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Study: UK Prices for Package Holidays to Greece Soar

Package holidays to Greece for a week will cost British travelers 30% more this year compared to 2022, according to UK consumer association Which?.

Greek Tourism Businesses Eligible for Energy-saving Upgrades

The Greek government is allocating €100 million to tourism enterprises that want to invest in energy saving upgrades.

Greece’s Tourism Industry Prioritizes Sustainability and Infrastructure

The Greek Tourism Ministry is focusing on achieving sustainability, implementing infrastructure works and extending the tourist season.

Ferry Travel: Greek Seamen Announce 48-hour Strike for February 8-9

Ferries will stay docked at ports across Greece during February 8-9 after the Pan-Hellenic Seamen’s Federation (PNO) announced a 48-hour strike.

Dutch Tourist Flows to Greece Up by 31% in 2022

Demand by Dutch travelers for Greece is going strong on the back of a good year in 2022, according to the Greek National Tourism Organization (GNTO).

Curio Collection by Hilton to Debut on Rhodes with Lindian Village Beach Resort

Hilton has announced the opening of its first Curio Collection branded hotel on the Greek island of Rhodes in the Dodecanese.

Irish Tourists Opt for Holidays on the Greek Islands

The Greek islands are among the Top 10 Fly ‘N’ Flop Destinations for travelers from Ireland in 2023, says a list released by the Irish Independent.

Korean Air to Resume More European Routes from March

Korean Air will resume services to four major destinations in Europe - Prague, Zurich, Istanbul and Madrid - starting from March.

Discover Authentic Athens with ‘Active Holidays in Greece’

Active Holidays in Greece-Gnosis Active Travel has a collection of travel packages for visitors in Athens looking for an experience filled with sightseeing and outdoor activity.

Virtual Industrial Museum to Open in Thessaloniki

The Municipality of Thessaloniki has announced the creation of a virtual industrial museum in the last untended building of the city’s old slaughterhouse complex.