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Greece Announces Cabinet Reshuffle for ‘More Effectiveness’

Greece announced on Monday, a cabinet reshuffle aimed at making government functioning more effective.

Sofia Zacharaki Steps in as Greece’s New Deputy Tourism Minister

Sofia Zacharaki has been appointed Greece's deputy minister responsible for tourism education and special forms of tourism.

Greece: New Rent Relief Measures for January-February

Greek businesses forced to remain closed through to January 11 due to lockdown measures, will not have to pay rent for January, the finance ministry said.

Greece Upgrades Tourism Schools of Higher Education

The Ministries of Tourism and Education have taken the first step for the upgrade of Greece's tourism schools of higher education with the signing of a joint ministerial decision.

Covid-19 Drives Athens Airbnb Demand Down in 2020

Demand for Airbnb short-term rentals in Athens plunged in 2020 due to the Covid-19 pandemic, driving revenue down by 80%, according to an EY report.

Finance Ministry Issues Guidelines on Moving Tax Residence to Greece

The Greek Finance Ministry has issued guidelines aimed at other country nationals wishing to transfer their tax residence to Greece.

New Investor Alliance Enters Greek and Cypriot Tourism Market

Invel Real Estate, Prodea Investments, and Ioannis Papalekas Group have teamed up to create a strategic investment operation in tourism, accommodation and F&B.

Report: 21 Years of Airline Passenger Traffic Growth Wiped Out in 2020

The coronavirus pandemic and its consequences wiped out 21 years of global passenger traffic growth in 2020, according to a report by global aviation data firm Cirium.

National Gallery in Athens Expected to Open in March

The National Gallery in Athens is expected to open its doors in March, as the project for the revamp and expansion of its premises has entered its final phase.

Costa Cruises: New ‘Firenze’ Ship to Sail in the Mediterranean in 2021

The new Costa Firenze, scheduled to sail in the Mediterranean in 2021, represents a step forward towards the restart of the cruise industry, says Costa Cruises.