International holiday bookings have surged by as much as 600% after Britain laid out plans to gradually relax coronavirus restrictions.
Israel and Greece are currently in advance negotiations of an agreement for reciprocal visits for vaccinated tourists.
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The European Center for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC) has put Greece at condition green on its latest coronavirus map.
Greece’s Aegean Airlines announced last week enhancing its network operations with more direct international flights to the Greek islands.
Greek authorities have now reduced the mandatory quarantine time for incoming travelers to the country during the holiday season to only 3 days.
An agreement between the Greek Tourism Ministry, the Hellenic Chamber of Hotels looks like the foxes in the henhouse.
Alan French, who’s the new head of Thomas Cook, says “Greece is currently the destination with the highest sales for our company.”
Greece’s Ministry of Tourism announced yesterday a new certification for businesses in Greece offering ‘glamping’ accommodation services.
The Hellenic Civil Aviation Authority (HCAA) has updated aviation directives (NOTAMs) to travel to Greece.
Greek Tourism Minister Harry Theoharis says he’s proud of tourism season redux. Citizens not so proud with COVID-19 cases rising.
Last week the Zakynthos Island Hoteliers Association and Regional Governor Rodi Kratsa-Tsagaropoulou discussed the plan for 2021.
Greece has announced the doubling of the number of Israeli tourists allowed to visit the country from 600 to 1,200 per week.
The Greek National Tourism Organization (GNTO) and ECTAA have agreed to make Greece the Preferred Destination.
Americans are still searching for their favorite destinations and Greece tops of desireable place in Europe.