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Athens Among Europe’s Cheapest City Break Destinations for 2023

Condé Nast Traveller has included Athens as one of the cheapest and nicest European cities to visit in 2023.

Acropolis Museum Launches New Social and Educational Programs

The Acropolis Museum in Athens has announced new educational activities designed for schools and people of different backgrounds in Greece and abroad.

Greece Partner Country of Finland’s Matka 2023 Travel Expo

The Matka Nordic Travel Fair, one of northern Europe’s largest travel events, returns in January 2023 in full force with Greece as its partner country.

European Tourism Issues Discussed in Thessaloniki

Sustainable tourism and the labor shortage/skills gap in the industry were the main issues discussed at the European Travel Agents’ and Tour Operators’ Associations’ recent semi-annual meeting in Thessaloniki.

European Travel Agents to Discuss Major Tourism Issues in Thessaloniki

The European Travel Agents’ and Tour Operators’ Associations’ (ECTAA) has chosen Thessaloniki for its semi-annual meeting to discuss important challenges of the industry.

Pinterest: Athens, Santorini, Mykonos in Top 50 European Cities With Most Beautiful Homes

Athens, Santorini and Mykonos are among the top 50 European cities with the most picturesque homes, according to data from image-sharing platform Pinterest.

Elafonisos Looking to Appeal to Remote Workers

Elafonisos, a tiny island south of the Peloponnese, is taking steps to develop into a destination ideal for remote working.

Greek Hoteliers See Big Challenges Coming in 2023

Greek tourism may have seen more revenue than expected this season, but the country’s hoteliers are bracing themselves for challenges in 2023.

Greek Destinations Among Europe’s Best to Escape to this Winter

Many Greek destinations have been included on Europe’s 50 Best to Escape Winter list released by Holidu and Spain–Holiday.

Grecotel Promotes Cretan Lifestyle and Diet at Experiential Conference

The health benefits of the Cretan lifestyle and diet were highlighted at an experiential conference in Rethymno, attended by over 100 university professors and co-organized by Grecotel.

Grand Forest Metsovo in Greece is Once Again the World’s Leading Landmark Hotel

The Grand Forest Metsovo, a Greek luxury nature retreat, was once again given the title of the “World’s Leading Landmark Hotel” at the World Travel Awards.

Tourist Arrivals at South Aegean Islands Jump 15% Over pre-COVID Levels

Greece’s South Aegean islands, which include popular destinations like Rhodes, Santorini, and Mykonos, are breaking traveler flow records in 2022.

Athens Among US Travelers’ Top Winter Escapes in Europe

Athens is among the European capitals that Americans are considering to travel to this winter, says Allianz Partners USA.

Thessaloniki to Host ECTAA’s Semi-Annual Meeting 2022

Thessaloniki in Northern Greece will be the host destination of the European Travel Agents’ and Tour Operators’ Associations’ (ECTAA) Semi-Annual Meeting 2022 during November 22-25.

Xenia 2022 Hospitality Expo is Just Around the Corner

Xenia, a key trade meeting point in Greece for the hospitality industry, is getting ready to welcome a highly specialised audience during November 26-28.

Amalia Hotels Group Revamps Website to Enhance Customer Experience

The Amalia Hotels Group recently presented its revamped and upgraded website, following contemporary trends that aim to enhance customer experience.

Dutch Travel Agents Come Closer to Thessaloniki

Dutch travel agents recently got the "inside story" on all that the Greek city of Thessaloniki has to offer its visitors.

ANEK Lines Promotes Greek Destinations at Italy’s TTG Travel Experience Fair

Greek destinations were promoted through ANEK Line's participation at the 59th TTG Travel Experience Fair recently held in Italy.

‘Cities of Tomorrow’ Displayed in Athens Center

Vassilisis Olgas Avenue, near the center of Athens, is hosting an open-air exhibition of art creations showing the “Cities of Tomorrow”.

South Aegean Region Sees 2022 Tourism Season Ending with Record Arrivals

The islands of the South Aegean Region are expected to see record international arrivals by air this year and surpass pre-Covid 2019 levels.