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‘Divani Collection Hotels’ Among Greece’s Most Dynamic Enterprises

The Divani Collection Hotels group was announced as one of Greece's 19 most dynamic enterprises at the Growth Awards 2019.

NJV Athens Plaza Hotel Receives ‘BRAVO’ Award for CSR Initiatives

The NJV Athens Plaza hotel was honored for its CSR initiatives at the Bravo Sustainability Awards 2018 in the Greek capital.

Athens’ Golden Age Hotel Unveils ‘Urban Chic’ Concept

The Golden Age Hotel in Athens this season has opened its doors with a fresh new 'Urban Chic' look after undergoing a full and extensive renovation.

Top Opera Moments at Megaron – The Athens Concert Hall

Megaron - The Athens Concert Hall will host a grand gala, with top opera moments from works by Verdi, Bizet, Giordano and Mascagni, on July 23.

Versus Travel Thanks Clients with Special Tango Event

Versus Travel held a special tango event for its clients at the Athens Concert Hall, in return for their support during its 23 years of operations.

First Int’l Gastronomy Meet in Athens to Promote Greek Cuisine

Promoting Greek cuisine beyond borders through synergies and tourism will be the main focus of the 1st International Hellenic Gastronomy Conference in Athens.

Study Shows Athenians Love Culture, Books, Theater

Athenians are culture lovers, with eight in 10 reading books, 56 percent going to the theater once a year and 48 percent attending concerts, a study found.

Revamped Golden Age Hotel Welcomes Business, Leisure Guests to Athens

The Golden Age Hotel in Athens recently proceeded with extensive renovation works in its rooms and public areas and is ready to meet the expectations of its guests.

‘China Meets Greece’ in Athens Concert

A concert under the theme, “China Meets Greece”, featuring musicians from Greece, China and Spain will be held on September 26 at the Athens Concert Hall.

‘YES to Sea Tourism Forum’ to Focus on Cruise Travel and Yachting

Key issues on cruise travel and yachting will be discussed during the “YES to Sea Tourism Forum” on May 24, during the 4th Posidonia Sea Tourism Forum.
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Jeremy Irons Receives Warm Welcome In Athens From Tourism Minister

"It is extremely important for our country that personalities who have contributed significantly to art and European culture, such as Jeremy Irons, visit Athens and Greece," Greek Tourism Minister Olga Kefalogianni said today on the visit of the Oscar-winning British actor in Athens.
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Jeremy Irons In Athens To Attend European Premiere Of “Night Train to Lisbon”

Oscar-winning actor Jeremy Irons will attend tonight’s European premiere of his new film “Night Train to Lisbon” in Athens.
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Jeremy Irons To Attend European Premiere Of “Night Train to Lisbon” In Athens

Oscar-winning actor Jeremy Irons will arrive in Athens this evening to attend tomorrow's European premiere of his new film "Night Train to Lisbon."
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Athens Megaron Celebrates European Music Day With Free Concert

The Athens Concert Hall (Megaron Mousikis) will open its garden to the public today, 21 June, on the occasion of the European Day of Music.

Athens Center In The Spotlight

The Culture and Tourism Ministry last month launched a series of events in an attempt to revitalize the Greek capital city’s center and attract Athenians to areas that are usually difficult to visit, Greek press reports said.

Athens to Host 2011 Special Olympics World Summer Games

Athens officially announced it would host the 2011 Special Olympics World Summer Games planned for June 25th to July 4th. Present at the event held at Athens Concert Hall were President of the Hellenic Republic Karolos Papoulias, members of the Greek parliament, 38 ambassadors...

New, Spacious Offices for Athens Convention Bureau

Staff of the Athens Convention Bureau recently moved into fresh redecorated offices in the center of the city. And even though it continues to work without a regular annual budget – its only funds come from members' annual dues – the office has managed to pull in an...

Athens Concert Hall Turns to Tourism

Athens Concert Hall, better known at home as the Megaron Moussikis, has turned to the tourism sector in hopes of enticing more youth and of keeping its present high status over the next decades.