In 2021, before the economy of Europe took a nosedive, Cyprus decision makers made the wise choice to shift market focus. Will it be enough?
What will it take for Greece’s decision makers to stop paying lip service to sustainable tourism for the future?
Greek hoteliers and hospitality stakeholders have been pumping sustainability for all it’s worth for years now. And there’s no sign of letup.
Carlson Wagonlit Travel research has revealed three sustainable tourism trends emerging since the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic.
Tourism cannot be the pillar of long-term economic growth for Greece. The sector cannot keep pace to grow the country’s GDP.
Accor and Expedia Group are collaborating to expand upon the UNESCO Sustainability Pledge into 96 countries.
HRADF will announce the winners of international tender for the sale of a majority stake in Heraklion Port.
A new report reveals that by 2050, hotels will need could be far more sustainable with the right cooperative framework in place.
A new from the Ministry of Tourism was presented this week by the Minister of Tourism Haris Theocharis.
Ryanair CEO Michael O’Leary still thinks sustainable tourism is business as usual.
Ernst & Young’s (EY) recent Attractiveness Survey for 2020 revealed Greece as a favorable invesment market. But, not so fast!
TUI Cruises’ Mein Shiff 6 steams into Heraklion’s port virutally unnotticed. The German company manages to become the first to redux cruising in Greece.
Malta has launched a continuous effort towards climate-friendly travel through 30 scholarships aimed at mitigating climate change.
Greece is advancing on plans to ban single-use plastics by July, 2021. A new law targets unsustainable practices.
Greek tourism stakeholders met earlier this week via teleconference to mull over the best ways to tap into €27.5 billion euros in EU rescue funding.