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Greece a Top Choice for UK Holidaymakers Ready to Travel

More than half of UK travelers are planning a trip abroad in the next 12 months with Greece among their top choices, says data released by the Association of British Travel Agents.

Minister Kikilias Says Tourism and Trade Go Hand in Hand

Greece’s tourism and trade sectors are strongly linked and contribute directly or indirectly to the Greek economy, according to Tourism Minister Vassilis Kikilias.

Greece Launches ‘Smotel’ Brand for Small Hospitality Units

Small hotel operations in Greece will now be represented under the brand “Smotel” launched by the Greek Confederation of Tourist Accommodation Enterprises (SETKE).

Greece Considers Scrapping Covid Certificate for Restaurants

Greek authorities are considering the removal of most Covid-19 measures by Easter, including the need to present a vaccination certificate to enter restaurants, bars and entertainment venues.

New EU Mechanism Detects Fake Covid Certificates

The European Commission has adopted a mechanism to revoke fraudulent or erroneous EU Digital COVID Certificates.

Sommet Education Releases ‘The State of Hospitality 2022’ Insight Report

Industry leaders from around the world have contributed to “The State of Hospitality 2022” insight report by Sommet Education, the education group specializing in hospitality management.

Greece Partners with ALIPH Foundation to Protect Cultural Heritage in Conflict Areas

Greece has pledged to support the efforts of the ALIPH Foundation to protect cultural heritage sites in conflict areas.

Kythira’s ‘Astikon’ Joins Historic Cafes Route

The historic “Astikon” café on the Greek island of Kythira has joined the Historic Cafés Route, an organization representing European cafés with a history of over 100 years.

‘Kālesma’ Invites Travelers to Live an Authentic Mykonian Easter Experience

The Kālesma luxury hotel on Mykonos is inviting travelers to live an authentic Greek Easter experience on the island.

EasyJet Removes Mandatory Use of Masks on Some Routes

Easyjet has announced that as of March 27 its customers and crew will no longer be required to wear masks on some of its flights.

Ανακαλύψτε τη νέα σειρά στρωμάτων Kourtis Bedding για ξενοδοχεία

Η εταιρεία Κούρτης συστήνει στους ξενοδόχους την ολοκληρωμένη σειρά στρωμάτων Kourtis Bedding για μία μοναδική εμπειρία ύπνου.

Έρχεται τον Οκτώβριο στην Αθήνα το B2B Travel & MICE Event

Μετά από την επιτυχημένη διεξαγωγή του στην Θεσσαλονίκη, το Β2Β Travel & MICE Event έρχεται τον Οκτώβριο και στην Αθήνα.