Promoting Greek tourism and culture in the heart of New York

The lights of Greek tourism, culture and gastronomy will flash in Manhattan this May thanks to the highly-anticipated first exhibition ‘Greek Panorama’.

Organised by Hellas North American Events Inc. in collaboration with North Events and Emirates, the exhibition will be held in the iconic Grand Central Terminal Station, which is one of the most important historic buildings in the city centre. The exhibition will take place at the Vanderbilt Hall of the Grand Central Terminal (42nd Street and Vanderbilt Avenue junction) and will include presentations for each tourist destination in Greece focusing on luxury tourism, Greek gastronomy, real estate, shopping as well as yachting and cruises, among other topics.

It’s the first time such a dynamic and integrated organised promotion and advertisement action for Greece has taken place in this area; a spot more than 750,000 residents, workers and foreign visitors of New York pass through daily.

With three American companies flying directly to Athens, the event steps forward to bring Greece closer to the American traveller − an audience that has doubled its visits to Greece in recent years.

The opening of the exhibition is scheduled for Thursday 11 May, 2017 and will be dedicated exclusively to professionals from the US and the Greek market with b2b meetings at a central hotel in New York.

The aim is to cultivate professional relationships and networking channels on both sides. In the evening, professionals and exhibitors will have the opportunity to attend the official ‘Greek Panorama’ dinner with guest representatives from the Greek and American tourism markets, joined by numerous journalists and participants.

On Friday 12 May and Saturday 13 May the exhibition will be open to the public for free.

For more information regarding the exhibition and its exposure packages visit
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Due to the interest already expressed, the participation requests will be processed in priority order.