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Greece to See More Cruise Ship Arrivals at Ports this Year, Says ELIME

More cruise ship arrivals to Greek ports this year are expected compared to 2019, according to the Hellenic Ports Association (ELIME).

Cruise Travel to Greece to Break All Records in 2022, Says Minister Kikilias

Cruise travel to Greece will break all records in 2022 with a 300% increase estimated for Thessaloniki alone, says Tourism Minister Vassilis Kikilias.

Thessaloniki to Welcome First Cruise Ship of the Year with New Luggage Transport Services

Thessaloniki will welcome the first cruise ship of 2022 on February 5 with new check-in and luggage transport services.

Thessaloniki Set to Welcome Cruise Ships from March 2022

Thessaloniki will kick off its cruise season on March 6 with 60 percent of all itineraries to home port in the northern Greek city.

Sustainable Tourism, Tackling Overtourism Priorities for Greece

Addressing overtourism by introducing other destinations to travelers is a top priority for Greece, according to Greek Tourism Minister Vassilis Kikilias.

Greece Taps into Cruise Tourism with Upgraded Port Infrastructure 

Greece is planning to improve its port infrastructure in order to meet the increasing demand of cruise ship arrivals.

Heraklion Home-porting Boosts Cruise Passenger Traffic by 39%

Thanks to increasing home-porting actions, the Cretan town of Heraklion marked a 39 percent rise in cruise traveler numbers in 2018 against 2017.

DiaNEOsis Study: More Home Ports Key to Stronger Cruise Tourism to Greece

Making Greece a home port for luxury liners and securing strategic investments are crucial to a robust cruise travel sector, according to diaNEOsis.

South Aegean Region Laying Out Plans for Rhodes Cruise Tourism

The South Aegean Region and Rhodes authorities are seeking ways to boost cruise tourism to the island under the EU’s SIROCCO research program.

Piraeus Port Investments, Upgrades to Focus on Cruise Travel

Boosting investments and upgrading port infrastructure to facilitate incoming cruise tourism topped the agenda of talks between the Piraeus Port Authority and the municipality recently.