Tourism cannot be the pillar of long-term economic growth for Greece. The sector cannot keep pace to grow the country’s GDP.
As Greek officials continue a blame game, hoteliers and other businesses will very soon tell the tale on the all or nothing tourism scheme.
News from the 66th Meeting of the UNWTO Commission of Europe reveals the big lie, that anyone in Athens cares about sustainability.
The Greek government is looking to offer visas to digital nomads who have the capability of working remotely anywhere in the world.
Greece’s ministries of Defense, Culture, and Tourism are now pushing for military tourism to fill the gaps in traveler numbers.
Greece now readily admit that the “Blue Freedom” island vaccination plan to help cruise companies. The sad thing is, nobody seems to care.
With coronavirus cases now on a steady decline, Greece hopes a reclassification of risk by UK officials will help save 2021 for tourism.
Kos Island’s Neptune Hotels Resort, Convention Centre & Spa has reopened with upgraded amenities and safety protocols for 2021.
According to the National Organization for Public Health (EODY), new Covid-19 infections rose to 2,433 on Tuesday from 1,381 the day before.
The reconstruction of the Plaka Bridge, washed away by a flash flood in 2015, is awarded a European Heritage Awards/ Europa Nostra Award.
Mon Coin Studio in downtown Athens is running the “Aegean” exhibition featuring over 100 Greek ceramic artists and workshops.
Greece’s tourism ministry had dozens of media outlets pimping the country’s reopening to tourists this month. But is the hype necessary?