Virtual Greek Panorama Focused on Green Tourism and Spas

ATHENS — The next event of the Virtual Greek Panorama, which is scheduled for April 22, will be dedicated to "green" tourism and wellness tourism with an emphasis on spas. The countries that will be paired will be Germany and Austria, which are known to love green tourism and spas, and for the first time, a pairing will be made outside Europe with the USA.

To date, there have been contacts, presentations, interventions, and lively discussions with over 150 tourism professionals from 10 countries in total who have participated in the three innovative hybrid events that the exhibition has already organised since January 2021, when it started its activities. Also, the Prefectures of Attica, the Municipality of Loutraki, Athens with This is Athens, Chios, Rethymno, and Samos have been promoted as honoured areas.

Those interested can watch all the events on the exhibition channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9QKX1pD_nPQ0SyEtnyJqLw which recently began operating but also on the platform at www.greekpanorama.com where each hybrid event will be broadcast live.


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