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Greek May Face Shortages Soon

Greek May Face Shortages Soon

Despite Alternate Tourism Minister Elena Kountoura’s reassurances that all Greek tourist destinations are not going to face a short of supplies, reports from  Greek daily Kathimerini and British news paper The Telegraph claim that there could be “shortages on the...
Tour Operators Say Tourism to Greece is ‘Business As Usual’

Tour Operators Say Tourism to Greece is ‘Business As Usual’

Tour operator members of theUnited States Tour Operators Association (USTOA) with travel programs to Greece are taking a “wait and see” approach to the current economic uncertainty but believe tourism will continue as usual, according to Terry Dale, president and CEO....
Greece’s course in Europe and the Eurozone is one-way

Greece’s course in Europe and the Eurozone is one-way

Greece’s course in Europe and within the eurozone is a “national one-way road” and not just for economic reasons but for reasons of national security, President of the Hellenic Republic Prokopis Pavlopoulos said on Thursday, receiving the head of the...

the Hellenic Association of Travel & Tourist Agencies (HATTA) responding to Greek media reports that  US-based tour operators had informed Greek hoteliers that they would not proceed with payments to be deposited for tourist accommodation as they would...
Hotline for Greek Tourism Professionals

Hotline for Greek Tourism Professionals

A hotline has been set up for Greek tourism professionals that may need assistance with operational and functional issues that have arisen due to the recent developments in Greece. The hotline is 214.214.1000. The announcement was made on Tuesday by the Greek Tourism...
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