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Austrians Have Eyes Set on Greece for Summer 2023

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

Tourism for All: Alternative Destinations in Greece See Rise of Domestic Tourists

Greece’s alternative destinations in 2022 saw a boost in Greek visitors thanks to the “Tourism for All” subsidy program for domestic holidays.

Greece Honored at Reiselivsmessen Expo 2023 in Oslo

Greece was the honored country at the international tourism exhibition Reiselivsmessen 2023 held in Oslo, Norway.

Dutch Choose Rhodes as their Favorite Greek City for 2023

The main town of the Greek island of Rhodes was chosen by Dutch travelers as their Favorite Greek City for 2023, according to an online survey conducted by the website Griekenland.

Next Steps for Crete Waterway Network and Seaplane Ports

Crete is swiftly moving forward with procedures to launch works on a waterway network and seaplane ports.

Condé Nast Traveller: Four of Europe’s Best Beach Hotels are in Greece

Four Greek hotels are among Europe’s 25 Best Beach hotels for 2023, according to a list released by Condé Nast Traveller.

SAS: Greek Destinations on 2023 Summer Flight Program

Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) has announced its 2023 summer program, which will see flights to over 100 destinations including Athens, Thessaloniki, Corfu, Rhodes and Chania.

Crete’s La Mer Resort & Spa Wins Expedia Group Award

The La Mer Resort & Spa on Crete has been honored with Expedia Group’s “Top Travel Ads Performance” distinction.

GNTO: Safeguarding Culture is Key to Future of Tourism

The importance of culture as a key pillar of Greek tourism development was highlighted during the Council of Europe’s cultural routes forum on Crete.

Culture and Sustainability Focus of Greece’s Tourism Strategy

Culture and sustainability are at the center of Greece’s tourism strategy for the next day, according to Tourism Minister Vassilis Kikilias.

Chania, Crete, to Host Council of Europe’s 11th Cultural Routes Advisory Forum

The Council of Europe will hold its 11th Cultural Routes Annual Advisory Forum during October 5-7 in the city of Chania on Crete.

ANEK Lines Holds 19th Blood Donation Drive to Help Others in Need

Greek passenger shipping company ANEK Lines held its 19th blood donation drive at its headquarters on the Greek island of Crete.

August 2022 Music and Cultural Festivals in Greece

A number of music and cultural events will take place this August at island and mainland destinations in Greece.

ANEK Lines Connects Piraeus and Crete with Daily Itineraries for Summer 2022

ΑΝΕΚ Lines has announced the launch of daily itineraries connecting the port of Piraeus with Chania or Heraklion on Crete, for the 2022 summer season.

Religious Tourism: Thessaly Region to Create ‘Routes of Faith’

The Thessaly Region has launched “Routes of Faith”, an ambitious tourism project that aims to connect two of Greece’s most significant religious destinations: Meteora and Mount Athos.

Crete, Zakynthos and Kos are Favorites for Dutch, Belgian Travelers in Summer 2022

Crete, Zakynthos and Kos are the favorite islands of Dutch and Belgian travelers for the summer of 2022, a survey by Griekenland.net reveals.

Infrastructure Upgrade of Greece’s Religious Sites a Ministry Priority

Greek Deputy Tourism Minister Sofia Zacharaki highlights the need to support religious tourism in Greece by improving infrastructure and preserving religious monuments.

easyJet: New Routes to Kos, Kefalonia, Corfu and Chania for Summer 2022

easyJet and easyJet holidays have added seven new routes to the carrier’s UK network for summer 2022, including the popular Greek islands of Kos, Kefalonia, Corfu and Crete.

Greece’s International Cycling Tour to Start from Crete

The “International Cycling Tour of Hellas” event in Greece will kick off from Crete on April 27 with a total of 147 cyclists ready for five days of action.

Crete’s New Chania Archaeological Museum Opens to the Public

The new Chania Archaeological Museum on the Greek island of Crete recently opened its doors featuring more than 3,500 artefacts, 1,000 of which for the first time.