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UNWTO and Council of Europe Join Forces to Promote Cultural Routes

The World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) and the Council of Europe will work together to enhance the tourist experience along Europe's Cultural Routes.

Kos on its Way to Become a Greek Biking Destination

The Greek island of Kos is taking action to become an attractive biking destination with the support of the Transport Ministry.

Ioannina Aiming to be a Leading MICE Destination

The Municipality of Ioannina has plans to establish a local convention bureau and turn the city into a leading MICE tourism destination.

Xenia 2021 Tourism Expo Ready to Welcome Industry’s Decision Makers

The Xenia 2021 tourism exhibition will welcome thousands of industry experts and decision makers to the Metropolitan Expo in Athens during November 27-29.

Domes Resorts Begins International Expansion with HIP

Domes Resorts, one of the fastest growing luxury hospitality groups in Greece, continues its rapid expansion and will take over the management of The Lake Spa Resort in Portugal owned by HIP.

Greece Sees Tourism Make Strong Comeback in First Nine Months of 2021

Greece saw travel receipts increase by 139.3% in the first nine months of the year, generated by the number of inbound travelers, according to BoG data.

Arrivals in Greece Jump by 69% in January-October

Airports across Greece reported a 69% increase in traffic flows between January and October 2021 compared to the same 10-month period in 2020.

Greece Participates in Transition Pathway for ‘Greener’ Tourism

Greece took part in a meeting of EU tourism ministers to discuss the creation of a "Transition Pathways” pact for the green transformation of Europe’s tourism industry.

Expedia: Travelers Planning Early, Booking Longer Stays for Christmas Holidays

Travelers are planning early and booking longer stays for the 2021 Christmas holidays, according to Expedia Group’s recent Travel Recovery Trend Report.

Greece to Protect its Archaeological Sites, Monuments from Impacts of Climate Change

Greece is taking action to protect its archaeological sites and monuments from the impacts of climate change.

Το 5ο Διεθνές Φόρουμ Φιλοξενίας θα χαρτογραφήσει την νέα τουριστική πραγματικότητα

Η χαρτογράφηση της νέας τουριστικής πραγματικότητας στην μεταπανδημική περίοδο, θα βρεθεί στο επίκεντρο των εργασιών του 5ου Διεθνούς Φόρουμ Φιλοξενίας.

Thessaly Upgrading Walking Trails to Develop Hiking Tourism Offering

Aiming to promote hiking tourism in Thessaly, regional authorities have announced the upgrade of hiking trails in Meteora and Mount Koziaka.

Metaxa Hospitality Group Showing Suppliers the Way to Sustainability

The Metaxa Hospitality Group is taking action to create a group of sustainable suppliers, aiming to support local communities and protect the environment.

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Η έκθεση Xenia 2021 καλωσορίζει τους decision makers της βιομηχανίας του τουρισμού

Η Xenia θα υποδεχθεί στις 27-29 Νοεμβρίου τους χιλιάδες επαγγελματίες των ξενοδοχείων και του ευρύτερου κλάδου της φιλοξενίας.

Η Πανελλήνια Σχολή Ναυαγοσωστικής στην έκθεση Χenia 2021

Η Πανελλήνια Σχολή Ναυαγοσωστικής (ΠΑ.ΣΧ.ΝΑ) θα λάβει μέρος στην έκθεση Χenia 2021, που θα πραγματοποιηθεί στο Metropolitan Expo, στις 27-29 Νοεμβρίου.

Covid-19: Greece’s New Restrictions for the Unvaccinated, Explained

Greece has announced new Covid-19 restrictions that affect people that have not been vaccinated against the coronavirus.

Germany: Unvaccinated Travelers from Greece Have to Quarantine

Unvaccinated people traveling to Germany from four EU countries, including Greece, will be required to quarantine upon arrival.

Greek Minister: Tourism and Wellbeing Go Hand in Hand

‘Tourism and health are directly linked,’ Greek Tourism Minister Vasilis Kikilias said in an interview, stressing the importance of covering lost ground and achieving tourism success in 2022.

Greece – Turkey Hoteliers Arrange Istanbul Meet for Spring

Hoteliers from Greece and Turkey will be meeting in Istanbul in April 2022 to discuss cooperation and ways to address the challenges created by the Covid-19 pandemic.