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Greece Looking to Further Develop its Religious Tourism Product

The Greek Tourism Ministry is looking into ways to boost Greece’s presence in the lucrative religious tourism market.

Athens on TIME Magazine’s ‘World’s Greatest Places 2021’ List

TIME Magazine has included Athens on its list of the “World’s Greatest Places of 2021” for its prime cruise infrastructure and unique tourism offerings.

Minoan Lines: 100% of Employees Vaccinated Against Covid-19

Minoan Lines has announced that 100% of its central and port offices staff have been vaccinated against Covid-19.

New Azur Retreat on Meganisi Takes Accommodation to Different Heights

The Azur Retreat, a new boho lux resort on the Ionian island of Meganisi, has opened and is offering travelers a whole new accommodation experience.

Coca–Cola Teams Up with Marketing Greece to Promote Greek Gastronomy

Marketing Greece and Coca-Cola have joined forces to promote Greek gastronomy as an integral part of the travel experience.

New Study Reveals Greek Marinas €2.8 Billion Potential

Greece stands to gain 2.8 billion euros in the next decade if it taps into the potential of its marinas, according to a study presented by diaNEOsis.

GNTO President Shows Support to ‘Clean it Like Greek’ Initiative

GNTO President Angela Gerekou recently attended the beach cleanup initiatives of the Aquahelp Foundation on the islands of Patmos, Arki and Lipsi.

New ‘Pocket Park’ with Aromatic Plants Opens in Sepolia, Athens

The Municipality of Athens has opened the city’s fifth pocket park in the neighborhood of Sepolia and filled it with aromatic plants.

An Englishman in Athens: Sting to Perform at Odeon of Herodes Atticus

Sting will perform two very special concerts this fall at the historic Odeon of Herodes Atticus in Athens, Greece.

Greek Hotels Embrace Technology as Tool for Development

Greek hoteliers have embraced new technologies and are providing guests with advanced tools in efforts to upgrade the hospitality experience.

Air Travel: Most Passengers Support Mask-wearing, Says Survey

Most air travelers are confident about the safety of air travel and support mask-wearing in the near-term, according to a survey conducted by the International Air Transport Association (IATA).

Greece Takes Action to Reopen Zakynthos’ Famed Shipwreck Beach

A bill open for public consultation is expected to pave the way for the popular Navagio Beach on Zakynthos to reopen to the public.

UK Media Shines Spotlight on Greek Travel Destinations

Leading UK travel magazines and newspapers are shining the spotlight on Greek destinations as British travelers rush to book their holidays this summer.

Celestyal Cruises Further Upgrades Ventilation System of its Fleet

Celestyal Cruises has partnered with AtmosAir Solutions with the aim to further upgrade its ventilation system across its fleet.

City of Athens Announces Syntagma Square Revamp

Athens’ main square at Syntagma will get a makeover as part of the municipality’s urban regeneration program.

Messinia Hoteliers Campaign Urges Covid-19 Vaccination

The Messinia Hoteliers Association is urging people to get vaccinated through a new campaign launched to raise awareness on preventing the spread of Covid-19.

WorldTicket and Discover the World Partner to Offer Seamless Solution for Airlines

Discover the World has partnered with WorldTicket to provide its airline customers with a wide range of seamless services.

Nominations Open for 2021 IATA Diversity and Inclusion Awards

IATA is inviting nominations for its 2021 Diversity and Inclusion Awards, which recognize the efforts to promote a more diverse and inclusive aviation industry.

GNTO and ECTAA ‘Showcase’ Greece to European Markets

European travel professionals were informed on Greece’s tourism infrastructure through the ‘Showcase’ online presentations by the GNTO and ECTAA.

Hellenic Seaways: New Schedules for High-speed Vessels to the Greek Islands

The Attica Group has announced new itineraries of Hellenic Seaways' high-speed vessels "Highspeed 4", "Hellenic Highspeed" and "Flying Cat 3".