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Varia lecto started in July 2009, in the field of publication, marketing & promotion, and distribution of foreign language learning books in Greece and Cyprus.

Our goal is to support the foreign language teaching process through the promotion and distribution of high quality educational material to teachers and students in the local market.
Our vision is to actively contribute to improving the educational and cultural experience through the expansion of foreign language learning to a wide range of the Greek society by providing differentiated products and services with emphasis on new technologies and innovation. We aim to offer our customers specialised and affordable options in cooperation with some of the biggest European publishing houses. It was our vision that lead us to name the company varia lecto, a Latin expression meaning diversified reading.

Today, Varia lecto distributes in Greece and Cyprus, the English publishing houses, Macmillan Education, Cengage Learning, Pearson, Cambridge and Oxford and the French publisher Trait d’union. Varia lecto also exclusively represents the Spanish publisher, Edelsa, and the Italian publishing house, Guerra Edizioni in Greece and Cyprus. We aspire to develop our network of associates in the foreign languages learning books market and to promote a more direct and efficient way of book distribution.

We hope that our site offers useful information and privileges to those interested in teaching or learning English, Spanish or Italian.

We remain at your disposal for any questions, clarifications or comments.

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50 Omirou STR, 10672 Athens, Greece, Tel.: +30 210 32 34 380, Fax: +30 210 32 34 385, info@varialecto.gr
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