This week travel experts discuss the need for Greece to adapt in the wake of COVID-19, and more news on the economy and summer vacations.
The National Public Health Organization (EODY) reported on Saturday 3,232 new coronavirus infections in the last 24 hours.
Greece’s Ministry of Culture has announced the Summer hours for archaeological sites and museums across the country.
Friday has been a pretty busy news day where the tourism sector is concerned. Here’s a brief rundown of the news and events from Greece.
Greek officials are planning additional interventions for sectors including tourism, Finance Minister Christos Staikouras said earlier today.
Greek officials are on a marketing campaign that is misleading, at best, touting the country’s safety when citizens are still in peril.
The convergence of coronavirus vaccine necessity and marketing practice reveal just how desperate the tourism situation is in the EU.
The Greek government has revised a law on shoreline use that gives shoreline rental businesses the right to use beaches.
Greece’s Health Ministry’s committee of experts is now considering which activities will restart in the country when new cases of COVID begin to decline.
Today, March 25, 2021, marks the 200th anniversary of Greek independence from the Ottoman Empire and the birth of a new nation.
Just when you thought European tourism could not get any weirder, Netherlands makes test rats out of tourists.
A new study by the Royal Elcano Institute and Spanish tourism institute Turespaña reveals Greece as the first choice for European travelers.