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Blog - Athens

10 Things to Know About the National Archaeological Museum

With the Parthenon and the Acropolis Museums stealing the glory, many museums in Athens are often overlooked by travelers. Just to be fair though, the Greek capital has an abundance of sites and museums that is impossible not to leave some out of your itinerary. To save you some time we gathered the 10 things […]

A Day in Athens Like a Tourist with Acropolis Self-Guided Audio Tour

‘’What about experiencing your city as a traveler?’’ and I swear, before that question, I have never thought that I could see Athens as a tourist. Let alone, that an app with a self-guided audio tour would make me feel that way. And why is that? Because I live in Athens and work there. So, […]

Sometimes it is Greek to me too

Reading ‘Greek to me. Adventures of the Comma Queen’ by Mary Norris Mary Norris has been a hero of mine for some time now. After decades of working as a copy editor for The New Yorker, she became known to the public as the Comma Queen through her video series on language and all its […]

30% discount: 10 tours you should buy now!

Having guided 28.000 travelers during 2019, we decided to begin 2020 on the most positive note possible, giving to all of you a 30% discount on our tours, as a thank you for your support. Choosing just a couple of tours could be really difficult, especially when their content is so different and includes various […]

Acropolis Museum vs National Archaeological Museum of Athens

Both the Acropolis Museum and the National Archaeological Museum of Athens are pretty remarkable, well-known museums worldwide with important exhibits. However, which one will be the winner of this crash test? The Acropolis Museum Designed by the architect Bernard Tschumi with Michael Photiadis, the museum was completed in 2009 after many years of planning. It […]

10 Ways to Make the Most of Athens this Christmas

There is no other time of the year as eagerly and wholeheartedly embraced as Christmas. The year is crawling to its end and cities put on their merriest holiday outfit as the streets are shining with shimmering lights and beautiful displays of decorations. For those looking for a short break this year in Athens, we’ve […]

The Freakiest Halloween Events in Athens

Undoubtfully Halloween has become an excuse to cheer up and party in the heart of October! Even if in Greece, we more accustomed to dressing up for Carnival in the spring, Halloween is becoming an increasingly popular celebration in the latest years. These are the top Halloween events in Athens to attend this year. As […]

Why September is the Best Month to Visit Athens

Time is king and there’s a timing for everything in life, including our holidays. Most people prefer to take their leave during the summer dog days but the ones who know better will tell you that September is the new August and, perhaps, even better. Visit Athens in September and escape the tourist crowds while […]

Summer in Athens: A Top Ten List

When the weather gets balmy, Athens gears up for our favorite season. Greece enjoys a prodigiously long summer and, from April till October, its quirky and boisterous capital affably invites you to discover the local joie de vivre. Days go longer, sunsets are dramatic, tables spill out on the sidewalks and life is better enjoyed […]

5 Tips For Solo Travelers in Athens

Solo traveling is a worldwide trend that motivates many people to pack their belongings and escape their daily routine. It is a way to experience a new culture while being independent. These 5 tips for solo travelers in Athens will make your holidays unforgettable. Pack only the essentials Going to a foreign country sounds scary […]