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Academias Hotel Welcomes Visitors Back to Athens

The five-star Academias Hotel, Autograph Collection has reopened its doors and is welcoming travelers back to Athens.

Greece Attends First Expo After Covid-19 Lockdown

Greece presented its alternative forms of tourism at the TourNatur 2020 exhibition held September 4-6 in Düsseldorf, Germany.

Aristotle Municipality Launches Travel e-Guide in English

The Municipality of Aristotle in Halkidiki has launched an electronic guide in English with useful information on the area's 13 hiking routes.

Academias Hotel: An Academy for the Senses Opens in Athens

A new five-star hotel has arrived in Athens that strives to offer unique hospitality experiences within luxurious facilities: the Academias Hotel.

Athens Hoteliers Launch Cultural Action, Free Theatrical Performances

Theatrical performances of the works of great writers of Greek antiquity will take place free of charge at select archaeological sites and monuments of Athens.

WTM 2016: Halkidiki Set to Attract UK, Dutch Tourists in 2017

The region of Halkidiki in northern Greece is ready to welcome visitors from the UK and Holland next year, the Halkidiki Tourism Organization said upon its return from the World Travel Market (WTM) London.

Aristotle’s Tomb Comes to Light?

Greece may be commemorating 2,400 years since Aristotle’s birth but it seems there’s more to celebrate as a Greek archaeologist revealed recently that he had found the great philosopher’s tomb.

Hellenic Post Celebrates Aristotle with Commemorative Stamp Series

Marking 2,400 years since the birth of Greek philosopher Aristotle, the Hellenic Post (ELTA) is issuing a commemorative set of stamps paying tribute to one of the world’s greatest thinkers to be presented during the “Aristotle 2400 Years” world congress which kicks off on Monday...

Halkidiki Basks in the Glory of Aristotle, Wins UNESCO Award

Halkidiki stood out at this year’s World Tourism Expo - World Heritage Cities and Sites, held in Padova last month, clinching a special award for its prominent son, philosopher Aristotle, and being recognized for its overall contribution to World Heritage.

Greek Antiquity Exhibition Travels to Canada and the United States

More than 500 priceless artifacts from 21 Greek museums will be brought together at the world premiere of the original exhibition "The Greeks – Agamemnon to Alexander the Great" that will open at the Pointe-à-Callière, Montréal’s museum of Archaeology and History, on 12...