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Astir Odysseus Kos Resort Getting Ready for Summer 2021

The Astir Odysseus Kos Resort & Spa is getting ready to open its doors and welcome visitors back to the Greek island of Kos.

Lufthansa Opens to 7 New Destinations in Greece this Summer

Lufthansa has added seven brand new destinations in Greece to its network for summer 2021.

TUI Planning to Restart Greece Holidays from May 14

German travel giant TUI will begin its summer 2021 holidays to Greece as of May 14, the date the country has scheduled to officially open for tourism.

Mitsis Hotels Group Restarts Safe Operation from April 1

The Mitsis Hotels Group on April 1 will open the doors of its five-star Mitsis Grand Hotel on the Greek island of Rhodes.

EBD Includes 5 Greek Destinations Among Best for Vaccinated Travelers

The European Best Destinations (EBD) organization has included five popular Greek destinations among the world's best for Covid-19 vaccinated travelers.

Dutch Travelers Eager to Visit Greece this Summer

Greece is among the first holiday destinations that Dutch travelers will visit this summer, according to Corendon's brand and marketing manager, Dick Gussen.

Lufthansa Group: New Summer Flights to Greek Destinations from Munich

The "Europe focus" of Lufthansa Group's leisure travel program for summer 2021 will be on Greece and the Canary Islands.

Kos’ Neptune Hotels Resort Receives HolidayCheck Special Award 2021

The Neptune Hotels Resort, Convention Centre & Spa on the Greek island of Kos has received the HolidayCheck Special Award for 2021.

UK Suspends Travel Corridors, Makes 10-day Quarantine Mandatory for All

All international arrivals to the UK must now take a pre-departure Covid-19 test and self-isolate for 10 days.

Travelers Must Have Negative Covid-19 Test Result to Enter England

Passengers arriving from all international destinations to England, as of Friday, January 15, will be required to present a negative Covid-19 test.

Jet2 to Connect Edinburgh with Skiathos, Santorini, Preveza for Summer 2022

UK travel group Jet2 has added three popular Greek destinations - Skiathos, Santorini and Preveza - to its flight schedule from Edinburgh Airport for summer 2022.

Leros, Lesvos, Kos, Samos and Chios Get New Extension for Lower VAT

The five Greek islands that have received the main burden of refugee flows in Greece will continue to receive a 30% discount on VAT rates.

Uncharted Escapes Wins Travel & Hospitality Award for 2021

Uncharted Escapes, a Greek travel experience provider, is among the winners of the 2021 European Travel Awards program of the Travel & Hospitality Awards.

CoronaPass: Ticketseller Facilitates Covid-19 Testing for Customers to Ensure Safe Travel

Τicketseller has joined forces with medical care provider CrossBorderMedCare to offer its customers special services for travel during Covid-19 times.

Lufthansa Expands Offering of Flights to Greece for Summer 2021

Lufthansa has announced that it will expand its offering of flights from Frankfurt to a number of leisure destinations in Greece for summer 2021.

SWISS Continues to Grow its Presence in Greek Market

Swiss International Air Lines (SWISS) maintains its strong presence in the Greek market, conducting almost 60 weekly flights to and from Greece.

Condor to Extend Services from Kalamata to Munich and Dusseldorf

Condor Airlines will extend its routes from Kalamata, Greece, to Munich and Dusseldorf in Germany, until November.

New Campaign to Repair Tarnished Reputation of 5 Greek Isles

Greece will launch a campaign aimed at restoring the reputation of five Aegean islands that have suffered the massive influx of migrants and refugees in the last years.

Lufthansa Group: 152 Weekly Flights to Greek Destinations

The Lufthansa Group is now offering 152 weekly flights to popular destinations in Greece including Athens, Thessaloniki and the Greek islands.

Greece Looks to Establish Tourism Education Departments in Ancient Olympia and Kos

The Greek Tourism Ministry is looking to establish two new tourism education departments, one in the area of Ancient Olympia and another on the island of Kos.