Komm als Gast, geh als Freund!

GGN in 5 Punkten

  • Was

    Das GGN ist das Netzwerk der nonprofit Greeter Destinationen rund um die Welt.

  • Wo

    Rund um die Welt bieten wir persönliche, private Rundgänge mit Einheimischen durch ihre Städte an.

  • Wie

    Jede Destination bietet ihre Rundgänge absolut kostenlos an.

  • Wer

    Einheimische Freiwillige bieten die Rundgänge für Einzeltouristen oder kleine Gruppen bis zu 6 Personen an.

  • Warum

    Greeter sind das freundliche Gesicht für die Gäste ihrer Stadt.

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3 days ago

The Global Greeter Network

Greeter Lyn and her guest Christine from Buenos Aires had a brilliant day together. The weather was perfect for their long and companionable walk through The Rocks, up to Observatory Hill, along the water from Barangaroo to Darling Harbour. They stopped for a bucket of prawns and a glass (or 2) of wine for lunch before completing the full circle of the city from the Queen Victoria building down Macquarie Street to Circular Quay where Christine caught the ferry back to Manly. Another new friendship has been formed as a result of our Global Greeters initiative. #Sydneygreeters The Global Greeter Network ... See MoreSee Less

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3 days ago

The Global Greeter Network

Happy Birthday Brisbane Greeters!

These happy folk had three things to celebrate in Brisbane beautiful Roma St Parklands. February 14 marks the 7th anniversary of the inauguration of the Brisbane Greeters, the opening in 1936 of one of the popular tour precincts, the Walter Taylor Bridge at Indooroopilly and Valentine’s Day. Any one of these is a good excuse to socialize in a pleasantly cool setting and eat some delicious food. Rick was the talented artist, and the entertainment was laid by Parklands staff
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1 week ago

The Global Greeter Network

Our Greeter, Allan Davis, met Nancy (who is also a Greeter in Chicago) and husband & Don and wife, both couples from Chicago, USA.

From Circular Quay we caught the ferry to Watson’s Bay for a walk around the area and up to The Gap Walk and South Head.

Then caught the bus to Bondi Beach for a walk along the beach front before returning to Circular Quay.

Good weather for some terrific site seeing. #Sydneygreeter The Global Greeter Network
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