Coming 25 – 27 January 2020 in Nicosia, the 1st International Exhibition – Hospitality Expo Cyprus will feature key technologies, services, and strategies for the Cyprus market.
Just maybe, 2020 will be the year Greece sets sail for a sustainable economy and future. It all depends on Tourism Minister Harry Theoharis.
A British teenager reportedly gang-raped in Ayia Napa, Cyprus is now at the center of a campaign urging tourists to boycott the island.
Budapest Airport just welcomed its 16-millionth passenger, marking the highest-ever number of passengers served in the airport’s history.
Greece’s Culture Ministry has announced the famous Kasta Tomb in Amphipolis is to welcome visitors from early 2022.
Archaeologists have discovered two new monumental royal tombs dating from 3,500 years ago at the site of the ancient city of Pylos.
Cyprus tourism revenue fell 1.5 percent year-on-year to €2.3 billion euro in the first nine months of 2019.
The World Wildlife Fund (WWF) has now called for countries to adhere to the agreements of its Mediterannean Sea Initiative.
According the ELSTAT statistical authority, there was a 4.3 percent increase in the number of visitors to Greece’s museums in August 2019.
The historic Plaka bridge, which collapsed due to torrential rains magnifying the flow of the Arachthos River, has finally been rebuilt.
Greek meteorologists are forecasting foul weather on account of the new storm “Dido” which is already over much of Greece.
The Greek LOL Summer Camp is a language and social developmental program wrapped in a fun camp environment in an ideal place.