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Airbnb, and VRBO Update Deal with Greek Tax Authorities

Home-sharing giants Airbnb, and VRBO have agreed to work with Greek tax authorities.

Greek Hoteliers: Stayover Tax Should Be Reassessed

Greek hoteliers are calling on the government to re-examine and redesign the stayover tax imposed on hotel customers.

UNWTO: Global Tourism Arrivals Reach 84% of pre-Covid Levels in Jan-July

Tourism worldwide is recouping losses incurred by Covid-19, as arrivals reach 84% of pre-pandemic levels in January-July.

Greece Keeps Q2 Online Reputation in Tact Despite the News

Greece managed to maintain its online reputation in tact in the second quarter of the year despite negative news.

Greek Tourism Still Unable to Capitalize on Cultural Heritage

Greek tourism faces challenges in capitalizing on Greece’s historical significance, according to research by INSETE.

Heraklion Archaeological Museum a New Stop in Iter Vitis European Cultural Route

The Archaeological Museum of Heraklion has joined the Iter Vitis Cultural Route that is designed to promote wine tourism.

Hotelising Sees Rise in Sales Revenue of Partner Hotels this Summer

Hotelising this year saw new partnerships as well as occupancy growth and an increase in the sales revenue of the hotels in its portfolio.

Crete’s Porto Elounda and Elounda Peninsula Hotels Announce New General Managers

The Minadakis brothers have undertaken general management duties at the Porto Elounda and Elounda Peninsula hotels.

Cyprus Tourism Professionals to ‘Connect’ with Imathia, Central Macedonia

Imathia in Central Macedonia will take center stage at the upcoming “Connect in Cyprus” event to be held by the Thessaloniki Convention Bureau (TCB) in Nicosia.