Eva has traveled extensively through Europe and Asia but with every chance she gets, she explores some of the lesser known corners of Greece. She holds a degree in Political Science and History from Panteion University of Athens and a Law degree from the University of Thrace. In her parallel life she practices law at the city of Larissa in Thessaly. She speaks English, French, Italian, Russian and, of course, Greek.
Dr. Petros Teperoglou
Dr. Teperoglou holds a PhD from the University of Graz (Austria) and is an officially licensed guide for arhaeological sites in Greece. He teaches courses in Greek art & history (antiquity to modern times) at three of Berlin's Lifelong Learning Institutes (Berliner Volkshochschulen). For ten years he was the main coordinator and leader of many study tours throughout the entire Mediterranean basin (including Greece, Italy, Spain, Portugal, Egypt, Syria, and Lebanon) organized jointly by the Berliner Volkshochschulen and Berolina Reisen, one of the top German travel agencies specializing in archaeological tourism.
Dimitris has a long experience in the tourism industry in Greece. He is the former managing director of a hotel in Athens, a former account manager for a Greek travel agency and has led several tours of archaeological interest. He is deeply interested in the ancient civilizations of the Mediterranean and is actively involved in the revival of the ancient games, especially Pankration, a precursor to modern mixed martial arts and part of the original Olympic Games since 648 BC. He speaks Greek and English.
Mirela holds a law degree from the University of Athens. She has worked for many years in publishing houses, in the PR Division, in the Editorial as well as in the Travel one. She currently works as a translator. She has traveled through Greece and Europe and is always looking forward for the next opportunity to escape through a new journey. She believes few things are as exciting as getting to know new people, their culture and their mentality. She speaks English, French, German and Spanish.