The reality of Greece’s 2021 tourism restart begins to sink in. Chances are, this season will end up no better than 2020.
The COVID-19 pandemic still dominates every faces of travel news in Greece and worldwide. Here are Greek highlights.
The tourism flood gates are about to open in Greece. Meanwhile, most citizens are torn as to whether or not its a good idea.
Greece moves to reopen the country’s doors to tourists in spite of the ongoing pandemic. Norwegian and other cruise lines sail to Greece.
The people of Crete are weary of ongoing COVID-19 restrictions and the seeming inability of Greek leadership to protect them.
Friday has been a pretty busy news day where the tourism sector is concerned. Here’s a brief rundown of the news and events from Greece.
Greek officials divert much needed COVID-19 vaccines to small islands in a bid to make safe destinations for Summer.
Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis announced that Greece will be getting 25 million doses of the COVID-19 vaccine once it becomes available.
Greek decision makers have been crazily optimistic since the first COVID-19 lockdown. Their optimism seems misplaced now.
Greece’s Deputy Minister for Civil Protection & Crisis Management Nikos Hardalias defines new COVID restrictions.
Greece’s Ministry of Tourism is stepping up efforts to diversify the tourist product of the country by drafting a new agrotourism plan aimed at channeling revenues into local communities.