Digital Governance Minister Kyriakos Pierrakakis says Greece will be fully digitalized in a few short years.
Residents of Crete who are ages 18 through 20 have the opportunity to participate in the European program DiscoverEU.
HRADF has announced receiving offers for the Gournes Military Base formerly operated by the United States outside Heraklion.
Crete officials pay tribute to the family of Cretans captured in World War 2 by the Nazis and sent to Mauthausen Concentration Camp.
A letter from Yara Marine Technologies CEO Dr. Thomas Koniordos, before the upcoming UN Climate Change Conference in Glasgow.
Greece’s government has announced that as of October 9th, vaccinated patrons will be allowed in restaurants, theaters, and cinemas.
The top stories from Greece. Evia Island workers prepare for rainy season, while COSCO ups its share of Piraeus Port.
According to the Greek Ministry of Development and Investment, Sitia’s Toplou Monastery will receive much needed upgrades.
Greece and Slovakia have signed a memorandum of cooperation in the field of tourism. According to the news, The agreement is aimed at knowhow exchange, as well as initiatives like extending both country’s tourism seasons.
Greece’s Tourism Minister Vassilis Kikilias says the occupancy rate of tourist accommodation and hotels reached 63 percent recently.
According to a report last week from the European Travel Commission (ETC), Greece is among 10 bucket list destinations for Europeans.
Hotel commerce platform SiteMinder announced raising $100 million in a pre-IPO funding.
Greek officials have confirmed 2,190 new coronavirus infections in the last 24 hours, with 37 more fatalities.
Greek health experts say as many as 50,000 students could be infected this autumn if parents don’t vaccinate their children.
Greece’s tourism performance this year was a pleasant surprise, according to Hellenic Hoteliers Federation President Grigoris Tasios.