Tag: JUNE

Athens hotel prices fall 24% in June compared to last year

Athens hotel prices fall 24% in June compared to last year

Hotels will face years of losses as the industry struggles to recover after the coronavirus pandemic. According to data from travel website Trivago, hotel prices in Athens fell by 24% in June, compared…

Greece will open all airports on July 1 2

Greece will open all airports on July 1

On the 1st of July, 2020, Greece will fully open all its airports to flights from abroad, Tourism Minister Harry Theoharis announced. “Our plan is comprehensive, and we have already carried out…

Greece is the ultimate summer destination 5

Greece is the ultimate summer destination

Greece over Summer is pure magic and for anyone lucky enough to have experienced some time here over the months of June, July and August, would surely agree that every day in…

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About 600,000 visitors expected in Cyprus in August

Cypriot Minister of Transport, Communications and Works Yiannis Karousos, said that the country expects to receive about 600,000 passengers in August, noting that this estimation includes people flying in on commercial and private planes. Speaking…

Primary schools and preschools in Greece reopening on June 1 7

Primary schools and preschools in Greece reopening on June 1

Primary schools, preschools and day care facilities will open again on June 1, government spokesman Stelios Petsas announced on Sunday evening. The decision was made by the Prime Minister following recommendations by…

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No cars in the centre of Athens for three months

A three-month ban of traffic in the centre of Athens and other restrictions will be introduced for the summer, taking advantage of two different opportunities, that of a cautious post-pandemic opening to…

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Minister: Greece cautiously reopening for summer travel

The plan to allow direct flights from abroad as of July 1 should not be cause for public concern, Civil Protection Deputy Minister for Crisis Management Nikos Hardalias said on Thursday, as…