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Traveler Flows to Greece in Jan-July Rise by 21.9% to 16.1 Million

Traveler flows to Greece in the first 7 months of the year increased by 21.9% to 16.1 million reflecting strong demand.

Greek Airports Handle Over 50m Passengers in First 8 Months of 2023

Greece’s airports continue to see passenger activity and flight numbers rise, paving the way for a record year.

Athens Hotels Participating in Biowaste Program to Get Special Label

The Municipality of Athens will be awarding hotels with a special label for participating in the city’s biowaste collection program.

Central Greece Hoteliers Reiterate Demands to Deal with Flood Aftermath

Hoteliers in Central Greece affected by Storm Daniel reiterated their calls for help, urging the government to take immediate measures.

Greece – UK Agree to Strengthen Tourism Cooperation

Ways to further enhance cooperation in tourism topped the agenda of talks this week between Greece and the UK.

Airports in Greece Full Speed Ahead for Record Year

Eight-month passenger traffic through Greece’s airports reflects a strong dynamic leading to a record year, according to aviation and airport experts.

Greece Keeps Q2 Online Reputation in Tact Despite the News

Greece managed to maintain its online reputation in tact in the second quarter of the year despite negative news.

Flood-hit Tourism Enterprises in Thessaly Expect Slow Recovery

Tourism enterprises in Thessaly, Greece, affected by Storm Daniel are calling for support measures to ensure viability.

ForwardKeys: Greece in Top 10 Countries with Strong Tourism Growth in 2023

Greece is among the world’s leading destinations in terms of growth over the 2019-2023 period, said ForwardKeys.

Greek Government Welcomes Moody’s Credit Rating Upgrade

The Greek government welcomed Moody’s decision to upgrade the country’s credit rating from Ba3 to Ba1 with a stable outlook.

Traveler Demand Growing Fast for Experiential Travel, Says Study

Experiential activities such as wellness, nature and food are quickly replacing conventional travel options.

Greece and Japan Boost Cooperation in Tourism

Greece and Japan agreed to strengthen cooperation in tourism ahead of the “Greece-Japan Year of Culture and Tourism” in 2024.

Strong Flight Activity in Fall Indicates Longer Tourism Season for Greece

Strong flight activity into fall indicates that the Greek Tourism Ministry’s strategy to extend the season is paying off.

Heated Debate Over Forest Fires as Greek PM Announces More Measures

Greece’s PM announced fire prevention measures in a heated debate in parliament as blazes continue to burn Evros for weeks.

Greece – Bulgaria Agree to Joint Tourism Initiatives in 2024-2026

Greece and Bulgaria are aiming to further strengthen cooperation in tourism in the next two years.

Jan-July Occupancy Levels at Athens – Attica Hotels up by 19.2%

Occupancy levels at hotels in Athens and Attica reached 75.4 percent in the first seven months of the year.

Attica’s Top Ports Handle 4 Million Travelers in July-August

In July and August, Attica’s three largest ports handled a total of 4 million passengers.

Greek PM to Focus on Targeted Measures at Thessaloniki Fair

Greece’s PM will focus on reforms and targeted measures in his opening address at the 87th Thessaloniki International Fair.

Greece Announces Immediate Measures After Fires

Greece has announced immediate measures including antiflooding works to address the aftermath of the fires in Parnitha and Evros.

Top 10 Athens Neighborhoods Highest in Demand for Airbnbs

Travelers looking for Airbnb-style accommodation in Athens are booking in these 10 areas.