The reality of Greece’s 2021 tourism restart begins to sink in. Chances are, this season will end up no better than 2020.
Greek desicionmakers are now wrestling with the idea of a new model for tourism. Let’s hope they are serious this time.
Greek decision makers have been crazily optimistic since the first COVID-19 lockdown. Their optimism seems misplaced now.
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.
Greece’s PM Kyriakos Mitsotakis and SETE President Yiannis Retsos discussed creating a 10-year strategic tourism development plan.
(SETE) President Yiannis Retsos told onlookers at the online Delphi Economic Forum this week, “the time is ripe for Greece to upgrade its tourism product.”
Here’s a story of brilliant Greek swimmers caught in a brutal coronavirus pandemic’s undertow. It’s to wake up and witness a new way.
At the annual Greek Tourism Confederation (SETE), stakeholders discussed a new era of tourism. Or, are they redefining realities?
In Athens, tourism decision-makers are poised to turn Greece tourism into a Florida clone. Key leaders want investment to double visitors.
Regulation, implementation, and supervision of the short-term rental market in Greece are key to maintaining balance in the tourism sector, said Greek Tourism Confederation (SETE) President Yiannis Retsos