19 Dec 2018 5 reasons why winter is the best season for corporate meetings in Greece
Weather is getting cooler and our gaze turns to the mountains with the stone-built villages that hide spacious, private cozy venues, perfect for corporate meetings close to nature far from ordinary. Here are 5 reasons why winter is the best seasons to hold your corporate meetings in Greece:
- Very tempting prices of tickets and 5-star hotels
- During Christmas period Greece is not that crowded as in summer
- Although Greek islands show off their wild beauty, the mainland during winter is magical
- Temperature is still as high as 18-20 degrees Celsius in the southern parts of Greece
- The traditional Christmas delicacies are de-li-cious
Athens, the city of legends, combines luxury hotels with traditional restaurants and multiple ideas for parties and gala dinners. The capital of Greece is a destination for all seasons, is beautiful even under the grey sky when the marbles shine brighter.
Fun fact: Did you know that Greece is the most mountainous country in Europe with more than 10 Ski resorts!
Ioannina, a city with a character. According to a BBC’s article there is no such thing as pristine nature anymore, obviously they haven’t been in Ioannina. The city that spreads around the beautiful lake Pamvotida, with its small islet, has all the facilities to host a corporate meeting for either small or big groups. Ioannina, is ideal for outdoor activities anytime of the year, such as horse riding, rafting etc.
Meteora, a rock formation, hosting one of the largest built complexes of Eastern Orthodox monasteries, and is included on the UNESCO World Heritage List. When it comes to corporate meetings, the area has nothing to be jealous of Athens or other bigger cities. It’s a place with a variety of outdoor and relaxing activities after a day full of meetings and seminars.
Insider tip: Go for the ultimate sunset view from the most panoramic spots of the area, you won’t regret it even if it’s a bit cold!
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