Greece Is Cutting Airfares To Encourage Tourists To Visit

As the world sees COVID-19 stay-at-home and lockdown orders starting to ease, nations are making plans to get their economies going again.

In 2019, Greece welcomed about 33 million tourists to its shores, who added 19 billion euros to its economy, so it’s critical that the nation be able to bring visitors back, and do it safely. But of course, Greece also wants to open up to tourists as soon as possible, too.

And, while other nations might be adopting strict measures to prevent further virus spread from tourism in their re-opening plans, Greece isn’t planning on requiring visitors to take tests or quarantine themselves upon entering the country, provided they aren’t coming from a place with a large, active coronavirus presence.

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