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Santorini Mayor Calls for Closer Cooperation on Crucial Issues

A brighter, healthier future for Santorini depends on ensuring closer cooperation, tighter regulations and upgraded infrastructure, according to the island's mayor Nikos Zorzos.

New Faces: Panayiotis Melissiotis, Executive Assistant Manager at Radisson Blu Park Athens

This week, the Greek Travel Pages (GTP) introduces Panayiotis Melissiotis, the Executive Assistant Manager i/c Sales & Marketing for Radisson Blu Park Athens.

IMIC 2017: The End of Tourism as We Know It

Redefining the way we market and manage tourism and refocusing the attention on the traveler were the key findings of this year’s IMIC 2017 conference.

Santorini Saturation Challenge Tops Mayor’s Agenda

Santorini Mayor Nikos Zorzos spoke of the massive implications of overtourism and lack of government direction during the IMIC 2017 conference recently held on the island.

Young Face of the Week: Konstantinos Riavoglou, Vacation Department Manager at blueground

This week, GTP introduces Konstantinos Riavoglou, the vacation department manager at blueground.

Greek Universities to Launch Tourism Management Programs for Foreign Students

The Greek ministries of Education and Tourism announced that two undergraduate programs on tourism management will launch in the country's universities for students from outside the European Union.

Greece’s Tourism Schools On Crete, Rhodes To Be Upgraded

The Greek ministries of Tourism and Education will work together to upgrade the country's Schools of Higher Tourism Education on Crete and Rhodes, an announcement said on 30 July.

Greece Launches Pilot Dual Vocational Education System For Tourism Studies

Greece has launched a pilot dual vocational education and training system for young Greeks that want to pursue a career in the tourism sector and will combine classroom and business, theory and practice, learning and working.

Alpine Offers Bachelor’s Degree

The Alpine Centre for Hotel and Tourism Management has been authorized by the UK’s Bournemouth University to offer students a degree course in international hospitality and tourism management as of this October.