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Athens Mayor Discusses His Agenda on Tourism, Culture

The Greek capital’s strong tourism performance this season and the prospects for growth in arrivals were discussed in a meeting on Friday between Athens Mayor George Kaminis and interim Alternate Tourism Minister Alkistis Protopsalti.

Head of Greek Tourism Confederation Hopes for Stability After Elections in Greece

On the occasion of the upcoming elections on September 20 in Greece, the president of the Greek Tourism Confederation (SETE), Andreas Andreadis, underlined the importance of political stability and the need for the country to implement necessary reforms.

Kos Hoteliers Call for Help as Revenue Slumps Due to Refugee Crisis

The revenue of hotels on Kos has dropped by seven million euros this year due to the massive influx of refugees and migrants to the island, according to the island's hoteliers association

World Tourism Day 2015 to Spotlight Tourism’s Ability to Drive Positive Change

"One Billion Tourists, One Billion Opportunities" will be the theme of this year’s World Tourism Day (WTD) on 27 September 2015.

Kalymnos Island Shows Natural Wonders to German Market

Kalymnos was presented as the absolute Greek alternative tourism destination at the Tour Natur 2015 tourism trade fair in Düsseldorf, Germany, during June 4-6.

Transat Invites Travellers to Join Them in the ‘Atmosphere’

Air Transat’s inflight magazine, Atmosphere, is now available for download on iOS and Android tablets free of charge in both English and French.

Go Light: SAS Rolls Out New Fare for Those Who Travel Light

SAS has introduced a hand baggage-only fare - SAS Go Light - on routes between Scandinavia and six European countries: Finland, France, Greece, the Republic of Ireland, the Netherlands and Spain.

‘Aegean to Black Sea’ Meet Explores Cultural Tourism Potential

International project “Limin - City-Ports from the Aegean to the Black Sea” held recently offered fresh insight into putting the shared heritage in the Aegean and Black Sea regions to the service of cultural tourism.