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EOT Launches Revamped Internet Site

The Hellenic Tourism Organization (EOT) launched its revamped Internet site last month, but admitted there is much work to be done before the site is up to the standards planned by the organization. A brief surf, however, of www.gnto.gr shows some impressive photographs of the...

Tourism Industry Must Diversify

Greece's tourism industry must diversify and invest its energies into developing alternative forms of tourism, stressed Hellenic Tourism Organisation Secretary General Evgenios Yiannakopoulos at a recent press luncheon organized by the Foreign Press Association of Greece. He...

Greek Cuisine Again On German Rail Network

German commuters were wined and dined Greek-style on their country's railways last month. Organizers hope the taste of Greece will tempt some of the commuters to spend their annual vacation in Greece.

Rodos Golf Course Again Up For Grabs

The Rodos Afandou golf course is set to undergo a major redevelopment that is to be funded by the Hellenic Tourism Organisation (EOT). The decision to revamp the course, considered an important element of the island's effort to develop alternative forms of tourism, was announced...

Annual Tourism Awards Smash Hit

Twenty Greek tourism enterprises were honored at the 2nd Festival of Greek Tourism, organized by "Travel Trade Gazette Greece." The plush event was held in December at the Athenaeum Intercontinental hotel.

SETE Sends EOT Chief 2004 Message

The Association of Greek Tourist Enterprises (SETE) has forwarded a letter to the Hellenic Tourism Organization's general secretary Evgenios Yiannakopoulos pointing out that the tourism sector can reap enormous benefits from Athens' hosting of the 2004 Olympics.

Billions Promised For Tourism Development

After nine months of difficult negotiations, Greek political leaders and members of the Hellenic Tourism Organization (EOT) managed to get the European Union to promise 153.7 million euros, or about 51 billion drachmas, for Greek tourism projects.

EOT To Open Office In China

The Greek National Tourism Organization (EOT) plans to open an office in China shortly. EOT's secretary general, Evgenios Yiannakopoulos announced last month that the move would help Greece to tap into that country's growing outgoing tourism market.
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