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Covid-19: Greek Tourism Support Measures to be Announced this Week

The Greek government is expected this week to announce support measures for the country's tourism sector in response to the Covid-19 pandemic.

Greece Extends 14-day Quarantine for all Int’l Arrivals by Air

Greece is extending the 14-day self-quarantine required for anyone crossing its borders by air, until the end of May.

Germany Wants Global Travel Ban to be Lifted by June 14

Germany is aiming for the worldwide travel ban to be lifted on June 14 and replaced by a travel advisory that would inform of which destinations were open to visitors.

Greece’s Restaurants, Cafes and Bars to Reopen on May 25

Greece’s restaurants, cafes and bars, which have been closed as part of Covid-19 containment measures, will reopen to the public with new rules on May 25.

ESM Credit Line Now Open, Greece Could Save up to €800m

Greece could save up to 800 million euros in interest rates over the next decade, if it chooses to use the European Stability Mechanism's (ESM) credit line.

Visiting Greek Archaeological Sites post-Covid-19: Safety Measures and Rules

Archaeological sites throughout Greece have reopened their gates, following a two-month shutdown as part of the government's measures to fight Covid-19.

Η Revival δίνει λύσεις στην εφαρμογή των υγειονομικών πρωτοκόλλων των ξενοδοχείων

H Revival προχώρησε πρόσφατα στην εφαρμογή του προτύπου B&W Cert της Swiss Approval, σε δύο ελληνικά ξενοδοχεία.

Coordination Actions Needed to Restart Cruise and Yachting in Greece

The suspension of all cruise activity for two months, due to Covid-19-related restrictions, is expected to lead to 78 million euros in lost revenue for Greece, says the Piraeus Chamber of Commerce and Industry.

Sojern: Greece Attracting Interest from European and Middle Eastern Travelers

As European countries begin to ease their lockdown restrictions, some travelers are already looking at the potential of a holiday in Greece during Q3, according to Sojern.

Greece Chairs EU’s Committee of Ministers with a Covid-19 Focus

Addressing the Covid-19 crisis is among the top priorities of Greece as Chair of the Committee of Ministers of the Council of Europe for the second half of 2020.

EU Calls for Voluntary Use of Virus-tracing Apps to Fight Covid-19

The EU is encouraging the voluntary use of virus-tracing apps so that citizens can be warned of a potential Covid-19 infection when they travel.

‘The Mykonos Project’ Gets Green Light from Council of State

The Council of State has given the green light for the development of “The Mykonos Project”, a major tourism investment on the popular Greek island of Mykonos.

Nafplion’s Perivoli Country Hotel & Retreat Invests in Sustainable Tourism

The Perivoli Country Hotel & Retreat in Nafplion, Greece, has invested in sustainable tourism to provide guests with modern eco-friendly hospitality services.

#OlaKala: Mouzenidis to Promote Greece Through Live Events on Facebook

Aiming promote Greece as a safe tourism destination, Mouzenidis Group is launching a series of Facebook live events in English under the title: #OlaKala (everything is fine).

Emirates Resumes Passenger Flights to Nine Destinations

Emirates, as of May 21, will operate scheduled flight services to nine destinations including London Heathrow, Frankfurt, Paris, Chicago, Toronto and Sydney.

Rhodes: One of the Safest Tourism Destinations in the World – Message from Vice Mayor

"Rhodes remains one of the most popular and safest tourist destinations in the world," says the island's Vice Mayor of Tourism Konstantinos S. Taraslias.