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UK Keeps Greece on ‘Safe List’ for Travel

Britain has kept Greece on its "quarantine-free" list of countries to and from which travelers can enter the UK without a mandatory 14-day isolation.

Greece to Allow More Israeli Tourists

The Greek government has agreed to double the number of Israeli tourists allowed to visit the country from 600 to 1,200 per week as of September 1.

Athens Hotels 7-month Occupancy Down by 49.2% Due to Covid-19

Athens hotels suffered a major blow due to Covid-19 in the first seven months of the year, marking a 49.2 percent decline in occupancy rates.

Greece – Cyprus Ferry Link Expected to Launch by Summer 2021

A passenger ferry service between mainland Greece and Cyprus may be ready to launch by the summer of 2021, Cypriot Deputy Shipping Minister Vasilios Demetriades said.

More Super Yachts Sailing Greek Waters

Greece is steadily evolving into a luxury destination, with all the more yachting lovers choosing to sail Greek waters.

Study: Coronavirus Affecting Leisure Travel More

Leisure travel appears to be among the hardest-hit segments with business travel the least affected by the coronavirus pandemic, a study reveals.

Amalia Hotel Athens Ready to Reopen on August 28

The Amalia Hotel Athens will reopen its doors on August 28, to welcome travelers to the Greek capital.

Lufthansa Group: No Rebooking Fees Until December

The Lufthansa group airlines are changing their ticket fare structure until the end of December, offering travelers the option to rebook fares several times free of charge.

Final Countdown for The Authentic Marathon Swim Event on Evia

Only a few days to go until The Authentic Marathon Swim event, that will take place on Evia, from September 4-6.