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New Hollywood Production to Start Filming in Northern Greece

A new Hollywood production starring Robert De Niro is expected to start filming in Paranesti in the area of Drama, northern Greece, in a few months.

Greece Launches International Tender for New Concession of Attiki Odos

The Hellenic Republic Asset Development Fund has launched an international tender for the new concession of Attiki Odos, a 70km motorway system in Attica.

Rhodes and Santorini in World’s Top 22 Trending Destinations for 2022

TripAdvisor’s Travelers’ Choice Awards have placed the Greek islands of Rhodes and Santorini among the Top 22 Trending Destinations in the World for 2022.

Mykonos’ ‘Cavo Tagoo’ Among Europe’s Most Beautiful Luxury Hotels for 2022

Mykonos is home to one of Europe’s most beautiful luxury hotels, the Cavo Tagoo, a new global research by Money.co.uk. reveals.

WTTC Announces New Dates for its 2022 Global Summit in Manila

The World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC) has announced that its highly anticipated 21st Global Summit will take place in Manila in April instead of March.

November 2021 Greek Tourism Revenues Close to Pre-pandemic Levels

Greek tourism revenues in November exceeded 2020 figures and came very close to pre-Covid-19 levels, according to the Bank of Greece.

ICAO: Int’l Air Passenger Traffic Grows in 2021 But Still Below 2019 Levels

Although global air passenger traffic last year rose from a 60% drop seen in 2020, it still remains below pre-Covid levels, according to ICAO.

Peloponnese Region Investing €1.9m in New Tourism Promotion Program for 2022

The Peloponnese Region's tourism destinations and thematic travel products will be promoted in 2022 through a new 1.95-million-euro program.

Tender for Itea Marina Launched by Greek State Privatization Fund

The Hellenic Republic Asset Development Fund has launched an international tender for the development of the Itea marina in central Greece.

Piraeus: Plans for Underwater Antiquities Museum Get Approval

Greece’s Council of Museums has given the green light for the creation of an Underwater Antiquities Museum on the coastal front of Piraeus.

Travelport Delivers New Modern Travel Retailing Tools

Travelport has introduced new travel retailing tools in its next-generation platform, Travelport+, enabling travel agents to offer more choice to travelers.

New Exhibition Reveals the Significant Role of Horses in Ancient Athens

The significant role that horses played in the lives of ancient Athenians is highlighted in a new art and science exhibition that opened in the Greek capital.

Goldair Appointed General Sales Agent of Malaysia Airlines in Greece

Goldair has been appointed as the General Sales Agent of Malaysia Airlines in Greece.

Major Sidewalk Upgrade Project Continues in Athens

A major project for the upgrade of sidewalks in Athens is underway in the city’s commercial center and neighborhoods.

TUI fly Belgium Announces Flights to Karpathos in Summer 2022

TUI fly Belgium has released its 2022 summer flight schedule that includes flights to the Greek island of Karpathos.

IATA Appoints Frederic Leger as SVP for Commercial Products and Services

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has appointed Frederic Leger as its Senior Vice President (SVP) for Commercial Products and Services.

Crete: Tourists See Chania as Safe Destination

Tourists see Chania as a safe destination and a possible vacation option for the near future, according to a survey by the Tourism Observatory of Western Crete.

GBTA Survey: What US Business Travelers Want to Know

A recent survey by GBTA and Dinova reveals what US business travelers want to know about traveling in the Covid-19 era and beyond.

Blue Air Adds New Greek Destinations to 2022 Summer Schedule

Blue Air will fly to new Greek island destinations from three Romanian cities during the summer of 2022.

Marin Hotel Completes Renovation, Welcomes Guests to Heraklion

The Marin Hotel, located in Heraklion on the Greek island of Crete, has completed a large-scale renovation of its rooms and public areas.