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While building the new Crete airport, a mystery stone building was unearthed

Archaeologists Unearth Mystery Stone Building While Building New Crete Airport

Currently, construction is ongoing for a new airport in Crete, Greece. While it is projected to be the second largest in the country, construction had to be paused after archaeologists made an amazing discovery. According to the archaeologists, the find is “extremely interesting” and likely dates back 4,000 years. Originally, this was to be the site of the airport’s...

Conde Nast recommends visiting the Cyclades in Greece during May

Best Places To Travel In May According To Conde Nast

May is likely the most perfect month to travel as the weather is usually good no matter where in the world you go. Meanwhile, whether traveling to the Northern or Southern Hemisphere, the crowds are less than in summer when families and their kids are traveling. Moreover, with it being between spring break and summer vacation, May is the ideal time to take a trip...

Norse Atlantic Airways

Norse Atlantic Airways To Fly New York JFK Direct To Athens This Year

If you’ve blown the travel budget over the holidays, but would still like to travel, Norse Atlantic Airways has a great deal coming up. The Oslo-based airline is spreading its wings (pun intended) and adding a new flight to Athens, Greece from New York JFK in May. What makes it even better, fares will start at just $249. Norse Atlantic Airways to launch new route in...

Visit Kythnos in the Cyclades of Greece

Visit The Lesser-Traveled Kythnos In The Cyclades Of Greece

Kythnos is a lesser-known island in the Cyclades of Greece, close to the coast of Attica. The south of the island is mostly uninhabited, but in the north, Merichas, the island’s harbor, Mesaria, its capital, Loutra and Dryopida are worth visiting. Throughout the island, the traditional blue and white architecture is seen, while the countryside has more than 350 small...

Emerald Azzurra

Emerald Cruises Offers Private Yacht Feel On Emerald Azzurra

If you want to cruise but are not keen on a massive, multi-deck ship, Emerald Cruises has the perfect answer. The cruise line’s Emerald Azzurra offers the feeling of sailing on a private yacht with a maximum of 100 guests. This means the ship is small enough to enter lesser-visited ports that the giant ships cannot access. It also means more destinations to visit...