Authorities tighten COVID restrictions on Mykonos after cases rocket. Police and other authorities say unbridled partying a cause.
Tourism in Greece
Cyprus’ Deputy Minister of Tourism Savvas Perdios, said earlier this week that the coming weeks will be extremely difficult for tourism.
Samaria Gorge, one of Crete’s most visited natural wonders, will be closed today on account of very high temperatures.
Cyprus tourism may not reach the halfway point of 2019 visits as predicted. COVID cases are rising and hoteliers fear failure for 2021.
As Greek officials continue a blame game, hoteliers and other businesses will very soon tell the tale on the all or nothing tourism scheme.
News from the 66th Meeting of the UNWTO Commission of Europe reveals the big lie, that anyone in Athens cares about sustainability.
German cruise operators TUI and AIDA have announced the relaunch of their cruise programs in May.
Greek decision makers are chest bumping one another over the COVID response. Meanwhile, the system is badly broken.
Greece’s Ministry of Culture has announced the Summer hours for archaeological sites and museums across the country.
The people of Crete are weary of ongoing COVID-19 restrictions and the seeming inability of Greek leadership to protect them.
The convergence of coronavirus vaccine necessity and marketing practice reveal just how desperate the tourism situation is in the EU.
Romania and Greece are keen to set up a travel arrangement for vaccinated travelers using their own vaccine certificates. What can go wrong?
Greece is instituting a new restructuring process for businesses in debt. SMEs question the scope of the Athens initiative.
Greece’s Tourism Minister Harry Theoharis said the ministry will accelerate the government’s strategic program for 2021.
A new Longwoods International tracking study of American travelers reveals that almost two-thirds are planning for no travel before the summer of 2021.