Designed by London based architect Andy Martin & Associates, the Asian Chan restaurant of The Met Hotel is the best choice in Thessaloniki for a tasty Sushi with excellent quality.
Carnival has begun and many European and Latin-American countries have already started dancing with the rhythm of Samba, but there are some countries that instead of dancing samba, dress up and parade with the loud rhythm of the bells in order to exorcise the bad demons that affect the fertility of nature.Continue Reading
Is there a person in this world who doesn’t like chocolate? An interesting Chocolate Museum oppened in Thessaloniki and offers to chocoholics an unprecedented journey through space, time and their ‘absolute dream’.Continue Reading
Due to the worsening economic situation there has been an increase of incidents of racist violence in Greece over the last 18 months.
The neo-fascist party Golden Dawn is becoming more and more popular in Greece. It is now essential to do something about that. The theater team that I participate took part in the anti racist demonstration that took part in February 2013 in Thessaloniki.
We improvised in the play; 4 of us mixed with the crowd representing victims of racism and the rest 2 members were acting as racists. They were looking for us in the crowd swearing and screaming, grabbing and throwing us in front of the crowd.Continue Reading
One of the restaurants with unique gourmet dishes is the 7 Thalasses (“7 seas” as translated from Greek) restaurant. It was selected and recommended by Louis Vuitton Cities Guide and now I know the reason…
It’s not awesome only because of it’s special and unique dishes but also because of the sea inspired luxury interior design.Continue Reading
Thessaloniki is the capital of Macedonia, a historical region in northern Greece founded around 315 BC by Cassander, the King of Macedon. Cassander named the new city after his wife Thessalonica, the sister of Alexander the Great. Her father, Philip II of Macedon, had given her that name to commemorate his victory (nike) over the Thessalians. “Thessaly”+ “Nike (victory)”Continue Reading