Starting from February 2021, almost a year after the initial plan was put on hold, Clio Muse Tours expands to new destinations.
In 2021 Clio Muse Tours will be releasing 100 new self-guided audio tours in 20 countries reaching by the end of the year a total of 450 self-guided tours in 31 countries. After its expansion in Italy, Spain, the Netherlands in 2019 and in Turkey later the same year, the greek startup is now ready to enrich its portfolio with new destinations in Europe and beyond.
In 2020 Clio Muse Tours collaborated with Greek museums such as the Museum of Cycladic Art, organizations including Nea Odos and Kentriki Odos and municipalities such as the Regional Unit of Chios Tourism Department for the creation, development and distribution of numerous digital and audio self-guided tours. Moreover, in March 2020, the company launched 23 virtual tour experiences that combine 360° images with audio narrations.
Prior to the Covid-19 pandemic, Clio Muse Tours was aiming to expand to new destinations in 2020. Shifting the initial business plan and forming new partnerships and collaborations with established cultural institutions in Greece and abroad was a conscious decision of the three co-founders, Andreas Fatouros, Daphne Tsevreni and Yiannis Nikolopoulos, in accordance with their priorities, to secure the Clio Muse team and adapt in the best possible way to the situation.
Starting from February 2021, almost a year after the initial plan was put on hold, Clio Muse Tours expands to new destinations. By the end of the year, the award-winning startup will release 100 self-guided tours and city walks to new countries as well as will add more destinations to the ones the company already operates.
Berlin, Madrid, Barcelona, Antalya, London, New York City and Morocco are some of the new cities Clio Muse Tours is adding to its portfolio. The selection of the new destinations was based on the places’ popularity among travelers and their great historical and cultural importance.
At the same time, the startup will be enhancing its portfolio with new city walks as well audio tours to landmarks and museums in Athens, the Greek islands, Venice, Granada, Istanbul, Amsterdam, Florence and Seville.
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