day tours in Santorini

Archaeologous has been busy adding new tours in Greece and Turkey

Just to update any of you interested in a vacation to Greece. Our reliable tour company, Archaeologous, has added some great tours for those of you that want to save money.  You can ‘share’ a tour to places like Delphi, ancient home of the Oracle, or do a 3 day tour that will have you […]

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 […]

Bacchus would love this Santorini Winery-History Tour

   Do you love wine? Santorini? Vacations in Greece? Then this could be the tour of all tours for you. The Santorini Private Guided Shore Excursion of  Wineries, Wine tasting, and the Akrotiri Site. Maybe you’ve heard of the award winning wines of Santorini that many sommeliers have considered to be ‘true treasures’.  You’ll have […]

Santorini Grand Caldera tour by Archaeologous

Archaeologous ‘Grand Caldera Santorini tour’ itinerary:  Archeological Museum, Red Beach, Pyrgos, Santos Winery with caldera view, Akrotiri ruins, lunch at caldera overlook, Oia, one of the most photographed villages in the world  for shopping and sightseeing and back to Fira. I had often heard of many people taking the story book ‘donkey’ ride up  the […]

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, […]

‘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, […]