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New Brown Hotel Opens in Chalkida, Evia

The Brown Beach Chalkida, the newest member property of Brown Hotels, has opened in the city of Chalkida on the Greek island of Evia.

Lighthouse Athens: A Must-Visit Hotel in the Center of the Greek Capital

The Lighthouse Athens of Brown Hotels is a ‘must-visit destination’ for local explorers and tourists.

New Arethousa Archaeological Museum Opens in Halkida, Central Greece

The new Arethousa Archaeological Museum, which houses valuable artifacts from Greece’s ancient history, has opened its doors in Halkida on the island of Evia.

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.

Spyrou Philoxenia Adds Hotels in Grevena and Halkida to Portfolio

Hotel management company Spyrou Philoxenia has added two new hotels to its portfolio, located in Grevena, northern Greece, and Halkida on Evia.

New Transport Service Connects Athens Airport with Evia Island

Evia's hoteliers have signed an agreement with the local KTEL Intercity Bus service to transfer tourists to the island straight from Athens Airport.

GNTO Roadshows Bring Greece Tourism to 10 German Cities

German tour operators had the chance to learn more about Greece’s travel offerings during the Greek National Tourism Organization’s “Roadshows” series which was recently held in 10 cities across Germany.

Greece May See Seaplane Flights as of Summer 2016

Hellenic Seaplanes expects to operate its first hydroplane waterways in Greece as of this summer.

Culture Ministry Demands Christie’s Greek Sale Be Annulled, Says Artifact Removed Illegally

The Greek culture ministry is demanding that an April 15 Christie’s sale of a 4th-century BC marble funerary stele for over $136,000 be called off as the artifact has been illegally removed from the country.