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Covid-19 Case Count Rise in Attica Causes Concern

Greek health experts warn that emergency measures may have to be imposed on Attica due to the recent rise of Covid-19 cases in the region.

Greek Archaeologists Want Museums, Sites to Re-open Safely

The Association of Greek Archaeologists is calling for the re-opening of museums and sites with health protocols and free admission for the first month of operation.

Greek Hotels Work With RES Center for Greener Future

The Hellenic Chamber of Hotels and the Center for Renewable Energy Sources (CRES) have signed a memorandum aiming to tap into renewable energy technologies.

EASA: Boeing 737 MAX Safe to Return to Service in Europe

EASA has given its seal of approval for the Boeing 737 MAX to return to service in European skies after almost two years on the ground.

Greek PM Invites Key Stakeholders to Envision Greece of the Future

Fourteen Greek institutions will participate in the Greece 2040 Forum, an event organized by the Greece 2021 Committee that will map out the country's potential in the next 20 years.

EIB to Fund Small Scale Climate, Social Projects in Greece

The European Investment Bank (EIB) will allocate 200 million euros in funds to accelerate small-scale investments in Greece.

Air France-KLM: Rules for Entry to the Netherlands and France

The Air France-KLM group has released useful information on the Covid-19 health rules that have been announced for entry to the Netherlands and France.

Spontaneous Travel on the Rise in 2021, Says Report

Spontaneity will be the word of the year for travel in 2021, as a global study reveals that 89% of US travelers intend to be "more impulsive than ever".

Greece – China Discuss Agenda of 2021 Culture & Tourism Year

The Greek Culture Ministry has announced that the "Greece-China Year of Culture and Tourism" events will kick off in May and run through to May 2022.

Major Ongoing Cleanup Operation Taking Place in Athens

The Municipality of Athens is proceeding with a major cleanup operation in the city’s neighborhoods, as part of its ongoing efforts to improve the life of residents and visitors.

Kos’ Neptune Hotels Resort Receives HolidayCheck Special Award 2021

The Neptune Hotels Resort, Convention Centre & Spa on the Greek island of Kos has received the HolidayCheck Special Award for 2021.

ETC and Eurail Launch Award to Recognise Best Rail Tourism Campaigns

The European Travel Commission (ETC) and Eurail have launched a joint competition for the Best European Rail Tourism Campaign 2021, as part of the European Year of Rail (EYR) initiative.