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New Tourism Bill

Η βούληση του νομοθέτη.

Αδιαμφισβήτητα, το έργο του νομοθέτη είναι δύσκολο. Απαιτείται βαθιά γνώση στη θέσπιση κανόνων δικαίου που θα αντέξουν στο χρόνο, θα έχουν εφαρμογή, θα είναι κατανοητοί από την πλειοψηφία του λαού και όχι μόνο από τους επαγγελματίες του είδους και δε θα αλληλοαναιρού...

Greece’s Competitiveness Improves, Still Lowest-Ranked E.U. Country

This year Greece, after falling over the past several years, improves in the rankings of 148 countries from 96th place to the 91st in the Global Competitiveness Report 2013-2014, released on 4 September by the World Economic Forum.

South Aegean Region Joins E.U. Tourism Indicators System

The South Aegean Region has been selected as one of the regions in Europe to participate in the European Commission's pilot phase of the European Tourism Indicators System (ETIS) for sustainable management at destination level.

SETE Will Present Plan That Sees 24 Million Tourists Coming To Greece In 2021

A growth-oriented strategic plan for tourism that sees Greece welcoming 24 million international arrivals and collecting 18-19 billion euros in revenue on an annual basis by 2021, will be presented at SETE's 12th tourism and development conference next month.

The Greek Islands Shine At Condé Nast Traveller Awards

The Greek islands once again conquered a leading place in the "Best Islands" category at the recently announced annual Condé Nast Traveller Readers’ Travel Awards.

Following Aristotle’s Footsteps In The Chalkidiki Peninsula

"Aristotle's Walk," the first of eight historically-based walks in the Chalkidiki peninsula, will be presented to the public on Monday 9 September by the Mount Athos Area Organization.

Costa Navarino Among Top Choices At Condé Nast Traveller Readers’ Travel Awards

The Romanos resort at Costa Navarino has been named for the third consecutive year amongst the "Best Overseas Holiday Hotels: Europe, Turkey and Russia" at the annual Condé Nast Traveller Readers’ Travel Awards.

InSETE’s Administrative Director Announced

Yiorgos Amvrazis has been appointed as the administrative director of the SETE Institute (InSETE), which will operate by the Association of Greek Tourism Enterprises (SETE).

Minoan Lines: Πρόγραμμα κοινωνικού τουρισμού – 30% έκπτωση στα ακτοπλοϊκά εισιτήρια

Οι ΜΙΝΩΙΚΕΣ ΓΡΑΜΜΕΣ συνεχίζουν να προσφέρουν, για μια ακόμα χρονιά, έκπτωση 30% στους δικαιούχους του «ΠΡΟΓΡΑΜΜΑΤΟΣ ΚΟΙΝΩΝΙΚΟΥ ΤΟΥΡΙΣΜΟΥ».