Greece could glean an additional 21.8 billion euros from elderly, wellness, spa, and medical tourism, a diaNEOsis research finds.
Greek thought leaders are not really thinking ahead where sustainability is concerned. The pandemic “pause” opportunity is being wasted.
Belarus is aiming to become a major medical tourism destination according to news from the Belarus-China forum in Shanghai on 7 November.
News from the Hellenic Association of Municipalities with Thermal Springs promises an upswing in Greece spa and wellness tourism once regulatory goals are met. According to Markos Danas, General Secretary of the organization, the ironing out of technical specifications, distribution and setting out protected zones are the prerequisites for the development of thermal springs and spa tourism in Greece. This opens up the ultimate potential for a vast opportunity to create a medical tourism industry that could well supercharge Greece’s main economic engine.