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Kallichoron Hotel to Present its Sustainability Practices at Wayaj Webinar

Astypalea's Kallichoron Art Boutique Hotel on July 29 will present its sustainability practices at "Responsible Travel Makers", a new live web series produced by Wayaj.

Covid-19: Minoan Lines Receives Biosafety Trust Certification by RINA

Minoan Lines has received RINA’s Biosafety Trust Certification for the measures it has adopted to prevent and control the spread of infections in public areas.

Air Travelers from Bulgaria, Romania to Enter Greece Only with Negative COVID-19 Test

As of July 28, travelers flying from Bulgaria and Romania to Greece will be required to present a negative COVID-19 test, performed up to 72 hours before their entry into the country.

Greece – UAE Team Up for Tourism

Greece and the United Arab Emirates have announced a series of joint actions in tourism for the 2020-2022 period.

Emirates Covers COVID-19 Expenses of Customers Diagnosed During Travel

Emirates offers its passengers free cover for COVID-19 medical expenses and quarantine costs, should they be diagnosed with the virus during their travel.

GlobalData: MICE Tourism May Never Fully Recover from Covid-19

MICE tourism has been hit hard by the global spread of Covid-19 and could be one of the last sectors to return to normality, says GlobalData.

Civitel Akali Hotel Invites Travelers to Chania on Crete

The Civitel Akali hotel has reopened its doors to provide its guests with a safe hospitality experience in the city of Chania on Crete.

Andriani’s Guest House Assures Safe Holidays on Mykonos

Andriani's Guest House, a hospitality property located in the main town of Mykonos, promises safe and carefree holidays.

Loizos Stylish Residences Welcomes Travelers Back to Santorini

Loizos Stylish Residences is open and welcoming travelers back to the island of Santorini.

Greece’s Tinos Island Promoted to Passengers of Fast Ferries

Fast Ferries is giving its passengers the chance to "travel" to the island of Tinos through a series of thematic videos screened on board its ferries.

Study: Greek Economy to Face New Test When State Covid-19 Support Stops

The Greek economy is set to suffer another setback once the government’s Covid-19 lifeline to businesses stops, according to Capital Economics.

Airlines Want to Restart Travel with Joint US – EU Covid-19 Tests

Airline companies are calling on leaders to implement a common Covid-19 screening plan in efforts to resume travel between Europe and the US.

European Commission: Long Road Ahead for EU Recovery

European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen said planned cuts in the Union’s upcoming long-term budget will be a “difficult pill to swallow".

Athens Grand Walk Project to Evolve as Archaeological Park

A walkway unifying Athens' main monuments and landmarks will be included in the ambitious “Grand Walk” urban project of the Municipality of Athens.

Thessaloniki Promoted as Ideal City Break Destination for Romanian Travelers

National Geographic Traveler Romania recently presented Thessaloniki as an ideal nearby city break destination for Romanian travelers.

Radisson Blu Park Hotel in Athens Reopens to Visitors

The Radisson Blu Park Hotel Athens has reopened its doors and is committed to delivering a secure environment through health and safety protocols.

Casa Lucia on Corfu Opens and Puts Health First

The Casa Lucia, a hospitality complex consting of restored traditional cottages on the island of Corfu, has reopened to offer safe holidays to guests.

Poros to Host East Med Yacht Show 2020

The East Med Yacht Show 2020 event will take place at the port of Poros during September 18-20.

OECD: Covid-19 Shock Adds to Greece’s Challenges

Despite its swift and effective response to the Covid-19 pandemic, Greece must bolster its economy with added measures, according to the OECD.

Greece’s Tourism Receipts in May Suffer Covid-19 Blow

Due to the coronavirus crisis, Greece's travel receipts in May plummeted by 99.2% to 13 million euros from 1.56 billion euros during the same month last year.