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The Secrets of Lesvos’ Intoxicating Spirit: Ouzo

As the summer holiday season takes hold, the Greek Travel Pages invites food specialists, the Greek Gastronomy Guide, to join in revealing the secrets of ouzo.

Greek Gastronomy Guide: Chania Market a Foodie’s Dream Come True

If you’re visiting Crete and seeking that special cheese, the freshest fruits and vegetables or that yogurt made of pure goat’s milk then a visit to the municipal market of Chania is a must.

Food and Wine Tasting Seminar at Hotel Vigla on Amorgos

Hotel Vigla on the island of Amorgos invites F&B professionals and tourism experts to join its food and wine tasting seminar on May 4.

The Secrets of Corfu Cuisine by the Greek Gastronomy Guide

On occasion of the Easter holiday, the Greek Travel Pages (GTP) together with food specialists, the Greek Gastronomy Guide takes you to the Ionian island of Corfu.

Greek Gastronomy Guide: Where & What Foodie Products to buy in Greece

The Greek Gastronomy Guide offers the restless foodie insight into Greek products, where to find them and which producers are the best.

Edible ‘Gifts from Greece’ to Tantalize NY’s James Beard Foundation

Five chefs from Mykonos and Rhodes will bring the tastes of Greece to the James Beard Foundation culinary arts organization in New York on Thursday.

South Aegean Region Moves Full Speed Ahead for Gastronomy Year

The South Aegean Region is laying the groundwork ahead of its "tenure" as "European Region of Gastronomy 2019".

An Athens Deli Full of Delights: ‘Ta Karamanlidika tou Fani’

The Greek Gastronomy Guide takes us to an Athens highlight on Evripidou St, near the bustling central Varvakeios Market: “Ta Karamanlidika tou Fani”.

Greek Gastronomy Guide: Hunting for Herbs & Spices in Athens? Try Evripidou Street!

Aiming to offer the keen traveler who wants to know where to eat, what to order and how to indulge in Greek cuisine, the Greek Gastronomy Guide sheds light on one of Athens’ spiciest spots: the Evripidou Street market.

Heraklion Chamber Taps into Culinary Heritage for Sustainable Tourism

The Heraklion Chamber of Commerce and Industry on Crete, has approved funds for the region’s participation in the Regional Culinary Heritage Europe network’s MEDFEST program which taps into local culinary tradition for the creation of sustainable tourist destinations.

Greek Gastronomy Guide Joins Athens Airport to Promote the Finest

The newly launched Greek Gastronomy Guide, a website in both Greek and English aiming to become a tool in the hands of the keen traveler who wants to know where to eat, what to order and how to indulge in the secrets of Greek cuisine, has joined forces with Athens International...

‘Greek Gastronomy Guide’ Marks Six Months of Taste

It’s true… a person’s heart is through his stomach, and that’s what the Greek Gastronomy Guide is out to do: make you fall in love with Greece not through its picturesque villages, stunning beaches and hospitable people but through its food.

Mt Athos Area Cuisine Takes the Spotlight @ Kouzina 2016

With the Mediterranean Diet at its core, this year’s Mount Athos Area Kouzina events kick off on May 15 featuring a month full of food and culinary events dedicated to the products and cuisine of the Mount Athos region in northern Greece.

Trip2Taste Travels the Aegean with Cycladic Cafe Cheese & Wine Events

In the midst of the busy city center, at Athens’ Museum of Cycladic Art, visitors, gourmands and foodies will have the chance every Thursday and Friday to indulge in and learn more about Aegean cuisine and wine.

Butterfly Stories: Bringing Nutritional Know-how to the Eating Experience

Butterfly Stories aims to launch a new branding campaign with a series of products from organic farms and small-scale producers from Greece and Cyprus.

Chestnuts Roasting… at Kastanitsa Festival on Saturday

Chestnuts in all shapes and sizes, as delicious foods or delectable sweets, take center stage at the annual Chestnut Festival in the remote village of Kastanitsa on Mt Parnonas, Peloponnese, on Saturday, October 31.