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New York Times: Methana One of ‘52 Places to Go in 2023’

Methana, situated on a volcanic peninsula attached to Northeastern Peloponnese, was included in The New York Times’ “52 Places to go in 2023” list.

Greece Honored at Reiselivsmessen Expo 2023 in Oslo

Greece was the honored country at the international tourism exhibition Reiselivsmessen 2023 held in Oslo, Norway.

Drink-free Holidays: Greece One of the Most Popular Destinations for Teetotal Travelers

Greece is among the world’s top 10 most popular destinations for a booze-free trip, according to a survey by tour operator Kuoni.

ABTA: Greece 5th Among Top 23 Destinations for 2023

Greece was chosen as one of the most popular destinations British travelers plan to visit in 2023, according to research released by ABTA.

Thessaloniki Runs Online ‘Chillout Christmas’ Tourism Campaign

Thessaloniki’s festive atmosphere during the Christmas season was the theme of the latest online campaign of the city’s tourism organization.

Le Monde: Meteora Among World’s Must-visit Destinations for 2023

Meteora in Thessaly is included as one of the world’s must-visit destinations on the 2023 Travel List of French newspaper Le Monde.

Rhodes 2023 Marathon to Welcome Runners from 35 Countries

The Greek island of Rhodes will host athletes from more than 35 countries for the 8th Rhodes International Marathon in late April.

Luxury Travel: Athens, Mykonos and Santorini are a Must

The Athens-Mykonos-Santorini trio of Greek destinations remains a popular choice among independent luxury travelers to Greece, says DMC Eurobound.

Bell Tower of Landmark Church in Athens to be Restored

The Greek Culture Ministry has filed a restoration plan for the bell tower of one of the most historic churches in the center of Athens: the Holy Temple of the Life-giving Spring.

Dutch Choose Rhodes as their Favorite Greek City for 2023

The main town of the Greek island of Rhodes was chosen by Dutch travelers as their Favorite Greek City for 2023, according to an online survey conducted by the website Griekenland.

Greek Fish ‘Tsipoura’ Gets Quality Badge

Greek sea breams raised in aquaculture plants in Eastern Halkidiki now have a quality badge, the Aristotle Municipality has announced.

Ioannina, Epirus to Become Southeast Europe Transport Hub

Ioannina and Epirus are expected to become an important Southeast Europe transport hub, upon the completion of major infrastructure works in the area.

CNN: Thessaloniki Among the Best Destinations to Visit in 2023

Thessaloniki, Northern Greece was chosen as one of the 23 best destinations to visit in 2023 by the CNN Travel editorial team.

Greece Among World’s Most Popular Travel Aesthetics Destinations

Greece ranked 2nd in the World's Most Popular Travel Aesthetics Country list, according to a research recently published by Pour Moi.

Greece in Top 10 Best Places to Retire in 2023

Greece was named the World’s 7th Best Place to Retire in 2023, according to International Living’s Annual Global Retirement Index.

Thessaloniki Shines at Greek-Polish Tourism Workshop

Thessaloniki, Northern Greece was recently promoted as a culinary and alternative destination to the Polish tourism market during a B2B event in Warsaw.

Greek Tourism in 2022 ‘What a Success’, Hails ECTAA

Greek tourism has experienced a record – breaking year with almost 30 million visitors in 2022, according to a recent announcement by ECTAA.

Greek Museums, Sites Revenue Second Best Since 2012

Greek museums and archaeological sites marked their second-best ticket revenue performance since 2012, according to data recently published by ELSTAT.

Greek Tourism Market Size to Double by 2032, Says Report

The Greek tourism market is expected to double its worth and reach a size of US$ 548.0 Million by 2032, according to a recent FMI report.

Greece October Tourism Revenue ‘All Time Best’, Says Minister

Greek tourism revenue in October marked an all-time best record exceeding October 2019 levels, said Tourism Minister Vassilis Kikilias.