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‘Concierge Club by Mideast’ Receives Gold Tourism Award

Mideast was honored at the Tourism Awards 2017 for providing its customers with a variety of concierge services, which combine hospitality and luxury, with elements from Greece and the East.

With Eye on 2017 Axia Hospitality Backs Greek Tourism

Reservation management company Axia Hospitality is boosting its promotional activities with participation in major tourism related events across the globe.
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Athens Shows Best At Beijing Expo

Athens and Santorini are the most popular Greek destinations of residents of the wider Beijing area, the Athens Convention and Visitors Bureau (ACVB) concluded after taking part in the Beijing International Tourism Expo 2013 in China.
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Crete To Shine In Athens This Weekend

The local products, traditional dishes and tourism services of Crete will be displayed 24-27 May 2013 at the TAE KWON DO stadium in Athens, at the exhibition “Crete: The Great Meeting” organized by Promexpo and the Region of Crete.
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Crete To Shine In Athens Next Month

The local products, traditional dishes and tourism services of Crete will be displayed next month at the TAE KWON DO stadium in Faliro, Athens, at the exhibition “Crete: The Great Meeting” organized by Promexpo and the region of Crete.

Complaints On Greek Tourism Services On The Up

The Tourist Protection Office of the General Consumers Federation of Greece (INKA) recorded a 36 percent increase of questions and complaints that concerned tourism services and prices during the 1 January-18 August period.

Blue Star Ferries Reports Solid Growth

Blue Star Ferries last month reported after tax profits of 17.5 million euros for 2005, an increase of 66.4% from the 10.5 million euro profit reported in 2004. Total revenues increased despite a 25.5% decrease in the number of sailings.

New Tourism Crisis Committee Action Package

Government action to help tourism out of its present predicament was promised early last month by Development Minister Nikos Christodoulakis. He announced the formation of an "Tourism Crisis Management Committee," headed by the ministry's tourism officials.