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Late Bookings Fuel Tourism Expectations
An increase in last-minute reservations since July could push revenues from tourism past 10 billion euros in the second half of 2016 and give a much-needed boost to the country’s struggling economy, according to tourism industry authorities.
Volunteers Transforming Thessaloniki Into A More User-Friendly City
A new urban activist group in Thessaloniki wants to motivate citizens in the northern port city to take social and environmental problems into their own hands.
Traditional Dance Festival In Greece Wins European Award
The traditional dance festival “Diamantis Palaiologos” won a European award by the EILEEN (Enhancing Intercultural Learning in European Enterprises) project.
Cyprus: Central Bank Reports Increase Of Investment Fund Assets By 8%
The total assets of investment funds increased by approximately 8% to €2.928 million in June 2016, compared with €2.712 million in March 2016, Central Bank statistics show.
German Study Finds 1 In 5 Greek Children Harmed By Austerity
A study by the Germany’s Bertelsmann Institute published in German newspaper Deutsche Welle refers to the consequences of the economic crisis and years of austerity in South European countries.
Employment Increases But Wages Decrease To Under 400 Euros Per Month
Flexible, cheap work agreements are becoming the norm in Greece with young people under 29 years most affected.
Property Owners Get Rid Of Tenants For Tourists
Travel accommodation sites such as Airbnb and HomeAway have seen an increase in owners interested in short-term leases to foreign visitors.
Greece Planning To Increase Total Area Of Natura 2000 Sites Listed As Protected
Protecting valuable coastal ecosystems should be a priority for a country like Greece, which has with nearly 14,000 kilometers of coastline, but just 6 percent of Greek national waters are designated as protected in the European Union’s Natura 2000
Greek Unemployment In July Up 2.8 Pct From June
Some 846,000 people in Greece were registered as unemployed in July – a 2.8 percent increase compared to June – according to the latest data published by the Manpower Organization (OAED).
Greek Current Account Surplus Widens In June, Services Surplus Drops
Greece's current account surplus widened to 1 billion euros ($1.13 billion) in June from the same month a year earlier, helped by improved income accounts, the Bank of Greece said on Friday.
5 Of The Best Traditional And Unspoiled Islands In Greece
When you are looking for the perfect place to vacation in Greece, consider some of the charming and less traveled islands that offer unique experiences for your unforgettable vacation, recommends to its readers and proposes the foll
Hotel Rates On Refugee Islands Slashed By Half For Tourists
Hoteliers in Samos, Lesvos, Chios, Kos and Leros — the islands most affected by the refugee crisis last year — are slashing prices for rooms and tourist packages.
Ancient Tower Of Winds In Athens Opens To Visitors
After decades of being closed off to the public, the Greek Culture Ministry announced on Wednesday that the Tower of Winds, or the Horologion of Andronikos Kyrrhestes, in the Roman Agora under the Acropolis will be open to the public.
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Residential Property Owners Prefer Tourists Over Tenants
Rentals of residential property in Greece to tourists through accommodation sites such as Airbnb and HomeAway have shot up this summer, according to realtors who are reporting almost daily evictions of tenants in favor of short-term leases to foreign
Five Points To Watch Out For In ENFIA
The single property tax (ENFIA) will be announced toward the end of August, and not Thursday as initially scheduled.
Migration Crisis: Greece Plans New Shelters To Reduce Overcrowding On Islands
Government data shows more than 10,700 people are sheltered on five islands with capacity for 7,450, fuelling frustration and tensions.
Migrant Crisis: Greek Islands See Rising Numbers In Camps
Save the Children says the number of migrants arriving in the Greek islands has nearly doubled in recent weeks, putting pressure on overcrowded camps.
Greek Tax Odyssey: ENFIA Icing On Government’s 23.3-Bln-Euro Tax Hunt
Greek taxpayers will need to brace themselves over the next few months for a total of 23.3 billion euros to be squeezed out of them in the form of income tax, priority taxes, car registration fees and other duties.
Greece Shows €3.5 Bln Primary Surplus In First 7 Months
The Greek government has achieved a 3.5 billion euro primary surplus in the first seven months of 2016, exceeding the target of 2.7 billion euros.
Refugee Camps On Greek Islands 'Bursting At The Seams' As Crossings From Turkey Begin To Pick Up
Refugee camps on Greece's Aegean islands are “bursting at the seams”, a British aid organisation has warned.
ENFIA Property Tax To Burden 7.3 Million Greeks Starting Next Week
7.3 million property owners in Greece will be called upon to pay a total of 600 million Euros for each month from September through to January 2017, with average per owner estimated at 458 Euros.
Is This The Most Beautiful Island In Greece?
I fell in love with Ithaca (Itháki) 48 years before I went there. In my last year at the prep school that tried so hard to ruin my life, I was forced to study Latin and Greek and it’s quite worrying that to this day I can still recite all the prep
Greek Products Inspire US ‘Cooking Odyssey’
Thanks to widespread promotion of its health benefits, millions of people around the world have taken up the so-called Mediterranean diet, based around fruits, vegetables, legumes, nuts, herbs, honey and olive oil.
World Bank Calls On Greece To Cut Benefits, Tax Breaks
The World Bank has suggested that Greece cut a number of benefits and tax breaks in order to reform its welfare system, a Kathimerini report says.
Celestyal Crystal Cruise: An Odyssey Of Greek Cuisine
Stuffed vine leaves, prawns in tomato sauce and an oh-so-decorative watermelon salad with feta cheese and black plums.
Greek Economy Contracted 0.7 Percent In Q2 Year-On-Year
The Greek economy contracted 0.7 percent in the 2nd quarter of this year compared to the same period last year but grew slightly, by 0.3 percent compared to the first quarter of this year, according to Hellenic Statistical Authority (ELSTAT).
Plots Of Land To Be Added To ENFIA Tax Next Year
From the start of next year, property owners in Greece will have to provide more information about land parcels, which have been exempted from the ENFIA property tax this year, a Finance Ministry official has told Kathimerini.
Greek Economy Grew In Second Quarter Despite Dragging Review
Greece unexpectedly averted a recession in the second quarter when the country and its creditors haggled over the release of bailout funds.
Summer Tourism 2016: 4 Greek Island Villas Among European Top-10 Beach Houses
Four Greek island villas are the among the top-10 beach houses in Europe.
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