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Greek Regions To Reveal “Secrets” To Attract More Visitors

Epirus is the definition of "secret Greece," one of the lesser-known parts of the country the visitor should explore to see its natural beauty, Greek Tourism Minister Olga Kefalogianni recently informed.

Medical Tourism In Greece Could Bring In €2 Billion By 2024

The institutional framework for the development of medical tourism in Greece was presented to Greek tourism professionals and government officials in an event in Athens.
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Greeks Go To Russia To Promote Medical Tourism

This autumn, 15 Greek businesses will promote their services in a workshop in Moscow to increase their clientele and establish Greece as a medical tourism destination for Russians.
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Greece And France Reach Tourism Agreement

A stronger tourism cooperation between Greece and France is now official, according to an agreement signed recently in Athens between Greek Tourism Minister Olga Kefalogianni and French Minister for Trade, Commerce and Tourism Sylvia Pinel.
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Greek Thermal Springs Under Discussion

The Greek Tourism Ministry plans to simplify procedures for the certification of Greek thermal springs in accordance to the relevant EU directive, it was announced today, Tuesday, 4 December.

Spa Tourism Analyzed In Report

The Greek spa industry is expected to generate 15 million euros (some $22 million) in revenue in 2011, according to the first-ever Spa Industry Report for Greece released last month.

VAT Reduction Keynote At Philoxenia 2010

The 26th Philoxenia International Tourism Exhibition, held this year on 18-21 November at Helexpo in Thessaloniki, roughly hosted 500 exhibitors from Greece and 12 other countries (Egypt, Albania, Brazil, Bulgaria, Ghana, India, Cyprus, Russia, Serbia, Syria, Turkey, and Tunisia).

Plan For The Reorganization And Upgrading Of Greek Marinas

State-run marinas in Attica and Thessaloniki will be reorganized and upgraded to the high standards seen elsewhere in Europe, Development Minister Nikos Christodoulakis announced recently.

Tourist Arrivals Increase By At Least 7%

Tourist arrivals to Greece are expected to top 12 million in 1999, up 7.0 percent against the previous year despite a slowdown in overland arrivals due to the Yugoslav war.
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