Even though the island is small, it boasts a great number of sights and natural beauties. The island’s highlight is the famous Aphea Temple. It forms in fact an equilateral triangle with the Parthenon and the Temple of Poseidon at Sounion, the so-called “holy triangle” of the antiquity. Aegina town, the capital of the island, stands out for its well-preserved buildings. On the outskirts you can find charming little villages with distinctive traditional character.
Athens (Piraeus), Greece
Visit the capital of Modern and Ancient Greece and explore , the "Old City" of Athens, Plaka, with its neoclassical buildings and shops for gifts and souvenirs.
Climb the Acropolis hill, where the Parthenon Temple dominates, and enjoy the wonderful view. Also, take a trip along the beautiful Saronic Gulf - Cape Sounion and ancient Corinth, where you can sunbathe and admire thousand years of history.
Cesme is a coastal town and the administrative centre of the district of the same name in Turkey's westernmost end, on a promontory on the tip of the peninsula which also carries the same name and which extends inland to form a whole with the wider Karaburun Peninsula. It is a popular holiday resort and the district center, where two thirds of the district population is concentrated. Located 85 km west of İzmir is the largest metropolitan center in Turkey. There is a six-lane highway connecting the two cities. Has two neighboring districts, Karaburun to the north and Urla to the east, both of which are also part of İzmir Province. The name "Cesme" means "fountain" and possibly draws reference from the many Ottoman fountains scattered across the city.
Canakkale (Kepez), Turkey
Çanakkale is the second largest province in Turkey. It has shores on both the Asian and European sides of the Dardanelles Straight, which joins the Aegean and Black Sea.The city was called Hellespontos or Dardanelles in ancient times, and there has been evidence of a settlement in the Canakkale area since B.C. 3000. Near Canakkale is the historical city of Troy and the all area attracts many tourists, both Turkish and international.
Istanbul is not only the meeting point of Europe and Asia, but also the place where history meets the modern world. Mosques, racecourses, luxurious palaces of Old Istanbul and what remains of the Byzantine and Ottoman Empire, will go you back in time. Admire amazing cultural and sacred sites such as the Agia Sophia. Visit the Dolmabahce Palace and see how the sultans of the Ottoman Empire were living.
Santorini is a unique island of extraordinary beauty and rich culture going back to praehistoric ages
Perched high above the beaches with black sand and crystal sea waters, access to Fira town becomes in three ways - by cable car, donkey or on foot. Regardless the way you choose to get there, the amazing sight of whitewashed houses that hang on the edge of the cliff will enchant you. Visit the site of Akrotiri , one of the most important archaeological sites in the world, and have a sightseeing tour to this prehistoric settlement, a city like Pompeii. Do not miss the opportunity to visit a local "Bodega" in the stunning village of Oia at the top of the cliff.
Kavala is a picturesque city and one of the largest in nothern Greece. This is a place with a lot of history to show and many archaeological sites to visit. Especially, the castle of Kavala offers stunning views. A walk in the beautiful, narrow streets and the pretty port will stay unforgettable. The city exudes a special aura due to the recent past: the neoclassical buildings that have remained and the large warehouses retain the memory of a prosperous bourgeois. Numerous cafes, restaurants and bars are here to satisfy every visitor. Do not forget to mention the beautiful beaches. You will be surprised by the vivid atmosphere of this city.
Rhodes is a beutiful greek island, the largest of the Dodecanese islands, in the eastern Aegean Sea. Walk in the ancient walled city, built by the Knights of St. John in 1309, and discover the fantastic architecture of the city and the impressive restored Palace of the Grand Masters. Go for a ride by car to the ancient village of Lindos to enjoy the stunning scenery around the towering rock where stands the temple of Athena of Lindos.
Thessaloniki is a coastal city, the second largest city in Greece. Μodern and diverse, still remains warm and friendly. The city has a long history and rich cultural tradition. Visit archaeological and historical museums, churches, concert halls and theaters, make a walk along the coastal road and enjoy the rich nightlife of this magical city.
Volos is one of the major ports of Greece, built in Pagasitikos Bay, in Thessaly, near the site of ancient Iolkos at the foothills of Pelion. In the city of Volos there are several interesting sightseeings for visitors, who can enjoy a walk along the coastal road of the city, swim in one of the beaches round the city, or tour to the many attractions and museums.Some of these are the Archaeological Museum of Volos, that hosts fine prehistoric finds from the surroundings of the city (neolithic settlements of Sesklo and Dimini), the Museum of Industrial History, the Railroad Museum of Thessaly, the castle in the district of Palea, built in the 6th century B.C., where one can admire the Roman Baths.