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Kakogiannaki Georgia

Place of residence: Attica
Languages: English, French, Spanish
Telephone: +30 6976431226

Official Guide Identity


Hello! My name is Georgia. I was born and raised in Athens. Since I was a little girl I was particularly interested in mythology, history and archaeology. That’s the reason why I studied at the Department of History and Archaeology of the University of Athens. Being in love with this vibrant, full of life city, I always enjoyed sharing my passion with the precious guests of my country. This is why I decided to work as a licensed tourist guide after graduating from the School of Tourist Guides of Athens. Apart from the guided tours at the archaeological sites and museums of Athens, I am a strong storyteller who enjoys strolling around the city showing not only the attractions, but also the hidden gems. Of course, I can make suggestions to you according to your own taste, what to shop, where to eat, what to do in your free time, etc. If you want a special tailor-made tour with a passionate guide, I am the one for you!

Top 3 destinations

  • Acropolis hill and Acropolis museum 
  • Ancient Agora
  • Cape Sounio Tour

Official Guide Identity

Take a journey back in time

You wouldn’t trust an unlicensed
doctor, teacher or driver.
Why a tourist guide?

Πανελλήνια Ομοσπονδία Ξεναγών Παγκόσμια Ομοσπονδίας Ξεναγών (W.F.T.G.A.) Ευρωπαϊκή Ομοσπονδία Ξεναγών (F.E.G.)

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.

Important notification

The Ephorate of Antiquities of Athens informs you that from tomorrow 12.06.2024 and the following days, when there will be high temperatures, the Acropolis Archaeological Site will be closed from 12:00 to 17:00. Visitors are advised to take the necessary self-protection measures when visiting the archaeological sites in order to avoid health problems such as heat exhaustion and heat stroke.