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Licensing Procedures For Four Tourism Investments In Greece Near Completion

The licensing procedures for four major tourism investments on the islands of Kea, Milos and Ios and mainland Messinia (Peloponnese) are near completion, Greek Tourism Minister Olga Kefalogianni informed on 17 February.

The Municipality of Athens Announces Program To Support Entrepreneurship

The Municipality of Athens recently announced a program to support entrepreneurship in the Greek capital under the development plan The Athens Project.

Greece Expects Growth In Tourist Arrivals From Scandinavian Market This Year

Arrivals to Greece from all Scandinavian countries are expected to grow this year by an average 10-11 percent, the Greek Tourism Ministry concluded after the first dedicated travel and taste fair for Greece, Grekland Panorama, wrapped up in Stockholm.

Athens Among Cities With High Quality Hotel Service

Athens moved up a full 14 spots in the ranking of hotel service quality, according a recent survey conducted by holiday booking website Trivago.

Peloponnese Hoteliers Want United Promotion Of Destination

The strong unitary character of the recently launched Peloponnese Tourism Organization was presented to a room full of Greek hoteliers during the 3rd General Assembly of the Hellenic Chamber of Hotels held recently.

Free Guided Tours To Athens’ Archaeological Sites & Neighborhoods

The City of Athens Culture, Youth and Sports Organization and the Association of Licensed Tourist Guides are offering the Greek capital's residents the chance to meet the cultural richness and beauty of Athens through free guided tours by experienced and qualified tour guides.

Event On Startups To Be Held In Athens

The Founder Institute, the world’s largest startup accelerator for tech companies, has announced another event in Athens.

LOT Allows Electronic Device Use Throughout Flights

As of 17 February 2014, LOT passengers may use portable electronic devices, such as cell phones, tablets (in flight mode) and cameras, during all phases of flight, including takeoff and landing.