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FollowSunday – digaPictures: Χρυσό βραβείο για την εκστρατεία προβολής της Ερεσού

Οι εταιρείες FollowSunday και digaPictures διακρίθηκαν στα Tourism Awards 2022 με το χρυσό βραβείο για την καμπάνια προβολής της Ερεσού.

Diversity Takes Center Stage at ITB Berlin 2018 Gay and Lesbian Pavilion

Diversity will come into the spotlight during the 52nd ITB to take place in Berlin on March 7-11, featuring the world’s largest display of LGBT travel products and services.

‘Gifts from Greece’ Initiative at ITB to Woo LGBT Travelers

A new project named "Gifts from Greece" has kicked off and involves a series of international promotional activities to draw in the LGBT crowd to Greece.

Top Spots in Greece for Gay Travelers in 2017

Greece is growing into a favourite destination for gay travelers with all the more regions offering the best of accommodation, beaches and nightlife.

IGLTA, European Travel Commission Join Forces to Boost LGBT Tourism in Europe

The International Gay & Lesbian Travel Association (IGLTA) has announced its organizational partnership with the European Travel Commission (ETC) in an aim to strengthen LGBT tourism in Europe.

LGBT Survey: What Tourism Businesses Need to Know to Target the $202B Gay Travel Market

New research shows, for the first time, weaknesses - and opportunities - confronting the travel industry as it tries to better understand and target the important LGBT travel market.

Destsetters Photo Project Captures Rainbow Rome by Lens

As part of its ongoing strategy to reach out to niche travel markets, Destsetters teamed up with acclaimed photographer Christos Drazos to promote Rome as a dynamic gay & lesbian travel market, while at the same time focusing on luxury, gastronomy and wellness offerings.
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Athens Tourism Could Benefit From Niche Markets

Over 100 Greek tourism professionals in Athens gained insight last week on the growing markets of youth/student travel and gay travel and how they could attract more visitors from these niche markets to the Greek capital.