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Greece Subsidizes Holidays for an Additional 125,000 Applicants

Greece will subsidize holidays for an additional 125,000 applicants under its “Tourism for All” plan.

Greece’s Tourism Ministry Honors Key Figures for Contribution to Industry

The Greek Tourism Ministry honored key figures of the industry for their efforts and contribution to tourism over the past years.

Greece Aiming to Take Tourism a Step Further with DMMOs

Greece is looking to create DMMOs for destinations to better market their tourism products, build their brand and elevate the visitor experience.

Rebuilding Evia’s Tourism Identity a GNTO Priority

The Greek National Tourism Organization (GNTO) plans to take action to rebuild fire-hit Evia’s tourism identity.

Kikilias: Thousands of Greeks Supported by ‘Tourism for All’ Subsidy Vacation Program

Some 400,000 Greeks received support for their vacations in Greece through the “Tourism for All” subsidy program for domestic holidays.

Airlines from the US Boost Link to Greece with 56 Weekly Flights

Direct flights from the United States to Greece are set to boost tourism in the country and bring in 1 billion euros in revenue.

Greece Meets Conditions to Become Health Tourism Destination

Greece could potentially attract 100,000 tourists seeking medical, health and wellness services who would generate more than 400 million euros annually.

Thessaloniki Gets Ready for 17th International ‘Alexander the Great’ Marathon

Thessaloniki in northern Greece is preparing to host the 17th International ‘Alexander the Great’ Marathon-bwin on April 30.

Greek Hotels, Restaurants Post Strong Gains in November

Turnover in November 2022 at hotels and restaurants in Greece outdid 2021 results, according to the Hellenic Statistical Authority (ELSTAT).

Ioannina and Epirus Want to Boost Airline Connectivity in Winter

Hoteliers in Ioannina and Epirus are calling for more direct international flights in the winter and spring.  

Greece’s Tourism Industry Prioritizes Sustainability and Infrastructure

The Greek Tourism Ministry is focusing on achieving sustainability, implementing infrastructure works and extending the tourist season.

Greece’s New GNTO Melbourne Branch to Boost Ties with Diaspora 

The Greek National Tourism Organization (GNTO) will soon be opening a new office in Melbourne, Australia.

More Hotels in Athens to Meet Growing Tourist Demand

More hotels are opening up in Athens to meet the increasing tourist demand on the back of a growing number of direct flights to the Greek capital this year.

Austrians Have Eyes Set on Greece for Summer 2023

Destinations in Greece are in high demand among Austrian travelers for the coming summer period.

Greece Takes Actions to Strengthen Tourist Flows to Thessaloniki

Increasing the number of international flights to Thessaloniki and Makedonia Airport and reaching out to new markets are top priorities for Greece.

Greece Inks Long-term Deals with 10 Airlines to Boost Tourism

The Greek National Tourism Organization (GNTO) has entered agreements with 10 airlines as part of efforts to boost tourism in Greece all year round.

Greece has High Hopes for Tourism in 2023

Greece will begin welcoming foreign visitors early in 2023 as the tourism season is expected to officially kick off in March.

Minister: Greek Tourism Off to a Dynamic Start in 2023  

Greece’s tourism sector is off to a dynamic start expected to generate increased revenue in 2023, according to Tourism Minister Vassilis Kikilias.

Four Greek Cities in Euromonitor Top Cities Report

Four Greek cities have moved up in this year’s Top 100 city destinations, according to a report released this week by Euromonitor International.

Thessaloniki-New York Direct Flight Plans Advance

Plans to directly link Thessaloniki with New York have advanced with major US airlines expressing interest, according to the Central Macedonia Region.