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European Tourism Issues Discussed in Thessaloniki

Sustainable tourism and the labor shortage/skills gap in the industry were the main issues discussed at the European Travel Agents’ and Tour Operators’ Associations’ recent semi-annual meeting in Thessaloniki.

European Travel Agents to Discuss Major Tourism Issues in Thessaloniki

The European Travel Agents’ and Tour Operators’ Associations’ (ECTAA) has chosen Thessaloniki for its semi-annual meeting to discuss important challenges of the industry.

Thessaloniki to Host ECTAA’s Semi-Annual Meeting 2022

Thessaloniki in Northern Greece will be the host destination of the European Travel Agents’ and Tour Operators’ Associations’ (ECTAA) Semi-Annual Meeting 2022 during November 22-25.

Thessaloniki’s Wines Hailed as ‘Liquid Gold’

Thessaloniki’s and Central Macedonia’s wines are hailed as “liquid gold” by Nina Caplan, a renowned influencer of the wine niche.

Central Macedonia to Promote its Fresh Fruits and Vegetables at Expo in Spain

Central Macedonia's fresh fruits and vegetables will be promoted at the Fruit Attraction 2022 international expo in Spain this October.

Central Macedonia Promotes Greek Birdwatching Sites to UK Market

The Central Macedonia Region presented its birdwatching sites to British travelers during the Global BirdFair 2022 in Leicester, UK.

Thessaloniki Expecting Over 60 Cruise Ship Arrivals in 2022

Thessaloniki is expected to welcome over 60 cruise ships in 2022, the Region of Central Macedonia announced after participating in the Seatrade Cruise Global 2022 event.

Thessaloniki Tourism Organization Promotes City’s Food and Wine to Int’l Audience

The Thessaloniki Tourism Organization is promoting the city’s food and wine offerings through foreign media and organizations.

Thessaloniki Ready to ‘Connect’ with European Tourism Markets in May

The CΟΝΝΕCT Tourism & Travel Event 2022, organized to promote Thessaloniki and the wider region to the international MICE market, will take place in May.

Central Macedonia Shows its Best at Leading Tourism Exhibitions

The Region of Central Macedonia in February and March presented its tourism offerings to travel professionals in the markets of Denmark, Romania, Bulgaria, Poland, the Czech Republic and Italy.

Amphipolis: Kasta Tomb to Open to the Public Under Pilot Plan in 2022

Kasta tomb, the largest burial monument discovered at Amphipolis in Central Macedonia, will open its doors this year, Culture Minister Lina Mendoni said.

Northern Greece’s Wines Go to Festival in Italy

Italian tourism professionals got to know Northern Greece’s wines and wineries during the International Wine Tasting Festival that took place in Matera, Italy.

Thessaloniki: The Mediterranean Palace Gives Tips for the Ultimate Getaway

The Mediterranean Palace hotel in Thessaloniki refers to just some of the reasons why Greece’s ‘co-capital’ can be included among the most popular ‘bucket list’ travel experiences in the world!

Central Macedonia Looks to Attract More Travelers from Spain

The Region of Central Macedonia is taking steps to open to Spanish travelers and promoted its tourism offerings at the Fitur 2022 international fair in Madrid.

Ski Center ‘3-5 Pigadia’ to Become Year-round Mountain Resort

The ‘3-5 Pigadia’ ski center in northern Greece is on its way to be transformed into a mountain resort that will operate all year round.

TCB’s 2022 ‘Connect’ Tourism Event will Take Place Live in Thessaloniki

The Thessaloniki Convention Bureau (TCB) will hold its annual ‘Connect Tourism & Travel Event’ live during May 8-10.

Polish Tourism Professionals Meet Central Macedonia and Heraklion

Polish tourism professionals were introduced to the Greek destinations of Central Macedonia and Heraklion, Crete, during the Greek Tourism Workshop in Warsaw.

Film Tourism: Central Macedonia Aiming to Attract Movie Productions All Year Round

Governor Apostolos Tzitzikostas is focused on promoting the Central Macedonia Region as a filming destination for major international productions.

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.