The pandemic is still on the rise in Greece, but promoting tourism above all else still seems to be the priority. Meanwhile, TUI goes on sales rampage.
Beginning tomorrow, the lockdown restrictions in Athens and the surrounding Attica region will get tougher.
Greek desicionmakers are now wrestling with the idea of a new model for tourism. Let’s hope they are serious this time.
Officials in Greece have instituted new curfews and the mandatory wearing of masks everywhere as of Saturday.
The reopening the beachfront area of the abandoned Varosha resort on in northern Cyprus causes public outcry.
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Greece seems to be caving in to pressure from German tour giant TUI to forge through a COVID 2nd wave and create off season bookings.
Greece is advancing on plans to ban single-use plastics by July, 2021. A new law targets unsustainable practices.
Just to show you how cool Greece is, legendary actor Tom Hanks and his wife Rita Wilson are now Greek citizens.
Greece’s PM Kyriakos Mitsotakis and SETE President Yiannis Retsos discussed creating a 10-year strategic tourism development plan.
This week, the South Aegean Region Governor George Hadzimarkos announced the establishment of the first-ever Greek DMO for Santorini.
A tech-helper sponsored by Eurobank and Mastercard, the Visit Greece app was just unveiled by Greek Tourism Minister Harry Theoharis.
Greece’s tourism ministry released a new campaign “A Greek Summer State of Mind”, which is all the more necessary because of COVID-19.
Officials in Greece have announced the country will cover the cost of treatment for any tourists who test positive for Covid-19 while visiting.
Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis commented yesterday on a European Commission recovery plan he says will benefit Greece and Europe.