Friday has been a pretty busy news day where the tourism sector is concerned. Here’s a brief rundown of the news and events from Greece.
Greek officials are planning additional interventions for sectors including tourism, Finance Minister Christos Staikouras said earlier today.
The Greek National Tourism Organization (GNTO) was in Scandinavia recently showing off alternative forms of tourism the country has to offer.
The Greek National Tourism Organisation (GNTO) in Scandinavia has organized an event in Stockholm promoting alternative tourism products.
Greece’s Ministry of Tourism is stepping up efforts to diversify the tourist product of the country by drafting a new agrotourism plan aimed at channeling revenues into local communities.
TUI announces Greece is the company’s top destination now. Meanwhile, Greece plans to boost tourists in midst of COVID resurgence.
The Greek National Tourism Organization (GNTO) and ECTAA have agreed to make Greece the Preferred Destination.
The Greek National Tourism Organization (GNTO) has launched a “first-ever” strategic partnership with Bloomberg.
At the start of the week, Greece unveiled a new national campaign for tourism dubbed “Greece. More than a destination.”
Greece’s tourism ministry released a new campaign “A Greek Summer State of Mind”, which is all the more necessary because of COVID-19.
The Greek Tourism Ministry, in cooperation with Google, has launched the greecefromhome.com (#greecefromhome) site.
This public service announcement is from the Greek National Tourism Organization (GNTO) and Visit Greece for CVOID-19 related information.
The GNTO has announced its support to three major water sports competitions to take place in the summer of 2020.
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