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Authorities Mull New Measures as Covid-19 Hits Greek Islands

Greek authorities are examining a new round of measures to address a surge in positive Covid-19 cases on the islands due to the spread of the Delta variant.

Greece to Launch Electronic Platform for Greek Voters Abroad

Greece will soon launch an electronic platform for Greek voters that live abroad, according to Interior Minister Makis Voridis.

Greek-born Drummer Tommy Lee Urges Greece to Stop Cruelty to Santorini Donkeys

Mötley Crüe drummer Tommy Lee is calling on the Greek government to immediately stop using donkeys as "animal taxis” on Santorini.

Greek Gov’t Sets Developing Wine Tourism as a Priority

Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis has pledged to support efforts for the development of wine tourism in Greece.

Medical Tourism High On Greek Ministers’ Agenda

Tourism Minister Olga Kefalogianni and Health Minister Makis Voridis recently held a meeting in Athens to discuss ways to develop medical tourism in Greece.

Doctor Available At The Acropolis Site In Athens

As of 24 July, the visitors of the Acropolis in Athens will be able to seek emergency medical assistance if needed during their tour of the archaeological site.

Tourists Involved In Shootout In Athens, Greece, In Good Health

Two tourists visiting Athens were slightly injured on Wednesday 16 July during a shootout in central Athens between Greek police and fugitive terrorist Nikos Maziotis.

Tour Bus Profession Opens, KTEL Bus Profession Stays Closed

Culture and Tourism Minister Pavlos Yeroulanos sparked an angry reaction from tourism professionals recently when he signed a ministerial decision in November, which liberalized the tour bus profession so licenses would be easier obtained while the profession of KTEL intercity...

SETE Releases “Must Do” List For Tourism-Related Ministers

President of the Association of Greek Tourism Enterprises (SETE), Andreas Andreadis, appeared quite outspoken last month and received a round of applause from the audience on the first day of HAPCO's 7th Pan-Hellenic Conference, held at Aegli Zappeion in Athens on 8 December 2011.