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Greek Hotels a Big Part of Greece’s Tourism Success in 2022

The hotel sector contributed greatly to Greece’s tourism success in 2022, according to the Hellenic Chamber of Hotels.

Greece’s New Tourism Drive to Focus on Sustainability  

Greece’s new tourism campaign will focus on sustainability, environmental protection, green entrepreneurship and the blue economy, Greek Tourism Minister Vassilis Kikilias has announced.

ForwardKeys: City Tourism Picking Up as Travel to Europe Grows in Q4

City tourism is picking up in the fourth quarter (Q4) of 2022 driving recovery in Europe, says travel intelligence provider ForwardKeys.

EU Allows 5G on Planes and WI-FI on the Road

Passengers on EU flights will be able to use their mobile phones to full capacity after the European Commission updated its implementing decision on inflight 5G technology.

Greece Tops ‘World’s Most Popular Luxury Cruise Destinations’ List in October

Greece and the ports of Piraeus, Santorini, Mykonos and Rhodes were among the most requested luxury cruise destinations in October, according to a report by CruiseCompete.

Greece Partner Country of Finland’s Matka 2023 Travel Expo

The Matka Nordic Travel Fair, one of northern Europe’s largest travel events, returns in January 2023 in full force with Greece as its partner country.

European Tourism Issues Discussed in Thessaloniki

Sustainable tourism and the labor shortage/skills gap in the industry were the main issues discussed at the European Travel Agents’ and Tour Operators’ Associations’ recent semi-annual meeting in Thessaloniki.

Eastern Halkidiki Travel Packages Introduced to Polish Tour Operators

Polish tour operators were introduced to the diverse travel packages for holidays in Eastern Halkidiki, Northern Greece.

Athens Welcomes Christmas with Tree Lighting on December 1

Athens will usher in the Christmas season on December 1 with a brilliant tree lighting ceremony on central Syntagma Square, launching this year’s 38-day program of holiday events.