A Useful #Travel Update for Guests Visiting #Greece – #GreeceCrisis

We just wanted to pass along an update on the current financial situation in Greece from one of our spectacular partners, Canaves Oia,  located in the heart of this beautiful country.

With always you in mind and further to the latest developments concerning the negotiations within the European Union for the financial issues in Greece, we would like to take a moment and let you know a little bit more about the actual situation in the country.

The Government has announced that Greek banks and Stock Market will be closed on Monday, June 29, 2015 and for the rest of the week in measures announced by the country’s Systemic Stability Council.

In the meantime, all guests holding cards issued by non Greek banks will be able to withdraw money from the ATM’s normally and without any limit, in order to experience their holidays to the fullest and not be affected by the any event. The same will apply for credit and debit cards as well. Cardholders will be free to use their credit and debit cards up to their contracted credit limit without any restrictions. A daily withdrawal limit of 60€ will only apply for beneficiaries holding bank accounts in Greece.

Rest assured that Greece still remains a safe and friendly country to visit. Many Greek tourism businesses have already welcomed hundreds of thousands of guests and will continue to provide high-end services for their clients with the same passion and devotion. Airports, public transportation, police and port authorities, hospitals and foreign embassies are all operating normally and are at every guest’s disposal.

We are here for you to make sure that everything will be taken care of according to your needs and wishes.


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