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Respond on Demand to Promote Northern Greek Travel Agencies Beyond Borders

The Macedonia-Thrace Travel Agencies Association has embarked on a partnership with Respond on Demand, a Greek service which brings hoteliers from Greece and Cyprus in contact with tour operators and travel agents from all over the world.

Travelport Shows Commitment to Travel Industry in Thessaloniki, Greece

Recognizing the importance of the Northern Greek travel industry, Travelport recently held an event in Thessaloniki and showed its commitment to understanding and meeting the specific needs of travel agents in the region.

Vyron Theologis, President Macedonia-Thrace Travel Agencies Association

The sun and the sea are beautiful but tourists return mainly for the Greek hospitality that is not limited to the summer season and cannot be found anywhere else in the world.
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Vyron Theologis, President Macedonia-Thrace Travel Agencies Association

Philoxenia 2012 greeting. My dear friends and colleagues, welcome to the 28th International Tourism Exhibition Philoxenia 2012 in beautiful Thessaloniki, a city for all seasons and with sights for every taste, as you will see for yourself. As you all know, this past summer was...

Thessaloniki Strengthens Ties With Turkey

The Thessaloniki Tourism Organization traveled to Ankara, Turkey, recently to promote the Greek Northern city to the Turkish market.

Philoxenia 2009 Hangs On Strong

The 25th Philoxenia International Tourism Exhibition, held together with the hotel furnishing exhibition Hotelia, saw trade visitors increase this year by some 28 percent compared to last year's exhibition as 4,782 trade visitors were counted, the exhibition's organizer Helexpo said.

Dimitrios Mantousis

This year's 25th International Tourism Exhibition Philoxenia takes place amid a global economic crisis with tourism figures that have fallen considerably. In real terms it is a drop that has reduced turnover by 30 percent. It is encouraging that 2010 will be better than this year.