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New Greek Travel Products Introduced At B2B Travel Event In Thessaloniki

Greek tourism professionals came in contact with travel agencies from target international markets and discussed new collaborations at the second B2B Travel Event held 8-9 April at the Capsis Hotel in Thessaloniki by Respond on Demand.
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Athens Mayor In Beijing To Boost Tourism

Athens Mayor Giorgos Kaminis today, 29 March, will sign a memorandum of understanding for tourism, business and culture with Beijing Mayor Wang Ansun, according to the City of Athens.
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Thessaloniki To Host B2B Travel Event In April

Greek hoteliers will have the opportunity to come in contact with travel agencies from abroad at the second B2B Travel Event to be held 8-9 April 2013 at the Capsis Hotel in Thessaloniki.
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Greek Travel Agents Called To Attend Tourism Forum In Ankara, Turkey

The Hellenic Association of Travel & Tourist Agencies (HATTA) is inviting Greek travel agents to attend a tourism forum in Ankara that will include B2B meetings between Greek tourism professionals and Turkish enterprises.
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Greek Businesses Called To Take Part In WACS 2016

Greek tourism professionals, entrepreneurs and professional culinary schools are invited to form partnerships and actively participate in promoting Greek gastronomy through the 37th World Association of Chefs Societies (WACS) Congress that will take place in Athens in 2016.
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SETE Calls For Synergies To Promote Greek Gastronomy

If Greek tourism professionals, restaurant owners and local producers developed synergies and worked together, Greece’s gastronomy could contribute an additional 500,000 arrivals to Greece, one billion euros to the country's GDP and 50,000 new jobs.
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Germans Not Going To Greece This Year, FFS Study

German tourists will opt for Turkey, Spain and Italy this year while not even one in a hundred will choose Greece, according to a tourism study presented recently in Hamburg by German research institute Foundation for Future Studies (FFS).
Athens was selected to host the 37th World Association of Chefs Societies (WACS) Congress in May 2016.
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Athens WACS Congress To Be Presented At HORECA

Athens, Greece and Mediterranean cuisine will be advertised to every corner of the world during the 37th World Association of Chefs Societies (WACS) Congress in 2016.
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Tourism Professionals Applaud Shipping Ministry’s Revised Omnibus Bill

A revised multi-bill recently released by the Greek Shipping Ministry was applauded by Greek tourism professionals today, Thursday, 24 January, as it contains provisions in favor of the Greek coastal shipping sector and therefore is expected to boost the Greek economy and the...
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CarbonTour Project: Strategic Planning Towards Carbon Neutrality In Tourism

Greek tourism professionals gained valuable insights yesterday, 10 December, on calculating their carbon footprint and reducing CO2 emissions, during the presentation of the CarbonTour project and software tool at the international conference on the promotion of sustainability...

First Greek Roadshow In Southeast Asia To Kick Off In 2013

Greece will be introduced to three capital cities of the Southeast Asia market next year through the first Roadshow of its kind that will aim to engage Greek tourism professionals with travel agencies that specialize in outgoing tourism from Southeast Asia, a new and promising market.
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Greek Tourism Sector Applauds Eurogroup Agreement

Greek tourism professionals today, 27 November, applauded the agreement Eurozone finance ministers reached with the International Monetary Fund on how to make Greece’s debt sustainable.

Easter Holiday Travel Disrupted By Crisis, Strikes And High Fares

The effects of Greece’s economic crisis (pay cuts, job and pension cuts, tax hikes) coupled with increased ferry ticket prices and a 48-hour strike of seamen, was enough for many Greeks to either change their holiday plans or just stay home last month during the Easter holiday.

Domestic Tourism Expected To Drop This Year

Domestic tourism is expected to show a reduction of some 20 percent this year as the economic crisis is keeping Greeks home, according to recent estimations of Greek tourism professionals.

Transhotel Expands To Greece

Global travel services provider Transhotel has announced the inauguration of its Greek branch after years of cooperation with Greek tourism professionals.