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INSETE Launches Digital Tools for Greece’s Tourism Professionals

INSETE, the Greek Tourism Confederation’s (SETE) research body, has launched a new digital tool kit to support tourism professionals and businesses in Greece.

Greece’s Reputation for Travel Experiences Going Strong in Q3

Greece remained competitive in the third quarter of the year garnering a score of 8.91 in terms of traveler experience, study finds.

Study: Greeks’ Travel Choices Shift Over 2005-2021 Period

Impacted by the economic crisis over the 2005-2019 period, Greeks’ preferences in travel shifted from higher cost destinations to neighboring, lower-cost countries, according to a study.

Greek Hotels Outshine Rival Markets in Customer Satisfaction

Greek hotels managed to beat competitor markets in customer satisfaction for eight consecutive months, according to data by ReviewPro.

Planned Airline Seats to Greece Still Strong Into October

Greece’s post-Covid recovery is going strong according to planned seats on incoming flights for October, as indicated by INSETE’s recovery tracker.

Greek Islands Win Share of 8-month Tourism Arrivals

The Greek islands, and particularly the Cyclades, which include favorites like Mykonos and Santorini, marked a 39.8% increase in tourist arrivals to 1.1 million in the January-August period.

Greek Hotels Top GRI Guest Satisfaction Index in July

Visitors to Greece were satisfied with the quality and services provided by Greek hotels in July, according to the latest data released by INSETE.

International Arrivals to Greece Hit 15.4 Million in January-July

A total of 15.4 million people visited Greece in the first seven months of 2022 via air or road fast approaching pre-pandemic 2019 levels, according to data released by INSETE.

Scheduled Air Capacity for Greece Stays Strong in September

Scheduled air capacity for Greece is expected to grow by some 2 million seats in the forthcoming incoming flight schedules for the country.

Report: What the Internet was Saying About Greece and Athens in July

The volume of online social conversations for both Greece and Athens in July saw an important boost as visitation to the country and the city increased.

Athens and Greece Maintain Strong Online Reputation in Q2

Greece and Athens continued to garner positive feedback online in Q2 and June, according to INSETE’s sentiment tracker for the country and its capital city.

Greece Sees Tourist Spending Up in 2021 Due to Longer Stays

Travelers to Greece spent 30% more on their holidays in 2021 compared to pre-Covid 2019 mainly due to extended stays, according to an INSETE study.

Greek Hoteliers Angry Over Inclusion of Airbnbs in ‘Tourism for All’ Scheme

Greek hoteliers are angry over a government decision to include Airbnb-style accommodations in its “Tourism for All” subsidized holiday scheme.

ΔΥΠΑ: Ξεκίνησαν οι αιτήσεις για τις Πειραματικές Επαγγελματικές Σχολές Μαθητείας στον τουρισμό

Ξεκίνησαν οι αιτήσεις για τις Π.ΕΠΑΣ Μαθητείας ΔΥΠΑ στον τουρισμό και την φιλοξενία σε συνεργασία με το Ελληνογερμανικό Επιμελητήριο και το ΙΝΣΕΤΕ.

Instagrammable Beaches, Food, Nature Drive Greece’s E-reputation in May

Greece is winning points online with social media conversations pushing the country’s e-reputation up by 64 points in May compared to rival markets under investigation.

Athens Gastronomy, Hospitality Winning Over Tourists

Hospitality and gastronomy are winning points with travelers making Athens a highly sought-after destination, according to findings released by INSETE.

INSETE: Airline Seat Capacity on Flights to Greece Increasing by the Day

The planned total seat capacity airlines to Greece expect to offer in the first 12 days of June has reached 1.5 million, according to data released by INSETE.

Study: Online Conversations About Greece and Athens Going Strong

Greece’s online reputation remains strong as the tourism season warms up with internet conversations focusing on culture, sea and sun, says INSETE.

Greece Gets Tough on Employee Rights Violations Ahead of Tourism Season

Special units from Greece’s Labor Inspection Body (SEPE) will be carrying out heightened checks at hotels to ensure that labor laws and security regulations are being implemented.

Greece Speeds Up Efforts to Fill Staff Shortages in Tourism

Greek authorities are accelerating efforts to address staff shortages in tourism inviting sector businesses to declare open positions for the June-August period until May 31.