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Op-Ed: George Patoulis on building the Attica of tomorrow

Attica has a comprehensive tourism strategy to make the region an independent destination where tourists can really find anything they want and even more, says governor, George Patoulis.

Attica and Dubai Discuss Tourism Cooperation

The Region of Attica and Dubai are exploring ways to strengthen ties in the tourism field with a focus on gastronomy and health/wellness tourism.

Greece Designing New Health Tourism Framework

The Greek Tourism Ministry is designing, in cooperation with WHO, a new legal framework for the development of health and wellness tourism.

Attica Region Wins 5 Awards for Video Tourism Campaign

The Region of Attica has won five awards for its 2020 video tourism campaign launched to promote its destinations and thematic experiences.

Attica Voted World’s Leading Seaside Metropolitan Destination 2021

The Region of Attica in Greece was given the title of the World’s Leading Seaside Metropolitan Destination 2021 at this year’s World Travel Awards.

Attica Shows its Authentic Tourism Experiences to UK Market

The Region of Attica presented its authentic tourism experiences to UK tourism professionals during the WTM London 2021 travel trade show.

Attica Named Europe’s Leading Seaside Metropolitan Destination at WTA 2021

Attica has been announced as Europe’s Leading Seaside Metropolitan Destination at the World Travel Awards (WTA) 2021 for its unique coastal destinations.

‘Athens Marathon. The Authentic’ Ready to Make its Comeback

“Athens Marathon. The Authentic” will make its comeback to the Greek capital during November 13-14, following its absence last year due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

Attica Promises Year-round Memorable Travel Experiences to French Travelers

The multiple travel experiences that the destinations of Attica offer its visitors were presented during the IFTM Top Resa expo in Paris.

Attica Governor Activates Health Protection Hotline for Tourists and Residents

Greek residents and tourists in Attica with questions or concerns about the current conditions concerning the wildfires can now call a hotline to get information.

Old Acropolis Museum to Reopen as Exhibition Venue

The Old Acropolis Museum in Athens will be restored to reopen as an exhibition venue.

Region Aims to Make Attica the Perfect Year-round Destination

Greek Governor Giorgos Patoulis is aiming to make the Attica Region the perfect 12-month destination thanks to its diverse options and “cosmopolitan charm”.

Greece’s Attica Region Taking Action to Attract Int’l Travelers

The Region of Attica is taking action to promote the area as an attractive tourism destination offering a number of alternative travel options.

Elefsina Archaeological Site Upgrade to be Completed in 2022

Works for the upgrade of the Elefsina archaeological site, located near Athens, are expected to be completed by 2022.

Elitour: George Patoulis Re-elected President of Greek Health Tourism Council

Attica Governor George Patoulis has been re-elected president of the Greek Health Tourism Council – Elitour for a second term.

Delphi Forum to Analyze the Future of Greek Tourism

The future of Greek tourism will be analyzed during the 6th Delphi Economic Forum that is scheduled to take place in hybrid form between May 10-15.

Attica Region’s Digital Tourism Campaign Honored at IAB MIXX Awards 2020

The digital tourism campaign of the Attica Region won three honors at the IAB MIXX Awards 2020.

Plans to Promote Wine Tourism in Attica Begin to Fall in Place

The Attica Region is joining forces with wine and food experts to design a digital wine map to promote Attica's wine products and routes.

Greece: Health Tourism to Drive Industry Growth in post-Covid-19 Era

Health tourism could be the key for the recovery of the Greek tourism sector in the post-Covid-19 era, according to Elitour President George Patoulis.

Covid-19: Over 9,600 Small Attica Businesses to Receive Support

The Region of Attica will allocate over 250 million euros to support over 9,600 small and very small enterprises impacted by the Covid-19 pandemic.