Yanni’s Concert in Budapest

The Greek pianist, keyboardist, composer, and music producer Yanni (born Yiannis Hryssomallis), who has spent his adult life in the United States, talked about his...

Post-Byzantine Art At Budapest University

The Central European University (CEU) and in particular the Center for Eastern Mediterranean Studies (CEMS) conducted the conference Post-Byzantine Art: Orthodox Christian Art in...

Greeks in Hungary Celebrate National “Oxi” Day

Within a very emotionally tense atmosphere due to the recent loss of Greek Orthodox Metropolitan of Austria and Exarch of Hungary Michael, Greeks residing...

5.1% Increase of Greek Immigrants in Germany

Greek immigrants in Germany are reaching a record number over the last twenty years, as last year, the greatest increase since 1993 corresponding to...

Greek Aegean Airlines Company To Launch Four Weekly Flights To Budapest

Aegean Airlines has announced the launch of a direct flight from Budapest to Athens from Friday, just a month after the bust of national...

Zois’ Film Out of Frame Wins Venice Film Festival

The Greek short film Out of Frame (Titloi Telous in Greek) directed by Yorgos Zois was awarded the European Film Awards 2012- EFA prize...

Athens International Airport Winner of Routes Airport Marketing Award

“Routes Europe 2013”, Europe’s biggest airline and airport networking route development forum, was concluded with one more award for the Athens International Airport, its...

Greek Films at Budapest Francophonie Fest

Audiences in Budapest had the chance to look Greek films taking part in the Francophonie Festival. The works featured a range of Greek directors...

Aegean Opens Wings to Budapest

Aegean Airlines have announced the launch of a direct flight from Athens to Budapest. The two capital cities  have been reconnected by air months...

“Three-Day Promotion & Presentation of Greek Tourism” Organized in Hungary

The stimulation of the flow of tourists from Hungary to Greece for this summer, the promotion of the Mediterranean diet and the Greek products...