Some 100 international professionals, 3,000 meetings and 155 Greek companies and suppliers talked tourism during the 4th Travel Trade Athens (TTA) event which took place in the Greek capital during October 2-3.
During October 2-3, over 95 buyers — tour operators, travel agents, conference and corporate meetings organizers — from 25 countries in Europe, Asia and America, will hold business meetings in Athens with 160 Greek tourism professionals and suppliers.
This year's Travel Trade Athens event, the signature annual trade event for the Greek capital, will focus on congress tourism. In its fourth year, the trade event will host over 85 tourism professionals, including tour operators and conference organizers, from the United States...
The first dedicated travel and taste fair for Greece and Cyprus "Grekland Panorama-CYPR" is getting ready to open in Warsaw and offer a true Greek experience to visitors and tourism professionals of Poland.
Greek tourism is expected to enjoy further growth in 2016 it was understood during the 36th World Travel Market (WTM), held November 2-5 on the fairgrounds of ExCeL–London. The WTM is the leading global event for the travel industry.
The Municipality of Athens has revamped the Greek capital's greeters program "This is My Athens" as part of a new campaign aimed to promote the multifaceted character of the city and to spread the message across the world.
The municipal authorities of the Greek capital will be welcoming travel bloggers through to October, who will have the chance to experience their “Perfect Day” in Athens during a series of three-day fam trips.
The newly released ICCA (International Congresses and Conventions Association) rankings for city destinations show Athens rising 20 places in the world ranking from 47th to 27th globally for hosting conferences and conventions.
Seventy employees of tourism enterprises in Athens have received certificates for successfully completing a series of Russian language seminars launched by the Athens Development & Destination Management Agency (EATA) in cooperation with Mouzenidis Group.
Recognizing the enormous potential of a dynamically developing sector, the Athens Development & Destination Management Agency (EATA) presented a study on the industry of private health services and medical tourism at the International Health Tourism Convention held in the Greek...
Whether it’s traditional markets like Germany or new markets like Central and Eastern Europe, Athens is gaining ground as a leading tourism destination thanks to the joint efforts of the Athens Convention & Visitors Bureau (ACVB), the municipal Development and Tourism Promotion...