We had the opportunity recently to speak with clinical nutritionist and media health expert Stella Metsovas about her recommendations for travelers to Greece. Metsovas is one of the world’s best known experts in organic and healthy foods and lifestyles.
Argo Travel News had a chance recently to connect with kayak adventurer Dana Paskiewicz (left), Marketing Director of The Northwest Passage, an adventure travel company that aimed at travel from the North Pole to warm southern waters and beyond.
If Winter weather has you ready for fun in the sun what better value is there than Crete? The land of the Minoans is possessed not only of one of the world’s healthiest climates, but aquamarine seas and cultural events, ancient history, and best of all the friendliest people anywhere. Add in some luxury treatment and the best seaside values one can imagine, and you have a vacation option fit for any fantasy getaway notion.
The other day I decided to use a favorite PR and publishing tool of ours, Help A Reporter Out (HARO) to gets some faves in Greece for our readers. As it turns out, even despite Greece’s economic woes, the love tourists feel for that place is stronger than ever. How can I know without a PhoCusWright study? The fastest and most enthusiastic HARO responses ever, that’s how.
Exotic and lush, unique in its beauty, Mykonos is a top Easter destination by Argophilia Travel News in 2013.
For travelers destined for Crete, Lato Boutique Hotel in Heraklion has just completed the 3rd phase of a renovation that will enhance guest services and experience greatly.
A bit of a funny info bit here. Looking at all the news today we ran across a fantastic new place to visit, represented by a fantastic PR company, with an even more fantastic gala event to draw your attention to it. The other day the founders of Aman Villas, Miltos Kambourides and Katerina Katopis, at Amanzoe attended a swanky press gig for just about anybody who is anybody in hospitality journalism. Funny, Argo Travel News is the first to tell you about these marvelous villas.
Running now through April 7, the Greek National Opera presents the wonderful operetta Halima, by Theophrastos Sakellaridis. With a restored score, and with its original orchestration, Halima is both a new production and reflective of the original master work.
Russia has recently become the go to market for countries seeking to boost tourism. Greece is the latest to hit the news with a Russia-focused strategy as 50 Russian tour operators are expected to attend a Greek-Russian tourism forum that will take place in Athens on Sunday, 10th of February at the Acropolis Museum. The […]
Greece is preparing for a record year in tourism in 2013, with a projected all time high of 17 million foreign visitors expected to visit the country this year. This large number seems attainable as existing data shows the number of Russian visitors to Greece is expected to exceed one million and bookings up 20% in Germany.
Greece strikes against austerity, a 48-hour general protest across all sectors, that impacts the country public transport infrastructure, schools, banks, government offices and even hospitals.
A hard up Greek football team has gone down an unlikely avenue in order to save itself from financial ruin, turning to the world’s oldest profession to help pull it through the nation’s economic crisis.