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Tourists seen at the monumental gateway of Hadrian's arch in the center of Athens. Upon releasing data on bookings in the Greek capital, the Athens-Attica Hotel Association recently referred to “a depressing performance of the destination and its hotels.”

Athens Tourism Sees Slight Increase Due To Calm Image

The fact that Athens is showing a calmer image and no longer making headlines that refer to strikes, demonstrations and street riots has contributed to the rise in tourism in the Attica region, Greek hoteliers informed journalists during a recent press conference.

Greek Museums, Sites See Increase In Visitors

Greek museums and archaeological sites saw an increase in visitation levels last May, according to the Greek statistical authority, ELSTAT.

Hersonissos Launches Map To “Land Of Experiences”

The Municipality of Hersonissos on Crete has launched a new map for tourists to inform them on all the experiences the municipality has to offer.

Creta Maris Gives Guests A Lesson In Cretan Grape Harvest

Guests at the Creta Maris Beach Resort recently took part in an authentic Cretan agricultural activity and assisted in the grape harvest.

ANEK LINES Announces Ferry Fare Discounts

Ferry company ANEK LINES has announced new special discounts on ferry tickets for passengers traveling to Chania, Crete.

Philosopher Aristotle’s Trail Presented To The Public

“Aristotle’s Walk,” the first of eight historically-based walks in the Chalkidiki peninsula, was recently presented to the public by the Mount Athos Area Organization.

Jet Airways Renews Content Agreement With Travelport

Travelport announced the multi-year renewal of its content agreement with Jet Airways, India’s premier international airline, and its wholly owned subsidiary, Jet Lite.

New Etihad Cargo Freighters Symbolize Expansion Strategy

Etihad Cargo has taken delivery of three new Boeing and Airbus wide-body freighters, bringing the carrier’s expanding fleet to nine aircraft, and heralding a massive 62 percent increase in tonnage uplift capability.