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Hotels In Athens Get Some Space

The Athens-Attica Hoteliers Association announced last month that it has finally succeeded to obtain free space in front of the city’s hotels to facilitate the comfortable entrance and exit of tourists to and from taxis, buses, coaches and cars.

According to a recent announcement, after years of pressure from the association’s part and with the assistance of the Athens Tourism and Economic Development Company, Athens City Council in September finally approved a measure within the framework of the city’s municipal parking system, which allows hoteliers in Athens to “reserve free space in front of hotels.”

The hotels are to be charged a fee payable to the municipality and receive three-year licences that are renewable.

Although parking is prohibited vehicles will be allowed to stop and disembark or board visitors.

This applies to hotels operating in the City’s jurisdiction and areas that are expected to join the City of Athens’ municipal parking system.

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Nikos is Greek-American born in New York, USA, and has lived in Greece for over 30 years. He is the managing editor of Greece's leading monthly travel and tourism guide, the Greek Travel Pages (GTP) since June 2008 and of news site GTP Headlines since its launch in September 2012. Nikos has also served as international press officer for the City of Athens and for the mayor. He has a degree in Mass Media and Communications, specializing in Journalism. Nikos is a native English speaker and speaks Greek fluently.

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