Gordon, Gino, and Fred are three friends. Go for the Greeks! Foodies flock to Greece to see the stunning scenery.


Gordon, Gino, and Fred are three friends. Go for the Greeks! Foodies flock to Greece to see the stunning scenery.

THE THREE HILARIOUS FOODIES are out to discover another Greek hotspot this week after a wild island hopping excursion on last week’s episode of Gordon, Gino, and Fred Go Greek! The three have gone to adventures ranging from truffle hunting to beekeeping nuns, but where are they going this week in their VW Campervan? The three celebrity chefs will be exploring Athens, Greece’s capital city, and getting up to their usual mischief this week. Athens, one of the world’s oldest cities, has a lot to offer British visitors looking for a city break.

The Acropolis is the most comprehensive ancient Greek complex still surviving today, making it a must-see on any trip to Greece.

The legendary buildings looming over the current city, built 2,500 years ago, are a wonderful sight to behold.

The Temple of Poseidon is one of the most well-preserved Ancient Greek temples, dedicated to Poseidon, the God of the Sea.

Visitors to the temple can enjoy spectacular sunset views from the temple’s remaining columns.

The Museum of Cycladic Art has Bronze Age marble figurines and historical relics for visitors who want to learn more about the city’s illustrious past.

The National Museum of Contemporary Art, which has Tate Modern vibes and displays the work of numerous Greek and foreign artists, is a must-see for cultural vultures.

Children will enjoy the National Garden, a large park packed with tropical flora that was first built for Queen Amalia in 1838.

Keep an eye out for the Garden’s various ponds, which are home to terrapins and turtles in some cases.

Traditional moussaka, an aubergine and minced meat dish topped with melted cheese, is available to diners.

Saganaki, or fried cheese, is another must-try during a visit to Athens, and many travelers are enticed by the tantalizing aroma of souvlaki meat wafting from terraces.

A spanakopita, or spinach pie, is an excellent alternative for a fast snack on the way to one of Athens’ many attractions.

Greek honey is regarded as some of the greatest in the world, because to the country’s diverse flora and fauna. Tourists can enjoy it drizzled over Greek yoghurt or buy some to take home as a keepsake.

Tourists should go to Plaka for more souvenir shopping and a vibrant bar and restaurant scene.

Plaka is noted for its lovely winding alleyways hidden under the shadow of the with billowing bougainvillea and a range of gyro alternatives. “Brinkwire News Summary.”


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