Most "Interesting Places" in Greece and Worldwide, According to Wikipedia Articles

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In its new study, adventure travel organization Explore Worldwide unveiled the most "interesting places" in Greece and around the world, based on the number of times they are mentioned as primary locations in over 1.2 million Wikipedia articles.

The study highlighted some of the Greek locations with the highest number of tags in Wikipedia articles, and the results may surprise you.

Here is the list of the top ten most tagged points of interest within Greek territory and their corresponding scores:

  1. Athens – 392
  2. Megalopolis – 136
  3. Tsotyli– 93
  4. Grevena – 91
  5. Agios Pavlos -Saint Paul – 88
  6. Gythio – 74
  7. Karies – 62
  8. Patras – 62
  9. Kalavryta – 62
  10. Thessaloniki – 59
Megalopolis, Peloponnese, May 2006

Alongside these fascinating Greek destinations, the study by Explore Worldwide also revealed the most interesting places worldwide, with New York and London securing the top positions. This research challenges common perceptions and sheds light on hidden gems that may not be on every traveler's radar.

Ben Ittensohn, Regional Director at Explore Worldwide, expressed his enthusiasm for Greece, stating that it is one of the most fascinating places in Europe. The study aims to inspire cultural exploration, offering travelers a plethora of interesting landmarks, museums, historical sites, and beautiful natural locations to discover, including the surprising locations highlighted in the survey results.

Whether you're planning a trip to Greece or looking for exciting destinations around the globe, this study provides valuable insights into the lesser-known yet intriguing places that deserve your attention. Prepare to be surprised and inspired as you embark on your next adventure!

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