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Greece to Hold Egyptian Culture Week in Athens in 2024

Greece will host the Egyptian Cultural Week in Athens in 2024, according to the Greek Culture Ministry.

Thessaly: New Diachronic Museum Planned for Trikala

The former Support Brigade building in Trikala, Thessaly, will be converted into the area’s new diachronic museum.

Greece Celebrates Inclusion of Zagori on UNESCO World Heritage List

Zagori in Epirus, northwestern Greece, has been added to the UNESCO World Heritage List.

Greek Tourism Still Unable to Capitalize on Cultural Heritage

Greek tourism faces challenges in capitalizing on Greece’s historical significance, according to research by INSETE.

Heraklion Archaeological Museum a New Stop in Iter Vitis European Cultural Route

The Archaeological Museum of Heraklion has joined the Iter Vitis Cultural Route that is designed to promote wine tourism.

Naoussa Municipality to Spend €1.6 Million to Upgrade Historic Park

The Municipality of Naoussa will allocate 1.6 million euros to revitalize its historic park.

Greece and China Put Culture High on Agenda of Talks

Greece and China explore ways to further strengthen bilateral cooperation and deepen engagements in the field of culture.

Royal Emblems of King Otto of Greece Found in Tatoi Palace

The royal emblems of King Otto of Greece, including his crown, scepter and sword, were found at the former royal palace in Tatoi, northern Athens.

Acropolis Museum Marks 14th Anniversary with Record-breaking Visitor Numbers

Acropolis Museum celebrated its 14th anniversary with record-breaking visitor numbers and announcements of new exhibitions.

Peloponnese: Two New Museums to Open in Argos this Year

Two new museums are expected to open this year in Argos, a historic city in the Peloponnese.

Thessaloniki Archaeological Museum Launches New App for Digital Tours

The Thessaloniki Archaeological Museum has launched the “Museum on the Go” app, revolutionizing visitor engagement with ancient history and artifacts.

Vathi Hotel: Where Modern Elegance Meets Tradition in Gythio

Experience elegance in a traditional setting at the four-star Vathi Hotel in Gythio that includes a stunning beach, spacious apartments and top-notch amenities.

New App Brings Acropolis of the 5th Century BC Back to Life

A new app gives visitors to the Acropolis the opportunity to experience the site as it was during the 5th century BC.

Corfu’s Kapodistrias Museum to be Promoted as Cultural Tourism Landmark

Officials, including the GNTO's President, recently discussed promoting Corfu's Kapodistrias Museum as a national cultural tourism landmark.

Time Out: Karpathos Island Among World’s Most Underrated Travel Destinations

Time Out magazine has included the island of Karpathos in Greece as one of the world’s most overlooked travel destinations.

Greek Culture Ministry Announces New Archaeological Museum for Lefkada Island

The Greek Culture Ministry has unveiled plans to create a new archaeological museum on the Ionian island of Lefkada.

Greece and Mexico Strengthen Cultural and Regional Ties for Future Collaborations

Greece and Mexico are exploring future collaborations in the fields of culture, innovation, business and green tourism.

Volunteers Wanted for ‘Beyond Borders’ Film Festival of Castellorizo

The organizer of the “Beyond Borders” International Documentary Film Festival of Castellorizo is looking for people to help out in the festival’s 8th edition in August 2023.

Greek PM Sees ‘Progress’ in Parthenon Marbles Debate

Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis said he sensed ‘progress’ was being made on the return of the Parthenon Marbles to Greece, during his recent visit to the UK.

Greece Celebrates World Wine Tourism Day with Free Events

Wineries in Greece on Sunday, November 13, will offer free admission to wine enthusiasts in celebration of World Wine Tourism Day.