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Report: Greece To See Massive Increase In German Visitor Numbers This Year

Greek destinations are expected to see bookings by German travelers up by 52 percent this summer, compared with the same period in 2013, according to a recent report by GfK market research group.

Greek Tourism Industry Body Hopes For Reduction In Insurance Contributions

A reduction in insurance contributions could be the next best thing for Greek tourism following the lessened value-added tax rate on food services, according to the Association of Greek Tourism Enterprises (SETE).

Former Greek Tourism Minister Slams New Draft Bill

Former tourism minister Nikos Skoulas has suggested for the new draft bill for Greek tourism to be withdrawn and written from scratch with the assistance of the sector's professionals, workers and all of those who know and serve tourism.

Louis Cruises On Executive Committee Of CLIA Europe

Louis Cruises has been invited to join the Executive Committee of CLIA (Cruise Lines International Association) Europe, the body that represents leading cruise companies operating in Europe and has 43 members and 36 executive partners.

The Peloponnese Tours Europe

The Region of the Peloponnese in Southern Greece was promoted in London last week in a five-day exhibition hosted at the flagship National Geographic Store.

Greek-Russian Tourism Forum In Athens

Over 1,200 Russian travel agents and journalists will be in Athens, Greece, this April to participate in a Greek-Russian Tourism Forum.

UNWTO-UNESCO Anti-Trafficking Campaign To Launch At ITB Berlin

An anti-trafficking campaign aimed to engage tourists in the global fight against the illicit trafficking of persons, wildlife or cultural artifacts will be launched at ITB 2014.

Σχολιασμός του σχεδίου νόμου για τον τουρισμό από τον Νίκο Σκουλά, τ. Υπουργό Τουρισμού

"ΠΡΟΤΕΙΝΩ: Να αποσυρθεί το Νομοσχέδιο και να γίνει επεξεργασία από μηδενική βάση με τη συμμετοχή των τουριστικών φορέων, των εργαζομένων και όλων των ανθρώπων που γνωρίζουν και υπηρετούν τον τουρισμό"....