The 4 Greek islands that the Italian National Geographic proposes for holidays

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With an exclusive tribute in print and online, National Geographic Traveler-Italia, in its latest edition, presents in a particularly brilliant way each of the four selected Cycladic islands in a way that could be a separate travel guide.

“This is one of the most important impressions of the tourist product of the destinations to a selected audience of the prestigious magazine that is read by Italian-speakers around the world,” said a statement from MTC GROUP, which organized the tribute.

The 4 Greek islands that the Italian National Geographic proposes for holidaysTinos

A statement from the Tourism Advisors Company said, “Today is a very important day for the post-pandemic public, and we are delighted to be working with them.” in the Cyclades. ”

In the first part of the presentation, the editor of the magazine states, among other things: “We chose to visit four islands on this trip to the Cyclades. Serifos, Milos, Syros and Tinos, to give you a special taste of different islands with each other even though they belong to the same island complex, and which have specific characteristics, not so well known to foreign visitors – and maybe not even to the Greeks. Each of the four is a destination in itself. You can visit only one and enjoy your vacation exclusively there – in summer, autumn, Easter, or any season – or combine them to feel first hand the difference and the special images and experiences that can they offer you.

The 4 Greek islands that the Italian National Geographic proposes for holidaysSerifos

Especially in the Cyclades, where the distances between the islands are short, traveling from one island to another is not just an option, it is imperative! I asked many people on my trip why the visitor should go to the Cyclades. And finally, I asked myself. And the answer came effortlessly. So that you can always have summer in your heart in winter “.

The 4 Greek islands that the Italian National Geographic proposes for holidaysSyros

Source: RES-EIA

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