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Linkwise Provides ‘Travel Insights’ to Network Affiliates

Affiliate marketing company Linkwise recently held the first “Travel Insights” event for its network affiliates and presented the current trends in the tourism industry.

Attica Launches New Tourism Identity

The Region of Attica unveiled its new tourism identity and logo during the 33rd International Tourism Exhibition “Philoxenia”, which was recently held in Thessaloniki.

Greek Travel Agents Meet Ellinair at Athens Event

More than 100 representatives of major tourism enterprises attended an event in Athens held by Ellinair to present its products and services.

Attica Region Promoted as Meetings and Events Destination

A group of tourism professionals from the UK, specializing in congress tourism, recently visited Attica to explore its potential as a MICE destination.

Increased Traffic in Attica’s Ports Ahead of Aug. 15 Holiday

Thousands of holidaymakers are expected to sail today and during the next days from Attica’s main ports to the islands of the Saronic Gulf, the Dodecanese, Crete and the Cyclades.

Greek Seamen Suspend Planned Strike at Rafina Port

Greece’s ferry services from the port of Rafina will be conducted normally between August 1 and 3, as Greek Seamen decided to suspend their strike action.

Tourism Ministry Urges Visitors to ‘Discover North Athens’

Ways of promoting North Athens as a tourism destination were discussed between Tourism Minister Elena Kountoura and the region's Vice Governor George Karameros.

Attica’s Archaeological Sites, Museums to Remain Closed on July 29-30

Archaeological sites and museums in Attica will remain closed on July 29 and 30 due to a 48-hour strike called by Culture Ministry employees.

Sofitel Athens Airport Holds Blood Donation Drive

Five-star hotel Sofitel Athens Airport recently held a blood donation drive with the participation of its management and staff.

Attica’s Archaeological Sites, Museums to Remain Closed on Thursday Morning

Archaeological sites and museums in Attica will remain closed between 8 am and 11 am on Thursday, June 6, due to a three-hour work stoppage to be held by state guards.

‘Lufthansa Loves America’ and Launches Travel Contest in Athens

Lufthansa is inviting Athens' residents and visitors to pose in a retro Cadillac, participate in the “Lufthansa loves America!” contest and win tickets to North America.

Experiencing Two Sides of Greece

To fully experience all that Greece has to offer, it would be best to create a vacation itinerary that combines both its modern side and it's ancient past.

Five Regions Collect Most 2016 Travel Receipts in Greece

Five out of 13 regions in Greece accounted for the better part (87.5 percent) of the 12,749 million euros in travel revenue for 2016.

Kyvernitis Travel Sponsors EASE’s ‘Ambidextrous Leaders’ Conference

Kyvernitis Travel was among the sponsors of the 28th Conference of the Association of Chief Executive Officers (EASE) held with the participation of 500 business leaders.

Athens’ First ‘Greek Travel Show’ Ready to Kick Off

The first 'Greek Travel Show' will open its doors to holidaymakers on May 19-21 at the Helexpo-Maroussi Exhibition Center in Athens.

Innovation, Solutions, Know-how @ 100% Hotel Show in Greece

This year’s hotel market fair 100% Hotel Show, to kick off on November 25-28 at the MEC Peania, is all about innovation, solutions and know-how.

TAIPED: Open Electronic Tender for Sale/Lease of 14 Real Estate Assets in Greece

Greek state privatization fund TAIPED announced the launch of an open electronic tender for the sale/lease of 14 real estate assets located in Kavala, Attica, Lasithi, Chalkidiki, Rhodes, Argolida and Messinia.

100% Hotel Show Sets Sights on Further Tourism Growth

Hoteliers, entrepreneurs and international tourism professionals will have the chance to talk tourism at this year’s 100% Hotel Show, to take place on November 27-30 at the MEC exhibition center in Peania, eastern Attica.

August 15 Holiday: Tips on What to do in Athens While Greece Celebrates

Mid-August is a great time for residents and visitors to be in Athens city center as it is less crowded, there are no traffic jams and it is more quiet than usual. This may just be the best time to go out and really explore Athens center and Attica!

Athens Sees Rise in Jan-May Visitor Numbers

Visitor numbers were positive for Athens and Attica during the first five months of the year, the Athens - Attica & Argosaronic Hotel Association said in an announcement on Thursday.