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Greece Among Best Countries in the World for Wellness Retreats

Greece is among the best countries in the world for a wellness retreat, according to the results of a survey that used data from TripAdvisor.

Eastern Halkidiki Forms Tourism Ties with Sicilian Cities

The Aristotle Municipality in Eastern Halkidiki held a tourism roadshow in Sicily aiming to strengthen tourism and cultural ties with local officials and travel professionals.

Corfu Welcomes Opening of First ‘Dreams’ Branded Hotel in Greece

Corfu has welcomed the opening of the five-star Dreams Corfu Resort & Spa, the first ‘Dreams’ branded hotel in Greece.

Shadow Art Exhibition Opens at Santo Maris Oia Resort on Santorini

The Santo Maris Oia Luxury Suites & Spa is inviting Santorini’s residents and visitors to a shadow art exhibition in its newly established art space.

Athens Center Gets ‘Green’ Upgrades in August

Aiming to build a more sustainable city, the Municipality of Athens in August carried out 19 green upgrade projects in neighborhoods around the city center.

Holy Land Uncovered: Special Thessaloniki Episode to Air September 18

The Greek city of Thessaloniki will be presented to Israelis through an episode of ‘Holy Land Uncovered’, a popular TV show on i24 News.

Greek Breweries to Open Doors to Beer Fans

The Hellenic Association of Brewers is inviting beer fans to its Open Breweries 2022, an event dedicated to Greece’s beers and breweries.

September Movie Nights at Athens’ Revived AB Cinema

The AB open air cinema in Athens will continue operating until mid-September with a rich program of movies for cinema lovers.

Wine & Spirits: 3 Wineries in Greece Among World’s Top 100 for 2022

Three wineries in Greece have been named among the world's top 100 wineries of 2022 by Wine & Spirits Magazine.

Thessaloniki Fair to Honor 100th Anniversary Since Asia Minor Catastrophe

The 86th Thessaloniki International Fair in September will present an audiovisual show dedicated to the 100th anniversary since the Asia Minor catastrophe.

Eurostat Reveals Impact of COVID Crisis on Young Air Transport Workers

Airlines and associated enterprises have reduced the number of their employees during the last two years due to Covid-19, particularly affecting younger workers, according to data released by Eurostat.

BBC Puts Attention on Lesser-known Tinos Island

The BBC highlights the landscape, tourism offerings and traditions of the lesser-known Greek island of Tinos.

GNTO Puts Greek Culture on the Calendar in September

The GNTO is supporting three cultural events that will take place in Athens and on the islands of Corfu and Chios in September.

Epitalio Airport in the Peloponnese Reopens for Light Aircraft Flights

The airport of Epitalio in the Peloponnese has reopened for light aircraft flights, after having been granted a licence by the Greek Transport Ministry.

Report: Greece is an Accessible Country for People with Disabilities, But Needs to Do More

Greece is an accessible country for people with disabilities but needs to further improve its infrastructure, according to a report by UpCounsel.

Brown Hotels Opens ‘DAVE by the beach’ in Loutraki

Brown Hotels has opened the doors of another Dave Red hotel in Greece, in the seaside town of Loutraki, near Corinth.

Peloponnese: Leonidion to Soon Get Tourist Information Kiosk

A new tourism information kiosk is expected to open soon in the Greek town of Leonidion in the Peloponnese.

Santorini Welcomes Danae Suites Boutique Hotel

Danae Suites Boutique Hotel, a new hospitality property that offers stylish accommodation and unique sea views, recently opened its doors on the popular Greek island of Santorini.

‘Taste of Loutraki’ Food Event Kicks Off September 2

Greece’s seaside town of Loutraki is getting ready to host the “Taste of Loutraki”, a local gastronomy event scheduled to begin on September 2.

Open Call: Artists, Designers Invited to Share their Vision of Athens in the Future

The Municipality of Athens is inviting artists, architects, graphic designers and sketch artists to submit proposals and share their vision of Athens in the future.