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Tourists shrug off Greek crisis and head to the Mani
Four hours south of Athens lies a little discovered part of the Greek mainland, the Mani. Acclaimed for its beauty, it attracts discerning tourists who return year after year, once they have discovering its charms.
Greece: Four-day tour bus strike to begin June 4
Greek tourism, already in decline this year due to economic and political uncertainty, will be dealt a further blow from June 4 when tour bus drivers go on strike for four days.
Greece: Tourism falters in face of political uncertainty
Amidst political uncertainty, Greece is experiencing a dramatic drop in tourism bookings of between 30 to 40 percent, as reservations are frozen.
Athens Acropolis closed by Greek strikers
Athens - Tourists were locked out of the Acropolis on Saturday by striking guards who are owed weekend pay. The industrial action strikes another blow into the Greek tourist industry.
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