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Athens: Photos of Russia’s War on Ukraine Displayed on Vasilissis Olgas Avenue

An outdoor photo exhibition reflecting the devastating consequences of Russia’s war on Ukraine has opened on Vassilisis Olgas Avenue near the center of Athens, Greece.

Athens is Back: Scheduled Flights for Summer 2022 Showing Double-digit Rise

Athens is making a big comeback as a tourism destination this year with scheduled flights from its main source markets expected to show double-digit growth in summer 2022.

Int’l Tourism Professionals Explore Athens at 8th Travel Trade Event

Dozens of Greek and foreign travel and tourism professionals are participating in the 8th Travel Trade Athens, the Greek capital’s annual B2B tourism event.

Athens Municipality Partners with Panteion University to Boost Greek Capital’s Attractiveness

Athens Municipality has joined forces with Panteion University to boost the quality of life in the Greek capital and promote the city as an attractive tourism destination.

Athens and Boston to Foster ‘Sister City’ Bond

Athens will enter a ‘sister city’ partnership with Boston in the US after the mayors of both cities agreed to further strengthen ties and work together for the promotion of tourism.

Athens: New Sports Facilities at Konistra Park in Petralona

The Municipality of Athens has completed the upgrade of the Konistra park and its sports facilities in the area of Petralona.

Works on Athens Metro Line 4 Section 1 Underway

Οne of the most important transport projects in Greece, the first section of Athens Metro Line 4, is underway aiming once completed to facilitate thousands of commuters each day.

Athens Mayor: Panathinaikos Stadium and Votanikos Regeneration Ready to Start

A 40,000 seat football stadium and the development of public spaces in the suburb of Votanikos are the main priorities of a highly-anticipated overhaul project of the Municipality of Athens.

Ukraine Flag Colors Light Up Omonia Square in Athens

The fountain of Omonia Square in the center of Athens on Friday lit up with the colors of the Ukrainian flag to show solidarity following the Russian invasion of Ukraine.

‘Travel Trade Athens’ Comes Back as Live Event in May

The 8th Travel Trade Athens will return to the Greek capital as a live event during May 9-10.

‘Agora Athens’ Project to Kick Off with Design Contest

The Municipality of Athens is planning an open competition for the redesign of the city’s commercial and tourist center around the popular Monastiraki and Plaka districts.

Smart Signs on the Streets of Athens Honor Historical Figures of the Philhellenic Movement

The Municipality of Athens has installed 62 smart signs on the streets of the Greek capital to honor the Philhellenic movement.

Varvakeios Agora: Athens Municipality Revamping City’s Central Market

The Municipality of Athens has announced the revamp of the lower side of Varvakeios, the Greek capital’s central market.

Athens’ Olympia Theater Hosting Music Performances, Art Exhibitions Until May

The Olympia Municipal Music Theatre 'Maria Callas' in Athens will hold a number of concerts and art events over the next three months.

Athens Municipality Joins Next Phase for City’s Metro Line 4

Athens Metro Line 4 entered a new phase after the Municipality of Athens said it would proceed with landscaping works after the project’s completion.

Major Sidewalk Upgrade Project Continues in Athens

A major project for the upgrade of sidewalks in Athens is underway in the city’s commercial center and neighborhoods.

Athens Simplifies Restaurant, Cafe, Theater Licensing Process

Opening restaurants, cafes, theaters, cinemas and other related venues in Athens is set to become easier after authorities announced that licensing procedures will be reformed.

Athens Rings in 2022 with Televised Concert, Fireworks Show

New Year’s Eve saw the Athens sky erupt in colorful fireworks as Greece ushered in 2022.

Athens and Belgrade to Strengthen Tourism, Culture Relations

The cities of Athens and Belgrade have agreed to strengthen cooperation in a number of sectors including tourism and culture.

Athens Ready for the Holiday Season with Christmas Events Galore

The Christmas holiday season is on in Athens with 38 days full of music, theater, pop-up events and much more through to January 13.