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VORIA: New Tourism and Entertainment ‘Destination’ Coming to North Athens

VORIA is the name of a new tourism complex planned to go up in Marousi, northern Athens, which will house the renowned casino of Mt. Parnitha (Mont Parnes) and also include a 5-star hotel.

Attica Promotes its Tourism Experiences with New Videos

The Region of Attica has launched three new tourism promotional videos for 2020 that reveal the ideal 'Attica experience' that tourists can live.

Attica to Focus on Spreading Tourism Across Region

Promoting lesser-known destinations in Attica topped the agenda of talks between the General Panhellenic Federation of Tourism Enterprises (GEPOET) and Attica Regional Governor George Patoulis.

Attica Region Taps into Synergies for Tourism Promotion

The Region of Attica is counting on synergies for the promotion of its tourism options, aiming to reach out to new markets.

Attica’s Archaeological Sites, Museums to Remain Closed on Thursday Morning

Archaeological sites and museums in Attica will remain closed between 8 am and 11 am on Thursday, June 6, due to a three-hour work stoppage to be held by state guards.

Culture, Gastronomy Central in Attica Region’s New Tourism Promo Plan

Culture and gastronomy will play a central role in promoting Attica as a leading tourism destination, according to the regional authority’s strategic plan.

Hotel Revamp Hints and More at Athens Event

Secrets and tips on how to best renovate a hotel business, the latest trends in design and client/visitor needs were the focus of the “Hotel Renovation & Supplies” day event held in Athens.

Secrets of Attica Region Revealed at WTM London 2016

As part of its ongoing tourism campaign and in efforts to stimulate the interest of the UK market, the Attica Region showcased its vast array of offerings at this year’s World Travel Market (WTM), which took place in London earlier this month.

Attica Region 5-year Tourism Promo Plan Takes Off

Promoting the wider Attica region as an ideal short break destination as well as bringing to the fore the unknown side of life on the outskirts of Athens and across the region, are among the priorities set by the Attica Region in its tourism promotion strategy for the next five years.

New Optimism for Tourism to Athens

Athens Mayor Dora Bakoyannis and Attica Region Secretary General Haralambos Maniatis early last month presented the results of major surveys undertaken by the company Leo Burnett concerning the promotion of Athens and Attica tourism. For the most part, the results were very positive.