Yesterday’s News Wrap-up includes the following:

How Hotel Prices Rate in Athens Compared to Other European Cities

Athens sees an average price of 136 euros, a notable increase from 115 euros in February (an 18.3% rise) and 119 euros in the same month last year (marking a 14.3% increase). However, amidst this price hike, data from the Athens and Argosaronic Hoteliers Association reveals a positive trend, with January 2024 closing with an average occupancy rate of 52.8%, up from 51.2% in 2023, indicating a 3.1% increase.

Evolution of Greek Language Takes Center-Stage This Week at CYA Online Lecture

The College Year in Athens (CYA) is organizing a highly anticipated online lecture on Wednesday on the subject of “Continuity and Change across the History of the Greek Language”, essentially an exploration of the Greek language’s evolution.

Athens International Airport: 231.5M Euros in After-tax Profits

This growth was driven mainly by a 24.0% increase in passenger traffic and dynamic revenue growth from commercial activities due to significant improvements in the aeronautical revenue activities and non-aeronautical revenue activities – income from areas such as retail shopping, food and beverage, advertising, car rentals, parking, and real estate leasing.

Greece Taking Steady Steps to Become Accessible and Inclusive

Late last year, during a discussion about the national strategy for the rights of persons with disability on occasion of International Day of Persons with Disabilities, Greek Tourism Minister Olga Kefalogiani and her counterpart at the Culture Ministry Lina Mendoni said accessibility and inclusivity were top priorities

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