Customized tours in Greece

Top 10 Interesting Things about Greece?

Greeks don’t call their country Greece. It is Ellada. The official name of Greece is the Hellenic Republic. The Athens Archaeological Museum and the many other museums in Athens are filled with treasures. Family favorite. The whole population of the country of Greece in 2015 was 12 million. That’s less than the city of Los […]

Best Greek souvenir-Worry Beads

If you’ve ever been nervous, or twittled your fingers, or perhaps grabbed a cigarette just for something to do with your hands, then let me introduce an age old remedy… The Greek Worry beads. When walking around the various shopping areas in Greece, you will see every age, size and shape male standing close to […]

Happy: Springtime, Easter, Flowers, & Vacation planning

Hi everybody. Happy springtime. Love this time of year watching the Greek flowers burst open and peoples’ attitudes become lighter. Is this the year you say, that’s it I’m going to vacation in Greece, sip ouzo and watch the sunset over the Santorini Caldera, feel the Cape Sounion  Temple of Poseidon, or soak up a […]

Happy Holidays from Archaeologous-Private tours specialist

SEASON GREETINGS from our Archaeologous staff to you and your family. It was a pleasure getting to show so many many around Greece and Turkey this year. As you may know, the legend of ole St. Nick, presents in the stockings, the tradition of carrying a bag and pockets full of candies, fruits and little […]

Quotes by Greek philosophers-offered by Archaeologous

http://www.pinterest.com/archaeologous/inspirational-greek-quotes-offered-by-archaeologou/   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 […]

Pinterest showcases Archaeologous-Highlights of Delphi tour

http://www.pinterest.com/archaeologous/highlights-of-delphi-day-tour/ Pictures speak a 1000 words right? Isn’t that what we’ve always heard? That’s because its true!  Take for instance, I took some photos of a tour group as we traveled from Athens to Delphi. The bus ride is about 3 hours but totally entertaining with a guide speaking to the group which made it […]

Archaeologous shares, ‘the father of graffiti was a Greek’

http://www.worldwidegreeks.com/profiles/blogs/the-father-of-graffiti-was-a-greek-new-yorker-named-tak 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, […]