Top 10 Positive Greek News Articles: Week of April 16-21

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Positive Greek News articles online

Lots of great stuff this week — it was hard to choose. Time for the Top 10 Positive Greek News articles this week!


Top 10 positive Greek news articles online


Top 10 Positive Greek News Articles this week: 


A Local’s Guide to the Most Stunning Spots in Greece

To the tourist, Greece may be best known for the antiquities of Athens, postcard-worthy scenes from Santorini, and the wild parties of Mykonos, but there’s so much more to the country than its immediate associations. Here’s where Greeks are traveling—and where they suggest you go, too. Read more


Taking Greece into the space age

The task at hand is to “build an agency from the bottom up” by uniting disparate state agencies under one new body, he explains. Read more


The Durrell effect in the Greek islands

The ITV series is helping to rekindle our love affair not only with Corfu, but Mykonos and Crete too. Read more


3 Days in Athens, Greece

Athens is far more than just your port of entry to a week spent island hopping. In the last few years, the Greek capital has enjoyed renewed status as a European arts capital. Read more


Greek Cookbook, Olive Oils Coming From Kyma Chef Pano Karatassos

Atlanta native and Kyma executive chef Pano I. Karatassos is releasing his first cookbook filled with recipes (and wine pairings) inspired by his upbringing and Greek background.  Read more


Booker-prize winning novelist Ian McEwan addresses Athens

Two days earlier, from April 23, Athens assumes the title of  “World Book Capital” for one year, and will roll out a richly stimulating calendar of public events centred around the written word. Read more



The craft beer is inspired by a well-known Greek beverage. Read more


Greek runner wins world’s coolest marathon

“Almost unbelievable. You know I’m a Greek guy so this is not the right place for me; it’s like an Eskimo running a race in the desert…” Read more


‘Café dreaming: Greek Café & Milk Bar Style’ exhibition opens

Curated by Effy Alexakis and Leonard Janiszewski, the collection captures the historical significance of the Greek café and milk bar culture from 1920-1960. Read more


14 Under-the-radar Islands for the Ultimate Romantic Honeymoon

When you’re choosing a honeymoon spot, you don’t need to decide between absorbing history and culture or laying on a beach. You can do both, especially if you choose one of these 14 islands. Which Greek island made the list? Read more


That’s it for this week! Check for a new list next Saturday!

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