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Surge in Tourist Arrivals Fuels Greece Tourism Revenues in May 2022

Increasing international arrivals to Greece boosted travel receipts by 536.4% in May and by 547.9% in January‑May exceeding respective 2021 levels.

Greece Launches Charter Tourism with Flights to 3 Islands

The Greek islands of Astypalea, Kastelorizo and Milos recently welcomed the first ‘island hopping’ charter flights as part of Greece’s pilot program to introduce charter tourism.

Athens International Airport Best in Europe in Case of Flight Delay

Athens International Airport (AIA) has been ranked by travelers as Europe’s best airport to get stuck in should your flight be delayed, according to travel tech company Holidu.

Eurostat: Greek Beaches Have Excellent Water Quality for Swimming

Greece ranked third country in Europe with the most clean beaches for swimming on a list released by Eurostat.

New Luxury Resort ‘NOŪS’ Enters Santorini’s Hotel Scene

Santorini recently welcomed a new entry to its hotel scene: NOŪS, a luxury resort that blends the popular Greek island’s history with contemporary flair.

Trikala to Promote its Outdoor Activities at Germany’s TourNatur Expo

The Destination Management Organization of Trikala in Thessaly, Greece, is getting ready to present the area’s outdoor activities to the audience of the TourNatur 2022 expo next month in Germany.

Aria Hotels Planning to Offer ‘Air Taxi’ Services to Guests in the Future

Aria Hotels has announced that in the future it will provide access to electric vertical take-off and landing (eVTOL) aircraft to help its guests traverse Greece and its isles.

Poseidonion’s ‘On The Verandah’ Restaurant Puts Traditional Greek Classics on the Menu

The “On The Verandah” restaurant of the Poseidonion Grand Hotel on Spetses has unveiled its new menu that is highlighted by traditional Greek classics.

Thessaloniki to Create a Park Inclusive and Accessible for All

The Municipality of Thessaloniki will create its first "Park for All" in the area of Toumba, based on the principles of inclusiveness and accessibility.