• Meteora, a unique geological phenomenon

Mount Athos and Meteora are the ideal places to visit, especially if you are into religious tourism. Meteora is a must-see place in Greece, as it is a unique geological phenomenon, located in central Greece, next to the city of Kalambaka. The huge natural rock towers found there are home to 14th-century cliff top monasteries built by Eastern Orthodox hermit monks who settled in the area in the ninth century and began living in the caves and fissures of the rocks. Meteora is one of the largest and most precipitously built complexes of Eastern Orthodox monasteries in Greece, included in the UNESCO World Heritage List. Today remain six monasteries out of the twenty built in the rocks of 400 and 600 meters high.


  • Thessaloniki - "Bride of the North"

Thessaloniki city tour is a must choice, as this is the second biggest town in Greece after Athens. It is often called the "bride of the north", since it is the capital of northern Greece and a very beautiful city. The city of Thessaloniki was founded in 315 BC by Kassander of Macedon. Due to its long history, the city is a combination of three cultures (Greek, Roman, and Byzantine). It is home to numerous notable monuments, historic buildings and squares, churches. The old and modern architecture coexist in a lively city with vibrant cultural life ready to captivate you! Every year, we help thousands of people organize their holidays in Greece and live an amazing travel experience.


  • Kerkini Lake, one of the most relevant birding sites

As the area is naturally a marshland, it is home to buffaloes and other wild life. This excursion will let you enjoy one of the most unknown and original regions of northern Greece. In the proximity of the lake you can enjoy a boat tour, rent a bike or make a horse ride. You can enjoy a long walking and stop at a local coffee shop or tavern to taste the local products, take beautiful pictures, and breathe unpolluted air. The natural beauty of the region, the high ecological significance of the lake and its contribution to the agricultural development of the surrounding valley are the reasons that make it worth visiting. Kerkini Lake is an artificial lake in north – eastern Greece, around 100 km. away from Thessaloniki, in a natural region most unspoiled and famous for its beautiful landscapes of forests and mountains, green planes and water streams. Through artificial, Kerkini Lake has turned into an important landmark where wildlife has been able to develop. Today this is one of the most relevant birding sites, as it is located along the migratory flyway from the Balkans to the Aegean Sea.


  • Day Trip to Aridea & Edessa

Edessa is a well-known city in Central Macedonia, Greece. Local people use to call it ‘The city of waters’. Its main attraction is the waterfalls, which are located in the centre of the city. The waterfalls of Edessa are the biggest ones in the Balkans. The huge trees surrounding the waterfalls, combined with the graphical bridges and the majestic view of the nature around, create a unique experience that explains why so many people every year visit them!


  • Kastoria, the capital of furriers

In Greece, near the city of Thessaloniki, there is the world-famous city of Kastoria, so named capital of furriers. Nowadays it works here Europe's largest exhibition and sale of fur «EDIKA», and every year in May there is held the International Exhibition of fur products. Of course you have the opportunity on these exhibitions and sales to choose a fur from a huge assortment, and buy it to pay several times less than the value that would have asked for it, for example, in Russia or in boutiques of Paris. Most importantly - the exhibition and sale offers impeccable quality of fur coats.


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