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Greece’s Outdoor Activities Revealed Through New Campaign

Marketing Greece has launched a new campaign promoting outdoor activities in Greece, aiming to support Greek tourism and meet the challenges of the new era.

Best of Aegean Islands’ Gastronomy Unveiled in New Video

A new video focusing on the rich gastronomy of the South Aegean islands was recently released to promote the Region as a top culinary tourism destination.

Greek Image and Video Bank ‘AeroViewer’ Updates Online Presence

AeroViewer, a Greek online bank of aerial photos and videos, has launched a new version of its platform which includes material from Mediterranean countries.

Athens’ Radisson Blu Park Hotel Hosts High-tech Sound & Vision Show

Athens’ Radisson Blu Park Hotel will host the high-end tech “Hxos Eikona Show 2018”, featuring all the latest in high-tech audio, video and mobile devices.

The ‘Birth’ of Santorini, Greece, from 4 Volcanoes – Video

A very impressive video that reveals exactly how Santorini, one of Greece's most popular island destinations, was formed, has hit the Internet.

Willem Dafoe Narrates The History Of The Benaki Museum In Greece (Video)

The Benaki Museum - An enlightening short film by Athena Rachel Tsangari and narrated by American actor Willem Dafoe about Antonis Benakis. A man who dedicated his life to the safeguarding of Greece's heritage.

Greek Tourism: An Eternal Journey – Video

The Greek National Tourism Organization (GNTO) has launched a four-minute video with images from all over Greece and takes us on a journey through the country's oldest industry: Tourism - an industry of dreams.

Just Released: Mythical Peloponnese In London, UK – Video

The Peloponnese in southern Greece was promoted in London last month in a five-day exhibition hosted at the National Geographic store in Knightsbridge, London, UK. A video of the event was just released!
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Mykonos Showcases Emerging Art Talent

Kivotos Hotel on Mykonos launches the second of a series of in-house art exhibitions on 27 July, proving there’s much more to the Cycladic isle than fabulous beaches and nightlife.