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Greek Taxi Service in Thessaloniki. For people who visit Thessaloniki Greece and help them discover it's history, culture, archaelogical sites, museums, restaurants, beaches and shopping areas. For business customers and travellers we offer taxi transfers from the airport to their hotels without any loss of time. We are at your disposal until you finish your business and drop you off wherever you need to go. We also organize private tours.
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(Lonely Planet Country Guide S.)
This is a guide to Greece that embraces its unusual attractions
such as the rock forests of Meterora and the tower settlement
of the Mani. There is a section that covers the art and architecture
of Greece, while offering an insight into contemporary Greece.
Up to date ferry information is also provided.
Greek Language and People Course Book (Language and People). Greek Language and People. An ideal introduction to the language and culture of Greece, Greek Language and People is an integrated multi-media course for beginners. As well as teaching the skills necessary to communicate in and understand basic Greek, it provides an accessible introduction to the written language, and enables you to read Greek with ease.
Greece, Athens and the Mainland (Eyewitness Travel Guides). Capture the essence of Greece, Athens and the Mainland from sun-drenched fishing villages to ancient ruins. Photos, illustrations, unique 3D models and birds-eye-view maps of all the major sites ensure you don't miss a thing. You can clue up on the basics, from the most comfortable places to stay, whatever your budget, to the best bars and restaurants, and discover where the locals go, enjoy relaxing entertainment, amazing sites and retail therapy, exciting sports, scenic walks or drives and thematic tours.
Rough Guide to the Greek Islands - 5th Edition
Tour Greece. The
Rough Guide to the Greek Islands is an essential guide to the
varied and beautiful archipelagos of the Aegean and Ionian seas.
The guide includes a 24-page Things not to Miss section, a full-colour
introduction to the islands' highlights. There is in-depth coverage
of all the islands, from hedonistic Ios in the Cyclades to tranquil
Symi in the Dodecanese. For all regions, there is up-to-the-minute
accommodation, restaurant and nightlife listings and practical
details on a host of activities, from windsurfing off Kos to
trekking on Crete. For those on the move, there is comprehansive
information on inter-island ferries and local transport and
maps and plans for every island group.
and the Dodecanese (Blue Guides)
This guide covers Rhodes, Astipalaia, Kalimnos, Karpathos, Kassos,
Kastellorizo, Khalki, Kos, Leros, Lipsi, Nisiros, Patmos, Simi
and Tilos. Walks and tours around each of the islands are featured
along with information on history, art and architecture, flora
and fauna, travel between the islands, hotels, restaurants and
local events. Highlights include the Lindos acropolis and the
impressive remains of the Knights of St John, Ottomans and Italians
on Rhodes; Simi's picturesque harbour and neo-classical architecture;
and the unusual landscape surrounding Nisiros' extinct volcano.
Mountains of Greece: The Pindos Mountains (Cicerone Mountain
Tour Greece. Most
of Greece is mountains, not the islands and seaside that many
visitors tend to think of. They are beautiful mountains, rugged,
undeveloped, remote and yet accessible. Alpine pastures soften
the harshness of the crags, forests fill the ravines, and springs
and rivers abound, a startling contrast to the baking lowlands.
There is a rich and rare variety of wild flowers and butterflies.
And what survives of the ancient pastoral way of life is full
of interest too. The first comprehensive guide to the Greek
mountains to appear in any language when first published in
1986, this book has been completely re-walked and rewritten
for this edition. Its backbone remains the traverse of the Pindos
range, but the guide also highlights several regions of special
interest that can provide one to two weeks' walking. Walking
the mountains of Greece is demanding rather than technically
difficult, and is culturally fascinating. These mountains are
well within the capabilities of a reasonably fit and committed
Greek Cook: Simple Seasonal Food
Greek cooks make wonderful use of the abundance of seasonal
ingredients, cooking only the freshest and best available. This
book is divided into four seasonal chapters, which include information
about popular ingredients, such as vine leaves, aubergines and
okra as well as dozens of other dishes.
Most Beautiful Villages of Greece and the Greek Islands (The
Most Beautiful Villages)
variety of village life in Greece and its islands springs from
a multitude of histories and influences. Yet the villages are
all, in their separate ways, an expression of Greekness, one
of the most durable ideals in history. This book captures the
most beautiful examples.
Seven Wonders Of Ancient Greece - Knossos And Delphi. Documentary which explores the Seven Ancient Wonders of Greece: the Theatre of Epidaurus, Olympia, Delphi, the Colossus of Rhodes, Santorini, The Palace of Knossos and the Parthenon.
Ancient Greece was the cradle of western civilization; its influence reverberates today in almost every sphere of life, from philosophy and politics to literature and art. This volume explores in almost 400 stunning colour photographs the best of its architecture, paintings, sculptures and brilliantly sophisticated pottery and metalwork. This superb overview of the extraordinary riches of Greek art encompasses every era, from the abstract purity of the Cycladic figurines and the perfection of the Classical period to the baroque of the Hellenistic era. The accessible and wide-ranging text begins in the Bronze Age with Minoan Crete, and proceeds through the glories of 5th-century Athens and the birth of democracy, to the feats of Alexander the Great and ultimately to Greece's conquest by Rome.
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