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Greece Sees 55% Surge in Tourists from GCC Countries

Tourist traffic from GCC countries to Greece over the summer months hit a record increase of 55 percent, compared to the corresponding period in 2015, according to recent data.

Travel Plan Showcases Greece to Group of UAE Travel Professionals

Travel Plan recently conducted a fam trip to Athens and Santorini for United Arab Emirates (UAE) travel trade to highlight the multi-faceted offerings of the two Greek destinations in sightseeing, accommodation and unparalleled experiences.

Greece Showcased to Iranian Travel Agents by Turkish Airlines, Travel Plan

Turkish Airlines and Travel Plan recently took a group of nine travel agents from Tehran, Iran, on a four-day familiarisation trip to Greece for them to sample some of what the country has to offer international visitors.

HATTA Awards Best Travel Agency Brochures, Websites at Philoxenia Expo

For the 25th year, the Hellenic Association of Travel and Tourist Agencies (HATTA) honored the best travel agency brochures and websites during the 31st International Tourism Exhibition Philoxenia held November 12-15.

Hospitality Forum & Awards Pave Future for Greek Tourism

With over 250 participants, this year’s Hospitality Forum & Awards, organized last month by Ethos Media events and Hrima magazine, laid the groundwork for tourism to work as a driver of economic growth by indicating funding solutions.

GTP Island: The Meeting Point for Greek Tourism Professionals at 100% Hotel Show

GTP is holding a first-time event at this year's 100% Hotel Show to strengthen the communication between the country's hoteliers and local travel agents and tour operators.

HATTA Announces New Board Of Directors

The Hellenic Association of Travel and Tourist Agencies (HATTA) has announced its new Board of Directors for a 3-year mandate, following elections that took place recently in Athens.
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Tourism On Greek PM’s Agenda In China

Tourism is one of the Greek economy’s sectors hoped to benefit from Greek Prime Minister Antonis Samaras’ official 4-day visit to China that kicked off yesterday, Wednesday, 15 May.