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Greece Opens to Flights from Turkey, Extends Covid-19 Travel Rules

Greece has lifted a ban on flights from Turkey and extended all Covid-19 travel rules concerning international arrivals from abroad.

Greece’s Tourism May Recover Up to 50% of pre-Covid 2019 Levels, Says NBG

Greece’s tourism sector in 2021 should be able to recover up to 50% of pre-Covid 2019 levels, according to a study by the National Bank of Greece.

Strict Covid-19 Measures Imposed on Zakynthos and Chania

Greek authorities have imposed a curfew and music ban at the popular destinations of Zakynthos and Chania, Crete, to contain the spread of Covid-19.

Greece Struggles to Save Olympics Birthplace as More Fires Break Out

As temperatures continue to soar in Greece, firefighters are battling forest fires in various parts of the country, including near Ancient Olympia and its temples.

Study: Low Income Greeks Can’t Afford Weeklong Holiday

Greeks receiving poverty-level pay can’t afford to take a weeklong holiday, according to a European Trade Union Confederation (ETUC) study on vacation inequality.

Athens Airport Sees Summer 2021 Supporting its Progressive Recovery from Covid-19

The lifting of movement restrictions since mid-May 2021 and the peak summer holiday period are supporting a progressive recovery for Athens International Airport (AIA).

Greece Looks to Promote its Tourism Villages Through UNWTO Initiative

The Greek Tourism Ministry is inviting the country’s villages to take part in an UNWTO initiative that will promote the ‘Best Tourism Villages’ of its member states.

Elivi Hotels Gets Go-ahead for Strategic Tourism Project on Skiathos

Elivi Hotels received the green light from Greek authorities to proceed with a 52-million-euro strategic tourism investment on the island of Skiathos.

ECOWEEK 2021 on Aegina: Activities on History, Tourism and Sustainable Design

ECOWEEK 2021 will be a hybrid event and include a series of online and in-situ activities on the Greek island of Aegina during August 29 - September 4.