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Louis Group’s ‘Nausicaa Beach’ Welcomes Summer Guests to Cyprus

The Nausicaa Beach in Protaras, a member of Louis Hotels, has opened its doors to offer memorable summer holidays to visitors of Cyprus.

New ‘Azur Suites’ Aparthotel to Open in Glyfada

Azur Suites, a new aparthotel located in the suburb of Glyfada, on the Athenian Riviera, is ready to open its doors for the summer of 2019.

‘Civitel Attik’ Welcomes Summer by the Pool

Civitel Attik, a member of Civitel Hotels & Resorts, is inviting all to enjoy carefree moments by its pool this summer, under the Athenian sun.

Lonely Planet: Lesser-known Greek Islands Gaining Popularity

Lonely Planet has revealed some of Greece’s lesser-known island destinations - such as Kythira, Tilos and Kythnos - that are gaining popularity among travelers.

Austrian Airlines Employees on Duty for Christmas and New Year Holidays

Many Austrian Airlines employees will be working in the air and on the ground over the holiday season to make sure that all passengers reach their destinations of choice.

Sabre: European Travelers to Spend More on Holidays in 2018

A significant percentage of European travelers plan to spend more on holidays in 2018 compared to 2017, according to a survey released by Sabre Corporation.

Forbes Introduces 10 Places to Visit in Greece in Summer 2018

Athens, Thessaloniki and some of the most popular Greek islands are among the 10 destinations Forbes.com suggests for summer holidays this year.

Lesvos in Drive to Restore Reputation Ahead of Summer 2018

The Molyvos Tourism Association recently launched its campaign "Lesvos: After All, It's Still the Aegean!”, which aims to promote the island's tourism offerings.

Greece Sees Double-digit Increase in Bookings from Switzerland

Bookings for holidays in Greece by Swiss travelers have so far recorded a double-digit increase, according to the Greek National Tourism Organization (GNTO).

‘Grexit’ Scare Sends Greece Holiday Rates Plunging by 50%

Preferring to be safe rather than sorry, tour operators worldwide are cutting rates for package deals to Greece by up to 50 percent for fear of a potential Greek default.

European Airlines to Fly 1 Million Passengers a Day Over Christmas and New Year Period

It looks like people will "fly" home for Christmas this year as European airlines are predicted to fly more than one million passengers per day to domestic, intra-European or intercontinental destinations, according to the Association of European Airlines (AEA).

Goldtrail Travel Company Collapses

British travel company Goldtrail, which specializes in holidays to Greece and Turkey, collapsed financially last month, leaving thousands of holidaymakers stranded abroad and many more forced to change their holiday plans.