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University of Piraeus Opens Department of Tourism Studies

The University of Piraeus announced the establishment of the Department of Tourism Studies, which aims to provide students with education on tourism and hospitality.

June Airbnb-style Rentals Picking Up Pace in Greece

All the more Greeks are opting to rent out their homes short term in June through Internet platforms, marking a 40 percent increase compared to 2014.

Tourism Strategy Takes Center Stage in Kountoura-SETE Talks

Tourism Minister Elena Kountoura met with the newly elected board of the Greek Tourism Confederation (SETE) to discuss joint strategies.

HAPCO-TCB Join Forces to Stimulate Conference Tourism in Greece

The Hellenic Association of Professional Congress Organizers (HAPCO) and the Thessaloniki Convention Bureau (TCB) discussed on ways of promoting conference tourism.

TAIPED Announces ‘Preferred Investor’ for Thessaloniki Port Authority

A consortium of three companies has been announced as the preferred investor for the acquisition of the 67% of the Thessaloniki Port Authority.

SEGAS, Attica Region Team Up to Promote Fitness, Sports Tourism

Encouraging mass participation in sports and promoting Attica as a sports destination are at the center of an agreement between SEGAS and the Attica Region.

Greece’s Tourism Museum Opens its Doors in Athens

Important information on the history of Greece’s tourism industry can be discovered at the new Tourism Museum that has opened its doors in Athens.
Posted On 19 Jun 2017

UNWTO Condemns US Travel Restrictions on Cuba

The World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) expressed its firm resentment over the decision by the United States Administration to restore travel restrictions with Cuba.

WTTC: Trump Statement to ‘Enforce the Ban on Tourism’ is a Retrograde Step for the Cuban People

The World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC) said that it is disappointed with President Trump’s plan to reverse key elements of the trading relationship between the US and Cuba.
Posted On 16 Jun 2017

Greece’s Deal with Creditors Puts Tourism, Business Sectors at Ease

Greek tourism professionals hope that the deal reached between Greece and its lenders will lift the lingering uncertainty and allow tourism to grow.