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Greece Posts Weak Jan-July 2021 Tourism Revenue

Greece’s tourism revenue was down by 62.9% in the first seven months of 2021 compared to the pre-Covid-19 period in 2019.

Jan-Aug Tourist Arrivals in Greece Down By 51.2% Compared to 2019

The number of travelers to Greece in the first eight months of the year remained down compared to 2019 pre-Covid-19 levels, says a report by INSETE. 

Study: Greeks Cut Domestic Holidays Short in 2019

Almost half of all Greek nationals were unable to go on holiday in 2019 for more than a week due to financial reasons, a study by INSETE reveals.

Greek Tourism’s Rising 2019 Performance Cut Short by Covid-19, Says Research

The rising performance Greek tourism was recording up until 2019 was cut short by the Covid-19 pandemic, research by INSETE shows.

Greece’s Jan-Sept Travel Arrivals by Road Tumble 76.1%

Arrivals to Greece by road in the first nine months of 2020 dropped by 76.1% and reached only 2.5 million compared to 10.3 million during January – September 2019.

Study Reveals Covid-19 Impact on Greece’s Source Markets

An INSETE study reveals the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on Greece's source markets and the rollover effect on tourism.

INSETE Brings Swiss Hospitality to Athens with EHL Seminar

INSETE and EHL Advisory Services in March will hold a seminar on "Maximizing Revenue & Managing Distribution” for tourism professionals in Athens.

Tourism is the ‘Heavy Industry’ of Greece, Revised Study Confirms

Tourism's importance to the Greek economy is confirmed through 2014 figures released in a revised study on Friday by SETE Intelligence (InSETE), the research department of the Greek Tourism Confederation.

Study: Tourism Contribution to Greece’s GDP Hit 17 Billion Euros in 2014

Tourism directly contributed 17 billion euros in GDP for Greece in 2014, or some nine percent of Greece's total GDP, according to a study released by SETE Intelligence (InSETE), the research department of the Greek Tourism Confederation.