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Eastern Halkidiki Travel Packages Introduced to Polish Tour Operators

Polish tour operators were introduced to the diverse travel packages for holidays in Eastern Halkidiki, Northern Greece.

Acropolis in Athens Becomes Accessible to Visually Impaired Visitors

A tactile route has been inaugurated at the Acropolis in Athens, as part of an action to make the monument accessible to visually impaired visitors.

Thessaloniki Promoted to Israeli Market as Ideal City Break, Gastronomy Destination

A group of Israeli journalists recently had the chance to discover all that Thessaloniki, Greece, has to offer as a city break and gastronomy destination.

Athens’ Odeon of Herodes Atticus in Top 10 of World’s Most Beautiful Theaters

The Odeon of Herodes Atticus in Athens has been hailed as one of 10 the most beautiful theaters in the world.

Report: Culinary Tourism Market to Reach $4,530.9 Billion by 2032

The culinary tourism market is expected to reach a size of US $4,530.9 Bn by 2032, according to a report by Future Market Insights (FMI).

Elafonisos Looking to Appeal to Remote Workers

Elafonisos, a tiny island south of the Peloponnese, is taking steps to develop into a destination ideal for remote working.

Knossos Archaeological Site to be More Accessible to Visitors with Disabilities

The archaeological site of Knossos on Crete will be upgraded to become more accessible to people with disabilities, the Greek Culture Ministry has announced.

UNESCO to Celebrate 50th World Heritage Convention with Conference in Delphi, Greece

The celebration of the 50th anniversary of UNESCO’s historic World Heritage Convention will take the form of a conference in Delphi, Greece, during November 17-18.

Strengthening Culture Ties with Greece Tops Agenda of US Assistant Secretary Satterfield

Fostering the cultural ties between the United States and Greece was on the agenda of US Assistant Secretary of State for Educational and Cultural Affairs Lee Satterfield during her recent trip to Athens.

Ioannina Hosts Exhibition of Repatriated Icons

An exhibition with icons that had been stolen and then repatriated has opened in Ioannina, Northwestern Greece.

Parliament Approves Greece-Saudi Arabia MoU for Culture

Greece and Saudi Arabia's cultural MoU signed in July 2022, was recently ratified by the Greek Parliament.

Eastern Halkidiki Promoted as Pilgrimage Destination to the Lebanese

Pilgrimage tourism in Eastern Halkidiki was promoted to Lebanese journalists during a fam trip held by the Aristotle Municipality.

Greece Celebrates World Wine Tourism Day with Free Events

Wineries in Greece on Sunday, November 13, will offer free admission to wine enthusiasts in celebration of World Wine Tourism Day.

Dutch Travel Agents Come Closer to Thessaloniki

Dutch travel agents recently got the "inside story" on all that the Greek city of Thessaloniki has to offer its visitors.

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.

‘Cities of Tomorrow’ Displayed in Athens Center

Vassilisis Olgas Avenue, near the center of Athens, is hosting an open-air exhibition of art creations showing the “Cities of Tomorrow”.

Thessaloniki Metro Finds to be Displayed Near Sintrivani Station

The Thessaloniki Metro crossover building, located near the under-construction Sintrivani Station, will become a museum where finds from the metro excavations will be displayed.

‘Stay in Athens’ by Mastercard Initiative Promotes Greek Capital for Travel in November

The third edition of the “Stay in Athens” by Mastercard initiative will run in November aiming to promote the Greek capital as an autumn city-break destination.

Greece Carrying Out Renovations, Upgrades for Cultural Monuments, Sites Worth €1bn

Greece is currently carrying out and planning upgrades for culture worth 1 billion euros, assisting the economy and regional development, according to Culture Minister Lina Medoni.

Free Entrance to Greek Museums, Sites on October 28 National Holiday

State-run museums, monuments and archaeological sites in Greece will offer free entrance to all on the ‘Ohi Day’ national public holiday on October 28.