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Mykonos Most Expensive (But Not Most Popular) For Greek Three-Day Weekend

The most expensive Greek destination for the upcoming bank holiday weekend (Agiou Pnevmatos holiday) is Mykonos but it is not the most popular, as Greeks have focused their attention on Fira, Santorini, according to online booking company Trivago.

Ministry Announces “Tourism for All” Discount Vacation Program For Greeks

This season's “Tourism for All” discounted vacation program for Greeks will run as of July 2013 until May 2014 under a budget of five million euros, according to an announcement made today, 20 June, by the Greek Tourism Ministry.

Το πρόγραμμα “Τουρισμός για Όλους” 2013-2014 ανακοίνωσε η υπουργός κυρία Όλγα Κεφαλογιάννη

Η υπουργός Τουρισμού κυρία Όλγα Κεφαλογιάννη ανακοίνωσε σήμερα στο υπουργείο Τουρισμού, το πρόγραμμα «Τουρισμός Για Όλους» 2013-2014, συνολικής δαπάνης 5 εκ. ευρώ....

ANEK Lines Represents Greece At Transport Logistics Expo

ANEK Lines was one of the five Greek companies that participated this year in “Transport Logistics 2013,” the world's largest exhibition for transport and logistics, held in Munich 4-7 June.

Amadeus Signs Content Agreement With China Airlines Group

Amadeus, a leading technology partner for the global travel industry, has signed an extensive long-term content agreement with China Airlines Group.

Costa Navarino To Welcome Olympic Champion Nikos Kaklamanakis

Olympic gold medalist and sailing champion Nikos Kaklamanakis will visit Costa Navarino on Wednesday, 26 June, as part of a tour in Messinia to promote “lifelong fair play.”

Passengers Vote Aegean Airlines As Best Regional Airline in Europe

Aegean Airlines was honored for the third consecutive year with the "Best Regional Airline in Europe" award, presented by SKYTRAX at the 2013 World Airline Awards.

Etihad Again Tops Skytrax First Class Awards

Etihad Airways has swept the Skytrax World Airline Awards' First Class category, receiving all three awards, for the second year in a row.