Hellenic Hoteliers Federation President Grigoris Tasios said this week foreign arrivals to Greece are approaching half of 2019 numbers.
With wildfire ravaging the country, and the coronavirus resurging, will Greek officials finally admit the 2021 tourism season was a mistake?
United has just announced new flights to Croatia, Greece, and Iceland in a restart after the pandemic grounded most airlines.
A recent survey conducted by leading travel platform Trivago shows that 40% of Britons will do anything for a vacation.
Starting February 8th, the Russian Federation will resume flights to Greece and Singapore, according to Itar-Tass news agency.
The Hellenic Intensive Care Society President Αnna Kotanidou assures citizens of enough ICU beds.
Greece has temporarily banned passenger flights arriving from Barcelona and the wider region of Catalonia.
Greece remains, for the time being, on UK’s quarantine-free list of countries for to and from travel.
Greek authorities have announced the extension of Covid-19 measures on organized beaches through to the end of July.
Starting July 1, Greek officials will ask visitors to the country to carry out the necessary diagnostic screening and provide location data.
Alitalia has just announced the resumption of flights from Rome Fiumicino to Athens International Airport (AIA) starting July 1st.
A story this week on the Irish Times Richard Pine frames Greece’s reopening to tourism through the filtered light of skepticism.
Greece’s major hotel chains are looking at proactive plans for booking rooms in order to create a natural social-distancing atmosphere.
According to reports from ΜΑΤΚΑ 2020, Finnish tourists flows to Greece are expected to increase by 10% or more this season.
According the ELSTAT statistical authority, there was a 4.3 percent increase in the number of visitors to Greece’s museums in August 2019.