Holidaymakers continue to leave in droves from Piraeus port, ahead of Aug. 15 holiday

Holidaymakers continue to leave in droves from Piraeus port, ahead of Aug. 15 holiday

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Last-chance summer holidaymakers continued to leave in droves for the Greek islands on Sunday, ahead of the Dormition of the Virgin Mary national holiday on Tuesday. CE Report quoting Athens-Macedonian

Traffic to the ports of Attica increased over the weekend, while capacity on ships nearly reached 100%.

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