FLY ME TO THE MOON TRAVEL Newsletter Volume 93

    Dear Traveler, As February unfolds its wintry charm, we find ourselves on the cusp of a month that beckons us to embrace the elegance of winter in Greece. This month’s newsletter “Slopes and Sea in Sunny Greece” invites you to step into a world where pristine slopes, charming mountain villages, hearty cuisine and boutique accommodations converge to

    Ski & Sea – A Spectacular Winter Holiday in Greece

    Greece is a surprisingly fabulous mountain destination, combining the best of the classic ski holiday, enchanting traditional villages and, of course, the ever-present sea. The Greek mountain experience is truly magical - in addition to the stunning landscapes and winter sports offerings, this is also a true taste of Greece. Greece’s mountains remain something of

    FLY ME TO THE MOON TRAVEL Newsletter Volume 92

    Dear Traveler,   As the dawn of January graces us with its tranquil glow, we extend our warmest New Year’s wishes to each of you. May this month be a canvas of new beginnings, aspirations, and cultural explorations. In the spirit of fresh starts, our “Inspiration journey” newsletter  embarks on a fascinating exploration of Greek Christmas and

    Happy Holidays from Greece

    As we prepare to enter the New Year, we often think with anticipation of our plans for the months to unfold, the destinations we will visit, the experiences we will enjoy. Greece is endlessly rich in travel inspiration, whatever your taste in travel may be. Island Experiences We very often think of Summer as the

    Christmas Caroling in Greece

    Christmas in Greece is a very beautiful season. Linking three holidays, the Christmas season is joyous and quite long. Caroling is one of the highlights. The Long Holiday Season in Greece The Holiday mood begins truly in early December, as people decorate their homes and apartments, and municipalities put out many lights and trees. Tree-lighting

    FLY ME TO THE MOON TRAVEL Newsletter Volume 91

    Dear Traveler, As December unfolds its wintry embrace, we find ourselves at the threshold of a month that beckons us to explore the timeless values and linguistic marvels rooted in the cradle of civilization—ancient Greece. In this month’s newsletter – “Reproducing ancient Greek values” we embark on a cultural odyssey, unraveling the threads of ancient Greek philosophy,

    The “Polis” – Etymology, Civilization, and Ancient Greece

    The Ancient Greek world has much to teach us still. The highest good, the ultimate virtue in ancient Greek society was civic engagement - contributing to the common good of the city and of society at large. For example, the wealthiest of the citizens were expected to fund the building of “triremes” battleships to protect

    The Inspiring Story of the Marathon

    During the Autumn months, festive and ambitious races of amateur and professional runners take place in cities large and small. The Marathon is now a beloved tradition, a celebration of athletics, dedication, and human achievement. But how did it get its name? And why the unusual yet quite specific - 42.195 kilometers (or 26 miles

    FLY ME TO THE MOON TRAVEL Newsletter Volume 90

    Dear Traveler, As we step into the enchanting month of November, we’re embarking on a journey that delves deep into the geological treasures of Greece. While this month traditionally signals the approach of winter, it’s also an ideal time to spotlight the wealth of Greek marble and mineral quarries, which have shaped not only the

    Greece’s Mineral Quarries of Antiquity

    Greece’s mineral wealth has contributed enormously to its economy and history. It also contributed to culture: ancient coins, vessels, and jewelry are among the precious objects that remain, testaments to both craftsmanship and economic might. And not least, Greece’s mineral wealth contributed to the ancient Greece’s strength as a naval power, shaping its destiny. Greek