Posted by IGN Staff on January 17, 2018 07:59:10 The Greek government has announced a new travel ban for all tourists on the islands of Crete and the island of Lesbos, which are home to a number of popular holiday destinations.
The new rules apply to all tourist destinations, including restaurants, hotels, and tourist facilities, including resorts.
These restrictions are in place for five days, meaning the only way to travel to Lesbos is by boat.
Traveling to Crete will be banned from January 20th until January 22nd.
The restrictions also apply to flights from Crete to Athens and to the mainland.
This is a drastic change to the situation that has been plaguing Greek travelers for years.
In addition to the ban, the Greek government is also banning any kind of public displays of Greek flags, statues, and national symbols, including the flag of the Republic of Greece.
All tourists will also be barred from entering Greece’s major cities such as Athens, Athens-Clarkeport, and Thessaloniki, as well as the rest of the Greek mainland.
Travelers will have to check in at hotels on the mainland to avoid any hassle.
This is a big change from last year, when Greek authorities made the decision to make the country’s borders safer.
Since last summer, Greek officials have been issuing an unprecedented number of visa restrictions, with an increase in visa applications.
Travel to the island country has also become a popular way to explore the Greek capital.
In a press release, the government said the new restrictions are to prevent terrorist attacks on the country.
Greek police said the measures were implemented in order to prevent “terrorists from entering the country.”
The ban will also apply for flights from Greece to Greece and to other European Union nations.
Greece has faced many threats during the course of its civil war.
According to the International Organization for Migration, some 3,000 people have died in Greece since the war broke out in 2012.
Greece is currently one of the world’s largest economies, but its unemployment rate is over 10%.