Vassilis Papakonstantinou is very famous greek singer loved by all generations (I saw people of different ages at his concert!). He is a real greek rock star and has a particular energy!
Vassilis is a favourite singer of Andreas (AndyRG) who actually invited me at his concert. Thank You Andriko!
Ios Village: One Stop Nightlife
Ios was by far one of the coolest night spots I've ever been. This Tiny island has one of the most tighty packed downtown bar areas. The maze of bars opens up into crowded square. I you are 18-25 im positive you will have a great time.
PS. rest up this Island isnt known for sleeping.
Dress Code: anything goes.
Live Greek Music in Athens
Entertainment with live Greek music is readily available in many nightspots in the city of Athens. This often comes with Greek dinner. Greek musics are very popular throughout the world especially in mainland Europe. Many foreign tourists from outside Europe like to partronise nighspots where live Greek music is available. Make it a point to visit one of the nightspots in the city of Athens where live Greek music is available when you visit Athens on your vacation! This may be one of the highlights of your trip to Greece!
Dress Code: Casual wear.Related to:
- Family Travel
Dancing show at the cruise ship: Traditional Greek Folk Show
After your excursion to Aegina is over you come back to your cruise-ferry boat… The highlight of your cruise still waits for you in the evening!
“Traditional Greek Folk Show” with singers and dancers in original costumes form all of Greece and the ever amusing show-man Jeannot will entertain and animate you up to the final moment as the ship docks in Piraeus.
I enjoyed this show very much and 1,5 hours passed imperceptibly and we came back Piraeus at 20.00...
You may watch my 7 min 53 sec VIDEO-Clip Traditional Greek Folk Show at Giorgis (Part I)
or 9 min 34 sec VIDEO-Clip Traditional Greek Folk Show at Giorgis (Part II) from my YouTube channel.
Just watching the magnificent sunset is enough to start off any great night! We had to pay heaps for our accommodation in Mykonos at Hotel Leto, but this photo taken from our balcony made us stay 2 extra nights!
Galea was by far the best club I went to in Greece. It's really big, has 2 floors and a massive bar. The entrance is around 15 euros which gets you a drink and a great night in an amazing club. I went on the Thursday nights when they were playing R'n'B and it was completely packed. They didn't require reservations and were happy to allow people in with an entry fee. We would leave at around 5 and the place would still be packed and full of energy. The music was really good, the R'n'B nights I went to had Dj's brought in from the States and were really good. There's pleanty of parts of the club to explore and if you feel like relaxing a bit you can head upstairs to sit down (no reservation nesessary!) at one of the tables and enjoy some people-watching from the balcony. Really friendly staff, amazing interior and great music. What more could you ask for??!
Dress Code: Whatever really...normal clubbing kinda stuff!Related to:
- Study Abroad
Candy Bar: Clubs
Candy Bar is in the major clubbing area of Athens, Psirri. I went toward the beginning of my visit and it seemed to be one of the most popular in the area. It plays a mix of techno/R'n'B/pop so is quite a crowd pleaser and I've never seen the place any less than up to capacity. It's a pretty big place, and tables can be reserved in advance under the agreement that you're buying a bottle, around 110 Euros if my memory serves me correctly. For a 20 euro (max) costing bottle it's a major rip off but having a table for the night is nice and you get all the mixers and stuff included. If not reserving, you can show up on the night and they may allow you to enter by buying a ticket for 15euros which then gets you one drink inside. However on Saturday nights sometimes they take reservation only and will turn away anyone without a reservation. We had a problem there once as we'd made a reservation and they hadn't written it down or something along those lines but with a bit of persuasion we were in :) It's a nice club but extremely pretentious. The fact that it seems exclusive seems to be its main attraction as it's not anything out of the ordinary. The music is good but we noticed over a few visits that it seemed that the same mixes were being used. Good club if you're in that area and don't want to trek out to the others!
Dress Code: Not over the top, but if jeans, good jeans etc.Related to:
- Study Abroad
walking around nighten city
we were walking around upper Plaka.. there are small streets and especially when tavernas are opened and people are sitting around tables and there is music and you can take yor icecream and just have t o follow your feets..when it s darker you do not see disturbing things like carbage and.. and in plaka at the foot of Akropolis there is little platvorm to see over city.. its really small.. find it..
Dress Code: comfortable shoesRelated to:
- School Holidays
Sunset at Kap Sounion
Not far from Athens, at the tip of the Attica peninsula, is Temple of Poseidon, the god of the sea. This historical and archeological site is absolutely worth visiting. When its not crowded with tour buses, the Temple of Poseidon can be an amazingly beautiful and relaxing place to visit - especially at sunset!!!
on the rocks: on the rocks
its more of a bar than a night club. its owned by a guy called thomas. it has different theme nights ... kareoke.... flirt night and a few others that i cant remember but most importantly it also does the best b52s on the island
Alkistis Protopsalti is one of the most important artists in Greece. I love her voice and I had a chance to see her in Heraklion (Crete) on august,2003 for the great celebration of "One year before the Olympic Games". Her performance was wonderful and I still listen to my favourite song of her: "Trava Skandali"
Elly Paspala (her Romanized name - also known as "Elli" or "Eli") is a Greek singer who sits firmly between the genres of pop and jazz.
I saw her during free concert not far from Acropolis in august 2004. Great voice...
Evridiki is a very popular singer in Greece and in spite of her "fragile" appearance she has a very strong voice! I had a chance to see her in live concert in Athens.
Evridiki was born on the 25th of February. She grew up in Lefkosia in Cyprus and she started studying music from her very early years. She has a very nice, Greek, sensational and rare, name known to everybody from the myth of Orfeas and Euridiki (Orfeus and Eurydice).
In 1992 she took part in the European song competition of Eurovision, on behalf of Cyprus, with the song "Tairiazoume" ("We Match").
calipso: nighttime greek
In Haniotti i was on grrek night.I was suprised.People from all the world were just one that night.You can eat their natinal food,listening their national music,and learn how to dance greek dance
Dress Code: yuo can wear what you wantRelated to:
- Romantic Travel and Honeymoons
- Theme Park Trips
- Historical Travel
Mihalis Hatzigiannis is one of the most succesful young singer in Greece. He was born on 5/11/78. in Nicosia of Cyprus. He has a degree on classical guitar, piano and theoritican studies at the Musical Academy Of Cyprus (Royal College Of London).
In 1998 he represented his country in the Eurovision contest by singing the song "Genesis" of which the music is his. It took the 11th place.On March 2001 Mihalis got the award for the Best First Appearing Artist for 2000.
Thanks to my greek friend Giorgos I have almost all cds of Mihalis. I love his sweet voice and nice songs (even if I don't understand greek language rather good). I saw him in Zigos Music Center in Athens in 2003 and he was singing for Closing Ceremony of Athens Olympic Games in 2004. Now this nice greek man is my favourite greek singer!
Every visitor to Athens cannot fail to notice this huge hotel. It's right on Syntagma Square,...more
Adamas village, Milos Island, Cyclades
Good for: Solo
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