Are you staying in Athens for more than one day? Have you been there before and are now looking forward to going more in depth into the Greek culture? Or... you just wish to focus on more aspects of life and explore the city beyond the touristy sites? Here you have a wide range of options that cover many interests. Fill out the contact form and you will receive more information.


The Acropolis in depth - 2,5 hrs

The Acropolis in depth - 2,5 hrs

Secondary locations, less known information and little ‘secrets’, for those already familiar with the basic of the ‘Sacred Rock’.
The Roman Athens - 3 hrs

The Roman Athens - 3 hrs

The second heyday of the glorious city.
The Byzantine Athens - 2 hrs

The Byzantine Athens - 2 hrs

Refined architecture and the art of the Christian Orthodox, though millenia old churches and precious artifacts.
The Ottoman Athens - 2 hrs

The Ottoman Athens - 2 hrs

The impressive ruins of a long occupation.
The Neoclassical Athens - 2 hrs

The Neoclassical Athens - 2 hrs

The elegance and ‘rebirth’ of ancient Athens in the 19th century.
Athens Street Art - 3 hrs

Athens Street Art - 3 hrs

An amazing, colorful art scenery of creative murals around the city and their social-political meanings; a stunning way to understand the local culture and modern history, through my long experience in studying Greek street art as an art historian and my storytelling as a cerified guide.
Politics and Democracy - 3 hrs

Politics and Democracy - 3 hrs

At the birthplace of the earliest Democracy in the world: ancient Agora and Pnyka hill, where the first Parliament, 'Senate' and voting venue of the world shaped their innovative democratic institutions.
*Ancient Greek Philosophy: at the footsteps of Plato and Aristotle - 3 hrs

*Ancient Greek Philosophy: at the footsteps of Plato and Aristotle - 3 hrs

A visit at the ruins of legendary Plato's Academy and his disciple, Aristotle's Lyceum.
Botany and related Greek myths - 2 hrs

Botany and related Greek myths - 2 hrs

The amazing botany of the ancient agora, the natural remedies of the ancient Greeks and the myths connected to the local flora.
Death and Art in ancient Athens - 2 hrs

Death and Art in ancient Athens - 2 hrs

A visit at the most important ancient cemetery, of Keramikos: by the city walls, where everyday life and pottery production mingled with spectacular funerary art, spiritual life and local pride.
Modern Greek painting - 2 hrs

Modern Greek painting - 2 hrs

A visit at the spectacular, new National Gallery, focusing in the 19th-20th centuries Greek painting.
*Nature lovers’ tour - 4 hrs

*Nature lovers’ tour - 4 hrs

A visit at a unique thermal lake -a stunning monument of nature- and a mount next to the city center, with medieval ruins and amazing views to Athens.



*Vehicle required tours. Facebook Twitter Google+ Pinterest
I travel to different countries during my life and have met a number of guides. I can only say that Nadia is one of the best Linda Yin, Hong Kong, China
Nadia’s presence and personality is warm and welcoming, and she made our time in Athens a highpoint of our trip Brian McLaren, Washington D.C., U.S.A
She completely customized our tour based on interests we discussed before we left for our trip. Nadia has an incredible ability to frame the events and stories she shared with us in the context of that moment in history Brian McLaren, Washington D.C., U.S.A
Her English is excellent and we thoroughly enjoyed every minute as she answered our questions and gave wonderful explanations of Athens and Greek history 24 Vacation, Sarnia, Canada
Our guide Nadia was amazing. Her narrative was engaging, and she made sure everything we saw came alive. Going through these sites without her storytelling would not have been even 5% as much fun Niraj Ranjan Rout, Karnataka, India
We recommend her highly--for her expertise, her passion, her friendliness, and her capacity to make complex information accessible to all age groups Stefan Gunther and Lisa Goldberg, Washington D.C., U.S.A.
Our guide Nadia Pavlikaki could not have been more knowledgeable, considerate, interactive, and charming. She adjusted the tour to my wife and my different tastes, and her extensive knowledge in archaeology and art history gave her the skill to answer all our questions Ed and Joyce Conant, Georgia, U.S.A
×

Log in