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Greece Updates Rules for Ferry Travel from the Mainland to the Islands

The Greek authorities have announced some changes to the rules for ferry travel from the mainland to the islands.

COVID-free μαγαζιά: Τι αλλάζει από 15 Ιουλίου – 20 ερωτήσεις και απαντήσεις

20 ερωτήσεις και απαντήσεις συνέταξε η κυβέρνηση, προκειμένου να ενημερωθούν οι πολίτες σχετικά με τη νέα φάση της Επιχείρησης Ελευθερία – «Χτίζουμε τ...

BoG: Tourism Uncertainty May Slow Greek Economy Rebound

Although the Greek economy is showing signs of recovery, the uncertainty due to emerging Covid-19 virus mutations and their potential impact on tourism pose a risk, says the Bank of Greece.

Study: Greece Holding Strong in EU Short-term Rental Demand

Greece is holding strong in Europe in terms of overnight short-term rental bookings, according to a study released by Eurostat, the EU’s statistical agency.

Netherlands Puts Greece Under Code ‘Yellow’ for Travel

The Dutch government has updated its travel advisory for the EU, with all of Greece changing to ‘yellow’ (limited measures against Covid-19).

Travelers from Canada, Qatar, Saudi Arabia Should be Allowed to Enter the EU, Says Council

Canada, Qatar, and Saudi Arabia are among the countries for which the European Council recommends member states to lift restrictions for travel into the EU.

Hellinikon Project: Demand on the Rise for Homes on Athenian Riviera

A total of 9,000 homes with going rates as high as 25,000 euros/m2 will be constructed at Hellinikon along the Athenian Riviera, according to the head of Lamda Development that is undertaking the project.

Delta Resumes Daily Nonstop Flight Between Atlanta and Athens

US carrier Delta Air Lines will resume its nonstop daily flight from Atlanta, Georgia, to Athens, Greece, from July 2.

Dubai-based DMC ‘Cosmobeds’ Opens Office in Greece

Cosmobeds, a Global Wholesaler and DMC specialist based in Dubai, has opened an office in Athens, Greece.

Stolen Picasso Painting Finds its Way Back to Greek Museum

A stolen 1939 painting offered to Greece by Pablo Picasso was recovered by police, found in the hands of a builder who broke into the country’s National Gallery nearly a decade ago.

EU Digital COVID Certificate for Travel Officially Takes Off

The EU Digital COVID Certificate, which will facilitate safe travel in the European Union during the Covid-19 pandemic, officially launched on July 1.