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Greek Tourism Sector Looking Forward to New Investments

Major investments for the tourism sector in Greece will begin to take place in the near future, according to government officials.

Minister of State: New Framework for Short-term Rentals in Greece Coming Up

Legislative measures to improve the framework for short-term accommodation rentals in Greece are on their way.

Hotel Workers in Greece to See Pay Rise After New Labor Deal Signed

The salaries of hotel employees in Greece will increase by 10.5% over the next two years, following the announcement of a new labor agreement.

Central Macedonia’s Film Office Promotes Region at FOCUS Event in UK

International cinema and TV professionals were recently informed on how big productions can be supported in Central Macedonia through the Region’s established Film Office.

Crete: New Collaboration to Promote Heraklion’s Gastronomy to Cruise Passengers

The port of Heraklion, Crete, will host a year round exhibition space that will introduce the local gastronomy to cruise passengers, according to an agreement signed between the city’s municipal and port officials.

Domes Resorts Acquires Authentic 1903 Mansion on Corfu, Launches ‘Reserves’ Concept

Domes Resorts & Reserves, a luxury hospitality group operating in Greece, launched its Reserves concept on the island of Corfu through an authentic 1903 mansion that it acquired.

AFEA Congress Wins Gold Honor at Event Awards 2022

AFEA Travel and Congress Services in Greece won the gold award for Best Conference at the Event Awards 2022.

Two Greek Restaurants Among World Culinary Awards Winners for 2022

Two Greek restaurants, Botrini’s in Athens and ALIOS ILIOS on Santorini, were honored at the World Culinary Awards 2022 ceremony in Dubai.

Elefsina European Cultural Capital 2023: Program of Events

The 2023 Eleusis European Capital of Culture program of events will see the participation of more than 300 artists from Europe, the United States and Asia.