What happens in Thessaloniki, doesn’t necessarily stay in Thessaloniki — because Ergon House, one of that city’s most fabled purveyors … Continue reading World’s Finest Foodie Hotel Opens in Athens Greece
Here’s a little secret the tourism establishment won’t tell you: the Mediterranean is sort of awful in winter. From Tel … Continue reading Steam Heat: Where to Take off Your Clothes and Get Roasted Like a Gyro in Athens
In case you needed a little refresher course in what American cultural imperialism looks like, all you gotta do is … Continue reading On the cultural imperialism of Lindsay Lohan’s Beach Club (the $how, that is)
Forget London…and New York, Tel Aviv and Rio: a travel website based on earth took a magnifying glass to the … Continue reading New study shows the world’s best party city is (what?) Athens
What? That’s right: Santorini’s infamously sardine-can sized little airport is set to triple in size, from the current 4,500 square meters to 15,600 square meters. So says Giorgos Vilos, the commercial and corporate development director at Fraport, the (oddly, really) German-led entity that operates 14 airports around Greece. Not reported is that the tiny island — just 30 square miles, or slightly larger than Manhattan … Continue reading #Overtourism Overdrive: Santorini’s Airport Set to Triple in Size
Swiftly following on the heels of an Israeli security operation inside the Gaza Strip late Sunday night in which a … Continue reading It’s not war, it’s just the Middle East: Tel Aviv flight patterns again altered due to risk of rocket fire
#AREYOUBEINGSCREWED? It has recently come to our attention that a traveler forked over $600 to spend one night at the … Continue reading This “Micro” Hotel Room in New York City Could Cost You $721…For One Night!