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Cultural Routes: €11.6 Million Secured for Northern Greece Monuments

The Greek Culture Ministry has secured funds of 11.6 million euros for the preservation of monuments that are part of the Cultural Routes program in Northern Greece.

Greece Sets Aside €2.1m to Upgrade Cultural Monuments in Kastoria

The Greek Culture Ministry will allocate 2.1 million euros for the upgrade of cultural monuments in the area of Kastoria, western Macedonia.

Greek Tourism Ministry Discusses Plans to Showcase Kastoria

The Greek Tourism Ministry will support promotional actions for the city of Kastoria, aiming to ‘build’ a sustainable destination with the area’s natural and environmental wealth.

Curfew and Music Ban for Thessaloniki, Halkidiki, Kilkis and Larissa Due to Covid-19

Emergency Covid-19 restrictions will go into effect in Thessaloniki, Halkidiki, Kilkis and Larissa as they were declared ‘red’ areas on Greece’s coronavirus risk-assessment map.

Covid-19 Curfew Announced for Kastoria, Xanthi and Drama

The Greek regional units of Kastoria, Xanthi and Drama have moved to Covid-19 ‘red’ level on Greece’s coronavirus risk-assessment map, due to a rise in cases.

Kastoria’s Former Xenia Hotel to Become Museum

The former Xenia Hotel in Kastoria will be transformed into a museum and house artifacts from the collection of the city’s Byzantine Museum.

Calma Hotel & Spa Offers Luxury Holidays in Kastoria

The Calma Hotel & Spa, a four-star hotel located in the Greek city of Kastoria, is inviting travelers to experience a relaxing holiday in its luxury facilities.

Chloe Luxury Hotel Welcomes Travelers to Kastoria

Chloe Luxury Hotel, a newly built property located in the Greek city of Kastoria, has reopened and is offering guests safe hospitality services.

Europa Hotel Invites Travelers to Kastoria

The Europa Hotel is inviting leisure and business travelers to explore Kastoria this summer.

Greece Eases Some Covid-19 Lockdown Restrictions

As of Monday, March 22, Greek authorities will ease a few lockdown measures that were imposed to limit the spread of Covid-19.

Greece Announces Covid-19 ‘Red Alert’ for Kastoria

Local lockdown measures will be imposed on the regional unit of Kastoria in Greece as of Friday, October 23, in an effort to contain the spread of Covid-19.

Greece on High Alert After Covid-19 Cases Soar

Greek authorities are urging the use of mask and adherence to hygiene rules after new Covid-19 cases in the country reached a record of 667 on Tuesday.

Florina Welcomes Opening of The Lynx Mountain Resort

The city of Florina in northern Greece has welcomed The Lynx Mountain Resort, a brand new luxury property looking to offer unique hospitality experiences.

‘Run Greece’ Series of Events Canceled for 2020

The running events of Run Greece 2020, scheduled to take place in seven Greek cities in September and October, have been canceled due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

Chloe Hotel Invites Travelers to Explore Kastoria this Summer

The Chloe Hotel, a recently built luxury property, invites Greek and foreign visitors to explore Kastoria this summer.

Covid-19: Textile Company ‘Pennie’ Donates Masks to Greek Hospitals

Greek textile company Pennie has donated reusable masks to the doctors and nurses of four hospital units in Greece, aiming to support their efforts to curb the Covid-19 pandemic.

Covid-19: Lockdown Gets Tighter for Five Greek Municipalities

Additional stringent lockdown measures, including a strict curfew, have been imposed on five municipalities in northern Greece to combat the spread of the coronavirus.

Smaller Greek Airports Next in Line for Modernization

The Greek government is set to launch a new round of airport privatizations, concerning 23 smaller regional airports in Greece.

Greece’s Historic Mansions Open Doors for ‘European Private Heritage Week’

Historic mansions across Greece will open their doors to the public during May 16-19 on the occasion of the “European Private Heritage Week” initiative.

Greek Gov’t to Name Financial Advisor for 23 Smaller Airport Projects 

The Greek Transport Ministry will name a financial advisor in the coming period to move ahead with the exploitation of 23 smaller airports across Greece.
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