Walking in Crete – Discover Heraklion

Thursday, October 4th, 2012 - Archaeology

If you like walking in the midst of history, legend and romance, without forgoing the hustle and bustle of modern life, you’ll love walking in Crete! The largest of the Greek islands and also the most highly-populated, Crete’s local culture-dialect – art and music –...

Holiday & Travel Guide For Corfu, Greece

Thursday, October 4th, 2012 - Archaeology

Corfu is the second largest Ionian Island, and is off the coast of Greece. The northern area is close to the coast of Albania. The main town on the island shares the same name as the island itself, and is a good place that can...

Holidays in Basilicata, Italy

Wednesday, October 3rd, 2012 - Archaeology

Located in the south of Italy, in what could be described as the instep of the boot, Basilicata is a dry and arid region that nevertheless has two coastlines. One part borders the Ionian Sea in the Gulf of Taranto, while there is a tiny...

Athens City Breaks Guide

Tuesday, October 2nd, 2012 - Archaeology

For more than 3500 years Athens has been attracting visitors. Rich in history and home to one of the most famous buildings of the world – the Parthenon, which represents the golden age of Athens urban planning, it is impossible to compete with the impressive...

Experience Guatemala

Monday, October 1st, 2012 - Archaeology

A tour of upland Guatemala will immerse the traveler in the archeology of the last aboriginal Maya of 900-1524, with unparalleled experiences in how archaeological knowledge about society, culture and astronomy is read in the ruins of the richest civilization of the Americas. The adventure...