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Greece – UAE Team Up for Tourism

Greece and the United Arab Emirates have announced a series of joint actions in tourism for the 2020-2022 period.

Athens Inks Accessibility Protocol with National Disability Group

Aiming to make the city more accessible, the Athens Municipality recently signed a protocol of cooperation with the National Confederation of Persons with Disabilities.

Zorpidis Travel Removes Istanbul from Tours Due to Hagia Sophia Decision

Athens-based tour operator Zorpidis Travel has removed visits to Istanbul from its itineraries following Turkey’s decision to convert the Hagia Sophia into a mosque.

Greek Authorities on High Alert for Wildfires

Greek authorities are on high alert after wildfires broke out across the country this week fueled by high temperatures and gale force winds.

Emirates Covers COVID-19 Expenses of Customers Diagnosed During Travel

Emirates offers its passengers free cover for COVID-19 medical expenses and quarantine costs, should they be diagnosed with the virus during their travel.

GlobalData: MICE Tourism May Never Fully Recover from Covid-19

MICE tourism has been hit hard by the global spread of Covid-19 and could be one of the last sectors to return to normality, says GlobalData.

Civitel Akali Hotel Invites Travelers to Chania on Crete

The Civitel Akali hotel has reopened its doors to provide its guests with a safe hospitality experience in the city of Chania on Crete.

Andriani’s Guest House Assures Safe Holidays on Mykonos

Andriani's Guest House, a hospitality property located in the main town of Mykonos, promises safe and carefree holidays.

Loizos Stylish Residences Welcomes Travelers Back to Santorini

Loizos Stylish Residences is open and welcoming travelers back to the island of Santorini.

Greece’s Tinos Island Promoted to Passengers of Fast Ferries

Fast Ferries is giving its passengers the chance to "travel" to the island of Tinos through a series of thematic videos screened on board its ferries.