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Maria Aivalioti

Tour Script Editor

With years of studies in archaeology and history of art from world-class universities in Greece and abroad, Maria has worked as an art curator and tutor of art history in public and private institutions including the Athens Tour Guide School. Her role at Clio Muse Tours as a script editor includes creating and editing audio and digital tours as well as coordinating and supervising cultural projects for Clio Muse clients. Passionate about culture and traveling, Maria assures that all tours highlight both well- known and hidden aspects of history based on certified reference material. Specialist of the Symbolist Movement, she participates in conferences and symposiums and writes articles on her expertise field.

Posts by Maria Aivalioti

1821-2021: Clio Muse Tours for the 200 Years of the Greek War of Independence

On the occasion of the 200 years of the Greek War of Independence, Clio Muse Tours created in collaboration with remarkable museums four educational self-guided audio tours. Each one of the tours presents important historical events and examines the different aspects of the Greek War of Independence. For the completion of these tours, we teamed […]

We talked with the grandson of Haim Pardo about his family and “The Jewish heritage: past and present” digital tour

We talked with Victor Asser, the grandson of Haim and Evgenia Pardo, two survivors of the Holocaust in Thessaloniki about history in the past and present. He told us about the story of his family and the Clio Muse digital tour “The Jewish heritage: past and present.” Can you tell us a few things about […]

Explore Greece’s Mainland With Kentriki Odos Cultural Audio Tours

In collaboration with Kentriki Odos, we created three new cultural audio tours for places that adorn Greece’s mainland. Home to magical and enchanting landscapes filled with legends and traditions, Greece brims with hidden gems. And we are always delighted to form collaborations with partners that share the same vision as we do and are eager […]

Searching for Homer in Chios island

Looking for a paradise in the north Aegean Sea rich in history and full of traditions? Then Chios is the right place for you. Located in the northern Aegean Sea, the island is famous for the exclusive production of mastic for the medieval villages and for being home to Homer, the legendary author of the […]

Visit Rethymno: 6 Places that Unravel the City’s History

One of the most picturesque cities on the island of Crete, Rethymno offers plenty of opportunities for day and night. Before you leave the city to head to the island’s dreamy beaches, take a stroll at these 6 places that bear witness to Rethymno’s past. The scenic old port The port has always been a […]

A Brief History of the Alhambra Palace

“I do not know what to call this land upon which I stand. If what is beneath my feet is paradise, then what is the Alhambra? Heaven?” wrote the Golden Age Spanish novelist Lope de Vega when he first visited Alhambra Palace. Take a look at Alhambra’s brief history and check out our audio preview […]

7 Facts to Know About the Cologne Cathedral

Imposingly standing in Cologne, the most populous city of the North-Rhine Westphalia region and the fourth largest city in Germany, the Cathedral is Cologne’s most visited site. Its story, driven by human ambition, starts in 1248. An architectural masterpiece that is said to have caused the devil’s jealousy, the Cologne Cathedral houses remarkable artworks and […]

Visit Knossos: Facts and Tips to Know Ahead

Crete is famous for its beaches (yes, as I am writing these words, I am dreaming of being in a sandy Cretan beach under a palm tree looking at the sea and reading my book), for its food and delicacies (I’ll come back to this at another blog post), for locals’ hospitality and last but […]

The Ancient Agora of Athens: All You Need to Know

As you stroll around Athens, you’ll easily realize that there is so much to see and admire. And what you should definitely not miss is a visit to the Ancient Agora of Athens, the center of the antique city and the birthplace of Democracy. Located in a vivid and picturesque neighborhood, full of restaurants, cafés […]