Athens Insider Summer 2021

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47th Book Festival in Zappeion

WHAT: Book lovers, unite! In occasion of Athens’ christening as the World Book Capital of 2018, the Association of Book Publishers announces the 47th Book Festival in Zappeion. This year, the festival honors sung poetry, a wide, popularly European genre that combines literature and music. The two-week-long program includes screenings, lectures, con...

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Musical Maestro Zoe Tiganouria Performs with the Athens Symphony Orchestra

WHAT: Born and raised on the island of Samothrace, Zoe Tiganouria’s musical repertoire is by no means meager. Bringing back the traditional vibrato of the Greek accordion, this composer combines jazz, folk, Latin and tango styles as a solo performer. Tiganouria will visit Athens to perform alongside the Symphony Orchestra of the Municipality of Ath...

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Queen Bee: Kolonaki’s new hive

Panagiotis Kalyvas, of Capanna and Kolonaki Kalamaki fame, opens an all- day hangout and it has Athenians making a beeline for it! Disrupting the city's bistrot scene, Queen Bee introduces a game-changing bakehouse that directly connects Athens with downtown New York & Paris. Artisan house-made sourdough breads, hand-picke...

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Athens Restaurant Week

WHAT: Foodie utopia as the hugely popular Athens Restaurant Week, hosted by Alpha Bank, rolls into town for the third year, offering special lunch or dinner deals at 120 select restaurants. This is your chance to dine at some of the capital’s most prestigious eateries, including Michelin-starred culinary landmarks and exciting creative gourmet hots...

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Peloponnese Wine Festival

WHAT: Acquaint your palate with the outstanding wines that hail from the vineyards of the Peloponnese as one of Greece’s most popular annual wine festivals reboots at a new inner-city venue. The Peloponnese Wine Festival, staged by members of the Association of Wine Producers of the Vineyards of Peloponnese, introduces premium wines from the latest...

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6 Great Bookshop Cafes in Athens

Amanda Dardanis joins the slow living movement and retreats from the mad whirl at one of these comfy-cosy and welcoming book nooks where you can easily while away a morning or afternoon, lost in a world of words. Poems & Crimes Art Bar A quaint and chameleon-like literary den that evolves with the hour. Walk into Poems &...

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How to Brunch like an Athenian

Athens is waking up to the best meal of the day, writes Amanda Dardanis There was a time– not so long ago - when the Athenian breakfast of champions was a frappe, cigarette and koulouri. But brunch is the perfect fit for the late-to-bed; late-to-rise Mediterranean lifestyle, and we’re now spoiled for choice when it comes to th...

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