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Fraport Greece Set to Begin €10m Kavala Airport Revamp

Fraport Greece presented its 10-million-euro project for the upgrading and expansion of Kavala Airport "Megas Alexandros".

Athens’ Eleonas Neighborhood to Get Metropolitan Park

The area of Eleonas in Athens will get its own metropolitan park in 2019 offering repose and recreation for its residents, the capital’s municipal authority said.

Thessaloniki Port: Share Purchase Agreement for 67% Stake to be Signed

The share purchase agreement for the 67 percent stake of the Thessaloniki Port Authority is expected to be signed on Friday, December 15.

Macedonia Airport Handling All Flights as Scheduled

All flights to and from Thessaloniki's Macedonia Airport are being carried out according to schedule since November 24, Greece’s transport ministry said on Tuesday.

Akrotiri Event Brings Overtourism on Santorini into the Spotlight

Santorini Mayor Nikos Zorzos reiterated his concerns over the toll of overtourism, during an event marking 50 years since excavations at Akrotiri.

Transport in Greece to be Affected by Walkouts on December 14

Public transport in Athens will be disrupted on Thursday, December 14, as Greece’s main private and public sector umbrella unions, GSEE and ADEDY, have announced a strike.

Historic Aegli Hotel in Volos Shows that Glamor Never Fades

The historic Aegli Hotel in Volos, Thessaly, recently opened its doors to Greek journalists following an extensive renovation.

Alternative Tourism Ventures in Greece Get EU Funding Go-ahead

Accessible tourism destinations, faith and hiking tourism are some of the projects which have received approval and are being implemented with EU funding.

Greek MEPs, Hoteliers Up in Arms Over More Airport Checks

Greek MEPs and hoteliers recently expressed concerns over the tight security screenings imposed on travelers from Greece at German airports.

Ionian Isles: Best Greek Tourism Performers with More Revenue, Longer Stays

The Ionian islands and Crete are Greece’s winning destinations in terms of tourism-related revenue per visitor and duration of stay.

WWF Greece Issues Impact Study of Agia Zoni II Oil Spill, Calls for Sanctions

WWF Greece has released a report on the impact of the oil spill that affected Salamina and the Saronic Gulf coastline, after the Greek-flagged Agia Zoni II sank in September.

EasyJet to Link London with Volos, Thessaly, in Summer 2018

Easyjet in June 2018 will launch direct flights from Gatwick Airport in London to the Nea Aghialos airport in Greece that serves the city of Volos in Thessaly.

Thessaloniki Hoteliers Team Up with Taxiway to Facilitate Transport of Guests

The Thessaloniki Hotels Association is joining forces with local taxi company Taxiway to make it easier for guests to organize their transport, save time and reduce travel costs.

FlightNetwork Places Two Greek Beaches Among World’s 50 Best

The Greek beaches of Navagio and Elafonissi are included among the world’s 50 best beaches, according to Canadian online travel website FlightNetwork.

Egypt Promoted as Tourism Destination to Greek Market

Egypt was promoted as an international tourism destination to the visitors that attended the recent “Philoxenia” exhibition in Thessaloniki.

Fraport Greece: Kos Airport to Get €30.5m Makeover

Fraport Greece will invest 30.5 million euros to develop Kos "Hippocrates" International Airport, according to the company's CEO, Alexander Zinel.

‘Wanderlust Greece’ Campaign to Reveal the ‘Secrets’ of Athens

Marketing Greece’s digital campaign "Wanderlust Greece" continues to explore the country and now intends to reveal the "secrets" of Athens.

Bill Foresees New Casinos for Crete, Mykonos and Santorini

A new bill that foresees the granting of licenses for new casinos and the relocation of existing ones, has been put up for public consultation in Greece.

‘Atalanti Hills’ Tourism Project Goes to Greece’s Council of State

A draft Presidential Decree, concerning the 1.5-billion-euro tourism investment of Atalanti Hills, has been submitted to the Council of State for approval.

Investments to Boost Hotel Sector on Crete and Rhodes

The hotel sector on the islands of Crete and Rhodes will be boosted next year by a number of investments already in process or expected to take place.