The Mediterranean Cosmos in Thessaloniki is an innovative complex with a huge variety of shopping, entertainment and cultural activities. It features more than 200 shops, 32 restaurants-café, supermarket, cinema, bowling, children’s playground, a church and even a small traditional Greek village. Read More
BY THE APPLICATION VODAFONE EXPLORE GREECE. The www.greece4all.eu is now an application too! Download it for your mobile device and explore accessible Greece. Our Internet platform in cooperation with Vodafone and its application “Explore Greece by Vodafone” offers information about accessibility to everyone who wishes to. Read More
Greece, one of the most beautiful Mediterranean countries, offers a unique combination of sun, mountains, islands and endless beaches.
Nevertheless, Greece is in itself a difficult to be reached destination by visitors with reduced mobility. However, during the last years, significant investments have been made in order to make Greece accessible and friendly to all of its visitors.
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Visit the old town of Chania
With strong influences from the past, the old town of Chania is a very pretty neighborhood built next to the Venetian port of Chania. It is a quaint and cozy neighborhood with lively pulse and atmospheric mood.
Crete is the largest of the Greek islands and the fifth largest in Europe. The visitor will be charmed by its unparalleled wild beauty and its genuine people, as the Cretans embody the true Idea of Greek hospitality.
16-20 JUN 2016
2nd Avaton International Comedy Festival
Fast Forward Festival 3
The Onassis Cultural Centre (Steyi Gramaton kai Technon) hosts the 3rd Fast Forward Festival. The festival focuses on the themes ‘art, society and politics’. Artists from Cape Town, Melbourne, Amsterdam, Brussels and Tel Aviv dissolve any sense of geographic, cultural, social and aesthetical borders. With performances at the Onassis Cultural Centre as well as outdoors, the festival invites the spectator to take part in experiences that set into motion all senses and allow the audience to make use of time as they wish. 16-31 May 2016