The Hellenic Ministry of Culture and Sports has been organizing since 2012 the panhellenic cultural campaign 'Green Cultural Routes'.
For 2023 the celebration is taking place between 25th and 28th of May with the participation of over 180 public and private institutions from 37 prefectures of Greece.
Free admission will be provided to the participants to all sites and museums.
Green Cultural Routes welcome their audience to actions such as:
1. Thematic or inter-thematic tours aimed at either the general public or special groups (walks, hiking, cycling, horseriding routes etc.)
2. Educational programmes
3. Visual arts workshops/courses
4 Lectures-seminars on a variety of themes associated with the campaign
5 Performances (concerts, theatrical and dancing acts etc)
6 Valorization and improvement of archaeological sites
7 Planting in urban public spaces etc.
Green Cultural Routes aim is to:
- promote sustainable development by educating citizens on issues associated with the protection and valorization of the cultural wealth as well as the natural environment of the country
-draw attention to the local cultural identity and historical tradition
-protect nature and biodiversity
-motivate as many social groups as possible
-enhance tourist development through various activities and events that harmonize each time with the landscape and the local historical and cultural tradition
-raise public awareness on respect and understanding of different cultures
Olive Tree Routes
Greece You Will Want To Stay Forever
Greece Does Have a Winter
Greece at the International Art Exhibition of Venice Biennale
The Restoration of the Acropolis
Conference on the Future of Europe
The return of the Parthenon Marbles
Archaeological Museums & Collections in Greece
Intangible Cultural Heritage
Hellenic Organization of Cultural Resources Development