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Athens One day cruise
We would be happy to organize for you your most precious and memorable events of your life!!
Together with our excellent professional team, Athens One Day Cruise, will create unforgettable memories in the Aegean Sea …
Enjoy the beautiful Greek sun, fresh air from Saronic Golf, feed the seagulls, dance with international and folkloric sounds, be the first dancer next to our professional dancers, join our cooking lessons and become a Chef ....and the cruise is going on.
Announcement to parents, friends and relatives: done!
Church closure: done!
Wedding dress, bouquet and suit: done!
But what will make this unique day for you equally special for your favorite guests? You want your wedding reception to be original. But at the same time be sure that everything is studied to the last detail so that nothing spoils your mood. Have you considered having a different wedding party on the One Day Cruise cruise ship?
The island of Hydra excites all those who love the picturesque alleys, the recent history but also the good food. A visit to the island apart from moments of relaxation away from the bustling city (let's not forget that cars are forbidden!) Will travel you gastronomically as the local cuisine hides many surprises. Do not forget to try the famous stuffed squid and the traditional macaroons. We give you the recipes from Hydra so that you always have a part of the island with you. And why not prepare them for your loved ones!
The past year, despite the difficult conditions, united us as a nation and gave us many beautiful moments. We all proudly remember the days of the Olympic Games and the effort of Greek athletes to climb to the highest podium to hear our National Anthem.
The Olympic Games begin in 776 BC and are held every 4 years in Ancient Olympia until 392 BC. Only Greeks had the right to fight, while everyone was allowed to watch: free, slaves and barbarians. At the time, it was purely a "male affair" as women were not allowed to participate in or watch the Games.
From 752 BC the prize of the Games was Kotinos, replacing the apple fruit that he gave until then. The olive wreath had a symbolic meaning as it was considered to bring luck and divine protection to the crowned athlete. In any case, few athletes have taken part in the ancient but also the newer Olympic Games. We present the Olympians of the Saronic Gulf from antiquity until today.