I was born and raised in Athens and originally I come from the beautiful island of Corfu in the Northwest of Greece. I have been travelling since I remember myself. Travel has been the most exciting part of my life. Not only traveling makes me happy but also meeting travelers that share the same passion with me. While I was studying literature , history and drama in the University of Crete, I was hosting people from all over the world, I was showing them around the island and I was sharing with them everything I knew about the Greek culture, mythology and history. After that I decided that I have to work in the tourism industry. My favorite phrase is " Travel is the only thing you buy that makes you richer
What places and activities do you specialize in?
"I specialize in Athens , the Cyclades , and Crete as I have lived and worked in all these places. I know the history and the myths of these places , my studies in Greek literature, history and language helped a lot as well, and this makes immediately everything more interesting. it is different walking around ruins and is different when you know what was in that place hundreds or maybe thousand years ago. I have been also working a Tour Guide and Tour Leader the last 3 years, specializing in walking, food and bus tours so I am here to give you all the kind of advice you need to make your stay in Greece a unique experience that you will never forget."
How did you get involved in travel?
"I first worked as an entertainer and Public Relations manager in various hotels . I really loved it and I really wanted to make everyone to have the best time they could. After I realized that tourism suits me and i started working as a Tour Guide in Santorini, and as a Tour Leader all over Greece and Europe. My first aim is to do my best to make sure that my travelers feel relaxed and enjoy their holidays to the fullest."
Please share a unique travel experience you will never forget.
"One of the best travel experiences I had until now is when I worked as a Tour Leader in Central Europe. Afterwards I decided to travel on my own by train and by plane backpacking. I visited 12 countries within two months. Exploring all these countries, meeting completely different cultures and getting in touch with locals, made me realize that traveling is the best way not only to discover new countries but also to discover yourself. I returned back from this trip transformed, full of beautiful images, colors , knowledge and memories."
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With multiple weeks in Greece, you can truly do it all, returning home with memories of the mainland and a number of islands. History-minded travelers can begin and end in Athens before visiting the sacred sites of Delos near Mykonos, prehistoric Akrotiri in Santorini, and the Palace of Knossos on Crete. Or, spend your time hopping between the Cycladic islands at an easy pace, experiencing the beaches, outdoor activities, and culture of each.
Odysseus's journey lasted 10 years as he tried to get home after the Trojan War. Your two-week journey will take a little less time but hopefully feel equally legendary with this itinerary. After a mythology tour in Athens, you'll head to the island of Rhodes to explore in its medieval old town. Proceed to Crete to wander the Palace of Knossos, once home to labyrinth of the Minotaur, then sail to some of the very places Odysseus set foot from Corfu before you return to Athens.
Take the coast of the Cyclades from guidebook covers straight to your own social media feed with this 10-day itinerary. These famous islands have captured travelers' imaginations for centuries, and now it's your turn to explore via boat, bike, and more, whether you're riding smoothly past sunny beaches or settling in for dinner and stories on an island farm.
Delve into Greece's modern culture and ancient history with this exciting itinerary. Immerse yourself in Greek mythology in Athens and Delphi before beginning your island hopping adventure. Explore the picturesque streets and inviting waters of Mykonos and the volcanic island of Santorini, with a stop at the sacred island of Delos along the way. Then head to Crete for more fascinating archaeological sites, hiking in the mountains, and visits to traditional villages before returning to Athens.
Spend a week immersed in the tasty traditions of Greece with this seven-day itinerary. Enjoy a welcome dinner in Athens and venture out to a functioning olive grove, then ferry over to Tinos for a culinary workshop. Get back on board for a stop in Naxos with samples of island agriculture before your return to Athens.