Greece, Wine & Dine

Restaurant Piatakia in Rhodes: A Modern Rhodian Take on the Traditional Greek Palate

‘Piatakia’ means ‘saucers’ in Greek. Located on the horrendously touristy Leontos street in the modern quarter of Rhodes, this cute cosy restaurant is run by two Swedish Greeks, chefs Daniel Kyramarios and Sylvia Palermo. Bringing quirky Nordic inventiveness to classic Greek and Mediterranean ingredients and tastes, Piatakia is such a great gastronomic experience one shouldn’t miss on Rhodes.

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Greece, Wine & Dine

The Last Butler: Rhodes’ Most Exquisite Cocktail Bar

A classy gentlemen’s bar right in the middle of the street is the last thing you would expect to find in the modern city of Rhodes. Yet this makes The Last Butler all the more extraordinary, especially under the cool, late-summer evening sky on this southern Aegean Greek paradise, compared to something similar you’d come across easily in London or Tokyo.

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Spain

Bilbao: Bask in the Basque Hospitality

Bilbao is the largest city in the Basque Country, located in northern Spain. With around 1 million inhabitants, it is a vibrant metropolis filled with bars, restaurants, shops and cultural activities, a far cry from its not so distant industrial and agricultural past.

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Israel

7 Things to do in and outside of Tel Aviv

Tel Aviv has been hailed as the gay mecca in the Middle East. Indeed, baked in the tropical sun and caressed by the gentle azure waves of the Mediterranean Sea, Tel Aviv is the most progressive and liberal city in the region that is relatively free from persecution by religions. Here are 7 things you should consider doing in and outside of Tel Aviv when you visit!

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Israel

Caesarea Maritima: King Herod’s Lost Port City

Caesarea Maritima was one of the biggest ports in the ancient Mediterranean during Roman times. Located in the Sharon Plain in Israel, Caesarea has now being rediscovered after laying centuries in ruins. Here are the reasons why the site deserves a visit!

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