Athens day shoreexcursions by Archaeologous

3 Greek Islands in 1 Day from Athens by Archaeologous

How fun, You’re visiting the ancient mecca of thought, Athens. You’ve perhaps gone to the legendary perfect architectural masterpiece of the Parthenon and visited a museum or two. Now what? Let me suggest doing what my cousin and I did upon her visit. In one day you take a fabulous boat ride (capacity about 140) […]

Quotes by Greek philosophers-offered by Archaeologous   Click on this link for some great Greek quotes from some of the top philosophers of all ages. It’s truly amazing how many of their wise quotes are relevant today as when written over 2,000 years ago.  Archaeologous would like to invite you to ‘get in the mood’ for your Greek vacation. As Socrates […]

Archaeologous shares, ‘the father of graffiti was a Greek’ Archaeologous thought this was an interesting read so we’re sharing. The father of graffiti was a Greek New Yorker named Taki Graffiti writers around the world know the name that started it all: TAKI 183. A kid from 183rd Street in Washington Heights in northern Manhattan, TAKl’s simple signature captured the attention of a reporter and, […]

‘Multi-day’ custom private tours in Greece & Turkey

Let us here at Archaeologous, take out the stress and worry of planning an extended vacation. Maybe you are going to Greece and want to choose 5 or 6 locations and need hotels, tours, and transportation in all of them. Or, if you are mixing the two countries of Turkey AND Greece, let us assist, […]

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Athens-museums, relics, & ancient artifacts

It’s true that  legendary Athens is filled with history. Let’s face it, you can see marble columns sticking up from below the modern ground level. Actually, there has been one ‘Athens’ built on top of another for millennium as you will see. Example: We went to dinner in the Plaka one night and walked down […]