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25 Incredible Greek street food dishes – the ultimate guide

The tastes and flavors of Greece are dished up in pitas, skewered, sliced up as pieces of pie, or rolled in leaves to provide bite-sized portions of traditional Greek foods served on the streets. Here is the ultimate guide to the best 25 greek street food dishes. 1. Souvlaki Souvlaki is the tastiest street food going! Souvlakia (the plural!) is Greece‘s answer to …

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Mykonos to Santorini Ferries and Flights [2021]

The Cyclades islands in Greece include two of the world’s most popular destinations: Mykonos and Santorini. Island hopping around the Aegean Sea is easy with the Ferry Hopper booking site, while flying is a quick way to make the most of your precious holiday time. Read on to find everything you need to create your perfect Greek island holiday itinerary. Santorini to Mykonos Ferry Route It’s about …

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Sublime and Tiny Amoudi Bay below Oia, Santorini

If the Greek sea god, Poseidon, was to take a lunch break, tiny Amoudi Bay is where he’d have a seafood lunch! On the Greek island of Santorini in the Aegean Sea is the northern village of Oia, perched high on the red cliffs. 300 wide-cut steps lead down from Oia to the tiny jeweled-colored fishing port of Amoudi (or Ammoudi) Bay. The Old Port of Santorini The absolutely charming port of Amoudi …

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10 Best Northern Ireland Landmarks for History and Culture

History and Culture of Northern Ireland: Best Landmarks More than just wild scenic beauty, Northern Ireland has a rich cultural history. Some of the world’s best travel writers have come up with a list of the top cultural and historical landmarks in Northern Ireland for you to visit on your next trip. From ancient ruins …

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Charming Pyrgos Santorini – 2021 guide to this traditional village

Up in the interior of Santorini is the hillside village of Pyrgos (Pyrgos Kallistis). Pyrgos sits just below Mount Profitis Ilias, the island’s highest point. It is Santorini’s highest settlement with panoramic views of the whole island. It’s also a well-preserved cultural village, with some of the most unspoiled remnants of traditional life on Santorini. How To Get To Pyrgos Pyrgos is …

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Village of Emporio Santorini: Complete Travel Guide 2021

Churches, towers, windmills, Venetian castles, bells, ancient houses and alleys, colorful doors, beautiful beaches, and excellent value accommodation – that’s Emporio Santorini!  Emporio feels far away from the sophisticated glamour of Oia and the caldera edge villages and towns. Emporio is where the locals live and the clever travelers stay. Read on to discover why Emporio is one of Santorini‘s best-kept secrets, what to do and see and …

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Why You Should Visit Megalochori Santorini

In the heart of Santorini is an old traditional village of white churches, pirate hideaways, stunning hotels, wonderful Aegean sea views, and narrow streets and alleys. A true hidden gem, Megalochori is close to excellent wineries, the ancient archaeological site of Akrotiri, the airport, and only a 10-minute drive to the capital, Fira. Read on to see the best things to see and do, and where to stay. How To Get …

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Vergina Greece: visit the royal Macedonian tombs

How to get to Vergina, Greece Nestled in the foothills of the Pierian Mountains in ancient Imathia, Vergina is in central Macedonia. It lies about 70 kilometers west of Greece’s second city, Thessaloniki. That’s just under an hour by hire car and only a little longer (and somewhat cheaper) by bus. Parking is available 500 meters away and then you …

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