Tourists could holiday in Greece without restrictions from June 1, according to the Greek government.
Last week, the country announced plans to reopen its tourism sector in three stages, which could see travel from the start of next month, should no further problems arise, EIN News reports.
Greece’s Interior Ministry said the country would adopt a three-stage process to open up travel between mainland Greece and its islands.
The first stage began on Monday (May 11), with owners of tourist businesses on the islands now able to return to prepare for the influx of tourists.
From May 18, permission will be given to all tourism workers to travel to the island.
And if all goes well, there will be no restrictions on travel both to and from mainland Greece and the islands from June 1.
Source: Travel Info