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Sweden’s Vagabond Magazine Looks to Inspire Travel to Greece after Covid-19

The latest issue of Swedish travel magazine Vagabond looks to inspire travel to Greece after the Covid-19 pandemic.

Anatolia Hospitality: A Message from the CEO

Anatolia Hospitalty is getting ready to reopen its properties once the coronavirus pandemic subsides, says CEO Michael Chrysochoidis.

Grand Hotel Palace Thessaloniki Donates ICU Beds to AHEPA Hospital

The Grand Hotel Palace Thessaloniki has donated three ICU beds to the AHEPA University Hospital to contribute to the fight against the Covid-19 pandemic.

Aristotle Municipality Launches Travel e-Guide in English

The Municipality of Aristotle in Halkidiki has launched an electronic guide in English with useful information on the area's 13 hiking routes.

Santorini Among 7 Most Beautiful Islands on the Planet, Says CNT Middle East

Santorini, one of Greece's most popular destinations, is on the list of the "7 most beautiful islands on the planet" of Condé Nast Traveller (CNT) Middle East.

Greece Looks Into Safe Entry Documentation Options After Covid-19

Greek authorities are exploring the possibility of safe entry documentation to be shown at airports upon arrival after Covid-19 travel restrictions are lifted.

Economist Sees Considerable Coronavirus Toll on Greek Tourism

The Covid-19 pandemic is expected to impact Greece’s tourism sector more than in any other Eurozone country, according to The Economist.

Europe Chief Advises Against Travel, Urges Seniors to Stay Home until Year End

European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen advised Europeans to wait before making travel plans and seniors to stay put until the end of the year.

Covid-19: Greek Study Focuses on Previous Tourism Recovery Times After Crisis

Amid the Covid-19 pandemic and its impact on tourism, Greek research body INSETE looks into previous recovery times for the industry after a crisis.

Greece Stands by Spain Amid Covid-19 Crisis

Greece recently expressed ts solidarity to Spain by raising the country's flag on top of the Hellenic Parliament and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in central Athens.

Thessaloniki Invites Visitors to Explore its Best Through VR Travel App

The Thessaloniki Tourism Organization has released a video of a VR travel application, aiming to promote the city's sites to potential travelers to visit once it's safe to travel again.

Lesante Collection Donates Medical Supplies to Zakynthos Hospital to Combat Covid-19

The Lesante Collection will donate medical supplies to the General Hospital of Zakynthos, aiming to contribute to the fight against the Covid-19 pandemic.

Covid-19: Rhodes Int’l Marathon Supports EKAV Rescuers

The Rhodes International Marathon event has donated medical equipment to the local branch of EKAV (Greece's ambulance services) to support the fight against COVID-19.

Study: Greece’s Brand Name Key for Tourism to Recover from Covid-19

Greece's strong brand name will play a key role in the recovery of the country's tourism sector after the coronavirus pandemic subsides, says INSETE.

World Media Commend Greece on Coronavirus Crisis Control

Media worldwide are praising the Greek government on its handling of the Covid-19 pandemic, as it remains among the few countries in the world with low infection and death rates.

Passengers Through Europe’s Airports Down by 106m in March due to Covid-19

Europe’s airports lost 106 million passengers in March due to the Covid-19 outbreak, according to figures released by ACI Europe.

Greek Islands Want Return to Lower VAT Rates in View of Covid-19 Damage

South Aegean island authorities are calling on the Greek government to reinstate previously reduced VAT rates in order to mitigate the adverse economic effects of the Covid-19 pandemic.

Thessaloniki’s MICE Tourism Profile on Video

The Thessaloniki Convention Bureau has presented a new video promoting the MICE tourism profile of Thessaloniki, aiming to maintain its momentum as a conference destination.

Covid-19: Autohellas-Hertz Offers 150 Vehicles to Greece’s Local Authorities

Autohellas-Hertz has offered 150 vehicles to the Central Union of Municipalities of Greece (KEDE) to support the social services of local authorities as they deal with the Covid-19 pandemic.

Avis Supports Greece’s Fight Against Covid-19

Car rental company Avis will offer 250 vehicles to support the operation of the newly established mobile health units of Greece's National Public Health Organization (EODY).