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GNTO: Travelers from Serbia are Eyeing Greece for Vacations in 2022

Serbian travelers are looking towards Greece to spend their summer vacations this year, according to the Greek National Tourism Organization (GNTO).

Thessaloniki Tourism Organization Welcomes City’s First Cruise Ship for 2022

The Thessaloniki Tourism Organization (TTO) recently welcomed the Viking Sky, the first cruise ship to arrive at the city’s port, for 2022.

Greek Digital Ministry Invites Municipalities to Get Ready for ‘Smart Cities’ Program

The Ministry of Digital Governance is inviting 17 of Greece’s largest municipalities to submit their strategic plans to participate in the announced “Smart Cities” program.

Hotelising Announces New ‘HOTEL PRO’ Service for Hoteliers

Hotelising has expanded its portfolio of services aiming to provide hoteliers with more innovative tools in sales and revenue management.

Greece to Establish EuroVelo Coordination Center to Promote Bike Tourism

Greece is taking action to promote bike tourism through the establishment of a National EuroVelo Coordination Center.

Greece’s Magnesia Region Looks to Attract More Visitors from Poland

In efforts to attract more travelers from Poland to the area of Magnesia in central Greece, the GNTO and local authorities recently held a press trip for Polish media.

Pelion’s Erofili Hotel Completes Large-scale Renovation Project

The Erofili Hotel, located in the village of Portaria on Mount Pelion, has completed a large-scale renovation of its rooms and public areas.

Historic Aegli Hotel in Volos Opens for Summer 2021

The historic Aegli Hotel in the heart of port town Volos in central Greece has reopened its doors and is welcoming visitors.

GNTO Holding Webinars to Promote Greece to Foreign Tourism Professionals

The GNTO is promoting Greek destinations to foreign tourism professionals through webinars held on its ‘Link to Greece’ platform.

Greek Port Town Volos Gets Waterway License

The port authority of Volos in Central Greece was granted a license for the construction of a waterway for seaplane flights.

Selina Centavrus Welcomes Visitors to the ‘Balcony of Mount Pelion’

The Selina Centavrus Pelion hotel has reopened its doors in the traditional village of Makrinitsa, also known as the "Balcony of Mount Pelion", offering amazing views.

Volos to Welcome Charter Flights from Israel this Summer

The city of Volos and Mount Pelion in central Greece this summer will welcome travelers from Israel through a new weekly charter service.

Greece Pushes Forward with Port Upgrades

Greece is accelerating procedures in order to move ahead with infrastructure upgrades at ports across the country, according to Shipping Minister Yiannis Plakiotakis.

GNTO Promotes Athens and Pelion to French Market

The Greek National Tourism Organization (GNTO) recently introduced French journalists to the tourism offerings of Athens and Mount Pelion.

Domotel Hotels Announces Liana Tampourea as New Sales Director

Domotel Hotels & Resorts has appointed Liana Tampourea as the group’s new sales director.

Condor to Extend Services from Kalamata to Munich and Dusseldorf

Condor Airlines will extend its routes from Kalamata, Greece, to Munich and Dusseldorf in Germany, until November.

Aegli Hotel Welcomes Visitors to Volos

The Aegli Hotel recently reopened its doors to welcome guests to its recently renovated facilities in Volos, central Greece.

Larissa’s Hotel Metropol Opens with Safety Measures in Place

The Hotel Metropol in Larissa has reopened its doors to guests, offering accommodation services in line with the health protocols announced by the Greek Tourism Ministry.

Condor Gets Ready to Fly to 14 Greek Destinations

German leisure airline Condor, this summer will be flying from Germany to 14 popular holiday destinations in Greece.

Covid-19: Volos Authorities to Close Waterfront Area

Local authorities in Volos, central Greece, have decided to ban access to the city's waterfront, as part of efforts to avoid the further spread of Covid-19.