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NBG: Tourism – Consumption to Bolster Greek Economy in Q2

Tourism and consumption are set to drive Greece’s GDP up by a rate of 13% in the 2nd quarter of the year, according to the National Bank of Greece.

Greece’s Tourism May Recover Up to 50% of pre-Covid 2019 Levels, Says NBG

Greece’s tourism sector in 2021 should be able to recover up to 50% of pre-Covid 2019 levels, according to a study by the National Bank of Greece.

NBG: Liquidity Pressures Dropping in 2021 but Tourism Under Strain 

The liquidity gap for Greek businesses will be halved this year with tourism-related activities remaining under strain, says the National Bank of Greece.

Greece’s ‘Υοu Go Culture’ E-learning Platform Calls for Support

An ambitious e-learning platform offering insight into Greece via virtual tours is aiming to collect 65,000 euros by December 31 via a crowdfunding campaign.

NBG Says €6bn Needed for Greece Hotel Sector Growth 

The National Bank of Greece says that a competitive tourism product, new destinations, extended season and investments for upgrades or new hotels are necessary to boost travel revenue by 40%.

Virtual Tours of Greece via ‘YouGoCulture’ Platform

Greek culture, traditions and destinations are at the core of Athens University’s new online platform, which offers visitors virtual tours around the country.

Greece’s Astir Palace Sale A Done Deal

The sale of the landmark coastal Astir Palace resort to Apollo Investment Holdco - a subsidiary of consortium Jermyn Street Real Estate Fund IV LP - has been completed, with the project ready for take-off four years after the procedure began.

Report: Greek Hotel Internet Promo Can Bring in Cash

The Internet promotion of Greek hotels and accommodation can bring in up to 2 billion euros in revenues, according to a report released recently by the National Bank of Greece (NBG).

National Bank Sees Tourism Arrival Increase

Tourists visiting Greece will increase by 7.5 percent in 2005, exceeding 13.5 million this year and 14 million in 2006, according to a National Bank of Greece (NBG) report released last month.