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Ministry Prioritizes Development of Greece’s MICE Tourism Segment

The Greek Tourism Ministry has joined forces with MICE organizers to formulate a strategy to promote conference tourism.

Greece’s Year-round Hotels See Occupancy Levels Reach 60% During Holiday Season

Hotel occupancy levels at winter destinations in Greece reached 60% during the Christmas and New Year holidays.

Greek Hoteliers Expect Turnover to Reach 2019 Levels in 2023

The majority of Greek hoteliers expect their turnover to reach pre-pandemic levels in 2023, according to a survey by the Institute for Tourism Research and Forecasts (ITEP).

Greece’s City Hotels are Waiting for Business Travel to Return

Greece’s year-round city hotels are preparing for a ‘heavy winter’ as the various segments of business travel, mainly conferences, have yet to recover due to Covid-19.

Tentative Protocols for Conferences and Events Announced in Greece 

The Greek government has announced health protocols for the organization of events and conferences in the Covid-19 era.

Thessaloniki MICE Organizers Call for Covid-19 Health Protocols

Conference and events organizers in Thessaloniki are calling on the government to accelerate the announcement of Covid-19 health protocols for MICE tourism.

HAPCO Partners with DMCs to Strengthen Greek Meetings Industry Voice

The Hellenic Association of Professional Congress Organizers (HAPCO) is joining forces with DMCs to strengthen the Greek meetings industry's voice.

Greece Covid-19 Restrictions: Tourism and Travel-related Information

The Greek Tourism Ministry reminds of the rules that are in force for hospitality, tourism and travel during Greece's Covid-19 lockdown.

Greece Reopens Casinos, Allows Organization of Conferences

Greece has announced the lifting of restrictive measures that were imposed on a number of business categories to curb the spread of Covid-19.

Kea Steps in as Diving Destination, Showcases 100 Years of Shipwrecks

Shipwrecks, diving and marine history will be the focus of an international conference to take place on the Cycladic island of Kea on September 30-October 2.

Volos Meet Explores Urban Planning, Regional Development

Urban planning and regional development will be the focus of a conference on September 24-27, to be held at the University of Thessaly premises in the city of Volos in Greece.