Greece Top Island Destination for 2023 according to Chinese Travel Magazine Travel and Leisure

September 22, 2023

ATHENS – Greece was pronounced top island destination for 2023 at the awards ceremomy of the most popular Chinese travel magazine Travel and Leisure that was held on Thursday in Beijing.

According to the committee, Greece was selected based on China’s tourism industry’s data and the opinion of the magazines’ readers.

The Public Diplomacy Bureau received the award on behalf of the Greek Embassy to China at the awards ceremony, the first after the pandemic and the abolition of the restrictions in China.

The video is available on EU’s Representation to China [https://www.eeas.europa.eu/delegations/china/episode-6-%E2%80%93-visit-greece-top-choice-beach-vacation_en?s=166]


ATHENS – Celestyal, the award-winning, number one choice for cruise travelers to the Greek islands and beyond, is delighted to connect its customers to three new countries (Croatia, Montenegro and Italy) adding six new ports (Kefalonia, Katakolo, and Corfu in Greece; Dubrovnik in Croatia; Kotor in Montenegro; and Bari in Italy) for the 2024 and 2025 seasons.

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