and in villages, especially if the weather is mild. One of the most traditional Easter celebrations takes place in the village of Kastraki, underneath the monastery complex in the region of Thessaly.

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Traveling the Aegean

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Travel the Aegean with advice from Greek philosophers authors and poets

Over the millennia, pottery, precious metals and goods were all exchanged between the Greek mainland, the Cycladic islands, Crete, as well as Egypt, Northern Europe and Asia Minor. Each Greek harbor you visit has been a hub for countless generations of seafarers who, during their travels, exchanged not only their merchandise, but their culture and identity.

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Agro tourism: A staple of European tourism.

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Olives Agro tourism: A staple of European tourism.

Over the past few years, agrotourism has been changing the relationship between the Greek tourism industry and the increasingly sophisticated traveler. The result is that both sides are turning their back on the dubious touristy symbolism behind flaming cheeses and dancing Evzones (traditional Greek guards). Instead, authentic Greek agrarian heritage and traditions are now being brought into the experiential mainstream.

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Top 5 Places To Visit In Greece

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The ancient republic of Greece was known by its erstwhile name Hellas in ancient times. Greece is considered to be the country of origin of all the western civilization, democracy, and all western philosophy, literature, performing arts and mathematical principles. Greece is also the birthplace for the Olympic Games and has a culture and history like no other country in the world. It is known to be the home to the world’s first advanced civilization and was the birthplace of the greatest of kingdoms of the ancient world. Today Greece is a developed country and is characterized by the people’s high standard of living. It is one of the major tourist destinations in the world and is literally the place where the idea of cultural exchange originated. Here are the top 5 places you must visit in Greece to get the best of its ancient culture and history.

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