TUI’s investments in Greek tourism will be examined during a meeting by its Board of Directors on October 5th.
Greece was TUI’s second destination worldwide this year, with the leading top tour operator’s management approving significant investments in the country, such as the purchase of land for the creation of Robinson Club in Crete.
In the next few years, more TUI hotels in our country, including TUI Blue, are expected to be added.
Meanwhile, today and tomorrow, TUI organizes a trip for Greek journalists in Kos, a destination that is expected to be greatly boosted by TUI’s clientele in Europe.
Traditionally, Polish tourists in Kos are expected to reach 35,000 from 17,000 this year.
TUI works with 300 suppliers of tourist services across the Dodecanese, Central and Northern Greece, of which 80% are located in the Dodecanese.