The Mediterranean Cosmos in Thessaloniki is an innovative complex with a huge variety of shopping, entertainment and cultural activities. It features more than 200 shops, 32 restaurants-café, supermarket, cinema, bowling, children’s playground, a church and even a small traditional Greek village. Read More
Greece, one of the most beautiful Mediterranean countries, offers a unique combination of sun, mountains, islands and endless beaches.
Nevertheless, Greece is in itself a difficult to be reached destination by visitors with reduced mobility. However, during the last years, significant investments have been made in order to make Greece accessible and friendly to all of its visitors.
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Visit the Touch Museum
The Touch Museum is one of five museums of its kind in the world. Visitors can touch the exhibits, replicas of originals displayed in the museums of Greece. The Museum (2004) received a distinction for its accessibility.
The illustrious history of Athens established the city as a major travel destination. The Acropolis, symbol of the city, is one of the most prominent buildings of antiquity. The exploration of the city's historic center is a true journey through time.