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Greek-German Chamber Appoints Grigoris Tasios as Chairman of Tourism Committee

Greek tourism professional Grigoris Tasios is the new chairman of the Tourism & Culture Committee of the Hellenic-German Chamber of Commerce and Industry.

Greece Presents Wine Tourism Strategy at UNWTO Global Event

Greece’s wine tourism strategy was presented to a wide range of experts by Deputy Tourism Minister Sofia Zacharaki at the 5th UNWTO Global Conference on Wine Tourism in Portugal.

Greek Hotel Market Expected to Bounce Back Quickly from Covid-19, Says Survey

Greece is among the countries that professionals believe will see the swiftest recovery in their hotel markets, according to a survey released by Tranio.

Thessaloniki Looks Forward to New Metro and Other Key Development Projects

“Thessaloniki is changing,” Greek PM Kyriakos Mitsotakis recently said when referring to development projects that will be key to the city’s economic growth.

Covid-19: How the Unvaccinated in Greece Can Travel by Land, Air, Sea – Rules

Unvaccinated people in Greece must now have a negative Covid-19 rapid antigen test result to travel between regions on airplanes, ferries, trains and buses.

Greek PM Expects 2022 to Be ‘Very Good Year’ for Tourism

Greece is expected to have a very good tourism year in 2022, judging by this season’s performance, according to Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis.

Greece’s Covid-19 Rules for Those Not Vaccinated Begin September 13

As of Monday, September 13, individuals in Greece that are not vaccinated against Covid-19 will be subject to rules regarding their entry to indoor areas.

Greece will Welcome US Visitors Until End of Season, Says Tourism Minister

While a number of EU countries are imposing additional Covid-19 travel restrictions on US visitors, Greece is making it clear that it has no intention of excluding American arrivals.

Greek Tourism Shows Recovery but Dangers Still Lurk, Says Report

Greek tourism recovered significantly in summer 2021 but the Covid-19 risk still remains, as well as future negative effects of wildfires, according to Alpha Bank.

New Greek Tourism Minister Vassilis Kikilias Takes the Helm

Vassilis Kikilias took over his new post from Harry Theoharis, aiming to continue “what has been built so far” for the Greek tourism sector and create a new product for the country.

Vassilis Kikilias Appointed New Tourism Minister of Greece

In a cabinet reshuffle on Tuesday, Vassilis Kikilias was appointed as the new tourism minister for Greece, replacing Harry Theoharis.

AKS Hinitsa Bay Beach Celebrates 19th Year of Blue Flag Status

The beach of the AKS Hinitsa Bay hotel in Porto Heli has once again been awarded for its quality, cleanliness and safety and is included on Greece’s Blue Flag award list for 2021.

Athens Capital Hotel-MGallery Collection Appoints New F&B Manager

Athens Capital Hotel-MGallery Collection has appointed Yiannis Liakopoulos as its new F&B manager to oversee the food and beverages departments of its dining outlets.

Athens-based Travel Agency Aims to Introduce Ancient Greek Experiences to More Markets

Ancient Greek Experience, an Athens-based travel agency, has announced that it is aiming to promote the civilization of ancient Greece to even more countries around the world.

Wine & Dine with Art at MGallery’s Mappemonde Restaurant in Athens

Α very special dining experience awaits those who visit the Mappemonde Restaurant on the 10th floor of the Athens Capital Hotel - MGallery in the center of the Greek capital.

Covid-19: England Opens to Fully Vaccinated Travelers from EU and US

From August 2, passengers who have been fully vaccinated in the EU and the US will not have to quarantine when entering England from amber list countries.

Athens Day Cruise to Restart Sailing on August 1

Greek naval company Athens Day Cruise will restart operations on August 1 and offer daily cruises on a spacious vessel to the nearby islands of Hydra, Poros and Aegina.

Santorini’s Amber Light Villas Launches Special In-house Activities for Guests

The Amber Light Villas, a rebranded luxury suites complex with hotel facilities at the east side of Santorini, is organizing many in-house activities for its guests this summer.

Mykonos Covid-19 Restrictions Lifting Expected on July 26

The additional restrictive measures on the island of Mykonos, imposed to curb the further spread of Covid-19, are expected to be lifted on Monday, July 26.

Fine Dining in Athens: Ignite your SENSES at the AthensWas Rooftop Restaurant

Great hospitality, stunning views and mouthwatering Greek dishes are three elements food lovers will find once seated at the SENSE Restaurant in Athens.