Hoteliers upset by unsatisfactory start to the season

Santorini Hoteliers Association President Antonis Iliopoulos spoke about the tourist flow on the island. Speaking on the ERT TV program After Six (Από τις Έξι), he mentioned the dynamics of accommodation reservations, which are clearly lower than expected. “Reservations are not moving as actively as we would like. Occupancy is low due to the fact […]

Interactive map of covid in Greece

Deputy Civil Protection Minister Nikos Hardalias has uploaded interactive maps to Facebook about the progress of the coronavirus pandemic, vaccinations, immunity wall and self-defense measures to be taken this summer. As he writes in his post, two new interactive maps that track the development of the pandemic and vaccinations at the regional unit (and municipality […]

European Commission allocates 800 million euros to support Greek tourism

On June 1, the European Commission approved Greece’s € 800 million plan to support tourism businesses severely affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. “These (companies) have been severely affected by the pandemic and our plan will help ensure their continued economic operations during these difficult times,” said EU Competition Policy Commissioner Margrit Vestager. The scheme is […]

Another challenging season awaits the cruise industry

Uncertainty about when cruise operations can resume at a viable level to sustain the industry is one of the challenges this market faces, participants in the Posidonia Maritime Tourism Forum said this year on Tuesday. TUI resumed operations from Crete last week and its plan for this summer is to offer exclusively Greece cruises from […]

Expert: we will wear masks in 2022

Anthony Fauci expressed his opinion that perhaps Americans will have to wear a mask in 2022 to protect themselves from the coronavirus, while the death toll in the United States is approaching 500,000. To date, the United States has reported 498,384 coronavirus deaths and 28,114,570 cases, according to Johns Hopkins University. According to Johns Hopkins […]

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