Dimitria Papadopoulou is a licensed
tourist guide of Greece and a doctor in
the Sciences of Information and Communication.
She finished the Department of the ancient Greek language and literature at Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (B.Sc. degree, 2003) and received her Master's Degree in Political Communication at the University of Paris-Est in 2004 (France). She received her PhD degree in 2011 from the University of Paris-Est and Panteion University of Political and Social Sciences of Athens («thèse en cotutelle»). In 2011, she also completed her studies in the National Tourists'Guide School of Thessaloniki (voted by the CEDEFOP as the best training of tourist guides all around Europe, including everyday theoretical courses and excursions to all the archaeological sites of Greece). She has been accredited as a National Trainer of tourist guides in Greece by the World Federation of Tourist Guides Associations (WFTGA). She has been elected General Secretary of the Association of the Tourist Guides of Athens (2012-2014) and a member of its executive board (2014-2016).
She has made announcements in national and international
conferences and has published many scientific articles in journals
and collective volumes. She has also published articles about the
cultural communication and the touristic policies in the everyday
Greek press. She has taught in the public Institutes of Vocational
Training 'communication in multicultural environment', 'theory of
communication', 'redaction of journalistic text'< She has also
taught the course "Public Policies and Gendered Relations" in the
Master «Gender, Society and Politics» at Panteion University. At
the same time, she gives lectures at Panteion University as a guest
speaker and continues her academic research. You can find her
scientific publications and her academic profile in the link
Today, she lives in Athens and she works as a tourist guide all around Greece. She has guided USA Judges, journalists in FAM Trips in Greece, deputies of the French parliament as well as Universities, like Stanford and La Sorbonne.
She speaks fluently English, French, Spanish and Greek. You can contact her in her email firstname.lastname@example.org, Viber or What's Up (00306945019010).