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Greece Can Achieve Pre-pandemic Tourism Levels in 2022, Says Central Bank

Greece can achieve pre-pandemic 2019 tourism levels in 2022 provided the sector diversifies its product and attracts more investments, says the Bank of Greece.

Greece 2.0 Recovery Tool to Fund Key Tourism Projects

Greece has approved 55 projects, including key tourism investments, budgeted at 3.35 billion euros to be funded by the national recovery plan “Greece 2.0”.

Study: Greek Airports Among Europe’s Least Affected by Covid-19 in 2021

Despite the Covid-19 crisis, Greek airports were among those in Europe that managed to post the fewest losses in 2021, according to Eurocontrol.

Greek PM: €400m to Aid Businesses, Households Hit with Energy Rises

Greece will grant 400 million euros in aid to households and businesses impacted by increasing energy costs, Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis said.

More Shipping Companies Bet on Greece

More and more shipping companies are choosing to base their operations in Greece, which saw the number of ships registered on its national cadastre increase in 2021.

Cyprus Updates Covid-19 Testing Rules for Inbound Travelers

Inbound travelers to Cyprus must now present a negative PCR test result taken 72 hours before departure.

Parthenon Frieze Fragment to Return to Greece from Italy

The Acropolis Museum in Athens, will soon receive a fragment of the eastern frieze of the Parthenon, from Italy's Museo Archeologico Antonio Salinas.

Greek Ministries Sign MoC to Protect Sites, Monuments from Climate Effects

The Greek culture and climate change ministries have signed a memorandum of cooperation with the aim to protect the country’s archaeological sites from the impact of climate change.

CDC Cruise Advisory Triggers Royal Caribbean Response

Cruise giant Royal Caribbean is among companies “disappointed” with a CDC warning advising travelers against cruise travel, even those who are vaccinated.

Anastazia Luxury Suites & Spa Receives Green Key Eco-label for 5th Consecutive Year

The Anastazia Luxury Suites & Spa, located in the northern suburbs of Athens, for the fifth consecutive year has been awarded with the Green Key eco-label for its sustainability tourism practices.