Greece Tops the List in Four Categories of the Travvy Awards 2022

November 8, 2022

ATHENS – Greece and the Greek National Tourism Organisation (GNTO) took the first place (Gold) in three categories of the 8th Travvy Awards 2022, one of the most highly regarded institutions of the US tourism industry.

Specifically, Greece was first in the categories:

-Best Destination in Europe

-Best Destination Mediterranean

-Best Cruise Destination – Europe

Additionally, GNTO was declared second best (Silver) Tourism Board in Europe.

The awards ceremony this year was held on November 3 at the Hilton Fort Lauderdale Marina of Florida, while the Greek awards were received by the head of the GNTO office in USA and Canada Constantinos Harokopos.

The Travvy Awards are organised by the website TravelPulse.com and the magazine AGENTatHOME of Northstar Travel Group, with the winners presented on their website and their magazine, respectively.


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