Back to school

Who said that the guides don't care about their education? Nobody! Because they care greatly about it they went back to school. Really!

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Be for an hour a salesman

Being a guide is not being just an ambassador of our country, but being a human, sensitive especially to the social groups in need. That's why The Association of Licensed Tourist Guides, Athens-Greece participates, when there is the opportunity, in projects, where we can help our fellow men!

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Happy New Year!

Every year, as a celebration of New Year, the Greeks cut a cake, which they call Vasilopita (Basil's cake). There is a token inside and the one who finds it, has got good luck for the whole year.

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Chaeronea, 2 August 338 BC: A day that changed the world

Chaeronea, 2 August 338 BC: A day that changed the world" is the title of the temporary exhibition organised by the Museum of Cycladic Art in Athens, which is until March 2024.

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So modern and so ancient..

It's a fact, when we visit a museum, we don't really stand and observe or even take a look of the inscriptions. The most of us usually try to see the most known or impressive objects, quickly check out the explanation and take, of course, a picture of the moment.

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Free entry every 1st Sunday of the month

November is slowly coming to its end and December is going to take its place. The visits though of the archaeological sites and museums are still going on, without giving the feeling that the tourist season is over, since it's winter. 

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National Glyptotheque

The National Glyptotheque is one of the important, but not much known museums of Athens. It's located in Athens, in an area of 6500 m2 in the Army Park in Goudi. It's an annex of the National Gallery of Greece.

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International Conference Greek- Spanish Literature

September started with lots of events happening in Athens. From the 30th of August until the 2nd of September was held the International Conference Greek- Spanish Literature with the title "Ecos y Resplandores Helenos en la Narrativa Hispana".

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The myrtle plant (myrtus communis)

The myrtle plant (myrtus communis) symbolised beauty, youth and pleasure in antiquity. Its exquisite blooms, evergreen leaves and captivating fragrance is related to the goddess of beauty and love Aphrodite who hid behind a myrtle bush to cover her nudity, when she rose from the sea on the island of Cyprus. 

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The Association represents its highly qualified members who are certified by the Greek State. They cover a wide range of programs that can satisfy any demand in 28 different languages. According to the Greek Law, only Licensed Tourist Guides are permitted to guide you anywhere.

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Covid-19 Policy

We take seriously our responsibility to ensure that our guests enjoy a safe, clean and comfortable visiting experience so we have implemented all the necessary precautionary measures according to all the safety and hygiene measures by the WHO and the local Ministry of Health. The safety and wellbeing of our guests and our Tourist Guides is of paramount importance to us.