Athens в новостях
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The China Post
· Greece clarifies policy, to allow tourists from all nations →
According to the officials and the foreign ministry document, a limited number of international flights will continue only being allowed to land at Athens International Airport until June 15.
· Greece keeps the Netherlands off its list of approved tourist providers →
Dutch airline Transavia said earlier in May it planned to resume flights to Athens and Crete from that date.
· Greece to open up in two weeks – but not to UK tourists →
From 15 June, travellers from 29 countries – including Albania, Austria, North Macedonia, Switzerland, Estonia, Croatia and Cyprus – will be able to enter Greece on direct flights to Athens and to the northern city of Thessaloniki.
· 'A marathon, not a sprint': Kickstarting 4BC breakfast radio after Alan Jones →
London did it very well.” Beijing, Athens and Rio not so well, he said.
· Greece is the word for Rob Brydon: 'I do have a real fear of diminishing returns' →
They are, again, on assignment for British newspaper The Observer, tasked with an itinerary that has them start on Turkey’s north-west Aegean coast and finish in Ithaca, via the Greek Islands and Athens.
· Greece to open airports to arrivals from 29 countries from June 15 →
ATHENS, May 30 — Greece said yesterday it would reopen its airports in Athens and Thessaloniki to arrivals from 29 countries from June 15, the start of the tourist season.
· Greece invites Australia and NZ to join travel bubble →
Athens: The Greek government has listed 29 countries from where it will accept visitors as of June 15 as it looks to mitigate the financial damage from the coronavirus pandemic.
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Greece might be high on the list of many people’s summer holiday destinations, but for Britons dreaming of getting away the country will be out of reach for some time yet, writes Helena Smith, the Guardian’s Athens correspondent.
The New York Times
· Emma Amos, Painter Who Challenged Racism and Sexism, Dies at 83 →
A career retrospective, “Emma Amos: Color Odyssey,” is scheduled to open at the Georgia Museum of Art in Athens, Ga., in 2021, and travel to the Philadelphia Museum of Art and the Munson-Williams-Proctor Arts Institute in Utica, N.Y.
· Britain left off 'safe list' of countries free to holiday in Greece →
UK fails to fit epidemiological profile demanded by Athens, which has kept Covid-19 in check