Strikes & Work stoppages in Greece UPDATED!

 

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Before publishing any announcement about strikes in Greece and sending you the updates, we refer 24/7 to all the official media, news agencies, transportation sites, union websites/announcements, Greek and English speaking newspapers, major television and radio news, always double checking each announcement so that you get the most reliable, accurate  and to the last minute updated information.

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and http://www.enetenglish.gr/ (in English), TV news agencies megaTV and skai TV, major radio stations like Skai radio, Athina 9,84, Real FM and Vima FM, Internet websites:  http://www.athenstransport.com/ for which we get all transpotation news,  http://www.oasa.gr/ and http://www.apergia.gr/ (all in Greek), and many more.

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FORTHCOMING STRIKES

(as announced so far)

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LATEST UPDATE 15 JUNE 2021,  at 23:30

STRIKES of Wednesday June 16th, IN AN NUTSHELL:

NEW ANNOUNCEMENT @ 23:30. STAY TUNED !!!   This is the LATEST UPDATE:  Bear in mind that the duration and the starting times of the strikes/ work stoppages  have changed many times due to the ongoing Panhellenic exams of the high school students. We will keep you informed of any changes. 

  • GSEE (Private Sector Workers Union): work stoppage from 13:00 to 17:00

  •  ADEDY (Public Sector Workers Union): 24- hours strike

  •  All ferries will remain docked at the country’s ports for 24-hours.

  •  STASY, Urban Rail Transport (Unions): 

  • the Metro Blue and Red Lines:  work stoppage from 10:00 to the end of the shift.                          

  • The Electrical Railways Green Line and The Tram, announced a work stoppage from 10:00 to the end of the shift. 

  • The Buses and Trolleys work stoppage from 13:00 to 17:00, the same for the X-Buses from the city centre and Piraeus to/from the Airport

  • OSE train & the SUBURBAN (Proastiakos): Work stoppage from 12:00 to 16:00

Due to the Attiko Metro 24- hour strike  and the OSE Suburban Train (work stoppage from 12:00 to 16:00)  to reach the Athens International Airport/Athens Centre from the Airport during the hours of the strike will be by the X- BUSES which will be working from 13:00 to 17:00, OR by TAXI. 

Please check out the “Strikes Day by Day” section further down for details.

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CANCELLED & RESCEDULED FLIGHTS

 Please contact Aegean Air at:  Reservations: 801-1120000, 210-6261000
Airport: 210-3530101, 210-3534289-– 92  

Customers are kindly advised to check the latest flight details by visiting the official website of AEGEAN www.aegeanair.com and Olympic Air www.olympicair.com or by calling:

AEGEAN:
From Greece: 801 11 20000
From abroad or mobile: + 30 210 6261000

OLYMPIC AIR:
From Greece: 801 801 0101
From abroad or mobile: + 30 210 3550500

info: 8018010101 (if you are calling from α landline) and +302103550500 (if you are calling from α cell phone or from abroad) click on: YOUR AIRLINE

 

  • Our website www.livinlovin.gr and Facebook Page www.facebook.com/livinlovinathens will be constantly updated as more information comes in. 

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TRAINOSE (Hellenic Railways Organization) & SUBURBAN (Proastiakos) MAP:

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Alternatively to/from the Athens Airport you can use: LINK

The Suburban Railway

X-BUSES

As an alternative to/from the Athens Airport you can use the X-Buses Click HERE for the timetable, itineraries and info. 

TAXIS

Or TAXIS Click for the Official ATHENS AIRPORT TAXI Website (all fares, itineraries, durations, etc)

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Bear in mind 1. that the EXPRESS (X) BUSES TO ATHENS AIRPORT:

  During the Blue Buses strike, all buses (including the Express Buses to/from the Athens Airport) are affected. A 24- hour strike is from 00:01 to 00:59 

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Bear in mind 2. that in case of a strike of the OSE & PROASTIAKOS (Suburban) trains the Metro Blue Line 3 goes as far as Doukissis Plakendias metro station and NOT to the Athens International Airport. 

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Bare in Mind 3. In case of a strike of the Suburban Railways, you can use the X-Buses to/from the Athens Airport. Click HERE for info. 

 

You can be sure you get the most reliable, accurate  and to the last minute updated information.

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Alternatively to/from the Athens Airport you can use Click on the link:

How to transfer between the Athens Airport – Piraeus port – and the city

Credits to: athenstransport.com

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Athens Transport information in English

 https://www.athenstransport.com/english/

 

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Please check out “Day by Day” section below. Info will be updated as soon as it comes out

Many thanks to Athens Transport – Μέσα Μαζικής Μεταφοράς της Αθήνας for the info during 2017, and we are looking forward to their contribution in the NEW YEAR !!!

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In case of a strike of the EEEKE (Air Traffic Controllers’ Association of Greece_),

customers are kindly advised to check the latest flight details by visiting the official website of AEGEAN www.aegeanair.com and Olympic Air www.olympicair.com or by calling:

AEGEAN:
From Greece: 801 11 20000
From abroad or mobile: + 30 210 6261000

OLYMPIC AIR:
From Greece: 801 801 0101
From abroad or mobile: + 30 210 3550500

info: 8018010101 (if you are calling from α landline) and +302103550500 (if you are calling from α cell phone or from abroad) click on: YOUR AIRLINE

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For INFO about how to get to and from the Athens Airport (including X BUSES), to Athens centre, to Piraeus, etc CLICK HERE.

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INFO about the X BUSES to /from the airport, routes, timetables etc, click on: Athens Airport Bus

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Bear in mind. EXPRESS BUSES TO ATHENS AIRPORT:

  During the Blue Buses strike, all buses (including the Express Buses to the Athens Airport) are affected.

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(*) Bear in mind that in case of a strike of the OSE & PROASTIAKOS (Suburban) trains the Metro Blue Line 3 goes as far as Doukissis Plakendias metro station and NOT to the Athens International Airport. Click on the link:

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(**)Bear in mind that TrainsBuses and Trolleys will begin withdrawing from service at least one hour earlier and will not be back in service until (at least) an hour after the end of strike/ work stoppage

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 EXPRESS BUSES TO ATHENS AIRPORT:

FYI:  during the Blue Buses work stoppage or strike, all buses (including the Express X-Buses to the Athens Airport) are affected.

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 STRIKES DAY by DAY

(as announced so far)

 

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 M O N D A Y  14/06/21

 

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TAXIS: working as usual 

 

am5 (1)ATTIKO METRO (Blue & Red lines): working as usual

 

ELECTRIC RAILWAYS (Green line): working as usual

 

BLUE BUSES: working as usual

 

TROLLEY BUSES: working as usual

 

TRAM: working as usual

 

PROASTIAKOS (Suburban), & TrainOSE (Hellenic Railways Organization): working as usual

 

 

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T U E S D A Y  15/06/21

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TAXIS: working as usual 

 

am5 (1)ATTIKO METRO (Blue & Red lines): (lines 2 and 3): working as usual

ELECTRIC RAILWAYS (Green line) working as usual

BLUE BUSES:   working as usual

TROLLEY BUSES: working as usual

TRAM:  working as usual

PROASTIAKOS (Suburban), & TrainOSE (Hellenic Railways Organization):  working as usual

 

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W E D N E S D A Y  16/06/21

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LATEST UPDATE 15 JUNE 2021,  at 23:30

NEW ANNOUNCEMENT @ 23:30. STAY TUNED !!!   This is the LATEST UPDATE:  Bear in mind that the duration and the starting times of the strikes/ work stoppages  have changed many times due to the ongoing Panhellenic exams of the high school students. We will keep you informed of any changes. 

Due to the Attiko Metro ( work stoppage from 10:00 to the end of the shift) and the OSE Suburban Train (work stoppage from 12:00 to 16:00) to reach the Athens International Airport/Athens Centre from the Airport during the hours of the strike will be by the X- BUSES which will be working from 13:00 to 17:00, OR by TAXI. 

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A 24-hour strike in all ship categories,  has also been announced by

PENEN Union. All ferries will remain docked at the country’s ports for 24-hours

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  • GSEE (Private Sector Workers Union): work stoppage from 13:00 to 17;00

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ADEDY (Public Sector Workers Union): has announced a 24-hour Panhellenic strike . That affects you if you have dealings with: tax offices, court houses, post offices, public schools, state hospital doctors, Citizens’ Information Centre (KEP), OAED, etc, or if you are planning to visit a  Public-run museum. (not all of them), private museums (NAM, Benaki museum, etc), unaffected.

 

taxi12TAXIS: will be working as usual 

 

ATTIKO METRO (Blue & Red lines): work stoppage from 10:00 to the end of the shift.  No Metro connection to the Athens Airport during these hours

 

 ELECTRIC RAILWAYS(Green line): Work stoppage from 10:00 to the end of the shift.

 

BLUE BUSES:  work stoppage from 13:00 to 17:00

 

TROLLEY BUSES:  work stoppage from 13:00 to 17:00

 

TRAM: Work stoppage from 10:00 to the end of the shift.

 

PROASTIAKOS (Suburban) & TrainOSE (Hellenic Railways Organization):  work stoppage from 12:00 to 16:00

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T H U R S D A Y  17/06/21

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TAXIS: will be working as usual.

 

ATTIKO METRO (Line 3 Blue & 2 Red ):   will be working as usual

 

ELECTRIC RAILWAYS (Green Line 1): will be working as usual

 

BLUE BUSESwill be working as usual

 

TROLLEY BUSESwill be working as usual

 

TRAMwill be working as usual

 

PROASTIAKOS (Suburban), & TrainOSE (Hellenic Railways Organization):        will be working as usual

 

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F R I D A Y  18/06/21

 

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TAXIS: will be working as usual

 

ATTIKO METRO (Blue & Red lines): will be working as usual

 

ELECTRIC RAILWAYS (Green Line): working as usual

 

BLUE BUSES: will be working as usual  

 

TROLLEY BUSES:  will be working as usual 

 

TRAM: working as usual

 

PROASTIAKOS (Suburban), & TrainOSE (Hellenic Railways Organization):

working as usual

 

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S A T U R D A Y  19/06/21

 

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TAXIS: working as usual 

 

am5 (1)ATTIKO METRO (Blue & Red lines): working as usual

 

ELECTRIC RAILWAYS (Green line): working as usual

 

BLUE BUSES: working as usual

 

TROLLEY BUSES: working as usual

 

TRAM: working as usual

 

PROASTIAKOS (Suburban), & TrainOSE (Hellenic Railways Organization): working as usual

 

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S U N D A Y  20/06/21

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TAXIS: working as usual 

 

am5 (1)ATTIKO METRO (Blue & Red lines): working as usual

 

ELECTRIC RAILWAYS (Green line): working as usual

 

BLUE BUSES: working as usual

 

TROLLEY BUSES: working as usual

 

TRAM: working as usual

 

PROASTIAKOS (Suburban), & TrainOSE (Hellenic Railways Organization): working as usual

 

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Airport EXPRESS Bus Connections

To and from the Athens International Airport

www.athenstransport.gr

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Carnival in Greece: GAITANAKI (dance)

GAΪTANAKI
by Valentina Velikova

Gaitanaki is a traditional Greek dance that we dance during the carnival. It is a colourful and funny dance!

We need 13 people for this dance! One person is holding a wooden pole with 12 ribbons hanging from its top. The ribbons have different colours and every person is holding a ribbon.

When the music begins, the dancers move towards the pole, go under the other dancer’s ribbon, move far from the pole and then towards the pole again! A colourful braid is created on the pole when the dance finishes.

This dance is a symbol of the circle of life. We move from happiness to sadness, from winter to spring, from life to death and the opposite!

text source/read more

KYRA SARAKOSTI · The Season of Lent

text and photo by: http://familyexperiencesblog.com

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She has seven feet and wears a long dress. She has no mouth, no ears and her hands are folded. In her hair she carries a cross. She is made of dough or paper. Who is this mysterious figure? She is called Kyra Sarakosti !

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I first met her when my daughter brought her home from Kindergarten a couple of years ago. In her Greek class she had made a Kyra Sarakosti, translated Lady Lent. Traditionally Kyra Sarakosti is crafted on Clean Monday.

Lady Lent has seven feet. They represent the seven weeks of Lent. Each passing week, on each Saturday, children get to break off one foot. This is a great visual way to countdown the weeks until Easter.

After the last foot is cut off, it is tradition to place this foot in a bowl with fruits and nuts and whoever finds it receives a special blessing.

 

Lady Lent has no mouth. The missing mouth symbolizes fasting. No consumption of meat, dairy products or eggs. She has no ears, this means that she refuses to listen to gossip. Her cross represents the easter religious services in church, her hands are folded for prayer.

 

Read more/bake your own Lady Lent @ familyexperiencesblog.com

The Greek Lenten Table

Several years ago, I spent the night before «Clean Monday», as Greeks call the first day of Lent, baking the traditional Lenten flatbread lagana with a local Athenian baker. Even though he went about his business methodically and professionally, turning out more than a thousand or so loaves, he didn’t fail to observe all the traditions of th fast. Indeed, he was a part of those traditions, for lagana, which traces its roots to the flat grilled porridges of the ancient Greeks, is the lenten bread par excellence.

Byzantine hymns wailed softly in the background as his assistant cut off quarter-kilo rounds of dough. The baker took each piece, slapped it onto his floured work table and proceeded to roll it into perfect ovals with a special studded rolling pin. Every half hour or so he walked over to a counter at the back of the bakedry where he had his evening meal laid out: a container with taramosalata, the Greek fish roe spread, which he ate with fresh tender stalks of young garlic; small pickled green peppers; a small plate of mixed pickled vegetables and olives; a few pieces of rice-stuffed squid and some octopus preserved in vinegar brine. A wedge of halva lay on its side, waiting for the baker to sprinkle some lemon juice over it and wash it down with some retsina. In that small array of dishes, I realized, the whole philosophy of the Greek Lenten table was apparent.

Thinking of Lent as a period of culinary significance might seem ironic–after all the Fast is meant as a period of spiritual and physical cleansing. Yet, some of the best fare in all of Greek cooking are the dishes culled from the tradition of abstention, from the 40 day period before Easter when one shuns all animal products. Until just a few decades ago, the majority of Greeks abided by the dictates of the religious calendar, fasting not only before Easter but before many other major holidays, so that they actually kept off meat and dairy products for nearly half the year. As a result, a whole culinary repertory evolved that is a mirror of the ingenuity of home cooks who relied on the bounty of the season to provide filling, nutritious meals. Greek Lenten recipes are delicious!

SOURCE/READ MORE: http://dianekochilas.com/2298/the-greek-lenten-table

 

 

 

Carnival or Apokries in Greece


WHAT ARE THESE COWBOYS AND WITCHES DOING AROUND ATHENS?

No, don’t worry, we haven’t lost our national character or costumes, it’s Carnival or Apokries in Greece, a feast  of fun celebrated all over the country with masquerade and parties.

This festival dates back to Dionyssus, the ancient Greek god of wine and fun and it was meant to worship him  as well as to help the earth put forth shoots-hence the various leaping dances and the various kinds of disguise in order to please harmful spirits. In ancient Greece this festival took place in early spring, today it’s celebrated 40 days before Easter, so we can see that this ceremony has been incorporated into the Christian religion.
The name APOKRIES means “abstention from meat” , because  after that starts the period of Lent that goes on till Easter.
The characteristic of Carnival is disguising and wearing masks. Can you see what the masks remind you of?  YES ! The clay masks worn by actors in ancient Greek theatre. The costumes and disguises offered-and still do- anonymity and freedom of expression.
Apokries is celebrated all over Greece, with feasts that can’t always be described as ‘decent”- in memory of Dionyssus and his followers, who worshiped the phallus and fertility. The songs sung again cannot be described as “decent”, and if you go I hope your Greek is not enough to help you understand the lyrics !!!
This year  the beginning of Carnival or Triodion was on the 21st February – by Tiodion we mean, the beginning of the 3-week Carnival Season which ends on Clean Monday (Kathara Deftera) 15/03/21, the beginning of Lent before Easter.  In between is  TSIKNOPEMPTI,  a very interesting feast, a Thursday when everyone eats meat (04/03). Tsiknopempti  is supposed to be the last meat-eating until Easter (02/05, this year).
The end of Carnival is marked by KATHARI DEFTERA, “Clean Monday”, 15/03 this year, and a long weekend .This Monday is “clean” because we get really serious about not eating meat and going healthy and we eat seafood, pickles, laganes ( a kind of flat round bread) and tarama (a dip made of fish eggs), all that accompanied by wine-that’s when we forget about being serious!
We also fly kites! Preferably in places without electricity wires above, hoping to get the right wind and trying to hush kids up when they go “:But I thought the kite was for ME, daddy, not for you and your friends !!!” NOTE THAT Kite flying will be allowed this Kathari Deftera, only in areas walking distance from your residence.
With that we leave you, hoping you will enjoy Kathari Deftera in Greece and come back with your experiences from this cheerful holiday !!!
photos are from Karnavali of Patras, the Carnival parade ! (from their official cite)

Martis or Martia

 


Dearest friends,

This little bracelet is called MARTIS or MARTIA and mothers used to make it for their children-now we make it ourselves-to protect them from the first hot sun of spring.

The MARTIS bracelet custom dates back into time, as you can imagine-everything here does, right? – and was found in the Elefsinian rituals, Its name was KROKI and it was a bracelet worn by the priestesses of the temple in Elefsina around their right hand and left foot.

You are supposed to wear it during the whole month and then, when the first swallows are back, you hang it on your rose bushes so that the swallows take them to build their nests.
If you don’t have rose bushes, hang it somewhere for the swallows to see.

Do you like mine ? 

An Ancient Greek eye on Meteorology

To everyone’s delight, the Αlkyonides days have come again this year!

We can see you wondering: the what???

The alkyonides days, the days of spring in the heart of winter. These days usually last from 15 December to 15 February and they visit Greece every year, with few exceptions,  ie. 1947.

Do you know the myth about them? Alkyoni was  daughter of Aiolos, God of the winds,  and was married to Kiykos. They were so happily married and so much in love that they called each other Zeus and Hera. The real Zeus and Hera felt deeply offended by the sacrilege and decided to punish them severely. So they transformed Kiykos into a bird, a vulcher. Alkyoni searched for her beloved husband everywhere, but couldn’t find him anywhere. She cried and cried until the Gods decided to transform her into a bird as well,  alkyoni. The problem was that alkyoni is the only sea-bird that lays and hatches its eggs in mid-winter. As a result of that, the waves carried them away and she was left in despair. The gods then, touched by her misfortune and misery, decided to cease the bad weather for two weeks to give alkyoni time to reproduce.  So,  as we can all see, there are some days of spring in the heart of winter which give us the opportunity to … hatch our eggs, take them out in the sunshine, admire them as they are riding their bikes while we are enjoying the heightened temperatures for the season.

(this is one of quite a few versions)

Greece Launches 112 Emergency Number

 

Greece’s General Secretariat for Civil Protection launched this week the single European emergency 112 phone number, which operates on a 24-hour basis, seven days a week and aims to warn residents and visitors of potential dangers, including wildfires.

Currently in pilot phase operating out of two crisis management centers, the European emergency number program will run through to year’s end via SMS messaging with authorities set to announce its full implementation – to also include Advanced Mobile Location (AML) technology to receive location information from mobile phones (already in application elsewhere in Europe) – in the coming period.

At the same time, the Civil Protection authority will be launching an awareness-raising campaign on ways to link up via app to the warning HQs.

Hundreds of visitors to Greece and locals received warning messages over the weekend in view of high risk of forest fires.

It should be noted that citizens and visitors can and should call (for free) 112 for help or in case of emergency as well as to report fires.

The 112 number can be dialed for free in any EU country to contact emergency services.

Speaking on SKAI television, Digital Governance Minister Kyriakos Pierrakakis confirmed that the 112 program will be finalized and in full application by the beginning of next year, adding that once completed it will be able to send messages to all phones. Currently, the system cannot offer Cell Broadcast – ie sending messages to multiple mobile telephone users in a defined area at the same time.

Source: GTP.GR/HEADLINES

Commentaires de nos amis Francophones

Kalispera,
Merci beaucoup pour cette très belle journée.
Nous sommes sur les genoux mais le cœur plein de bonheur et de très bons souvenirs.
Si tous les Grecs sont comme vous, gentils, souriants et évidemment très professionnels, votre pays doit être un avant goût des champs Élysées
Bisous
Muriel, Mario, Andrea, Rafaele et Antonella

 

Merci beaucoup Katerina pour cette journée magique. Tu nous as fait découvrir des endroits magnifiques, et partager ton amour pour cette belle ville d Athènes. Bonne continuation. Jerome

 

Catherine parle d’or. L’histoire n’est plus. On vit avec elle le passé au présent et le présent au
passé : des heures anciennes au siècle de Périclès, puis des passages des romains aux
ambitions d’Hadrien, des siècles où Athènes s’endort à ceux où elle se rebiffe, des années où
on l’humilie à celles où elle se reconstruit. On suit Catherine en pleine confiance dans les
ruelles qui remontent vers les murailles : en pénétrant les jardins secrets et les maisons
modestes des bâtisseurs du quartier de Plaka ; en apostrophant les moines souriants d’un
minuscule couvent caché sous les figuiers ; en débusquant au coin des rues et au pied des
murs fresques et pierres oubliées de la grande histoire ; en distinguant les musiques grecques
les unes des autres. On en oublie la grande ville blanche qui s’étire à nos pieds jusqu’à la mer.
Le charme que Catherine veut et arrive à nous faire partager, c’est le charme de l’inattendu, du
paradoxal. Quelque chose de différent du codé et de l’organisé. Quelque chose qui a la logique
de l’illogique : celle d’une démocratie qui se construit en 1830 par exemple en demandant un roi
pour la mettre en œuvre, celle de répondre à l’urgence en optant pour le temps long, celle de
dire oui en affichant un geste de dénégation, celle de donner à un chocolat le nom d’un tyran :Leonidas

Pascal.

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Κaterina est une guide super accueillante avec une jolie de vivre incroyable!!! Elle nous a fait découvrir athenes sous un angle de vue incroyable!!! culture, gastronomie, lifestyle, tout était parfait! Elle a su trouver la visite à la mesure de nos deux familles tant pour les adultes que pour les enfants!!! merci pour tout! nous recommandons à 100%!!! une très belle personne de surcroît!…
Dimitri

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Katerina est une guide hors norme. Particulièrement cultivée et si passionnée. Nous avons adoré la journee passée avec elle hors des sentiers battus. Avons eu l’impression de passer la journée avec une personne de la famille. Une seule envie, revenir à Athènes pour passer plus de temps avec elle. Thanks katerina. Hope To see you again soon. Judy et beatrice

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Katarina a été adorable avec les enfants. Elle a su s adapter aux âges des 5 enfants lors de la visite de la ville et lors de la visite du musée.
Katarina ponctue son discours d anecdotes rendant la visite dynamique et plaisante pour tous les âges. Elle nous a fait goûter des spécialités adorables.
Merci beaucoup pour votre gentillesse.
Bises.
Mélaine et la famille.
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Bonjour Catharina,
Je me fais l’écho des réaction des 15 personnes de mon groupe: tous étaient très satisfaits de leur séjour en Grèce,ils ont beaucoup appréciés le programme et l’organisations des visites des sites archéologiques.
 Votre disponibilité ,votre sens de l’organisation,votre connaissance de la ville, mais aussi votre personnalité attachante, enthousiaste chaleureuse ont largement contribué à la réussite de notre visite découverte d’Athènes.
  Je suis rentré en France avec le désir de retourner en Grèce et je suis prés à recommander votre organisme à toute personne qui souhaite visiter la ville avec un petit groupe.
J’aurai grand plaisir à vous rencontre à nouveau soit à Athènes, soit si vous veniez en visite dans l”Est de  la France.
Cordialement, Christian
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Salut Katerina,
Un grand merci de la part de toute la famille pour cette supere journée;)
C était une chance pour nous de passer ce moment avec toi et ton amour d’Athenes.
Merci pour le cadeau
Emmanuel
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“Partagez notre amour pour Athènes”
Un superbe petit tour dans le vieux Athènes avec Katherina qui nous a livrée tous ses secrets et nous a fait découvrir des petits recoins admirables et originaux.
Un grand merci Patrick & Sonia
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Bonjour Angélique,

Toute la famille se joint à moi pour vous remercier encore pour cette superbe visite hier.
Nous avons tous apprécié vos connaissances et votre enthousiasme à les faire partager.
Remerciez également Dimitri qui nous a véhiculé dans tous les sites d’Athene(s) que nous n’avions pas encore vus.
Nul doute que nous vous recommanderons à nos amis s’ils ont l’occasion de passer par la Grèce.
A bientôt pour de nouvelles questions.
Une bise de tous.
Dominique et la famille

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Grand merci pour cette visite hier très instructive et familiale

Je vous souhaite à vous et votre famille beaucoup de bonheur
Amicalement , Dominique
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Bonjour Katerina

Nous aussi, nous avons passé une excellente journée en votre compagnie.
Vous avez été une guide attentionnée,
Souriante et convaincante. Vous avez su nous faire partager l’amour pour votre pays et toutes ses saveurs. Nous avons passé 8 h en votre compagnie et nous avons à peine eu le temps de nous en rendre compte.
Nous essaierons en fonction du wifi de vous donner de temps à autres nouvelles et photos.
Nous vous embrassons
Jean=Marie et ses amis
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“Partagez notre amour pour Athènes”
Notre tour “Partagez notre amour pour Athènes” est très prisé chez nos clients, leurs proches, amis ou invités. 
C’est un peu de tout: histoire, mythologie, architecture, dégustation de préparations locales, tradition grecque, l’Athènes d’ aujourd’hui, du shopping etc.
Ça se passe au centre historique d’ Athènes, à Plaka, à Psiri, à Monastiraki et les quartiers autour avec leurs petits secrets, leurs monuments et vues uniques, leurs petites chapelles et bien sûr on se régale en goûtant des spécialités locales dans le vieux marché…
On s’amuse à faire de petites pauses pour un café ou un rafraîchissement, pour un snack, une dégustation ou déjeuner sur des terrasses-jardins et des lieux que peu connaissent.
Dans le prix ne sont pas inclus les cafés, les rafraîchissements, le repas ou le vin ou bien les entées aux sites qu’on visite.
Pour tout dire, c’est un tour coupé sur mesure, on s’ adapte alors, volontiers, aux intérêts, aux goûts, aux suggestions ou les préférences de nos groupes.
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