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Greece’s 2021 Tourism Numbers at 60% of 2019 Levels, Says Hoteliers Chief

Greece’s tourism numbers for 2021 have reached some 60 percent of 2019 levels, according to Hellenic Hoteliers Federation President Grigoris Tasios.

Greece, UNWTO Discuss Sustainable Tourism at WTM London Expo

Adopting sustainable practices in tourism topped a meeting agenda between Greek Tourism Minister Vassilis Kikilias and UNWTO Secretary-General Zurab Pololikashvili at WTM London 2021.

WTM: Greece a Favorite Holiday Hotspot for Brits in 2022 

Greece is a favorite destination for British holidaymakers planning to travel in 2022, with the Mediterranean at the top of their wish lists, says the WTM Industry Report 2021.

AEGEAN CEO: Infrastructure, Vaccination Key to Greece Air Travel Recovery

Increasing Covid-19 vaccination reach and completing crucial infrastructure are key for Greece's tourism recovery, according to AEGEAN CEO Dimitris Gerogiannis.

Greece to Channel €310m in Recovery Funds into Tourism Upgrade

Greece will channel 310 million euros in Recovery Funds into sustainable tourism development, diversified products, and boosting competitiveness.

Greek Tourism to Enter New Era with 11 Key Projects

Eleven major investments in cruise, marina, and airport infrastructure are expected to take Greek tourism to the next level after Covid-19.

New Golf Tourism Project for Greece Announced

A golf tourism project budgeted at 300 million euros and set to create 1,500 jobs when completed, is in the pipeline for the central Greece region of Fokida.

Greece Updates Golf Course Regulations

Looking to tap into the growing interest for golf tourism in Greece, the Tourism Ministry has proceeded with a series of revisions to golf course regulations.

Air Travel Normality Essential for Greek Tourism’s Recovery

The return of air travel to normality is one of the factors that Greek tourism's recovery from the Covid-19 crisis depends on, according to analysts.