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GNTO and AEGEAN Join Forces for Greece’s Tourist Promotion

ATHENS – For the 5th consecutive year, the Greek National Tourism Organisation (GNTO) and AEGEAN are joining forces for promoting Greece’s tourism product abroad, with a new and fresh advertising campaign that highlights Greece as an ideal all-year-round destination.

Investing in the exceptional climate of Greece, in the diversity of its landscape and, mainly, in the different experiences that visitors can enjoy, depending on their preferences, GNTO and AEGEAN created an attractive campaign that directly targets travellers’ emotions.

Greece is a country with many people that offers different types of holidays and does not leave any traveller unmoved. Our Greece can be the Happy Place of every traveller! The aim of the campaign is to highlight the unique images of the country and to extend the tourist season by attracting visitors to all areas and in all seasons.

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