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‘Athens Full of Tourists’ as Greece Extends Tourism Season

Despite it being the end of September, Athens is still “full of tourists” from all over the world, according to Greek Tourism Minister Vassilis Kikilias.

Global Tourism Picking Up Pace but Still Behind 2019

International tourism continued to show strong signs of recovery, with arrivals reaching 57% of pre-pandemic levels in the first seven months of 2022.

Jet2 Adds New Routes to Greece, Increases Seat Capacity to 1.3 Million

Jet2 has announced an expanded 2023 program for Greece that includes new routes, increase of seat capacity and extended seasons.

GNTO Chief Sees Great Tourism Potential in Piraeus

Greek National Tourism Organization (GNTO) President Angela Gerekou sees Piraeus as a city that can evolve into a popular city break destination offering culture and gastronomy as some of its main attractions.

Radisson Hotel Group Announces Record Growth Year in Greece

Radisson Hotel Group has announced a record year of growth for Greece with the signing of two hotels in Athens and the opening of two resorts on Mykonos and Skiathos.

Savoy Hotel in Piraeus Opens with Refurbished Look

The improvement plan of the historic Savoy Hotel in Piraeus is near completion with the property’s common areas, restaurant, lobby and event halls already sporting a new look.

AEGEAN Tops Customer Satisfaction for 11th Year at Skytrax World Airline Awards

AEGEAN, for the 11th consecutive year, has been named Best Regional Airline in Europe at the World Airline Awards by Skytrax.

Ultra-runners to Set Off for the 40th Spartathlon from the Acropolis on Friday

Nearly 400 super athletes from across the globe will set off from Athens on September 30 to run 246km to the Peloponnesian town of Sparta for this year’s “Spartathlon” ultra marathon.