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Inexpensive Greek Shopping Center To Launch This Fall In Athens

A new and inexpensive shopping center, where Greek producers will sell their products straight to consumers, will launch this coming September in Athens, Greece.

New NSRF Program To Upgrade Greek Tourism

Improving the competitiveness of Greece’s tourism services and supporting new and innovative ideas are the main actions that will be put forward for the country's tourism sector, according to a new National Strategic Reference Framework (NSRF) for the Programming Period 2014-2020.

Emirates To Launch Milan-New York Service

Emirates has announced it will operate a Milan-New York service from 1 October 2013. The new service will boost Emirates' flights to New York to three daily.

UNICEF, Amadeus Partner To Improve Children’s Lives

Amadeus and UNICEF have come together to help shape a better future for the world’s most vulnerable children. The partnership will enable travel providers and sellers to raise funds for UNICEF by giving their customers the opportunity to make a micro donation when paying for...
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Συναντήσεις Συλλόγων ΕΟΤ Με ΞΕΕ, ΠΟΞ, ΓΕΠΟΕΤ

Οι διοικήσεις των φορέων του τουρισμού ανταποκρίθηκαν άμεσα στο αίτημα για συνάντηση με τα Διοικητικά Συμβούλια των Συλλόγων Υπαλλήλων ΕΟΤ και Διπλωματούχων Μηχανι...

Athens Among 10 Best European Budget Destinations

Athens, Greece, is included on the top 10 most popular European hotspots with the most affordable accommodations this summer.

Region of Western Greece Will Hold Tourism Forum

The Region of Western Greece will hold a forum today, Monday, 8 April, at the Porto Rio Hotel in Patras, the Peloponnese, to inform on its latest actions for the tourism sector.

Crete To Shine In Athens Next Month

The local products, traditional dishes and tourism services of Crete will be displayed next month at the TAE KWON DO stadium in Faliro, Athens, at the exhibition “Crete: The Great Meeting” organized by Promexpo and the region of Crete.