Passion for Greece
Passion for Greece is a destination travel blog with great emphasis on the visual trend. Discover, explore and share remarkable places, activities and things to do in Greece. The blog’s mission is to deliver a fresh approach on how travelers create, organize and consume tourism experiences.
The “Passion For” travel brand was created by Elena Sergeeva, a hospitality professional who has been living in Greece for over 20 years. Elena has worked with luxury hotel brands managing business development and foreign market opportunities in lucrative markets including Russia. Passion for Dubai is the next chapter in the “Passion For” vision, a destination travel blog which offers personally experienced tips and encourage visitors to also share their own take on Dubai, through the platform. Sergeeva blogs in English and Russian and is the co-founder of Travel Bloggers Greece.
Passion for Greece latest articles:
- 13 Reasons to Visit Kasos
Kasos, one of the remotest, wildest and unpretentious islands in the Dodecanese, is found in the southernmost corner of the Aegean Sea. Located just to the east of Crete and southwest of Karpathos, Kasos island is the perfect escape for those wishing to experience a truly authentic side of Greece. Its remarkably raw and barren [...] The post 13 Reasons to Visit Kasos appeared first on Passion for Greece.
- The Most Popular Greek Dishes: A Complete Guide
The Greek cuisine is without any doubt one of the tastiest in the world! As with other cuisines of the Mediterranean, like Italy, Spain and Turkey, Greece is blessed with a wide range of basic ingredients that flourish in its perfect Mediterranean climate soils. The main of all those ingredients, which is found in all [...] The post The Most Popular Greek Dishes: A Complete Guide appeared first on Passion for Greece.
- The Most Popular Greek Cheeses
There are over 60 local Greeek Cheeses that range in texture and flavor from hard to spreadable, fresh to old-aged, smoked and nutty. Cheese has been a rich part of Greece’s cuisine throughout history. In ancient times Greeks had even named a god who was said to protect the production of Cheese, Aristaios, son of [...] The post The Most Popular Greek Cheeses appeared first on Passion for Greece.