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Messinia: ‘Freedom Trees’ to be Planted in New Park Dedicated to Greek Revolution

The Cultural Institute of Messinia will plant 21 “Freedom Trees” in a new park that will be dedicated to the 1821 Greek Revolution.

Peloponnese: Morias ‘21 Initiative Revives History of Greek Revolution

The Constantakopoulos Foundation and TEMES S.A. have introduced the Morias '21 program, an initiative that aims to honor the bicentennial of the 1821 Greek Revolution through experiential activities.

Anaktorikon Boutique Hotel in Tripoli to Open on May 10

The Anaktorikon Boutique Hotel in Tripoli, located in the Peloponnese region, will be welcoming visitors once again as of May 10.

Arcadia Chamber to Create Online Platform for Tourism

The Arcadia Chamber is planning to create an online platform to promote the area’s destinations, experiences and products to potential visitors.

Chambers of Arcadia and Guiyang to Join Forces in Tourism

The Chamber of Arcadia in Greece will partner with the Chamber of Guiyang in China to promote common initiatives in tourism.

Arcadia Presents Tourism Experiences, Year-round Destinations in New Video Campaign

The Arcadia Chamber has launched a new campaign that aims to promote the area’s tourism offerings and year-round destinations.

Peloponnese Tourism Professionals Working to Create the Arcadia Riviera

Actions are underway to put dozens of Kynouria's small mountain and coastal villages on the tourism map, while creating experiences that will bring tourists back to Arcadia.

Action Plan to Transform Arcadia into the ‘Tuscany of Greece’

The Arcadia Chamber has plans to turn the area into the “Tuscany of Greece” and Tripoli into a citybreak destination that will serve as a base for the entire region.

Peloponnese Region Promotes Tourism Offerings to Romanian Market

Prior to the launch of direct flights from Bucharest to Kalamata in June, the Peloponnese Region held a fam trip for Romanian tour operators.

Kountoura Sets Goals for Peloponnese Tourism Growth

Tourism Minister Elena Kountoura spoke of ways to enhance the tourism product of the Peloponnese and attract travelers all year round during an event in Tripoli.

Tripoli to Hold ‘Shock Price’ Sales Event to Support Local Entrepreneurs

The Greek city of Tripoli will host a “Shock Price” sales event on Wednesday, August 30, in an effort to support local enterprises and promote the area’s culture.

European Capital of Culture 2021: 14 Cities in Greece Running for the Title

Corfu, Delphi, Eleusina, Ioannina, Kalamata, Larissa, Lesvos, Messolonghi, Piraeus, Rhodes, Salamina, Samos, Tripoli and Volos are candidate cities for the title of European Capital of Culture in 2021.

Greek City Tripoli Aims to Bid for European Cultural Capital

Local tourism sector entrepreneurs and the Peloponnese Tourism Organization (PTO) met earlier last week to discuss Tripoli’s bid as European Cultural Capital for 2021.

Tripoli Military Airfield To Operate As Civil Airport In 2015

As of next year the Civil Aviation Authority will have partial use of the military airfield in Tripoli (Peloponnese), Greece, to service passenger traffic, according to a joint ministerial decision signed by the ministers of Defense, Dimitris Avramopoulos, and Infrastructure,...

Etihad Airways Suspends Flights To Tripoli, Libya

Etihad Airways has temporarily suspended its three weekly passenger flights and two weekly cargo flights to the Libyan capital, Tripoli, effective immediately.
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Emirates Resumes Flights To Tripoli

Emirates has resumed passenger flights to Tripoli, the capital and largest city of Libya.