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Athens to Host ‘Fancy Women Bike Ride’ Event in September

Women in 120 cities around the world, including Athens, on September 22, will celebrate the joy of cycling by participating in the “Fancy Women Bike Ride” event.

Louis Hotels’ Hilton Gets ‘Blue Energy’ Award for Top Services

The team of the Hilton Park, Nicosia hotel, which is managed by Louis Hotels, has received the “Blue Energy” award by Hilton International.

Louis Hotels Receives Two Honors at 1st Cyprus Tourism Awards

Louis Hotels received two honors - one gold and one bronze - at the 1st Cyprus Tourism Awards, during a ceremony held at the Filoxenia Conference Center in Nicosia.

LGS: Louis-Goldair Venture in Handling Services Marks 10 Years

Cyprus-based LGS Handling, a joint venture between Louis Group and Goldair, celebrated 10 years of successful operation.

Respond on Demand Brings Together Greek and UK Tourism Professionals

Respond on Demand recently held a workshop in London and brought together Greek tourism entrepreneurs with leading UK travel professionals.

‘Marketing Greece’ Presents its Vision to Hoteliers in Cyprus

Marketing Greece CEO Ioanna Dretta recently presented the company's vision for Greek tourism during the annual conference of the Cyprus Hotel Managers Association.

Beleon Group Expands Activities in Cyprus

Luxury Travel DMC Cyprus, a member of Beleon Group, is now providing travelers with services to some of Cyprus' most popular tourism destinations.

Ioannina and Preveza at Cyprus Travel Exhibition

The prefectures of Ioannina and Preveza had a dynamic presence—with stands and new information material—at the 11th Cyprus tourism exhibition "Taxidi 2008" (9-11 May) in Nicosia.

Nicosia’s Ledra Street Reopened

Greek and Turkish Cypriots recently reopened Ledra Street, a major crossing in the divided Cypriot capital of Nicosia. Local officials declared Ledra Street, which stood as a symbol to the island's partition, open. It was then closed again for a couple of hours by the Greek...

Forty-nine New Hellenic Tourism Organization Offices Planned

The tourism ministry is planning to establish 49 new Hellenic Tourism Organization offices around the world, in addition to the current 23 international offices, Tourism Development Minister Dimitris Avramopoulos said during a press conference called last month.