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Acropolis Rally will Promote Greece All Over the World, Says Minister

The kick off of the EKO Acropolis Rally is expected to be seen by over 500 million TV viewers from all over the world, making the event a significant promotional opportunity for Greece.

Acropolis Rally to Pass Through Athens Center on September 9

The cars participating in the EKO Acropolis Rally 2021 event will pass through Athens’ central Syntagma Square on September 9.

Greece to Roll Out 2021 Tourism Strategy Based on New Digital Tools

The Greek National Tourism Organization's 2021 tourism strategy will include the complete revamp of the "Visit Greece" website and upgrade of a number of other digital tools.

Landmark Greek Museums and Archaeological Sites to Get Free WiFi

Visitors at 25 landmark archaeological sites and museums across Greece will soon have the opportunity to enjoy free wireless internet service (WiFi).

Αναβάθμιση του 112: Ερωτήσεις – Απαντήσεις

H Γενική Γραμματεία Πολιτικής Προστασίας απαντά στις ερωτήσεις των πολιτών για την αναβάθμιση της υπηρεσίας Android Emergency Location Service (112) για κινητά τηλέφωνα.

Renowned Museums, Sites of Crete Get Free WiFi

Visitors at four landmark archaeological sites and museums on Crete will soon be able to enjoy free WiFi offered by Cosmote.

Astir Beach Back in Action as Top Athenian Riviera Happening Spot

The historic Astir Beach is ready to welcome summer 2019 in true style with dozens of events, happenings, the finest food and drinks.

Mitsis Hotels Group Enters Digital Era with Cosmote Solutions

Committed to offering the finest quality services to its clients, Greece’s Mitsis Hotels Group enters the digital era by implementing innovative COSMOTE...

‘Cultural Route of Epirus’ to Launch in October 2018

The Cultural Route of Epirus, a project that aims to promote the area’s ancient theaters, is expected to officially launch in October 2018.

Internet Access Now @ Greece’s Ancient Sites, Museums

Net lovers can now have access to the internet at 19 archaeological sites and museums across Greece, the Central Archaeological Council (CAC) announced this week.