Greek tourism: Hopeful yet uncertain for 2016

EconomyFeatures Tags: Tourism By: Omaira Gill
Photo by MacroPolis
Photo by MacroPolis

After a bumper tourism year in Greece last year, where an estimated 25 million visitors beat the grim economic climate of the country to visit in droves, the 2016 season has started out painting a more mixed picture.

Tourism represents one of Greeceā€™s most important sources of revenue, constituting roughly 9 percent of GDP. An estimated 23.6 million non-domestic arrivals were recorded in 2015 (cruise ships excluded), generating 13 billion euros in revenue, a 7.7 per...

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