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Greece Breaks All Tourism Records, Welcomes 33 Million Travelers in 2018

A total of 33 million people visited Greece in 2018, generating more than 16 billion euros in revenues and breaking all performance records to date.

Greek Tourism Numbers Add Up to a Robust 2018 Close

As 2018 comes to a close, the Greek Tourism Ministry issued an update on figures, which back positive forecasts for a record year in tourism.

Greece Sees Tourist Arrivals Rise 27.1% in Jan-May

The number of foreign tourist arrivals to Greece in the first five months of the year rose by 27.1 percent year-on-year, according to data released on Wednesday by the Bank of Greece.

Greece: Visitor Arrivals Reach Record High In August

The number of foreign tourist arrivals to Greece in August this year reached 4.88 million people, rising by 25 percent compared to the same month in 2013, Bank of Greece data revealed on 22 October.

Greece: 22.5 Million International Tourist Arrivals By End Of Year – Report

Greece is expected to record some 22.5 million foreign tourist arrivals (including cruise passengers) this year, compared to 19.9 million visitors in 2013, according to a recent report released by Alpha Bank.

International Tourist Arrivals To Greece Surge 20.8% In Jan-July

The number of foreign tourist arrivals to Greece rose 20.8 percent in the first seven months of this year in comparison to the same period last year, according to recent data released by the Bank of Greece.

Zakynthos, Greece: Increase In Foreign Tourist Arrivals In First Half Of 2014

Foreign tourist arrivals to the Greek island of Zakynthos in the first half of the year were up by 20 percent, according to airport data released recently.

Greece Expected To Break Record On Foreign Arrivals, Tourism Revenue

This year's tourism season in Greece is expected to mark a new record in terms of foreign tourist arrivals and revenue.

2014 Can Be An Even Better Year For Greek Tourism

Next year can be even a better year for Greek tourism, Tourism Minister Olga Kefalogianni said on 7 September on the sidelines of the 78th Thessaloniki International Fair opening in Thessaloniki where she accompanied Prime Minister Antonis Samaras.