Author: Dave Briggs

The Greek Pantheon of Gods and Goddesses includes over 300 different deities, with the 12 main ones who resided on Mount Olympus known as the Olympian Gods. Temples and cities were built in their honour all over ancient Greece, many of which survive today.

Crete, once the center of the powerful Minoan civilization and home of the Minotaur and the Labyrinth, is an essential stop on the Percy Jackson trail. Steeped in myth and history, beautiful and authentic, here’s what there is to see and do on the Greek island of Crete for Percy Jackson fans.

The Peloponnese region of Greece has long been steeped in myth and legend. Home to the mighty Mycenaean civilization, this is the land where Hercules performed 6 of his labors, where Olympian Gods strode among men, and where King Agamemnon launched a thousand ships against Troy. For Percy Jackson fans, the Peloponnese is a veritable

If you and your kids are fans of the Percy Jackson books by Rick Riordan, Athens is a must-see city! It’s connected to many of the plots and characters, and of course is named after the Goddess Athena, who is a rival to Poseidon in the Percy Jackson books. Add Athens to your bucket list,

The Rick Riordan books featuring Percy Jackson have inspired a generation with their unique twist on Greek Mythology. After all, it’s easy to disappear into the world of Percy Jackson and his friends, where adventure waits around every corner! What if you could have your own mythological adventure though? Here’s 5 reasons why every Percy

Are your kids huge Percy Jackson fans? If so, they might be interested to know that some of the places they have been reading about in the Percy Jackson books actually exist in Greece today! Here’s a look at the most important must see sites in Greece for Percy Jackson fans.