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Greek Tourism Promoted Via Crowd-Funding Initiative

“Greeks offer an excellent tourism product that millions of tourists enjoy year after year and we chose to support tourism because of its significant potential in re-starting the Greek economy,” Greek descent George Kleivokiotis told the press last month.

Greece Promoted Via Gay Segment At FITUR 2012

Santorini, Chalkidiki, Thessaloniki, Mykonos, Paros, Folegandros, Crete and Andros were introduced last month as destinations with ideal hotels for gay and lesbian tourists at this year’s international tourism trade fair FITUR, held in Madrid, Spain.

Athens Continues To Attract Tourists Despite Problems, Study

Athens continued to satisfy its visitors in 2011 despite the serious problems the destination faced in 2010, according to a study by GBR Consulting on customer satisfaction and the performance of hotels in Attica.

Athens’ Hoteliers Call For Immediate Attention Of City Center Image

“The hotels in Athens are collapsing,” was the comment of the Athens-Attica Hotel Association in a recent announcement in regards to the city’s hotel performance for the month of November 2011. Αccording to data from the association, the average hotel occupancy in Athens-Attica...

Halkidiki Hotel Association Holds Xmas Charity Event

Grigoris Tassios, president of the Halkidiki Hotel Association (right-standing), welcoming hoteliers, tour operators, political figures and local government representatives and friends who attended the association’s Christmas charity cocktail event.

Hilton Athens Holds Annual Xmas Brunch

Tina Toribaba, communications manager of Hilton Athens (center) with Greek journalists Sia Kosioni and Elena Papadimitriou at the Hilton Athens’ Christmas brunch in the Byzantine restaurant.

Cyprus Presents Tourism Goals At Xmas Event

Director of the Cyprus Tourism Organization'σ Greek branch Yiorgos Ioannidis with Cypriot entrepreneur Andreas Erotokritou and Cyprus Ambassador to Greece Iosif Iosif, at the organization's Christmas event held last December in central Athens.