- 3 hours with a Ph.D. or MA-level guide
- Athens Archaeological Sites tickets (which includes the Acropolis and the Agora)
- Please Note: Our team will pre-purchase timed admission tickets on behalf of your party. However, due to enhanced COVID-19 safety precautions at this venue, there will be a mandatory security line which we must wait in together.
Theater Of The Gods
Parthenon for Kids
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Born in Thessaloniki, Greece, and raised in Toronto, Canada, Vivian has been very fortunate to explore and experience the multicultural and diverse backgrounds of North America, as well as the roots of her own culture from a very young age, through her constant travels and studying. As a result, she developed a passion for people, history and archaeology, which brought her back to Greece, where she fulfilled her dream to study History and Archaeology at Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, and participate in various remarkable excavations in Northern Greece. Also, she completed her graduate studies at the National School for Tourist Guides in Thessaloniki, and has been leading tours of all kinds (such as schools, religious, business and study groups, as well as small, specialized private groups) all over Greece, and especially Athens, her permanent residence and focus of her continuous studies. Sharing her knowledge and passion for this city with people from all over the world, is a great way to rediscover this ancient cultural capital in the 21st century.
Born in Greece and raised in Cyprus, Demetra has always been fascinated with the remains of the ancient past that marked the landscape in both her homelands. She studied History and Archaeology (BA) at the University of Cyprus and she holds an MA in Cultural Studies from Maastricht University, the Netherlands. During her studies she participated in various land and underwater archaeological excavations. She also spent a year at the University of Granada, Spain where she studied the Spanish language and culture. After receiving her MA she worked in field of Arts and Culture organizing exhibitions, tours and educational programs for adults and children. The past few years she has been based in Athens leading thematic guided tours for locals and visitors alike while participating in various artistic and cultural projects on a freelance basis. A good tour for Demetra balances between providing interesting historical content and insightful information about the way that a site is perceived and experienced today. When she is not working she enjoys walking and exploring the endless niches and alleys of Athens, watching movies at one of the city’s open air cinemas, reading poetry and literature and spending the evenings with good food and friends on Athenian rooftops. As a tour guide she is eager to highlight and reveal the stories, secrets and multiple layers of history that inhabit and shape the Greek landscape.
Alexandros holds a Bachelor’s degree in History and Archaeology from the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki and a Master’s degree in Museology and Cultural Management from the same university. He is an authorized Tourist Guide by the Greek Ministry of Tourism and he works as a museum educator in one of Greece’s most acclaimed museums, bringing with him his expertise in working both with children and grown-ups. As a traveler himself, he always tries to identify himself with the visitors and show them aspects of the city that he would like to view, if he was in their position. His main goal as a guide is to establish a connection with his group and to try to understand what they are interested in, instead of trying to get them interested in what he’d like to share with them. Guiding walks is not merely about providing information, but mostly about sharing with visitors his experience as a local.
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