Greece’s National Public Health Organization (EODY) reported yesterday no fatalities and only 28 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 over the past 24 hour period. The number brings the total number of cases in Greece since the onset of the pandemic to 3,486. Also in the news, from the grand total of tests, 27,416 were carried […]
Greece’s Tourism Minister Harry Theoharis announced this past week that Greece may be ready to welcome British travelers by mid-July.
Chania’s Daskalogiannis Airport welcomed 2020’s first international tourists this week as Greece tries to reboot the tourism season.
From July 1st, Santorini’s Ducato di Oia and Ducato Wine hotels will reopen to offer guests “bucket list” memories.
Greece’s 18 regional airports are now prepared to welcome international travelers. According to the news, airports have taken all necessary measures and precautions to protect the health and safety of visitors, staff, and locals.
The US and Eight other countries are still on a travel ban list due to a bad COVID-19 record.
An Ernst & Young (EY) shows Greece is one EU country slow to implement regulations for short-term rental properties.
An Ernst & Young report estimates that the Greek tourism sector will lose €10 billion euros in 2020 on account of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis made his first trip abroad since the onset of the coronavirus pandemic.
Air France has announced the resumption of service to Athens and Heraklion in Greece from regional airports in France.
(SETE) President Yiannis Retsos told onlookers at the online Delphi Economic Forum this week, “the time is ripe for Greece to upgrade its tourism product.”
Recent ForwardKeys analysis reveals a big jump in international flight bookings to Greece, Portugal, and Spain as the tourist destinations announce the easing of travel restrictions.
Austrian Airlines has just announced new flights to a number of islands in Greece as of July.
The DIALOGUES of the Stavros Niarchos Foundation (SNF) continue for discussing the impact of the COVID-19 in tourism via webcast.
Greece’s tourism ministry released a new campaign “A Greek Summer State of Mind”, which is all the more necessary because of COVID-19.