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Greece and Turkey Private and Small Group Tours

Croatia, Greece & Turkey Private and Small Group Guided Tours

Follow the traces of past civilizations and empires
Located on the edge of Europe and Asia, Greece and Turkey straddle two worlds. For Greece, it’s antiquity and modernity—its capital Athens, as well as its many islands, boast ruins of the ancient Greek civilization that spawned many Western fields of thought, including philosophy, mathematics, politics, science, and theater.

Turkey’s dual nature comes out of its geography: it’s split between the European and Asian continents, and this mix of different cultures shaped Turkey’s ’s history. Most notably, the country was dominated by the Ottoman Empire, which controlled parts of Asia, Africa, and Europe from the 14th until the early 20th centuries. Their former glory is reflected in the eastern and western influences found in Istanbul.

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What Context Croatia, Greece & Turkey Travelers Say
1,441 Reviews (4.69)

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My tour with Georgia was like an excellent college seminar - a true 2-way intellectual experience. She did a great job employing the Socratic method while discussing Socrates, Plato, and Aristotle. The venue for this tour is in a residential neighborhood, not downtown. As a result, there are few taxis circulating nearby when the tour ends. Might be a good idea when sending confirmation and meeting instructions to customers to let them know in advance that Uber doesn’t operate here, so they should book a pick up taxi in advance.
Panos is great. Very able to adapt the tour to different interests. And amazingly engaging. Best tour guide ever!
Demetra is a superior guide. One recommendation for Context, not specific to this tour: your customers pay ALOT of money to go on a Context tour, far more than standard local tours. You know that. So…….would it break Context’s heart to include the cost of museum tickets in the package?