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Thessaloniki and Halkidiki Expect Rise in Russian Arrivals this Season

Tourism professionals from the Northern Greek cities of Thessaloniki and Halkidiki predict a rise in arrivals of Russian visitors to Greece this year.

Russia-Turkey Tensions to Take Toll on Tourism

All Russian citizens are being summoned to return home as the country’s parliament examines the possibility of suspending all air traffic to Turkey, after a Russian bomber was downed by a Turkish F-16 fighter jet near the Turkish-Syrian border on Tuesday.

Kefalogianni: Safeguards Are Needed For Greek Businessmen, Russian Tourists

Safeguards must be developed for Greek businessmen and Russian tourists in the event of a tour operator going bankrupt, Tourism Minister Olga Kefalogianni said on 17 September when referring to the wave of collapses among tour operators in Russia this summer.

Greece: Visa Policy Will Remain Unchanged For Russian Travelers

The current visa policy for Russian citizens that want to visit Greece will not change, Greek National Tourism Organization (GNTO) Secretary General Panos Livadas assured leading Russian tour operators.
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Εξωστρέφεια και προσωπική επαφή

Το μήνα που μας πέρασε, πραγματοποιήθηκαν στην Αθήνα, την Θεσσαλονίκη και την Κέρκυρα τρεις σημαντικές εκδηλώσεις με στόχο την ανάδειξη του Ελληνικού τουριστικού προϊόντος και τη γνωριμία μεταξύ ξένων και Ελλήνων επαγγελματιών του τουρισμού. Το GTP είχε τη χαρά να συμμετάσχει και...
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Happening Now – Russian Tour Operators Attend Forum On Corfu

More than 500 Russian tour operators, 100 journalists and 150 Greek hoteliers are participating today, 25 April, in the 7th annual forum of leading Russian tour operator LABIRINT on Corfu.

Deputy Minister Holds Talks With Russian Tour Operators

Deputy Culture and Tourism Minister George Nikitiadis met with seven leading Russian tour operators last month and discussed further actions to boost the upward trend of Russian visits to Greece.

Minister Brings Good News From Key Markets

Culture and Tourism Minister Pavlos Geroulanos last month expressed optimism in regards to the number of arrivals from Greece’s new target markets: Russia, Ukraine, Israel and Turkey.

Greece Targets Russian Market

The 16th Moscow International Travel and Tourism (MITT) exhibition ran from 18-21 March in the atmosphere of the world economic crisis and analysts wondered of overall consumer demand and, first and foremost, if the demand for traveling had dropped.