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Privatization Fund Launches Tender For 14 Tourism Properties In Greece

TAIPED, Greece's privatization fund, has launched an open international tender for a cluster of public properties eligible to be developed into boutique hotels or luxury villas/mansions.

Draft Bill For Greek Tourism Passed By Special Parliamentary Committee

A draft bill that simplifies the procedures for the operation of tourism businesses, among other things, was passed in principle and by article by a special parliamentary committee on 2 July.

Crete’s Gastronomy As A Catalyst For Economic Growth

Crete's local products could lead the way to develop culinary tourism and wine tourism and thus attract more tourists to the popular island, according to Greek Tourism Minister Olga Kefalogianni.

Greek Holiday Property Market To Be Introduced In Sweden

Swedes will soon be fully informed on the Greek real estate sector in terms of tourism properties thanks to a new campaign in the works.

Mideast Travel Opens Three New Branches In Greece And Turkey

Greek company Mideast Travel has opened new branches in Glyfada, Mykonos and Istanbul, aiming to strategically expand its network in these three important tourist generating markets.

Iberia Resumes Flights To Athens, Greece

Spanish airline Iberia has resumed its year-round services connecting Athens and Madrid.

Travelport And TAME Sign New Full Content Agreement

Travelport and TAME, the flag carrier of Ecuador, recently announced a new, multi-year agreement.

Greek Cocktails Made With Cretan Ingredients Impress Exhibition Visitors

Top Greek bartenders from Athens and Crete recently got together in Rethymno at the 3rd Cretan Diet Festival and introduced a series of new cocktail recipes based on Cretan products.

Chocolate-Themed Photo Contest Launches In Greece

Get out your cameras, get creative with chocolate and take part in the chocolate-themed photo contest announced recently by the new Choco Factory and Museum and the Photography Center of Thessaloniki.