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Greeks Can Now Travel Visa-free to Qatar

Qatar has agreed to grant visa-free travel for citizens of 80 countries, including Greece, with immediate effect, Qatari officials have announced.
Posted On 09 Aug 2017

Working Group Set Up to Preserve, Promote Rhodes Medieval City

Culture Minister Lydia Koniordou has announced the establishment of a working group with the aim to preserve and promote the Medieval City of Rhodes.

‘Thessaloniki 360ᵒ’ App Features City’s Landmark Sites

The Region of Central Macedonia has launched the “Thessaloniki 360ᵒ” application for mobile phones and tablets that includes information on the city’s sites of attraction.

Skyros Port Fund Raises Questions Over Waterway Delays

The Skyros Port Fund is calling on the government to assign the long-delayed waterway projects to the shipping, tourism and transport ministries.

Epidavros’ Residents, Visitors Walk the ‘Greek Paths of Culture’

Epidavros residents and visitors can now come closer to history and the environment while walking on the “Greek Paths of Culture” that recently opened in Epidavros in the Peloponnese.

Kythira Wildfire Contained, No Danger to Tourists

The wildfire that ravaged the Greek island of Kythira over the weekend has been partially contained, a spokesman for the Greek Fire Brigade has informed.

TUI Invests in Greece, Buys Land on Crete to Open New ‘Robinson Club’

TUI Group has acquired Stella Polaris Creta S.A., a subsidiary of the Greek Karatzis Group and owner of land on Crete, to open a new Robinson Club.
Posted On 04 Aug 2017

One-euro Levy for Every Cruise Traveler to Santorini 

Passengers visiting Santorini on a cruise ship will have to pay as of March 2018 a one-euro levy, according to the Port Authority plans.
Posted On 04 Aug 2017

First Floor of Kos Archaeological Museum Reopens

The first floor of the Archaeological Museum of Kos will reopen after it was temporarily closed for inspection following an earthquake in July.
Posted On 04 Aug 2017

Restoration Work at Kos Port Underway

The Greek Ministry of Infrastructure has started restoration work at the main port of Kos, which was damaged in an earthquake in July.
Posted On 03 Aug 2017