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Mykonos’ Aphrodite Beach Resort Promotes Cultural Tourism Through Art Exhibition

The Aphrodite Beach Resort on Mykonos is promoting Greek cultural tourism through its art venue, created in collaboration with the RESTART Contemporary Art Platform.

Stray Dog Adoption Event to be Held in Messinia

An event dedicated to the protection and adoption of stray dogs will be held during September 27-29 at Costa Navarino in Messinia.

Greece Selected as Filming Location for Chinese Travel Show

The Greek islands of Santorini and Kefallonia were selected as locations for the filming of two episodes of the popular Chinese travel TV show, “Slow life: Feel the world”.

Aria Hotels Expands to Sifnos, Adds ‘Patriarca’ to Portfolio

Aria Hotels has expanded its activities to the island of Sifnos by adding the Patriarca boutique hotel to its portfolio of properties.

Poseidonion Grand Hotel Promotes Sustainable Transport on Spetses

The Poseidonion Grand Hotel on Spetses is offering its guests the opportunity to travel around the island with electric vehicles.

NatGeo Food Festival Guests Treated to ‘Brunch in Attica’

The Region of Attica recently treated the guests of UK’s National Geographic Traveller Food Festival to its authentic brunch recipes.

Athens Utopia Ermou Hotel Unveils New Rooftop Café & Wine Bar

The Athens Utopia Ermou Hotel, located in the heart of the Greek capital, has opened a stylish new rooftop café & wine bar.

‘Thessbrunch’ Launches New #koulouriofthemonth Photo Contest

"Thessbrunch", the culinary initiative of the Thessaloniki Hotels Association, has launched a new photo contest with the hashtag #koulouriofthemonth.

Greece and Poland Celebrate 100 Years of Diplomatic Relations

The 100th anniversary since the establishment of the diplomatic relations between Greece and Poland was celebrated with a cultural festival in Zgorzelec.

National Geographic Explores the ‘Must-try’ Gastronomy of Naxos

Naxos' local products and "must-try meals" are featured in an extensive article published on the website of National Geographic.

7th Athens Democracy Forum Brings Int’l Business Leaders, Policy Makers to Greece

The Greek capital in October is preparing to host the 7th Athens Democracy Forum with the participation of international business leaders and policy makers.

Creta Maris Holds ‘Tree Preservation Day’ Event for its Guests

The Creta Maris Beach Resort on Crete recently held a “Tree Preservation Day” event with the participation of its guests and employees.

‘The Mindspark’ Event Returns to Thessaloniki in September

“The Mindspark”, a leading event focusing on marketing and innovative thinking, will return to Thessaloniki in September, hosting speakers from all over the world.
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Athenaeum Hotels Group Welcomes New Member in Athens

The Athenaeum Hotels Group has added a new member to its portfolio in Athens: the Eridanus Hotel located in the Gazi district near the city center.

Luxury ‘Parīlio Hotel’ Opens on Paros

The newly established Parīlio hotel, a member of the Design Hotels, has opened its doors to welcome guests to the island of Paros.

Neptune Hotels Holds Annual Beach Cleanup Event on Kos

The Neptune Hotels Resort Convention Center & Spa recently held its annual cleanup event on the beach of Troulos on the Dodecanese island of Kos.

‘Butterfly Stories’ Announces New Partnerships, Expands Portfolio of Services

Greek food management company Butterfly Stories has expanded its portfolio of services and is now offering product marketing services to companies active in the food industry.

Thessaloniki to Welcome Greece’s Largest Mythology Theme Park

Greece's largest Greek mythology theme park, dedicated to the 12 Olympian gods, will open its doors in Thessaloniki in October.

Athens to Host ‘Hola’ Flamenco Festival 2019 in September

Flamenco artists living Greece and popular musicians from Spain will gather in Athens on September 10 for the “Hola” Flamenco Festival 2019.

Seajets Head Honored for Supporting Attica’s Wildfire Victims

A year after the deadly fire in northeastern Attica, the head of Greek ferry operator Seajets, Marios Iliopoulos, was honored for supporting the wildfire's victims.