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Tourists Involved In Shootout In Athens, Greece, In Good Health

Two tourists visiting Athens were slightly injured on Wednesday 16 July during a shootout in central Athens between Greek police and fugitive terrorist Nikos Maziotis.

Greece As A Film Location – By The Director Of “The Two Faces of January”

Hossein Amini, the British director of the film "The Two Faces of January" that was shot in Greece and is currently playing in Greek theaters, gives us the backstory on his "love affair" with the country on the Visit Greece blog.

Mystras – A World Heritage Site in Greece

Mystras, a World Heritage Site in Lakonia, Greece, is the best preserved example of medieval walled city in the Greek region. It fascinates the modern traveler with its castle, churches and the palatial complex of the ruling Byzantine dynasty, bearing witness to its bygone greatness.

Creta Maris Resort Officially Receives Blue Flag

The beach of the Creta Maris Beach Resort in Hersonissos, Crete, was officially awarded the blue flag for 2014 during an official ceremony held on 15 July.
Posted On 16 Jul 2014

Santorini Included Among 20 Stunning European Cities To Visit In Your 20s

Fira town on Santorini in Greece is included on a list drawn up by The Huffington Post with the best destinations for adventure-seeking twentysomething travelers.
Posted On 16 Jul 2014

Varvakeio Market In Athens, Greece, Impresses Renowned American Chef

The Varvakeio meat and fish market in downtown Athens, Greece, recently got a thumbs up from David Rosengarten, renowned American chef, food and travel writer.
Posted On 16 Jul 2014

European Hotels: Increase In Gross Operating Profit Per Available Room In 2013

Hotels in Europe reported a 0.6 percent decline in total revenue per available room last year but the gross operating profit per available room grew by 1.4 percent , according to STR Global’s Annual Profitability Data for 2013.
Posted On 16 Jul 2014