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- Visit Chania, the most charming town on the island of Crete, by walking the narrow streets and visiting the Venetian Fortress
- Enhance your archaeological knowledge with an extended visit to the Palace of Knossos and the Heraklion Archaeological Museum
- Delve into the history of the ancient civilizations once active on Crete by exploring the Plain of Messara and the ruins at Gortyn
- Visit traditional villages and enjoy the slow pace of life and get a glimpse of local culture
- Explore Spinalonga and visit its Fortress by boat, followed by lunch in a beachside restaurant
- Understand the flavors and layered elements of the region's culinary culture in coffee houses, tavernas and local markets
- How many days would you like the tour to be?
- Do you have specific goals for your trip?
- Which sites and venues would you like to prioritize? Do you want to just pass by or explore inside as well?
- Do you have any mobility concerns?
- Who are you traveling with? What are their ages and interests?
Dimitra is an archaeologist with a Master's degree focused on Minoan civilization. She is originally from Athens and moved to Crete to study it's wealth of history. She has been working both as a licensed guide and archaeologist on Crete for 15 years. She continues to work and study in her field, digging and also writing and presenting papers internationally. She has appeared as a specialised Minoan archaeologist in two documentaries about the Minoan civilization on Travel Channel and History Channel.
Tatiana is an archaeologist with a PhD focused on underwater archaeology. She moved from her native Athens to the island of Crete in order to pursue her studies and has never left! She works both as a licensed cultural guide and as a working archaeologist. She has excavated in numerous locations across the island.
Born and raised on the island of Crete. As an undergraduate student she majored in archaeology at the National University of Athens and σhe continued with a master’s degree in archaeology at the université Catholique de Louvain at Belgium. She currently is working on her PhD in collaboration with the National University of Athens. Her PhD specializes on Minoan civilization. She has participated in a great number of archaeological excavations mainly on Crete, but also on continental Greece. For the past few years Antonia works as a licensed tourist guide, leading guided tours on Crete, with a variety of topics and focuses such as archaeology and history, local traditions and wine tastings for individuals,families groups and academic establishments. She is always willing to share her passion and expertise about her native island with her guests!