The island of Crete experienced a stellar tourism season for 2018 with roughly €5 billion euro being spent from January through October, according to figures from the Bank of Greece. Overall, Greece saw travel receipts exceed €15.6 billion, which is an increase of 9.9%, compared to the same period of 2017 and is primarily due […]
Opening tomorrow in Heraklion, Crete, the European Federation of Tourist Guide Associations (FEG) presents the 20th European Tourist Guides Meeting and Delegates Annual General Meeting (AGM) to run from 20-25 November 2018.
The islands of Crete, Kos, Rhodes, and Samos have been set as top destinations for DER Touristik clients for 2019, according to the company’s CEO of Central Europe, René Herzog.
A leading Polish tour operator, Itaka will have representatives in Heraklion from October 21st thru 24th to sample Cretan touristic product.
For travelers who want to escape the madness of urban life, Crete is an iconic natural wonderland just waiting. Here time stands still in the remote regions where eternity meets majestic landscapes. For those adventurous enough to seek out pristine nature and tranquility, here’s a new selection of Crete nature lover treasures off the beaten […]
A few days ago Argo News had the opportunity to discuss with Greek parliamentarian, Dr. Nikos Igoumenidis, the importance of emerging tourism trends and the necessary shift by all stakeholders.
During the Crete trip, from May 10 to 13, international students will travel along with volunteers from the network to learn about Cretan culture via its music, flavors and tours of the island
TripAdvisor’s Top 25 Destinations of Europe 2018 were just announced, and Crete now sits at prestigious No. 4. However, us Minoans take great offense at not being chosen number one, since we gave you roads, usable toilets, and the world’s greatest EVER jewelry.
According to the Airport Manager at Heraklion’s Nikos Kazantzakis Airport passenger traffic was up almost 12 percent for 2016 year on year. One of the world’s most popular island paradises, Crete is well known for its friendly inhabitants and vacation bargains.
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.