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Greek Hoteliers to Host, Offer Work to Ukrainian Refugees 

Hoteliers in Greece are ready to open their hotels to host and provide employment to displaced Ukrainians following Russia’s invasion of the country, says Hellenic Hoteliers Federation President Grigoris Tasios.

Mykonos, Paros and Santorini Maintain Investment Dynamic

Eight Greek destinations, including Mykonos, Paros and Santorini, are among 30 in the Mediterranean ensuring the highest returns and keeping strong investment dynamic, according to a report by Algean Property.

Greece Sets Rules for Ship – Plane Wreck Diving Tourism

Authorities in Greece have approved a set of rules that will allow recreational divers to access dozens of ship and plane wreck sites across the country.

Peloponnese Tourism Body Aims to Tap Into Argos – Nafplio Industrial Heritage

The Peloponnese Tourism Organization has plans to develop the industrial sites of the Argos and Nafplio areas, aiming to offer an alternative tourism form to visitors in Greece.

Elounda Hills: High-end Resort Investment in Greece Continues as Planned

Crete’s Elounda Hills tourism investment continues as planned, according to a representative of Mirum Hellas, the Russian-interest company responsible for the project.

European Travel Commission Stands in Solidarity with Ukraine

The European Travel Commission (ETC), representing national tourism organisations of Europe, condemns the military aggression by the Russian Federation and expressed solidarity with the people of Ukraine.

Halkidiki Applauds Restart of Billund-Thessaloniki Charter Flights for 2022

Prima Holidays and Primo Tours are launching Halkidiki travel packages that include charter flights to Thessaloniki from Billund in Denmark.

Brits Have Sights Set on Greek Islands for 2022

The Greek islands are expected to lead the destination preferences of British travelers for 2022, with leading UK media highlighting some of Greece's most popular hotspots.

Aegina’s Ancient Temple of Aphaea to Get Lighting System

Greece’s Central Archaeological Council has given the green light for the ancient temple of Aphaea on the island of Aegina to get a new lighting system.

‘O by Myconian Collection’ Opening in May on Mykonos

‘O by Myconian Collection’, a new luxury beachfront hotel, will open on the popular Greek island of Mykonos in May.

ITB Berlin Convention 2022 Begins

The virtual ITB Berlin Convention will kick off on March 8 with topics focusing on the Covid-19 pandemic and the challenges of geopolitical conflicts and crises.

UNWTO: Guidelines for Businesses to Better Address Needs of Women in Tourism

The World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) has released a new set of guidelines to help both governments and businesses better address the needs of women in the tourism sector.

«Τρέχουμε για τον αυτισμό» στον 6ο Αγώνα Δρόμου Πόλης Παπάγου-Χολαργού

Ο Δήμος Παπάγου – Χολαργού θα διεξάγει τον 6ο Αγώνα Δρόμου Πόλης Παπάγου – Χολαργού - "Τρέχουμε για τον αυτισμό" την Κυριακή 3 Απριλίου.

«Κυριακές στην Αθήνα» με δωρεάν εκπαιδευτικές δράσεις για παιδιά και γονείς

Ο Δήμος Αθηναίων προσκαλεί παιδιά από 3-17 ετών και τους γονείς τους να συμμετάσχουν στις «Κυριακές στην Αθήνα», μία σειρά συναρπαστικών εκπαιδευτικών και ψυχαγωγικών δράσεων δημιο...