Is Greece’s tourism restart about to be the biggest flop in history, or will last-minute bookings rescue the COVID stricken economy?
The Greece tourism seasons restart is still on despite Britain labeling the country an “amber” risk destination. Beaches are already open.
On the eve of Greece reopening to tourists, COVID-19 cases have spiked to 3,421 in a 24 hour period. Is Athens moving too fast?
Athens has announced reverting to lockdown measures for Kalymnos Island just days before a general reopening of tourism.
With just days to go before Greece is open to tourists, Greek hoteliers are asking the government’s help with operating costs.
According to Greek officials, there were 2,155 laboratory-confirmed new cases of Covid-19 in the country over the last 24 hours.
On May 3rd, the day after Orthodox Easter, the lenient lockdown aimed at slowing the spread of COVID-19 in Greece will essentially end.
The tourism flood gates are about to open in Greece. Meanwhile, most citizens are torn as to whether or not its a good idea.
TUI Russia says it will bring 300,000 Russian tourists to Greece this year. The guarantee takes effect once travel restrictions are lifted.
Dutch travelers hit Rhodes this week to quarantine at Mitsis Grand Hotel for a test vacation to prove travel can be fun no matter what.
Greece may be the backdrop for a new Sci-Fi horror, a dystopian nightmare where tourism euros are now worth more than people.
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.
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.