The GIVE i.elektra is a new smart scooter made designed and built all in Greece coming in the summer of 2021.
Ibiza-based Pacha Group has just announced the opening of its first hotel outside of Spain for June 2021. The group’s Destino Pacha Mykonos will mirror the bright luxury of the group’s other resorts like Pacha Ibiza and The Pacha Hotel. The new resort will overlook the white sands and turquoise waters of the Aegean Sea, and feature […]
Amorgos Island has a new travel agency. Dream Blue is a company offering thematic tours and a variety of adventures on Amorgos.
RateGain Technologies, the leading SaaS Company for travel and hospitality, today announced a global strategic partnership with IDeaS.
A new report reveals that by 2050, hotels will need could be far more sustainable with the right cooperative framework in place.
SAS opens 180 direct routes from Scandinavia to Europe in its spring and summer traffic programs providing the pandemic allows.
Domestic flights in Greece will continue to be restricted until Monday, March 1st to protect passengers and the citizens from COVID-19.
Beginning tomorrow, the lockdown restrictions in Athens and the surrounding Attica region will get tougher.
Fraport Greece delivers redeveloped and modernized airports ahead of schedule – New services, more comfort and more choices for passengers.
Israel and Greece have reached an agreement to clear the way for vaccinated tourists to travel between their Mediterranean nations.
A recent survey conducted by leading travel platform Trivago shows that 40% of Britons will do anything for a vacation.
Azerbaijan’s state-run tourism organization, the Azerbaijan Tourism Board (ATB), has launched a website to promote the Karabakh region.
According to Greece’s National Public Health Organization (EODY) there were another 1.113 new coronavirus cases recorded on Saturday.
Israel and Greece are currently in advance negotiations of an agreement for reciprocal visits for vaccinated tourists.
The new COVID strain has Europe leaders scrambling for answers. Experts say the virus will continue to mutate until stopped from replicating.