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Campaign Invites the Greeks to Discover… Greece!

Aiming to boost domestic travel, Marketing Greece, a private non-profit marketing company for Greek tourism, recently presented a new campaign page to introduce popular and lesser-known destinations in the country to Greek travelers.

Developed with the support of Eurobank, a strategic partner of Marketing Greece and the Greek Tourism Confederation (SETE), the campaign looks to promote Greek destinations and experiences that domestic travelers can enjoy in Greece.

“Through this new campaign page we wish to attract the interest of the Greek audience and inspire them visit Greek destinations while staying safe,” said Ioanna Dretta, CEO of Marketing Greece.

The campaign page is currently available on the Marketing Greece’s travel platform Discovergreeece.com. Its content is inspired by storytelling, original photo and video material. It guides visitors through authentic Greece, shares special experiences, highlights the country’s gastronomic identity, and offers tips and ideas for a summer full of emotions and invaluable moments of joy and relaxation.

According to Eurobank Deputy CEO Konstantinos Vasiliou, domestic travel can support Greek tourism, especially this summer.

“Eurobank remains by the side of those who contribute to the development of Greek tourism, and supports the sector’s companies in their efforts to cope with these extraordinary conditions,” he said.

Some of the articles shared through the new campaign page include:

• The wine routes of Crete start from Heraklion,
• Discovering Rhodes bite by bite!
• Explore the hiking trails of Olympus,
• Exploring the atmospheric old town of Corfu,
• Cyclades: From the vision of Milos to the neighboring diamond islands,
• The trekking tour of Chania in 8 days!
• A 10-day trip to the Peloponnese full of surprises,
• Discover Skiathos in just 6 days!

See the campaign here.

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