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Greece is one of Europe's most popular destinations, with the fabulous Greek islands and so many of the towns on the Greek mainland bordering the sea it's attraction is very understandable, particularly when you combine this with the possibility of visits to the historic remains of their ancient civilisation.
It is said, the Greeks may well have invented meetings. Today their creativity for combining the ancient with modern provides a vast assortment of hotels and centres for meetings.
Athens can provide a setting that is solely Greek. A visit to the Parthemon, dinner in a Kifissua tavern, a multitude of historic sites exist, some of which can be used for meetings and receptions. Hotels and meeting centres in Athens cater to the needs of meeting and conference planners.
The islands of Corfu, Crete and Rhodes each have individual attractions of their own. Corfu has important archaeological sites, but it is mainly visited for sea, sun and recreation. The Corfu Hilton is highly recommended for groups as it has the appropriate meeting space.
The Island of Crete, Zorba's Island, is long and high. The Crete hotel development is expanding rapidly to keep pace with the demand for more and better meeting facilities.
Europe's largest lived in medieval city is Rhodes, capital of the island of the same name. For conferences outside Athens, Rhodes is a favourite location for meetings planners, as the hotels are situated close together, some of which have been purpose built for the meetings industry, with many hillside tourist spots to visit.
Greece, ancient birthplace of the Olympic Games is a superb modern meeting place, which offers infinite opportunities for the meeting planner.


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