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Fires: Northern Evia Tourism Professionals Call for Added Aid 

Evia tourism professionals affected by the recent fires that burned most of the northern part of the island, are calling for additional non-returnable relief measures.

Study: Visitors to Crete Satisfied with Covid-19 Safety

Eight in 10 foreign travelers to Western Crete said they feel safe with regard to Covid-19 and expressed their satisfaction with overall adherence to health protocols.

Reopening Economy Boosts Q2 Business Turnover in Greece

The decision to ease Covid-19 restrictions and allow economic activity earlier this year, as well as the opening to tourists contributed to a recovery in Greek business turnover in the 2nd quarter of 2021.

Greece Experts Warn of ‘Harsh’ Autumn Ahead as Covid-19 Cases Soar

Greek health authorities expect the number of Covid-19 cases to soar in the autumn and will be announcing new measures next week.

Expedia Group: Strong Optimism as Int’l Travel Searches Rise in Q2

Travel search volumes continued to rise globally throughout Q2, according to the latest Trend Report for Travel Recovery released by Expedia Group Media Solutions.

Mount Olympus National Park Ticket Idea Sparks Reactions

The Greek government is reportedly examining the possibility of introducing a fee for admission to Mount Olympus National Park, sparking reactions from environmentalists and recreation groups.

Competition for Iconic Thessaloniki Square Facelift Completed

A competition calling for architectural proposals for the overhaul of Thessaloniki’s central Aristotelous Square has been completed.

GNTO Supports Summer Culture Festivals in Greece

The Greek National Tourism Organization (GNTO) has announced its support to a number of cultural events scheduled to take place in August and September in Greece.

Minoan Lines Supports Greece’s Wildfire Victims

Minoan Lines has announced its support to the victims of the recent wildfires that ravaged large parts of Attica and Evia earlier in August.

Athens Airport Hosts ‘Dress Like a Greek’ Exhibition

Athens Airport and the Benaki Museum present an exhibition dedicated to the official costumes introduced in Greece after the 1821 Greek War of Independence.

Angsana Corfu Resort & Spa: Ποιος ο ρόλος της αρχιτεκτονικής & του concept στη σήμανση του ξενοδοχείου

Η Hotelier Academy, με την Bratti Hotel Signage, αναλύει τους παράγοντες που έπαιξαν ρόλο στη διαμόρφωση των τελικών πινακίδων σήμανσης του Angsana Corfu Resort & Spa.