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Destination Athens Gains Ground at WTM London 2016

Greece's capital Athens won over the crowds at this year’s World Travel Market (WTM) London, held November 7-9, as a major city break destination offering diverse options for today’s traveler.

Travel Channel International Promotes Destination ‘Greece’ to 74 Countries

Greece's sea and sun, gastronomy, luxury, city breaks and island lifestyle will "travel" to 74 countries and tens of millions of homes around the world through the world’s leading international travel broadcaster, Travel Channel International.

Survey: Tourists On City Breaks Shop The Most

In addition to a city’s attractions and its flair, its shopping opportunities were found to be among the three most important reasons for a city break.

Europe’s Upswing In Tourism Continues

ITB World Travel Trends Report forecasts rise in travel to and from Europe. Despite various regions continuing to experience economic difficulties Europe’s tourism industry remains buoyant.

Philoxenia 2013: Anatolia Hotel Hosts Cocktail Party With Dances From Around The World

The annual cocktail party of Anatolia Hotel, held on the sidelines of the Philoxenia exhibition (21-24 November), took place this year in collaboration with the Golden Steps dance school under the theme "Dancing around the world."
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SETE: “Marketing Greece,” INSETE In The Works

“Unity is needed to extend the tourism season and for Greece to welcome tourists all year round,” was the message the president of the Association of Greek Tourism Enterprises (SETE), Andreas Andreadis, sent out during his speech at the 16th annual general assembly of the...

George Nikitiadis

The 27th Philoxenia finds Greek tourism in an ascendant course. The significant increase in arrivals, as well as in revenue, shows that we are in a positive direction.

All Eyes On Global Economy at World Travel Market ‘08

World Travel Market 2008 focused on global travel trends, responsible tourism, and travel technology.

Hoteliers Agree To Bookings For 2004 Games

After promises by government quarters to hold off on any new hotels other than those already approved or being approved (4,500 rooms), the Athens Hoteliers Association agreed to book another 10% of available rooms in luxury hotel units for officials of the 2004 Olympic Games....