Tourism Minister Vassilis Kikilias signed a deal with Britain’s Jet2.com to increase available air passenger seats to Greek by 600,000.
Greece tourism numbers surprisingly high for 2021 despite the pandemic. The COVID pandemic is, so far, unrelenting. And other news…
Greece confirmed 3,651 new coronavirus infections in the last 24 hours including 63 fatalities from complications of the disease.
Greece and Saudi Arabia agree to expand on tourism, defense, and energy cooperation in the coming months.
Greece health experts say a fourth wave of COVID-19 is on the horizon, but Greek leadership maintains course to bolster the economy.
Digital Governance Minister Kyriakos Pierrakakis says Greece will be fully digitalized in a few short years.
Greece’s government has announced that as of October 9th, vaccinated patrons will be allowed in restaurants, theaters, and cinemas.
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Families traveling together to Greece may opt for remote working in the future, and coworking spaces are likely to become the next big trend in travel and hospitality. Benefits of Remote Working Remote working gained much popularity during the global COVID-19 pandemic. Offices closed, and many of their employees found themselves confined in their homes […]
Greece’s Tourism Minister Vassilis Kikilias says the occupancy rate of tourist accommodation and hotels reached 63 percent recently.
A new website by Green Fund and Goulandris Museum, www.visitgreeknature.gr, launches to showcase Greece’s nature reserves.
GNTO boss Dimitris Fragakis says Greece has achieved its goals set for tourism in 2021.