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Delphi Economic Forum Returning as Live Event: April 6-9

The Delphi Economic Forum 2022 is returning to the historic town of Delphi in central Greece for its seventh edition that will take place as a live event during April 6-9.

Greece Tourism Gradually Covering Lost Ground, Shows INSETE Data

Greece’s tourism industry is slowly but steadily recouping losses incurred by the Covid-19 pandemic, according to data by INSETE.

Study: Greek Hotels Found it Hard to Find Staff in 2021

Greek tourism enterprises found it hard to find employees to meet the demands of the tourism season in 2021, according to a report released by INSETE.

Greek Tourism Body Calls on Gov’t to Update Covid-19 Protocols

The Greek Tourism Confederation (SETE) is calling on the government to revise Covid-19 health protocols and facilitate travel ahead of the tourism season's opening.

German, UK and US Tourists Top Spenders in Greece Before Covid-19

Travelers from Germany, the UK and the US were the top spenders in pre-pandemic 2019, according to a report by SETE Intelligence (INSETE).

Greek Travel Agents Want to be Included in New Development Law

Greece’s travel agents are calling on the government to include their enterprises in a new development law, which foresees support for upgrade activities.

Greek Tourism Business Owners Want More Energy Cost Support

Tourism business owners in Greece are calling on the government to extend a series of announced measures to address soaring energy costs.

More Greek Tourism Enterprises Call for Inclusion in New Development Law

Owners of tourism agencies and tourist buses are calling on the Greek government to include their services in a new development law recently tabled in parliament.

PM: ‘Greek Tourism Will Emerge Stronger from the Pandemic’

Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis has expressed his confidence that Greece and its tourism industry will emerge stronger from the pandemic crisis.

Study Explains How Greek Tourism Can Hit €27bn in Revenue by 2030

Under certain conditions, revenue from Greek tourism by 2030 could rise to €27 billion from its record figure of €18 billion in 2019, according to the INSETE research body.

Study: Greece Ranks 3rd Globally for its ‘Sea & Sun’ Tourism

Greece has been ranked third worldwide for its sea & sun tourism product, according to INSETE, the Greek Tourism Confederation’s research body.

Το φετινό συνέδριο του ΣΕΤΕ θέτει “επί χάρτου” την επάνοδο του ελληνικού τουρισμού

Το φετινό συνέδριο του ΣΕΤΕ θα πραγματοποιηθεί online στις 16/12 με στόχο να θέσει το πλαίσιο που θα οδηγήσει στη μετάβαση του ελληνικού τουρισμού στην επ...

INSETE Study Examines Trends and Actions to Take Greek Tourism into the Future

INSETE has released a study that examines global trends affecting tourism development and how these can be used to improve the Greek tourism product.

Poll: Greece Among Top 10 European Destinations for Source Markets

Greece is in the top 10 European destinations of choice for travelers coming from key source markets, an INSETE study found.

ΣΕΤΕ – ΙΝΣΕΤΕ Workshop: Βιωσιμότητα και ενεργειακή μετάβαση στον τουρισμό

H βιωσιμότητα και η ενεργειακή μετάβαση του κλάδου του τουρισμού συζητήθηκαν στο workshop που πραγματοποίησε ο ΣΕΤΕ σε συνεργασία με το ΙΝΣΕΤΕ.

SETE Chief Sees 2021 Greek Tourism Revenue Coming to €10bn

Greece’s tourism revenues will surely reach 10 billion euros in 2021, according to Greek Tourism Confederation (SETE) President Yiannis Retsos.

Greece – Turkey Hoteliers Arrange Istanbul Meet for Spring

Hoteliers from Greece and Turkey will be meeting in Istanbul in April 2022 to discuss cooperation and ways to address the challenges created by the Covid-19 pandemic.

Greek Hotels Still Have ‘a Long Way to Go’ to Recover from Covid-19 Losses

Greek tourism may have performed better than expected this season, but the country’s hotels still have ‘a long way to go’, says HHF’s Grigoris Tasios.

INSETE: Over 13m Tourists Visited Greece So Far This Year

More than 13 million people visited Greece by air and road through to September generating until August 6.5 billion euros, according to data by INSETE.

SETE Chief: Positive Greek Tourism Performance a Plus but Liquidity Still a Problem

Greece may have exceeded tourism forecasts for 2021, but hotels are still up against limited liquidity, says SETE President Yiannis Retsos.