Our Activities

Language teaching is for us something more than just memorising rules and words. That’s why we decided to combine our love for language teaching with our love for every element of history and culture.

We learn Greek while coming out of the limits of the standard class, combining our lessons with amazing outdoor activities. We walk through the streets of our city and get to know its historical monuments. We chat with the locals, explore new customs and traditions, walk through the old markets, cook, taste wines and discover a big variety of flavors, scenes and products. We visit the cinema, the theater, museums, festivals, concerts and exhibitions. We organize nature excursions, hiking trails and daily trips.

We use imaginative methods that turn our lessons into an enjoyable and creative activity. We use modern educational strategies and adapt our courses to the needs and interests of each student.
We enjoy teaching Greek, while walking through the streets of our country, learning its history and chatting with locals, as we come into contact with the Greek heritage, nature, art and entertainment.

Some of our favourite and most popular activities include:

– Interactive guided tours through the streets of our city, in a museum or in an exhibition.

– Walks through the old markets and interactive guided tours of our city’s gastronomic wealth and its history.

– Cooking classes.

– Traditional Greek dance classes.

– Wine tasting and visits to traditional Greek wineries.

– Going to restaurants / traditional Greek taverns.

– Attending live Greek concerts.

– Visiting cinemas and theaters.

– Attending local festivals (depending on the season).

– Participating in nature excursions, hiking trails and daily trips.

*The list of our activities is being constantly updated and we are always open to new proposals tailored to the needs and interests of our students.

Some of our favourite and most popular activities include:

– Interactive guided tours through the streets of our city, in a museum or in an exhibition.

– Walks through the old markets and interactive guided tours of our city’s gastronomic wealth and its history.

– Cooking classes.

– Traditional Greek dance classes.

– Wine tasting and visits to traditional Greek wineries.

– Going to restaurants / traditional Greek taverns.

– Attending live Greek concerts.

– Visiting cinemas and theaters.

– Attending local festivals (depending on the season).

– Participating in nature excursions, hiking trails and daily trips.

*The list of our activities is being constantly updated and we are always open to new proposals tailored to the needs and interests of our students.

Markets, flavors and history of Thessaloniki…

Thessaloniki was always a multicultural, multiethnic and multilingual city with a lot of customs, religions, and recipes. For centuries, mainly Jews, Christians, Muslims, but also people from the Balkan peninsula and Europeans from nearly every corner of the continent...

Welcoming the autumn with an educational tour of the “Eksohes” district…

Which was the “Eksohes District”? Which is the history of the old city’s tram? What does “Depot” mean? Who were the Allattinis? What can a brick tell us about the history of Thessaloniki? What are all these impressive buildings in the east side of the city and what...

The Byzantine past of Thessaloniki…

What do you know about the Byzantine Empire? Did you know that Thessaloniki was part of the Byzantine Empire for 1.100 years and became its second most important city? Can you imagine how many secrets are hidden in these 1.100 years? Who were the Byzantines? How was...
Markets, flavors and history of Thessaloniki…

Markets, flavors and history of Thessaloniki…

Thessaloniki was always a multicultural, multiethnic and multilingual city with a lot of customs, religions, and recipes. For centuries, mainly Jews, Christians, Muslims, but also people from the Balkan peninsula and Europeans from nearly every corner of the continent...

The Byzantine past of Thessaloniki…

The Byzantine past of Thessaloniki…

What do you know about the Byzantine Empire? Did you know that Thessaloniki was part of the Byzantine Empire for 1.100 years and became its second most important city? Can you imagine how many secrets are hidden in these 1.100 years? Who were the Byzantines? How was...

Merry Christmas with a traditional Greek meal!

Merry Christmas with a traditional Greek meal!

Is there a better way to say goodbye 2019? What are the Greek Christmas customs? What do Greeks eat at Christmas and why? What are your Christmas customs? We explore the gastronomic wealth of Greece through an interactive cooking class along with a distinguished chef....

A visit at the Teloglion Foundation of Art A.U.Th.

A visit at the Teloglion Foundation of Art A.U.Th.

What do you know about the Greek Contemporary art? Have you ever played educational games inside a museum while learning history and a different part of art? Today we visited Teloglion Foundation of Art A.U.Th, we admired the work of Alexis Akrithakis, we talked about...

An industrial walk in Thessaloniki!

An industrial walk in Thessaloniki!

What do you know about the industrial heritage of Thessaloniki? Have you ever visited the west side of the city? What are all these impressive buildings that look abandoned? What stories do they have to tell us? A walk in a less known but equally important area of...