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Global Greeter Network in 5 points

  • What

    Global Greeter Network is a worldwide non profit organisation of Greeters’ destinations

  • Where

    Destinations around the world offer personal, private walks with locals through cities for visitors

  • How

    Every single GGN Destination offers its city walks totally for free

  • Who

    Local volunteers offer the walks for single tourists and small groups up to six people

  • Why

    Greeters want to be a friendly face for those visiting a city/destination

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The Global Greeter Network shared Vienna Greeters's photo. ... See MoreSee Less

Wir suchen dich! Werde Vienna Greeter! Vienna Greeters sind nette Menschen, die ihre Stadt kennen und sie gerne mit anderen teilen. Da wir so erfolgreich sind und so viele Anfragen aus der ganzen Welt bekommen, brauchen wir dringend neue Greeter. Machst du mit? Frag deine Freundinnen und Freunde, ob sie mitmachen wollen. Jetzt anmelden: www.viennagreeters.com/werde-greeter

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The Global Greeter Network shared Sydney Greeters's post. ... See MoreSee Less

On Easter Sunday, a stunning April autumn day, Greeter Nick met Yousef from Saudi Arabia on his first visit to Australia. They started with a ferry trip from Circular Quay to Milsons Point, wandered through Luna Park, then walked back to the city over the harbour bridge. Yousef really enjoyed listening to Nick’s stories from Sydney’s early history as they walked. Yousef has an interest in modern art so they paid a quick visit to the Museum of Contemporary Art. The Australian Heritage Hotel was the perfect place to stop for lunch where Yousef enjoyed a Coat of Arms pizza – with kangaroo and emu! #ilovesydney #sydneylocals #sydneygreeters

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The Global Greeter Network shared France Greeters's photo. ... See MoreSee Less

Les Greeters sont dans The Guardian ! [Article en anglais] "Ils sont nos voisins les plus proches et les experts en vacances dans leur propre pays,... pourquoi ne pas faire des choses comme les français et économiser de l'argent en même temps ?" buff.ly/2oI4LTT

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