Your family, relatives or friends deserve the best !

“Your family, relatives or friends deserve the best !”
We can provide it !
As we are in the middle of spring and the summer is approaching quickly, more and more of your family, relatives or friends are coming over to visit.
Don’t hesitate to ask us, we can help them discover the best of Athens, and give them tips about Greece in general.
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Our next guided tour: Ancient Agora, Stoa Attalou, and Thission

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Dearest friends,

Now that the weather is (hopefully…) getting better,we are planning our next guided tour with our amazing guide Elli out in the open!
We are going to Ancient Agora*, Stoa Attalou**,and Thission on the 9/05.


*The Agora was the heart of ancient Athens, the focus of political, commercial, administrative and social activity, the religious and cultural centre, and the seat of justice. 

The site was occupied without interruption in all periods of the city’s history. It was used as a residential and burial area as early as the Late Neolithic period (3000 B.C.). Early in the 6th century, in the time of Solon, the Agora became a public area.

The Museum of the Ancient Agora is organized in chronological and thematic units that reveal aspects of the public and private life in ancient Athens. 

The earliest antiquities, potsherds, vases, terracotta figurines and weapons, dating from the Neolothic , Bronze Age, Iron Age and Geometric period, come from wells and tombs excavated in the area of the Athenian Agora and its environs.


**The Stoa of Attalos was a place for Athenians to meet, walk, and to do business. It was destroyed by the Heruli in A.D. 267, and its members were incorporated into the Late Roman Wall. The restoration, based on studies by the architect Yannis Travlos, was carried out in 1953-1956 by the American School of Classical Studies
text source: Ministry of Culture and Sports
The tour will last about 2 + hrs.
Cost: 10 to 15 euros as always, depending on the number of the participants, and we need at least 10 people for the tour to go.
Please do not cancel the last minute as the more people attend, the less money they will pay.
The entrance tickets to the Ancient Agora is 4 euros, and it’s not included in the price of the guided tour.
more details (time etc) will follow.
PLEASE APPLY BY: MAY 6th evening

apply at:, or 
land line: 210-8077079
cell:          6937073699
After the tour, we have another plan for you: some of you came with us to the Gastronomy Festival before Christmas.
Well, it’s on again in May (8 to 10/05) at Gazi! (click on the link)


It’s been a great year !


It’s been a great year !

We enjoyed meeting new people, being together with old friends, feeling your love and appreciation, THINGS THAT ARE PRECIOUS TO US AND KEEP US GOING.

Here’s an overview of some of our events in 2014. We would appreciate it a lot if you gave us your views and opinions, such as what you liked or did not like, what you would want more of or less, etc.

Give us a piece of your mind just under the post on “leave a reply” section or by sending us an e-mail at

This will help us get better. And remember: WE ARE ALWAYS HERE FOR YOU ALL !

Stay tuned !!! Great things are coming up !

A walk in Christmas Athens 


Complimentary “Sharing the Athens we Love” Tour


Acropolis Museum Tour for families


Archaeological Museum & Mechanism of Antikithira

exhibition for families


A night out at Diogenis Palace


Greek Cooking Class


A visit at Dora Stratou Dance School in Plaka


“Sharing the Athens we Love” Tour

(shared with: Embassies, Companies, groups,foreign communities College students, private groups)


Petralona Tour


“Traces of the Jewish Passage in Athens” Tour


A visit at Natalia Mela’s workshop


Greek Beer Tasting


Open air cinema night at one of the most beautiful cinemas in the world




4 Days with an amazing German Group


Walking Tour of Athens


Elefsina Guided Tour


Greek Cheese Tasting

Dora Stratou Dance Theatre


Fishing Day trip on a Kaiki


Athinorama Gastronomy Festival – “Giorti Gefseis”


Stay tuned !!!

Great things are coming up

in 2 0 1 5 !

You can also follow our activities, info, news and see more photos on our official Page on Facebook

Our next event: GREEK BEER TASTING !

Some days ago, we asked you what we were up to:

Well, is a BEER TASTING (now, that’s a first !)
And not JUST a beer tasting, we are talking about ALL the small breweries from all over Greece, Greek chutneys, Greek sausages, Greek cheese, etc. all from Greek start-ups !. All this cornucopia of flavors, will be in Nikaia on Friday the 18th of July, from 19:30 until …





The cost will be very low. Since the venue is also a retailers spot, you will be able to buy anything you like.
Please apply at
or land line: 2108077073, or cell: 6937073699
PS: the venue can only take up to 20 – 25 people. So hurry !!!







join us on this weekend of magic !

Dearest friends, WE ARE SO HAPPY !!!

Remember when I told you about a surprise we were preparing for you ?

Well, it looks like we can make it AT LAST!

You will all-and we mean AAAAAALL- have the chance to watch “MIKRA ANGLIA”, a multi award-winning film by Pandelis Voulgaris based on the book Mikra Anglia by Ioanna Karystiani. with English subtitles!

You will be the only ones to see the film with English subtitles at a cinema, as we have managed to get the rights from the company !
On top of that, you will see it at an open-air cinema in the Chora of Andros that will open exclusively for us.

Why we want you to see this film? Because when we saw it,we thought that it’s a must-see,we absolutely adored it !

Imagine seeing this film where it was made and being in the atmosphere !

There will also be a tour in Chora guided by a local very knowledgeable guide, and of course plenty of time afterwards to stroll the streets and lanes of a unique island town, try the local cuisine and take photographs.

Mark the dates: Saturday 31/05 & Sunday 01/06, and details will come very soon !

We are so HAPPY that our “little”dream is coming true !!!

Epidavros event: “a unique experience”

Dearest friends,

We came back on Saturday from a lovely 2-day trip to Epidavros and we would like to tell you about it, so that you make sure you join next time.

As we had already told you before, the plan was to prepare the play beforehand and this is what we did on Thursday evening. We had a little something to eat, we read-or better, role – played – Lysistrati, which was a very amusing and useful activity for a number of reasons: we got familiar with the play that we were going to see the following day; people got a chance to unfold talents we never thought they had – some of them are born actors-; and, last but not least, they met and got together with new people!

On Friday at around 17.00 we set off for Epidavros. It took nearly 2 hours, we had something to eat at the restaurant outside the theatre (very good food!) and then we went into the theatre and saw the play. We absolutely loved it and, having read it, it was a lot easier to follow. After the theatre we drove to Nafplio where we had booked a hotel to spend the night.

The next day we visited a photo exhibition with works of Fred Boissonas and saw photos of Greece at the beginning of the 20th century. Then we had delicious ice cream at one of the best ice cream parlors in Nafplio, we walked around the town, had our coffee by the sea, and after a small lunch, we drove back to Athens. We personally loved the trip and so did our friends. They said that it was a unique experience. We know one thing: we had the time of our lives and we are already planning our next event. We’ll let you know in due time! Try to make it this time!

Photos will follow