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A Contemporary Greek Film: Words Apart

Watching films in Greek is a fun way to spend an evening at home and improve your Greek listening skills at the same time. The Greek movie „Worlds Apart“ – Ένας Άλλος Κόσμος – is a movie we can recommend for sure. At Omilo, we often organise film nights during the 1- and 2-week Greek language and […]

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Summer cinema in Greece

Summer in Greece!  Beautiful beaches, blue water, white houses and unforgettable sunsets spontaneously pop into your mind. Without a doubt, it is a very nice part of the Greek summer. But this is not all…There are plenty of other options to make your holiday even more interesting.  One of them is a romantic one: the […]

A Walk In Picturesque Ano Syros | Omilo

Are you interested in visiting the island of Syros? If yes, don’t miss the opportunity to witness some traditional Cycladic architecture in Ano Syros. Just a ten-minute taxi or bus ride from the capital and the port of the island, Hermoupolis, it is the perfect location for a walk with beautiful views to the Aegean […]

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How To Travel To Syros Island, From Athens Or Mykonos

 Omilo welcomes students to Syros island, for the 1- and 2-week Greek Language and Culture courses, which take place in summer, between June and September. For all the details and course dates of  the 1-week courses, click here For all the details and course dates of the 2-week courses, click here Here below you find […]

Greek Movie and Book : Mikra Anglia

When Greek cinema meets Greek literature the result is usually excellent. The movie ‘Little England’ , directed by Pantelis Voulgaris and based on the book by author Ioanna Karystiani, was released in December 2013.

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The Epidaurus Amphitheatre in Greece | Omilo

When visiting Greece, it is not just about eating delicious food in taverns and going to the beach, but most travelers, including Omilo students, also love to visit ancient Greek sites, attend Greek concerts, or theatre  productions, while learning more about Greek culture and history. Well, here is the good news, by visiting the beautiful […]

The Greek “Happy Fools’ Day“ on April 1st

April 1st! The first day of April is traditionally established as the day that we fool the others or tell jokes. And also in Greek you can say “Καλή Πρωταπριλιά !” (Kali protaprilia) = Happy Fools’ Day! The only difference is that in Greek you actually say “Happy First of April”!