Sign in


27 countries

Eirini studied History and Archaeology at the National & Kapodistrian University of Athens. After discovering her love for the History of Art and museums, she proceeded with her post-graduate studies in Museology and Cultural Management (Aristotle University of Thessaloniki), focusing her research on the social role of museums.

Afterward, she spent some years working in various museums and cultural institutions, mostly producing and organizing bigger and smaller-scale events, such as festivals, concerts, and workshops. As Content Coordinator at the Tour Creation Department of Clio Muse Tours, she manages the tour creation pipeline and communicates with current and potential external partners.

My blog posts

Italy is a land of rich history, breathtaking landscapes, and unparalleled cultural heritage. From the tranquil banks of the Arno River to the bustling streets of Milan, each destination offers a unique glimpse into Italy’s past and present. Join us as we explore some of Italy’s most iconic destinations. Florence: The Cradle of the Renaissance […]
Welcome, fellow food adventurers, to a compelling journey through the tapestry of global flavors! In this guide, we’ll take you on a self-guided tour to some of the most renowned destinations celebrated for their special plates. So lace up your walking shoes and start this epicurean expedition!  1. Italy: Rome – The Authentic Pasta Our […]
Once upon a time, on the banks of the Danube River, there were two cities: Buda and Pest. Buda was the royal capital, with its hilltop castle and winding cobbled streets. Pest was a bustling commercial center with its grand boulevards and vibrant nightlife. Buda and Pest remained separate cities for centuries, each with its […]
Mother’s Day is a special yearly occasion to honor and appreciate mothers’ love, care, and sacrifices. It is a day to show gratitude and express love for the most important woman in our lives. The idea of celebrating Mother’s Day can be traced back to ancient civilizations such as the Greeks and Romans, who held […]