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Small Greek Hotels To Be Excused From OAEE Contributions

Owners of some 20,000 small Greek hotel units with a capacity of less than 10 rooms are expected soon to be excused from mandatory insurance contributions to the Self-Employed Workers’ Insurance Organization (OAEE), the Hellenic Chamber of Hotels said today, 4 March, in a press...

ΞΕΕ: Νέες Ασφαλιστικές Ρυθμίσεις Για Τα Τουριστικά Καταλύματα Κάτω Των 10 Δωματίων

Δρομολογήθηκε λύση από τον Υπουργό Εργασίας Γιάννη Βρούτση για ένα από τα πιο σοβαρά προβλήματα που απασχολεί τα ξενοδοχειακά καταλύματα κάτω των 10 δωματίων που αφορά την υποχρεωτική ασφάλισή τους ...

Porto Kea Suites Joins Small Luxury Hotels Of The World

Porto Kea Suites Hotel on Kea Island in the Cyclades has joined Small Luxury Hotels of the World, a luxury brand for the world’s finest small, independent hotels.

Messinia Gastronomy To Be Promoted Through Three-Day Seminar

Costa Navarino will host a three-day seminar aimed to promote and establish Messinian cuisine, promote local products, improve the region's offered gastronomy and tourism product and upgrade the services in the catering sector.

Greece Gets Ready For ITB Berlin 2013

Greece’s new communication approach to international markets will be displayed at leading travel trade show ITB Berlin taking place this week from Wednesday 6 March to Sunday 10 March at the Messe Berlin International Convention Center.

Indian Embassy Announces New Visa Processing

The Embassy of India in Athens has introduced "Biometric Enrolment" for visa applicants. The new process is being implemented gradually in all countries.

Two New Metro Stations To Open Next Month, More To Follow

The two new metro stations of Peristeri and Anthoupoli on the western extension of line 2 (red line) in Athens will open and begin serving passengers in early April, it was recently announced.

Hewlett-Packard Launches Transit Center In Piraeus

Piraeus is now an international transit hub following the signing of an agreement on Friday, 1 March, between American IT firm Hewlett-Packard (HP), Chinese shipping giant Cosco and Greek state railway Trainose for the use of Dock II in Piraeus Port.