It takes only a brief holiday in Greece to notice the plethora of tradition this country still hosts. That’s why it is always so fascinating and – at the same time – unsettling to get in touch with customs that have survived centuries. In the last week, in fact, I had the chance to learn […]
Looking for travel ideas for your Erasmus in Thessaloniki?For everyone who’s going to spend some months in this beautiful city, here’s a list of activities and adventures to collect for a fully enjoyable Erasmus-style experience! Hike on Mount Olympus Olympus is probably one of the most famous mountains in the world. Although hiking to the […]
If you are going to spend some time in Greece, be it for holiday, work, studies or anything else, here’s a list of things that will make you discover and enjoy the true Greek lifestyle! Go to taverna If you are living in Greece, going to taverna will become almost a ritual, not only to […]
Are you going for an Erasmus in Greece? Or have you been there in the past years? How many of these experiences do you think you will be / have been able to collect? Bargain a discount The status of Erasmus student/volunteer is tricky: you are not a local student, but you are not a […]
In this episode of Blonde in Greece, Agnieszka is taking us to Thassos. She will tell you all her tips to discover the island in a budget-friendly way!
Thessaloniki is the second well-known city of Greece, and hosts every year a lot of tourists. But beside the most classic see sight activities, there are many other interesting things to do in town. And no need for big money! Here is our suggestions for five affordable and unconventional things to do in the city. […]
Baklava Mag, a brand new youth magazine, a cultural bridge between Turkish and Greek youth, is looking for your support! Baklava Mag is getting prepared to welcome volunteers who are between 18 and 30 years old, with knowledge and interest in art, pop culture, languages, social relations, sports and global issues. It is going to […]
On a rainy Saturday morning, three unwary volunteers from Thessaloniki found themselves in Athens, willing to discover the beauties of the Hellenic Capital. But they hadn’t considered the stubborn rain that was also visiting the city that day. They found a pleasant surprise waiting for them at the Syntagma station: the exhibition “DEMOcrisis – Democracy in crisis”.
On the verge of a crucial electoral year for Greece, with the European and local elections taking place in May and the vote for the Parliament renewal coming in autumn, we tried to find out how the crisis affected the way Greeks look at politics, and their mood right before going to vote.
On the 8th of March it is International Women’s Day. Greece is still scoring low on the European Gender Equality Index. How can this day be used to change that? Find out more and find events organised around the day in this article!