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Greece Among Europe’s Most Friendly Countries

Greece is one of the most friendly countries in Europe, according to a recent report by InterNations. Thousands of expatriates took a survey for InterNations, a site that offers essential tips to expats around the world, to help determine which...

Philoxenia: The Ancient Roots of Greek Hospitality

The Greek word Philoxenia, literally translated as a "friend to a stranger," is widely perceived to be synonymous to hospitality. For Greeks it is much deeper than that. It is an unspoken cultural law that shows generosity and courtesy to...

Greece Open for Visitors — but Waiters Nowhere to Be Found

Greece is open to welcome tourists back to the country but a shortage of waiters is the latest challenge to its catering industry.

Hotel Prices in Athens Drop by One Quarter From Last Year

The Greek accommodations market is expected to face serious losses this summer, as room rates in Athens hotels have dropped by 24 percent this month compared to the levels seen in June of 2019. According to data gathered from the...

The Enduring Philoxenia of the Greek People

By Andrew Tzembelicos Though I’ve become well-acquainted with Greek hospitality over the last seven years, having spent considerable time in the country, including living in Athens for two six-month stints, the kindness of the Greek people never ceases to amaze...

Australian Journalist Praises Greek Hospitality

Australian Huw Kingston, praises Greek tourism to the Australian media and does so very effectively as he describes his experiences traveling in Greece. Kingston works as a travel journalist and owns a company that organizes adventure tours. His passion for...