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Mediterranean Yacht Show 2019 Attracts Over 450 Trade Visitors from 31 Countries

More than 450 commercial visitors from 31 countries participated in the Mediterranean Yacht Show 2019 that was held in Nafplion, Greece.

Hilton Athens Marks Brand’s 100-year Anniversary with Art Show & Tour

The Hilton Athens hotel joins the festivities marking a century of the finest hospitality worldwide offered by the Hilton brand.

RateHawk Hotel Booking Engine Introduced to Greek Travel Market

RateHawk, a B2B global hotel booking engine, recently introduced its services to Greek market players, following the launch of its operations in Greece.

Piraeus to Host the 7th Global Symposium of Maritime Executives in June

The city of Piraeus, during June 20-21, will host the 7th Global Symposium of Maritime Executives, organized by the Hellenic Shipbrokers Association and Argo Travel Group.

Louis Hotels Promotes Local Gastronomy during ‘Cyprus Breakfast and Brunch Week’

The resorts of Louis Hotels are promoting Cyprus’ culinary traditions and hospitality through the “Cyprus Breakfast and Brunch Week” event.

Hotels Chamber Works to Get Greek Hospitality Industry Issues High on EU Agenda

The Hellenic Chamber of Hotels has tabled the urgent tourism issues that need to go high on the EU agenda ahead of European elections on May 26.

US Tourism Professionals Learn All About the Greek Islands

The Greek islands were promoted to the US market, during the annual sales meeting of US-based Collete Tours that was recently held on Mykonos and Santorini.

NEO Event Explores Climate Change, Seeks Sustainable Solutions

Identifying sustainable solutions for growth in view of climate change was the focus of an event held in Athens by the Navarino Environmental Observatory (ΝΕΟ).

MR&H Forum Returns to Athens, Aims to Explore Greece’s Tourism Opportunities

Greece's dynamic tourism growth will take center stage at the MR&H Forum, scheduled to be held in Athens, during October 29-31.

Athens to Host 44th ‘Japan Week’ Event in November

Athens has been selected by the International Friendship Foundation (IFF) as the host destination of the 44th Japan Week 2019 event.

Athens Hosts ‘Oedipus Rex’ Ancient Theater Performance

The Fimonoi theater group is offering Athens' visitors and residents the opportunity to enjoy the "Oedipus Rex", one of Sophocles' masterpieces.

Greece’s New Tourism Minister Assumes Duties

Thanasis Theocharopoulos took over his new post from Elena Kountoura during the Tourism Ministry handover ceremony held on Monday in Athens.

OTA Insight to Hold ‘Hotel Revenue Workshop’ in Athens and Thessaloniki

OTA Insight is co-organizing the "Hotel Revenue Workshop" in Greece, which will be held in Thessaloniki on May 15, and in Athens on May 16.

Attica Region Looks to Reinforce Inbound Tourism from Turkey

Officials from Attica, Greece, held a tourism workshop in Istanbul, aiming to increase the inflow of Turkish travelers to the region's many destinations.

Grecotel Corfu Imperial Hosts General Medicine Conference

The Grecotel Corfu Imperial hotel, on the Ionian island of Corfu, is currently hosting the 31st Panhellenic Conference of General/Family Medicine.

Emirates: ‘Expo 2020 Dubai’ Pavilion to Focus on Future of Commercial Aviation

Emirates, the premier partner and the official airline of Expo 2020 Dubai, has unveiled the design and visitor experience concepts of its ultra-modern pavilion for the six-month mega event.

Peloponnese Paves Way for Alternative Tourism with 1st ALTE Show

The 1st ALTE Peloponnese Tourism Exhibition is a fact aiming to serve as a reference point for alternative tourism offerings in the Peloponnese region.

Travel Bloggers Greece Celebrates Four Years of Teamwork

Travel Bloggers Greece (TBG), the first professional blogger network in Greece, celebrated its fourth anniversary at the Thermae Sylla Wellness Hotel in Edipsos, on the island of Evia.

Attica’s Beaches Can be a ‘Unique Selling Point’ for Athens

Tourism professionals in Athens need to "get the word out" that the Greek capital's city center is in very close distance to beaches and the sea in general, according to leading German tour operators.

Athens Wraps Up ‘World Book Capital’ Events

After a year of book-related events, the city of Athens successfully fulfilled its role as “World Book Capital” and has passed on the title to Sharjah, UAE.