A site on the
To back up their claims, authors show that GoGreece.com received the following awards and recognition: AOL's Editor choice for Greece; CNN's top choice site for Greece; Net-Guide's "Best of the Web;" and Microsoft EXPEDIA…
A site on the
To back up their claims, authors show that GoGreece.com received the following awards and recognition: AOL’s Editor choice for Greece; CNN’s top choice site for Greece; Net-Guide’s “Best of the Web;” and Microsoft EXPEDIA’s – best reference for Greece.
The site’s travel section features: 360 Virtual Reality pictures of Greek cities and islands, ferry schedules, museum hours, music and drama festivals, thousands of hotels and campsites and much more. Authors say users can customize travel plans, get information on out of the way islands, and contact hotels, local car rental or yacht brokers. Users can also choose and arrange a tee off time at one of the country’s golf courses.
The virtual reality available on the site enables a user to create and interact with worlds, experience people and places and things in ways that may not be physically or economically possible. The user sees three-dimensional scenes. He can not touch them, but he can determine proximity, size, depth and distance.
Thanks to a joint venture with www.Augenblick.de in Germany, Greece is now brought into your living room, say authors of the site: “Take a virtual stroll around the Acropolis in Athens or view the beaches, hotels and cafes on Santorini and Mykonos, only you can determine where you would like to go today when you visit www.GoGreece.com/travel/360.”
GoGreece is currently launching a 360 Virtual Reality Hotel Guide. Hotel owners interested in promoting their product in virtual reality style can contact Torsten Kunert, Interactive Marketing Director for GoGreece.com.
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