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Greece Teams Up with PATA to Attract More Tourists from Asian Markets

The Greek Tourism Ministry and the Pacific Asia Travel Association (PATA) will work more closely to strengthen Greece's presence in Asian tourist markets.

Minister Kountoura Discusses Tourism Issues with Greek Island Mayors

Greek Tourism Minister Elena Kountoura and mayors of Greek islands held talks concerning tourist arrivals, sea tourism and actions for promotion and tourism development.

Attica Gets Second Certified Thermal Spring

Greek Tourism Minister Elena Kountoura has certified a thermal spring located in the coastal suburb of Glyfada, southern Athens.

Region of Central Macedonia Reveals Plans for a 12-month Tourism Season

Extending the season to 12 months with alternative forms of tourism is the main priority of the Region of Central Macedonia’s strategy for next year.

Tourism Potential of Thessaloniki, Greece, Discussed

The Greek Tourism Ministry is exploring ways to develop thematic forms of tourism in Greece's northern city of Thessaloniki.

Greece’s Rural Accommodations Expected To Attract More Visitors In 2014

Following an impressive increase in arrivals to Greece in 2013, the interest expressed this year for bookings at the country's rural guesthouses point to even better tourist numbers for 2014, according to the Greek network of rural accommodation, Guest Inn.

American Travel Professionals Give Good News For Greek Tourism

Greece has an important place among American holidaymakers' preferences, travel professionals of the United States assured Greek Tourism Minister Olga Kefalogianni, who is currently on an official visit in New York City.

Kefalogianni: Greek Tourism Will Continue Growth In 2014

Greek Tourism Minister Olga Kefalogianni has expressed confidence that Greek tourism will continue to rise next year as its progress has shown very promising signs already.
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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.