Giant Greek Salad for Guinness Record to be Prepared at Moscow’s Red Square

The world's biggest Greek salad aiming to break the Guinness record is to be prepared at Moscow's Red Square on September 4 at the...

Inscribed Column of Darius I Found in Ancient Greek City Phanagoria

Part of an ancient marble column was found in the ancient Greek city of Phanagoria, in the Krasnodar region of southern Russia, in the...

Great Byzantine Art Relives at St. Petersburg’s Hermitage

A total of 121 masterpieces of Byzantine art will be exhibited at the State Hermitage Museum of St. Petersburg in Russia until October 2. The...

Russian Tourism to Greece Rose 523% in March

The number of tourists heading to Greece from Russia rose to 523 percent in March compared to the same period in the previous year,...

Russians Extremely Disappointed Over Olympics Ban

Russia's track and field team has been banned from the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro. The global body that governs track and field competition,...

Nikos Xydakis: Greece Expects up to 2 Mln Russian Travelers to Visit the Country...

  Greece's Deputy Foreign Minister, Nikos Xydakis said that the EU and Russia were set to pick up their bilateral talks on easing the visa...

Ukraine Beats Russia in Most ‘Political’ Eurovision Contest

Jamala from Ukraine was the surprise winner of Saturday's Eurovision song contest, beating Russia in the most "political" competition in Eurovision history. Russia's Sergey Lazarev...

Easter Holidays for Russian Tourists Canceled due to Visa Issuance Delay

At least 20 vacation packages from Russia toward Greece for the Easter Holidays have been canceled in the past few days, due to delays for visa...

Greece and Cyprus Amongst Russia’s Top Destinations

Russian tourist operators have recorded an augmentation of 10-15% in demand for vacation in May, in comparison to last year, with popular destinations abroad...

Greece Offers Incentives to Russian Tourists

"We will do everything to ensure timely visa issuance (for Russian citizens) by adding personnel and certainly by speeding up procedures," said Greek government...