Greece, Serbia Want to Lure More Visitors to Each Others Countries

ATHENS – As it did with Albania, Greece is working with Serbia on plans to get citizens to visit each others countries in more local tourism after Greece saw huge numbers of tourists in 2022 from around the world.

That came after a meeting between Tourism Minister Vassilis Kikilias, the Greece-Serbia Parliamentary Friendship Group and Serbia’s Ambassador to Greece Dusan Spasojevic, said GTP Headlines;


The news comes after announcements in January that Air Serbia would be launching in April direct flights from Belgrade to the Greek islands of Rhodes, Corfu, and Crete (Heraklion and Chania) the site said.

Besides the launch of flights to four more Greek destinations by Serbia’s national carrier, the operation of a Greek National Tourism Organization (GNTO) office in Belgrade and a Serbia Tourism Board branch in Athens was also discussed.

Kikilias was also informed of a roaming charge issue affecting Serbian travelers who visit Greece and which has led to an annual loss of 300,000-400,000 tourists from Serbia, the delegation said, no resolution reported.


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