Pullman Bucharest hosted the 1st edition of the Greek Festival, between June 12th-18th. The festival highlighted the Peloponnese gastronomy, culture and traditions, within a full week of events with food specialties, local drinks, dancers and traditional music.

Official guests who joined the Greek Festival were His Excellency, Mr. Vassilis Papadopoulos, the Ambassador of the Hellenic Republic in Romania, Konstantina Nikolakou, Deputy Head of the Region of Peloponnese, and Ioannis Markos, Minister Plenipotentiary for Economic and Commercial Affairs. The festival comprised a tourism seminar and gastronomic show, dedicated to the Peloponnese region, as well as wine and cheese tasting with local authentic products from the peninsula. During the whole week, the restaurants within Pullman Hotel offered special Greek-Peloponnese menus, designed by Executive Chef Giannopoulos Vasileios, with local ingredients from the Peloponnese peninsula.

“Peloponnisos is an extremely beautiful and worth visiting region of Greece which has not been greatly explored by Romanian tourists. This week is a great opportunity to introduce to the Romanian public the beauties and delicacies of Peloponnisos.” stated His Excellency, Mr. Vassilis Papadopoulos, the Ambassador of the Hellenic Republic in Romania.

 

 

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