Race car lovers take your seats as some of the world’s best drivers participate in the annual Seajets 2015 Acropolis Rally, to kick off on Saturday, October 10, in front of the “Dionysos" restaurant, at the foot of the Acropolis in Athens.
Police officers on bikes will be patrolling Athens’ historic center as well as Thessaloniki neighborhoods as part of a Greek Police force pilot program aiming to boost protection and services for residents and visitors.
In efforts to inform travel-related businesses and professionals on the latest trends as well as examine the impact of the internet on travel, Travel@Google recently organized a day event in Athens titled “The Way We Travel”.
Whether it’s a great view, soothing comfort, delectable food or just good old hospitality you’re after, then the Hotel Porto Veneziano, located on the picturesque Venetian harbor of Chania, Crete, is the place to be.
Greek travel group Marine Tours has announced that it will participate in this year’s “Global Oil & Gas Black Sea and Mediterranean” exhibition and conference, to be held at Athens’ Metropolitan Expo on September 23-24.
The Greek Tourism Confederation (SETE), Greece’s main industry body, is anticipating some 26 million international visitor arrivals and revenue above 14.5 billion euros this year, provided that the country’s market conditions are stable.
Greece may have found itself between a rock and a hard place this summer with everything from capital controls and political instability to lingering talk of a “grexit” and a painful refugee influx but it appears that nothing managed to keep tourists aside.
Greece is steadily growing into a leading destination for those ready to tie the knot, with all the more resorts and boutique hotels across the country and on its isles ready to offer everything from legal arrangements to the best cake.