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Crete: Cable Car to Make Diktaean Cave More Accessible

Crete’s Diktaean Cave, believed to be the birthplace of Zeus, will be equipped with a cable car to make it fully accessible.

Penteli Municipality Unveils Signs for Hiking and Cycling Trails

Penteli Municipality has completed the signposting of the area’s first two hiking and cycling trails on Pentelicus mountain.

Central Greece Looks to Create Network of Paths and Walking Routes

The regional authority of Central Greece is looking to create a network of paths and walking routes to enhance hiking experiences and promote sustainable tourism.

Peloponnese: Two New Museums to Open in Argos this Year

Two new museums are expected to open this year in Argos, a historic city in the Peloponnese.

Panathinaikos Stadium on Track for 2026 Completion, Says Athens Mayor

Athens Mayor Kostas Bakoyannis confirmed progress of the Panathinaikos Stadium construction, on track for 2026 completion.

Helpdesk: New Service for Greek Hoteliers Informs on Business Growth Funding

The Hellenic Chamber of Hotels has launched the new Helpdesk information platform for hoteliers seeking funding opportunities for business growth.

Recovery Funding Programs for Greek Tourism SMEs to Open in December

Small and medium-sized tourism enterprises in Greece will be able to tap into 1.6 billion euros in recovery funding as of next month.

Greece to Fund New Smart Cities Program with €320 Million

Greece’s Smart Cities program, which involves the digital transformation of municipalities, will be funded with 320 million euros, Digital Governance Minister Kyriakos Pierrakakis announced.

European Parliament Approves Fresh ‘InvestEU’ Tools

Τhe European Parliament has approved the new InvestEU funding program, aiming to fortify the EU economy and create jobs.

Greek Coastal Shipping Companies to Receive Extra €20m as Support

An additional 20 million euros will be given to support Greek coastal shipping companies that have been hit by the Covid-19 pandemic, according to the Shipping Ministry.

Wedding Tourism Next Target for Attica Region

As part of efforts to promote its wedding tourism options, the Attica Region participated in this year’s Bridal Expo 2019 that was recently held in Athens.

Attica Region Approves Funding for New Tourism SMEs

A total of 11.82 million euros will be allocated to 76 newly-established small- and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), according to the Region of Attica.

Feast Greece off to Texas for SXSW Digital Creativity Fair

Crowd funding event organizers Feast Greece will be participating in one of the world’s largest digital creativity fairs - the 23rd annual SXSW Interactive Festival - to be held in Austin, Texas, on March 11-15.

Greek Ports to Receive Funding for Infrastructure Improvements

Greece will upgrade the infrastructure of 49 ports with funds of 4.3 million euros, according to a decision of the country's caretaker ministers for shipping, Christos Zois and economy, Nikos Christodoulakis.