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“Greece from Home”: Tourism Ministry launches platform for those who #StayHome

Greece’s Tourism Ministry has launched the platform “Greece from Home” to promote the country during the time around the world stat at home due to coronavirus pandemic.

The platform is a product developed through the cooperation of the National Greek Tourism Organization, Marketing Greece and Google.

The new platform give internet users the opportunity to discover the beauties of Greece, to virtually visit Greek cities and town and to keep in touch with the Greek culture – without leaving home.

“Greece stays home but doesn’t stay home,” Tourism Minister Haris Theoharis said during the presentation of the platform on Thursday.

The platform connects the visitors with Greece: music, mythology, cuisine, arts, crafts, fashion, sports and life-style.

“Renowned chefs sharing their talents and Greek sports stars telling you what’s inspiring them at the moment, as well as a selection of videos of destinations and experiences from around Greece. So don’t forget to tune in daily and stay connected with Greece,” the platform informs visitors.

Greece from Home main message

Stay safe, stay home: Watch. Visit. Learn.

It’s time to stay at home and hit the pause button. In these uncertain times, your health and the wellbeing of your loved ones is what matters most. But that doesn’t mean we have to stop connecting, being inspired and learning – maybe more now than ever before.

So this is where we share our love for Greece – connecting you with Greeks doing amazing things on our YouTube channel and letting you experience the best of Greece right now, on

And if you work in tourism or any other sector, as an individual or business, you can learn new digital skills through a series of free courses in partnership with Google.”

“Dreaming is half the holiday,” the Greece from Home notes.

The platform “Greece from Home” is available in Greek and English.

To visit the platform click  here.

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