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Mayors Want Thessaloniki-Skiathos Ferry Connection to Resume in 2022

The mayors of Thessaloniki and Skiathos are requesting for the seasonal ferry service connecting the two Greek destinations and other Sporades islands to resume next year.

Streets in Athens and Thessaloniki to be Renamed After Late Mikis Theodorakis

Local authorities in Athens and Thessaloniki have put forward requests to rename streets in the two cities after late Greek composer Mikis Theodorakis.

Running for a Good Cause: ‘Olympic Day Run GREECE’ Joins Forces with ‘The Smile of the Child’

The organizers of the ‘Olympic Day Run GREECE’ event have launched a special collaboration with ‘The Smile of the Child’ organization, aiming to put more smiles on the faces of children in need.

Op-Ed: ‘The Pandemic Crisis Brought Radical Changes to the Tourism Field’ – Konstantinos Zervas

Thessaloniki Mayor Konstantinos Zervas shares his vision for the day after the Covid-19 pandemic.

Northern Greece Plays a Big Part in Country’s Tourism Restart, Says Minister

Northern Greece has a leading role in this year's opening of the country's tourism, according to Greek Tourism Minister Harry Theoharis.

Covid-19 Hits Younger Ages in Thessaloniki Creating Concerns

Thessaloniki authorities are alarmed over new Covid-19 cases increasing among younger age groups as well as a spike in the number of infections.

Greek FinMin: Relief Measures for High-risk Covid-19-hit Areas

The Greek Finance Ministry has announced relief measures aimed at assisting areas that have been hit hardest by the coronavirus pandemic.

First-time Run for Thessaloniki Metro, Inspection of New Buses

Thessaloniki welcomed a metro test run and 18 new buses this week aimed at upgrading urban transport in Greece’s second largest city.

Thessaloniki Chamber Urges Relief Measures for TIF Organizer

Thessaloniki’s Chamber of Commerce has called for relief measures to cover losses incurred after the cancelation of the Thessaloniki International Fair.

Covid-19: Authorities Ban Access to Thessaloniki Waterfront Area

Access to Thessaloniki's waterfront has been banned, after hundreds of residents continued to defy the social distancing measures imposed due to COVID-19.
Konstantinos Zervas, Mayor of Thessaloniki
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Key Tourism Figures 2019: Konstantinos Zervas, Mayor of Thessaloniki

Thessaloniki Mayor Konstantinos Zervas shares his vision for Greek tourism and highlights its important role for society and the country's economy.