FIND A WALK
The New York Times
Chefs Lead New Rome Walking ToursSavoring Rome stops by traditional bakeries, cafes and gelateries, particularly in the maze of side streets around the Pantheon, said the statement last week. Wines of Italy, A Comparative Tasting is led by a sommelier.
—Joyce Lau, April 5, 2010
Eco-Tripping | ROME
The savvy trip operator Context now offers ‘‘farm to fork’’ tours of Rome — a multiday experience focused on sustainable food.
— March 25, 2010
The Concierge | Paris for Lovers
“…be it 19th-century painting or chocolate, try a guided tour with Context
Travel, a smart outfit with small groups. (You can also hire it for
— Christine Muhlke, March 11, 2020
Cultured Traveler: Alone (or Almost) With Michelangelo in Vatican City
Adam Nagourney recommends Context's After-hours Vatican Museums visit. —January 17, 2010
Holiday Tables: Bon Appétit to Guten Appetit
Rome City Manager, Jessica Stewart, advises Gisela Williams about where to eat over the holidays in Rome. —December 20, 2009
Dan Brown Tourists: Next Stop, Rome?
Founder, Paul Bennett talks with Elisabetta Povoledo about the Angels and Demons phenomenon and its effect on Rome. —June 24, 2008
Rome Party Wrap Up"a contingent from Context (www.contexttravel.com), a network of historians and architects who arrange small-scale walking tours of Rome (and other cities)" —Matt Gross, June 17, 2008
The New York Times
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Wines of Italy: A Comparative Tasting
Our Wines of Italy: A Comparative Tasting, which complements our basic level tasting, is a more advanced approach to experiencing Italian wine – one ...Read More
Does Context Offset Carbon?
Yes. In cases where our walks include some form of transportation we calculate the carbon produced and offset this through a recognized carbon offset ...Read More