EVENTS

Athens Street Food Festival 2019

10-11-12 17-18-19 24-25-26 MAY 2019

Like every May the last 3 years, this year’s Athens Street Food Festival will be the top cultural event in Athens! For nine days, the Old Depot of OSY in Gazi will be the meeting point for foodies, families, groups and tourists who want to taste the new “street” flavors from every corner of the … Continue reading Athens Street Food Festival 2019

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Stavros Niarchos Foundation presents a week full of music, dance, arts, and sports. The 8th SNF Conference and the 2nd SNF Agora Institute Workshop. The SNF RUN: Running into the Future. Kids and family activities,an impressive fireworks show,and much more! You know it’s summer when you can feel the warm sun on your face and … Continue reading Summer Nostos Festival

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Liven up your next Athens airport sortie with a journey of a different kind. An evocative exhibition of costumes, photographs and other colorful material from the archives of the National Theatre of Greece – the country’s premier theatrical institution – has been installed to lift you out of the everyday. You are in the birthplace … Continue reading DESTINATIONS: THE NATIONAL THEATRE OF GREECE

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Iggy Pop, the American performer also known as James Newell Osterberg Jr will perform live in Athens at day one of the Release Festival on the Faliro seafront in Athens in June. Iggy Pop has had an extensive career spanning more than five decades with his music crossing generations of rock lovers. He is known … Continue reading IGGY POP live in Athens

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They called him the “eternal teenager” and his iconic umbrellas forever transformed the waterfront of Greece’s second capital, Thessaloniki. Now, from the end of January until the end of May, you can enjoy the emblematic works of the famous Athenian sculptor George Zongolopoulos here in Athens as the Stavros Niarchos Foundation Cultural Centre stages the … Continue reading GEORGE ZONGOLOPOULOS: THE VISION OF A PUBLIC SCULPTURE

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The exhibition outlines the life of three Cretan cities, Aptera, Eleutherna, and Knossos, from their founding and development, to their abandonment and rediscovery, through recent archaeological investigation and excavation. Approximately 500 artifacts dating from the Neolithic (7th-6th millennium BC) to the Byzantine period (8th century AD), some newly discovered, others from old excavations, most of … Continue reading Crete.Emerging Cities: Artera, Eleutherna & Knosos

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