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Greece To Host University Students From Canada, Develop Educational Tourism

The Greek Tourism Ministry is planning to launch a hospitality program and host students from the Simon Fraser University in Vancouver, Canada.

TUI To Bring More Tourists To Greece Next Year

TUI tour operators will bring an additional 300,000 tourists to Greece next year, thus exceeding two million visitors, the CEO of TUI Travel PLC, Peter Long, was reported to have said during his recent visit to the country.

4th Athens Bike Festival Coming Up

Athens is a city with a growing cycling culture and an annual cycling festival in the heart of the city is a must for the increasing number of cyclists.

CNN: Mycenae Among “Must See” Ancient Sites In The World

The declared World Heritage Site of Mycenae, Greece, located about 90 kilometers southwest of Athens, has been chosen by American news network CNN as one of the 15 most important - but lesser known - archaeological destinations in the world.

UNWTO Accessible Tourism Recommendations Approved

The UNWTO recommendations on "Accessible Tourism for All" were recently approved and endorsed by the General Assembly.
off Signs Up For Travelport Merchandising Platform

Travelport and jointly announced a new distribution deal that will see become the next low cost carrier participant in the aggregated shopping component of Travelport’s merchandising platform.

Astra Airlines Announces Winter schedule

Thessaloniki-based Astra Airlines announced its 2013 winter flight schedule, which will be effective from 27 October 2013 to 29 March 2014.

Olympic Air Offers Promotional Fares On Domestic Network

Greek carrier Οlympic Air is offering special promotional fares for one-way trips within its domestic network from/to Athens.