Tourism Μinister Haris Theocharis will announce a special agreement with the largest travel organizer in the world, TUI Group.
Ryanair has now called on the EU Commission to block the latest (allegedly) illegal State Aid of €3.4bn euros to Dutch flag carrier KLM.
Greece has reopened for tourists seeking out a slice of paradise. Hotel marketing experts say now is the time of unprecedented vacation deals
Greece’s PM Kyriakos Mitsotakis and SETE President Yiannis Retsos discussed creating a 10-year strategic tourism development plan.
Piraeus Bank announced today financing a property deal by property investment companies Henderson Park and Hines to buy five hotels on Crete.
TUI CEO Friedrich Joussen calls Greece, Cyprus, Croatia, Bulgaria, Spain, Austria, and Denmark “well prepared” for the summer 2020.
Argo tests a new travel platform Tangopapas.com being marketed as a “best of” class search and booking platform.
Heraklion MP Dr. Nikos Igoumenidis has taken issue with an new policy that will force hospitality providers to become hospitals.
A case of coronavirus in Chania on Crete has health officials puzzled as a 20 Swedish telecommunications worker slips past Athens controls.
As Europe’s touristic destinations open their borders for travelers from July 1st, EU regulators mull over banning American travelers.
Magnificent video footage by award-winning filmmaker Theo Papadoulakis reveals for the first time the majesty of authentic Crete.
An Ernst & Young report estimates that the Greek tourism sector will lose €10 billion euros in 2020 on account of the COVID-19 pandemic.
A talk with a Crete entrepenuer about Greece reopening to tourists and how COVID-19 had changed the tourism landscape for 2020.
Greek Summer 2020 was officially launched from Santorini by Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis, who welcomed the world back to Greece.
The International Blue Flag Program has announced 117 Crete beaches as Blue Flag designated seaside attractions for 2020.