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CNN: Although Over-Popular, Greece’s Acropolis Is Still Worth Visiting

The Acropolis in Athens is ranked second among the eight most over-popular places in the world that are still worth visiting, according to a list compiled by American news network CNN.

Greeks To Spend More On Travel In 2014

Greeks are planning to spend more money on trips this year, a new study has found.

Environmental Groups Slam Greek Coastal Development Bill

Environmental groups in Greece have slammed a draft law on coastal development prepared by the Greek Finance Ministry, claiming it will cause irreversible damage to Greece’s fragile ecosystem and in the long term damage its tourism sector.

Mykonos To Star In Promotional Campaign For Greece In Austria

A campaign for the promotion of Greece as an all year round destination for Austrian travelers will be centered around the Greek island of Mykonos.

Study: “Storytelling” Helps Brands Reach Global Travelers

Luxury brands that seek to target global travelers must create content that travels across borders, a new study by media agency UM has revealed.

Amadeus Launches New Platform For Airport Of The Future

Amadeus recently reinforced its commitment to developing the airport of the future with the launch of Amadeus Airport Common Use Service (ACUS), a next-gen airport platform capable of carrying out all passenger processing functions.

EasyJet Celebrates Shakespeare’s 450th Anniversary With World Record Performance

Low-cost airline easyJet celebrated the 450th anniversary of Shakespeare’s birth (23 April) with a Guinness World Record performance of his complete works during a flight to Italy.

Lufthansa Set Fuel-Efficiency Record In 2013

Lufthansa set a new company record for fuel-efficiency as last year the group’s passenger airlines beat the four-liter mark and achieved an average fuel consumption of 3.91 liters per passenger per 100km flown.