Greek National Tourism Organisation Reopens Its office in Madrid

ATHENS – The Greek National Tourism Organisation (GNTO) is enhancing Greece’s presence abroad with the re-opening of its office in Spain, which had suspended its operation for almost a decade. The GNTO office in Madrid started operating in recent weeks and is housed, for the time being, within the Greek Embassy.

Among its responsibilities will be the South American market, which is extremely important and with many developmental prospects for Greek tourism. All the available data show that there is interest from Latin American countries to travel to Europe and especially to Greece.

“We are again running the GNTO office in Spain with our eyes fixed mostly on the Latin American market. It is an initiative in the context of our planning to explore the possibility of οpening new markets for our country,” underlined GNTO Secretary General Dimitris Fragakis.


Coming off a record tourism year in 2023, Greece is poised for another with more airlines adding direct flights and named Best Tourist Destination in the world for 2024 at the Grand Travel Awards (GTA) in Sweden.

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