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Celestyal Boosts Thessaloniki’s Reputation as a Cruise Destination

Journalists from Serbia, Romania and Poland had the chance to experience Thessaloniki as a homeport destination during a fam trip held by Celestyal Cruises.

Northern Greece’s Wines Go to Festival in Italy

Italian tourism professionals got to know Northern Greece’s wines and wineries during the International Wine Tasting Festival that took place in Matera, Italy.

EU Now Accepts Covid-19 Vaccine Certificates of Georgia, Moldova, New Zealand and Serbia

The European Union now accepts Covid-19 certificates issued by Georgia, Moldova, New Zealand and Serbia, recognizing them as equivalent to the EU Digital COVID Certificate.

Greece Lifts 7-day Quarantine Rule for EU States, US, UK, UAE, Serbia and Israel

Greece has lifted quarantine restrictions for travelers from the EU and five other countries who have been fully vaccinated or tested negative for Covid-19.

‘Thessaloniki.Τravel’ Online Guide Now in Serbian Language

Thessaloniki.Travel, the official digital travel guide of the northern port city, is now available in the Serbian language.

Greece Updates Data on Covid-19 Cases from Inbound Travel

The most imported Covid-19 positive cases in Greece are from five countries, according to data of the Greek General Secretariat for Civil Protection.

Greece Bans Entry to Serbian Citizens

Greece will impose a temporary ban on the entry of Serbian citizens starting on Monday at 6am, due to the rapid increase of coronavirus cases in the neighboring country.

Greece will Open to 29 Countries on June 15 – Official list

The Greek Tourism Ministry has announced the official list of countries from which visitors will be able to arrive and holiday in Greece, with flights to Athens and Thessaloniki, as of June 15.

6th Athens International Tourism Expo to Promote Greece’s MICE Industry

Greece’s MICE industry and future opportunities top the agenda of the 6th Athens International Tourism Expo (AITE) 2019 to be held during December 6-8, in the Greek capital.

Greece Among Most Welcoming Places on Earth, Says Booking.com

Greece has been included on the list of the 10 most welcoming places on earth, which was recently released by Booking.com.

INSETE: Greece Received 8.3 Million Road Travelers in 2017

Travelers visiting Greece via road reached 8.3 million in 2017, according to a report released by the Greek Tourism Confederation’s intelligence body INSETE.

Central Macedonia Shows its Best in ‘3rd Greek Weekend’ in Belgrade

The Region of Central Macedonia presented the tourism offerings of its destinations, during the 3rd Greek Weekend fair held in Belgrade.

Greece Wins a ‘Tourism Oscar’, Named Top 2018 Destination in Mediterranean and SE Europe

SACEN International announced Greece as the leading tourism destination in the Mediterranean and southeastern Europe for 2018.

Thessaloniki to Host Greek – Serbian Business Forum

More than 150 Greek and 70 Serbian enterprises will participate in the Greek – Serbian Business Forum to be held on March 19 in Thessaloniki.

Air Serbia Introduces New Flexible Fare Categories

Air Serbia recently announced its new pricing policy, which includes new categories of fares, offering its passengers with flexibility and more options.

Spyrou Philoxenia Introduces Skopelos to Serbian Travel Agents, Journalists

Spyrou Philoxenia and Serbian tour operator Sabra Travel organized a fam trip on the island of Skopelos for 50 tour operators and journalists from Serbia.

Spyrou Philoxenia: Sporades and Pelion to Welcome More Serbian Tourists in 2017

Indications from the Serbian travel market are positive for the Northern Sporades region this year, according to hotel management company Spyrou Philoxenia.

Stronger Ties Between Greece And Serbia

“Serbian visitors to Greece this year are expected to reach 700,000 and the aim is for that figure to increase to one million visitors over the next few years,” Culture and Tourism Minister Pavlos Geroulanos said last month.

Record Foreign Arrivals Expected In Greece This Year

Foreign arrivals to Greece this year are expected to reach, if not surpass, some 16.5 million, the president of the Association of Greek Tourism Enterprises (SETE), Andreas Andreadis, informed Prime Minister George Papandreou during a meeting held in late August. So far,...

Tourists Turn Away From Thessaloniki

Thessaloniki recorded the most losses in foreign arrivals and turnover during the first ten months of 2010, Aristotelis Thomopoulos, president of the Hotel Association of Thessaloniki, said recently.
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