Greece is looking to allow British tourists and expats to continue visit and stay in the country without a visa even if there is a no deal Brexit. The Greek government aims to allow Britons to enter the country without a visa after the UK exits the European Union.
“A no-deal Brexit would mean that the UK will sign bilateral agreements with EU member states and the rules will be set according to reciprocity,” diplomatic sources told KTG. Of course, this is just in case that “there will be no central exit deal with Brussels,” the sources added.
Visitors from the U.K. are the second biggest source of tourism income, Greece’s most important industry. A sudden disruption in the flow of some 3 million Britons who visit Greek islands every year could be a shock to a sector that accounts for about a sixth of Greece’s annual economic output.