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January 11 & 13 were two special days for Clio Muse Tours, as we had the chance and delight to complimentary host the “Drawing as Seeing” art program and participants in our headquarters. We love it when we have the opportunity to support Siena’s Art Institute programs and actions as we head in the same […]
Once upon a time (about a month ago, actually), we decided to meet and create some stories together as a team. Hint: there was house beer, playing, drawing, tying up (!), and a birthday cake. How does all this come together? On the occasion of our 8th birthday candle, and as we miss each other’s […]
Nafplion is among the most popular tourist destinations in mainland Greece. Many Greek cities experienced a rapid period of growth in the 1950s and 1960s that destroyed older neoclassical residences and their replacement with unsightly apartment buildings. By a fortunate twist of fate (or perhaps a series of proactive decisions by the authorities and the […]
Cairo is the largest city in the Arab world. More than twenty million people call it home, making it the sixth most populous city in the world. The Giza pyramid complex and the ancient Egyptian sites of Memphis (the capital of ancient Egypt during the Old Kingdom) and Heliopolis (one of the oldest cities of […]
Greece is the foyer of myths, tragedies, and legendary kings that transformed their kingdom into a wealthy and eternal land commemorated until our days. Mycenae is proof of a rich and powerful city-state that gave its name to an entire civilization that never stops revealing its secrets to us! Clio Muse created a fascinating audio […]
A bit short of two millennia before Christ, Pharaoh Senwosret I (1971-1926 BCE) erected a shrine on the Nile’s East bank at Thebes in honor of the Hermopolitan creator god Amun. In Thebes, mysterious Amun, whose name meant The Hidden One, merged with the Sun God Re, eventually ending as Amun-Re, replacing Thebes’ old patron […]
How does someone go about getting a feel about an unfamiliar city? Especially one as historical and multifaceted as Alexandria? Most western visitors may receive their first introduction to the charms of this metropolis through the incomparable poetry of Constantine Cavafy or the evocative novels of Lawrence Durrell. However, for those able to access Arabic […]
Would you like to feel that you are at the world’s edge, surrounded only by the sea and the sauvage landscape? In that case, Gramvousa is the right place for you. The islet is located on the northwestern part of the island, especially northwest of Kissamos, in the Gramvousa Peninsula. Two islands, one name: Actually, two […]
Thessaloniki is a city with a long history stretching back almost 2400 years. It has been a colorful mosaic of people, cultures, and beliefs throughout the ages and is still expanding, adding tiles day by day and hour by hour. It’s s a great challenge to explore, discover and learn the entirety of the city’s […]
A few days ago, Clio Muse Tours, in collaboration with KMOP, presented the toolkit of the GRACE program in a vivid webinar with participants from the arts and culture sector who were interested in learning more about the program and its tools.  Christina Ntaltagianni (Head of Content) from Clio Muse Tours and Eirianna Dragona (Education […]
After an exciting, filled with constructive, inspiring meetings week at Arival Las Vegas (more coming soon!), we pack again and head to two of our favorite work and leisure destinations in Europe.  From Wednesday, November 2, to Friday, November 4, you will find Daphne Tsevreni (co-founder and CRO) with Yiannis Nikolopoulos (co-founder and CEO) at […]
The luckiest number in Chinese culture, the “little holy number” in Pythagorean numerology, the infinity symbol rotated, and the number of candles in our birthday cake!  This October, we turn 8, and we want to celebrate it with you!  Wish us a happy 8th, and get all our audio tours 50% off from today till […]
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