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Travvy Awards 2021: Greece a Big Winner at the “Tourism Oscars”

November 17, 2021

MIAMI BEACH, FL – Greece won three golds and a silver at the Travvy Awards, celebrating their seventh year as the “Oscars” of the tourism industry. The award ceremony was held in person with a gala in Miami Beach on November 11, where the industry’s leading travel suppliers, destinations and travel agencies were recognized for their outstanding efforts over the course of a year that was impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. Over 90,000 votes were cast by professionals in the travel industry to determine the winners.

Greece won gold in three categories, Best Destination – Mediterranean, Best Cruise Destination International, and Best Luxury Destination International.

Greece won three golds and a silver at the Travvy Awards, celebrating their seventh year as the “Oscars” of the tourism industry. Photo: Greek National Tourism Organization

Greece also picked up the silver in the Expedition/ Adventure Destination International category.

Konstantinos Charokopos, the head of the Greek National Tourism Organization in the U.S., accepted the awards at the ceremony.

The Travvy Awards were held in person with a gala in Miami Beach on November 11 with Greece as one of the sponsors. Photo: Greek National Tourism Organization
The Travvy Awards celebrated their seventh year as the “Oscars” of the tourism industry. Photo: Greek National Tourism Organization

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