George Patoulis: “We invest in the extroversion of Attica and we aim to make it a destination that meets the highest standards, through cross-border partnerships.”
The promotion and valorization of the comparative advantages of Attica abroad to make it an attractive destination for tourists from all over the world, was at the heart of the meeting held between the Regional Governor of Attica, Mr George Patoulis and representatives of Korean travel agencies.
The delegation was accompanied by the President of AHEPA HJ25 Saint Andrew — Achaia, Mr Dimitrios Moutousis, whilst the Executive Regional Councillor for Tourism, Mr Theodoros Koutsogiannopoulos also attended the meeting that was held at the offices of the Region of Attica.
The award-winning video of the Region, in which Attica is highlighted as a one-of-a-kind destination was also screened during the meeting.
Mr Moutousis thanked the Regional Governor of Attica for his support and the willingness to cooperate, pointing out that this effort should deliver visible and quantifiable results.
After welcoming the Korean delegation and thanking them for their presence in Greece, Mr George Patoulis underlined that the administration of the Region of Attica is implementing targeted actions in order to highlight the tourist product of Attica and therefore make it an all-year-round destination.
Special emphasis was placed on the effort to promote the culinary wealth of Attica, the unique Mediterranean products, such as oil and wine, being famous around the world, the islands of Attica, being distinguished for their unique landscapes, but also Health Tourism, as Attica could become an ideal health and longevity destination.
“Attica does not lag behind other popular destinations worldwide. In the post-COVID-19 era Attica is present with its high quality tourist product. For our part, we will continue to invest in the extroversion of Attica and we aim to make it a destination that meets the highest standards, through cross-border partnerships.”