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Andreas Fatouros

Co-founder, CEO

Posts by Andreas Fatouros

The 15 Cultural Routes of Ionia Odos

From Nafpaktos to Tzoumerka  At the end of 2017, a few months after the “Ionia Odos” motorway was opened to traffic by the company Nea Odos, the latter assigned to us the research and creation of 15 cultural routes for the cities from which the motorway passes through. The Ionia Motorway connects Antirio with Ioannina and is 196 km long. Our first acquaintance with Nea […]

The First Digital Tour About Athens’ Homeless

Today, as usual, I grabbed the street paper “Shedia”. As I was going down the stairs of the metro, I skipped through the pages with longing to read the tribute to the Invisible Routes. My first contact with the Invisible Routes was in 2016 when I read about them in a magazine brochure. This was […]

Thermal Water 88 y.o. from the Acropolis Foothills

A glass bottle containing thermal water, amongst other things, was carried by Captain P. Johnston-Saint from Athens to give to collector Henry Wellcome. The water was gathered from the ancient well of the temple of Asklepios, at the foot of the Acropolis. The well is of round shape and had a roof that was supported […]

Find the Athens Tour that Suits you Best!

The city I love, Athens, offers numerous & diverse experiences & even the most demanding traveler can find his way to enjoy the city! But who can easily make up his or her mind when presented with so many choices? Not me! Having said that, I designed a game to make the search more fun & to help you […]

Delphi: Stuck in Line with Pythia

Have you ever explored Delphi? If not, then you definitely should! There are many fascinating stories for this magnificent archeological site that numbers thousands of years. Here’s a fiction story that came to my mind after taking the “Delphi, the Google of the ancient world” tour.   “On the 7th of every month, except the […]