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A new and modern image for the 14 “Gateways of Greek tourism” will include investments and enhanced processes for improving the travel experience. As...
The European Commission has requested Italy, Cyprus and Greece to urgently clarify the measures taken to establish Functional Airspace Blocks (FABs), required under the Single European Sky (SES) legis
A strong 5,8 earthquake was measured in Greece Sunday night.
ATHENS, Greece - The Greek prime minister, Antonis Samaras, issued an unusual appeal on Tuesday, asking his compatriots to put on their best face as the debt-choked country prepares to accept 17 milli
ATHENS, Greece - Greek tourism revenues are expected to bounce back this year to pre-crisis levels, the industry said on Thursday following the return of political stability to the country.
ATHENS, Greece - The developments in Cyprus don’t appear to have had any negative effects as far as Greece’s positive outlook for the 2013 season is concerned, according to the president of the As
HERAKLION, Crete - An Israeli business group intends to develop a tourism investment worth 500 million euros on a 2.5-square kilometer plot on the island of Crete, its representative has told the mayo
German tourists will be in short supply in Greece this summer as less than one percent have made plans to visit the debt-hit country this season, according to a report released Wednesday in Hamburg.
Greek officials say that a tour boat captain was killed and 6 foreign tourists were injured, when a replica cannon exploded Saturday on a mock pirate ship off the southern Aegean island of Kos.
EMPORIOS, Chios, Greece - August in Greece means two things: vacation and wildfires.
HALEIWA, Hawaii, USA; BRUSSELS, Belgium; VICTORIA, Seychelles – The International Council of Tourism Partners (ICTP) announced that the Thessaloniki Convention & Visitors Bureau (TCVB) joined as its
Contrary to what you might hear, Greece still welcomes German tourists. But they – and other Europeans – are just not coming in the numbers they used to.
WASHINGTON, D.C. - European Council President Herman Van Rompuy and European Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso issued the following joint statement on the result of the Greek elections: