Greek crisis intensifies: Tourists begin to worry

Tourists are starting to worry about Greece’s economic crisis—a sign that the country’s tourism industry, which accounts for nearly 20 percent of GDP, could experience a slowdown if the financial situation worsens. But visitors shouldn’t necessarily cancel their plans, according to travel experts. “A lot of people are very nervous,” said Pauline Frommer, editorial director of Frommer’s and co-host of “The Travel Show,” a national radio show. “The currency issue is a real one.” Multiple travel companies said that a wave of people calling with concerns about traveling to Greece…

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