The pandemic has caused paradigm shifts in many industries. Here in Greece, hospitality businesses are rethinking guest expectations.
EU officials are skeptical of the latest Greece-Israel travel pact that allows vaccine certified travelers.
American travelers are keen to visit Greece once the pandemic crisis is over. With safety as a priority, Greece is the top European pick.
Greece has now reopened its borders to Russian travelers, but only under certain conditions
Tripadvisor has released the “Best of the Best” hotels based on pre-pandemic traveler reviews. Greece hotels feature prominently on the list.
Greek authorities have announced the extension of Covid-19 measures on organized beaches through to the end of July.
Greece’s Tourism Minister Harry Theoharis announced this past week that Greece may be ready to welcome British travelers by mid-July.
Patmos’ Joanna Hotel in Grikos is now welcoming guests for the summer 2020.
Starting July 15th, Greece will be welcoming direct flights from the United Kingdom, and Sweden, according to an announcement from Athens.
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.
Emirates airlines has announced the resumption of its Athens-Dubai route as of July 15 after months of no flights due to Covid-19.
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.
A talk with a Crete entrepenuer about Greece reopening to tourists and how COVID-19 had changed the tourism landscape for 2020.
Alitalia has just announced the resumption of flights from Rome Fiumicino to Athens International Airport (AIA) starting July 1st.