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Greece is among the world’s most searched-for destinations for post-Covid-19 travel, ranking third on the list provided by ESTA, a US electronic system for travel authorisation. Esta-america.com has analysed Google search volume data to reveal the global searches for destinations around the world and the countries that people are most looking forward to visiting when […]
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Map of European countries/regions with status for entry quarantine as of July 26. Source: Norwegian Institute of Public Health Norway has included several Greek regions in the “dark red” and “red” categories of its Covid-19 risk-assessment map, which determines which travelers are required to quarantine upon their arrival to the country. Following the map’s update […]
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SNF Nostos, the summer festival of the Stavros Niarchos Foundation (SNF), this year is returning to Athens with a five-day program full of cultural performances, sports events and innovative conferences. For 2021, the foundation has decided to hold the festival later than usual, in late August. Energizing sounds, entrancing activities, easy laughter, friendly encounters,
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Photo source: @ReCult Interreg VA Greece/Cyprus Greece is looking into ways to tap into the growing potential of religious tourism, Greek Deputy Tourism Minister Sofia Zacharaki said on Thursday. Speaking during a round-table discussion that took place on the island of Rhodes, Zacharaki confirmed Greece’s potential as a growing religious tourism destination. “We expect the
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Athens, Greece. Photo source: @Visit Greece TIME Magazine has included Athens on its list of the “World’s Greatest Places of 2021” for its prime cruise infrastructure and tourism offerings. The magazine’s annual list shines a light on ingenuity, creativity, revitalization and reopenings in destinations across the world. To compile the list, TIME solicited nominations of
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Greek passenger shipping company Minoan Lines recently announced that 100 percent of its staff has been vaccinated against the coronavirus (Covid-19). “One hundred percent of our employees in our central offices and port agencies have completed at least the first dose of the vaccine,” Minoan Lines CEO Antonis Maniadakis said. “During these unprecedented circumstances, it