Accor Group announced last week the launch of the “ALL Heartist Fund” to help its employees affected by coronavirus (COVID-19).
Greek officials have temporarily banned passenger flights from Germany and the Netherlands. The ban for Germany allows traffic from the central European country to Athens only. The measure is the latest in a series of Greek crackdowns to ensure the public is protected from COVID-19. Greece’s Deputy Minister of Civil Protection and Crisis Management, Nikos […]
The COVID-19 outbreak leveling serious repercussions on Greece’s tourism industry. Thousands of jobs are at risk as because of the pandemic.
Greek regional governors and Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis have decided to cancel the parades for the March 25 holiday.
Coming to the ARTSTORY gallery in Moscow April 15th – June 7th, the exhibition “Only the Sky Above” will feature Masha Schmidt’s works.
The Greek ministries of economy, development, and tourism are looking at measures to support business owners affected by Covid-19 outbreak.
The ever increasing spread of the novel coronavirus COVID-19 has now forced the Federal Ministry of Health and the Federal Ministry of Economics of Germany to cancel ITB Berlin. The news from the exhibition’s organizer Messe Berlin announced on Friday night. The show, scheduled to run between March 4-8 in Berlin, is one of the most anticipated travel industry events in […]
Greece will focus on new markets and affluent travelers according to the new GNTO tourism strategy for 2020.
RateHawk.com has just introduced a fully localized version of its platform for the Greek, Hungarian, Romanian and Bulgarian markets.
A meetup in between Greek Development and Investment Minister Adonis Georgiadis and Israel’s Brown Hotels speaks of Greek expansion plans.
According to a report from ekathimerini, Greece is missing out by not having as many shopping malls as other destinations. The report reveals that the country has only 57 square meters per 1,000 inhabitants, just 6.7 percent of the total of first-place Norway (857 sq.m.) and less than fellow Balkan countries Bosnia-Herzegovina (98 sq.m.) and […]
A recent Passengers Survey of the Statistical Service of Cyprus shows arrivals of tourists in Cyprus reached 550,971 for July 2019 or an increase of 2.1% year on year. July 2019 had the highest volume of tourist arrivals ever recorded in Cyprus in any specific month. In addition, from January – July 2019 arrivals of […]
Coming up Friday, August 9th at Agia Marina, the Chania Beach Party 2019 promises to be the biggest Crete beach party ever.
The Tipping Point (TTP) and the G & A Mamidakis Foundation joined forces recently on Crete to offer an educational program for students.
Yiannis Kefalogiannis, Greece’s new deputy infrastructure, and transport minister is addressing the crippling flight delays at Athens International Airport (AIA). Mr. Kefalogiannis said this week that immediate action would be taken to address the problems at Athens and at other facilities across Greece. Following a meeting with representatives from the Greek Air Traffic Controllers Association, […]