Having studied History and Archaeology, the Greek history has always fascinated me the most. Τhus, I chose to become a tour guide in order to share my knowledge and enthusiasm with people who wish to learn more on this matter. Furthermore, Athens has a special place in my heart, and I consider traditional Greek food, of which Athens is more or less the capital, a cornerstone of one of the greatest civilizations, the greek one. To sum up, traditional Greek food is definitely something worth trying and learning about, so you should definitely come and explore this side of Greece with us!
Tiama is very much Greek, although her name might imply otherwise. She grew up in a port city and has learned her first Greek, English and Filipino words on board an ocean crossing ship – her father was a captain in the Greek navy.
A natural born traveler, she loves sharing her wanderlust and extended knowledge of Greek history and culture with each and every visitor she meets and is passionate about hospitality and communication.
She has a master in European and International Studies, a postgraduate in counseling and has been a tour leader for 8 years.
Dutch multi-lingual Celeste Tat is a resident to Athens for more than 20 years where she worked at the Dutch Cultural and Archeological Institute. She is a food aficionado and awarded food & travel writer and the creator of the first English language Family Travel Blog in Greece. She writes for several Greek food websites. Celeste initially came to Greece to work as a tour guide in Crete. She holds a degree in Cultural Studies and a Tour guide certificate. As an influencer and local expert, she is a regular guest on national Dutch radio reporting about Greek food traditions and culture.