As Europe cautiously emerges from its confinement, Greece is preparing to reopen to the public one of its flagship tourist sites: the inevitable Acropolis of Athens. All the archaeological sites will do the same. The museums will only reopen in June. Although Greece has been less affected by the COVID-19 epidemic than its European neighbours, it has so far recorded 2,632 cases and has also confined itself at the end of March to limit contamination. With this reopening, the country hopes to begin a return of activity in the country. The authorities ideally wish to be able to launch the summer season at the beginning of July, but for the time being, we still have to deal with a few unknowns on the issue of international travel this summer. More information on the Écho Touristique website