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Istanbul: After Tumultuous Times Life Back to Normal

Istanbul is one of the safest cities in the world for tourists, despite the terrorist attacks of the past few years and the military...

Europeans Stay Close to Home when on Holiday

The vast majority of European travellers (about 85%) prefer to stay close to home when on holiday, a World Economic Forum report says. In 2015,...

Cozy Greek Day: Exhibition in Brussels

The City of Brussels, in cooperation with the Embassy of Greece in Belgium and the Greek community, is organizing an outdoor event - exhibition...

Berlin, the City With Unexpected Greek Flair!

There are many interesting things to do while in Berlin, Germany, and it might surprise you that much of the sights you are about...

Campo Chiaro: The Stunning Italian Ghost Town of Rhodes [video]

The abandoned village at the foot of Mount Profitis Ilias was built by Italians during World War II. They settled there, eyeing the timber...

TUI Group: Greece Is the Big Winner this Year in Bookings from Austria

Greece has ousted Turkey from first place in the preferences of Austrian holidaymakers this year according to bookings made so far, a spokeswoman of...

Why Turkish Airlines Prefer Greek Captains

The rapid development of Turkish Airlines has caused the company to seek experienced pilots from abroad. The Turkish carrier employs 77 Greek pilots from...

Easter Holidays for Russian Tourists Canceled due to Visa Issuance Delay

At least 20 vacation packages from Russia toward Greece for the Easter Holidays have been canceled in the past few days, due to delays for visa...

Greece and Cyprus Amongst Russia’s Top Destinations

Russian tourist operators have recorded an augmentation of 10-15% in demand for vacation in May, in comparison to last year, with popular destinations abroad...

Greece Offers Incentives to Russian Tourists

"We will do everything to ensure timely visa issuance (for Russian citizens) by adding personnel and certainly by speeding up procedures," said Greek government...