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Amphipolis Tomb to Be Accessible to People with Disabilities

Greece’s Central Archaeological Council has approved plans for the addition of special routes at the Kasta tomb in Amphipolis for visitors with disabilities.

Do Something GREAT: Central Macedonia Launches New Tourism Campaign

“Do Something GREAT” is the slogan of Central Macedonia’s new tourism campaign that aims to attract more travelers to the region and extend the season.

Northern Greece Plays a Big Part in Country’s Tourism Restart, Says Minister

Northern Greece has a leading role in this year's opening of the country's tourism, according to Greek Tourism Minister Harry Theoharis.

GNTO Holding Webinars to Promote Greece to Foreign Tourism Professionals

The GNTO is promoting Greek destinations to foreign tourism professionals through webinars held on its ‘Link to Greece’ platform.

Event: Thessaloniki Travel Professionals to ‘Connect’ with Hosted Buyers from 15 Countries

Tourism professionals from Thessaloniki and 15 foreign countries will have the opportunity to network at the online ‘CΟΝΝΕCT Tourism & Travel Event’ to be held next week.

Central Macedonia Destinations ‘Star’ in Episode of Pekin Express Reality TV Show

Four destinations in Central Macedonia were recently promoted through an episode of popular adventure reality TV show Pekin Express.

TCB Invites Tourism Professionals to ‘Connect’ at Thessaloniki Travel Event

The Thessaloniki Convention Bureau (TCB) in May will hold the ‘CΟΝΝΕCT Tourism & Travel Event Thessaloniki’ for tourism and travel professionals.

Central Macedonia will Aim to Attract More German Travelers

Central Macedonia will aim to attract more German travelers in 2021, according to the region's deputy governor for tourism, Alexandros Thanos.

Greek Regions on Germany’s List of Covid-19 ‘Risk Areas’

Germany has updated its travel advice and added regions in Greece to its "risk areas" list due to an increase in Covid-19 cases in the country.

Halkidiki’s Aristotle Municipality to Complete Trekking Paths Network in 2021

A network of trekking paths covering a large part of the Municipality of Aristotle in Halkidiki, Greece, will be available to residents and visitors by April 2021.

Covid-19 Restrictions Imposed in Pella, Pieria, Imathia and Kilkis

Greece has imposed emergency measures in the regional units of Pella, Pieria, Imathia and Kilkis in Central Macedonia to curb the further spread of Covid-19.

Thessaloniki Counting on Road Arrivals for 2020 Tourism Season

Thessaloniki authorities this year are counting on road arrivals to offset the negative impact that the coronavirus pandemic has had on tourism.

Greece’s Olympios Zeus Hotel Launches New Website

The Olympios Zeus Hotel Bungalows in Pieria, central Macedonia, has launched its new website with updated information on its upgraded facilities and services.

Aristotle Municipality Launches Travel e-Guide in English

The Municipality of Aristotle in Halkidiki has launched an electronic guide in English with useful information on the area's 13 hiking routes.

Halkidiki’s Aristotle Municipality Unveils New Logo

The Municipality of Aristotle in Halkidiki has unveiled its new logo, which is part of a broader marketing plan to promote the area's tourism.

Amphipolis Tomb Works High on Culture Ministry’s Priority List

Greece is speeding up works at the Amphipolis tomb in order for the site to initially welcome specific groups of audiences by the beginning of 2022.

Tourism Ministry Presents 2020-2021 Marketing Strategy for Greek Regions

The Tourism Ministry presented its 2020-2021 Marketing Strategy for the tourism development of Greece’s 13 regions.

Central Macedonia Governor Sets High Goals for Region

"Central Macedonia is the most attractive region in the Mediterranean for investments," according to the region's governor, Apostolos Tzitzikostas.

GNTO Spreads the Word about Greece’s Alternative Tourism at TourNatur 2019

Greece’s year-round alternative tourism products were presented at Germany’s TourNatur 2019 expo by the Greek National Tourism Organization (GNTO).

Ministry Speeds Up Works on Greece’s Amphipolis Site

Works are moving full speed ahead so that the Amphipolis site, where the largest ancient Macedonian tomb was discovered, can open to the public.