LONG-HAUL TOURS COMBINING
GREECE WITH OTHER
It is better to see something once than hear about it a thousand times
Greece, Israel, Egypt, Cyprus and Italy are the powerhouses of Western culture and civilization. Each and every country influenced and shaped the Western world as we know it. Travelling to the Mediterranean Basin is way more than a holiday. It’s a pilgrimage to humanity…
Greece and Israel are the two main historical pillars of the Western civilization. Greece invented democracy, philosophy, sciences and performing arts, while Israel was the founder of monotheism.
By combing Greece and Israel you will have the privilege not only to get acquainted with Biblical and Ancient History but also to dissect and familiarize yourselves with two of the cultures that formidably shaped the West.
Greece and Egypt are two of the most revered countries of the Mediterranean with a long standing relationship that spilled and mixed cultures mainly through trade. Egyptian architectural and religious influences are evident in Greece, whilst the Greek thought and sciences culminated at the Hellenistic city of Alexandria.
Such a trip will give you the opportunity to explore the interaction between two cultures residing at opposite sides of the Mediterranean basin.
Greeks settled in Cyprus since 1200BC, absorbing it into an integral part of the Greek culture. Even though Cyprus belongs geographically in Asia and culturally in Europe, it served as a cultural bridge between the two countries and makes up for a unique holiday destination.
A Greece and Cyprus combo journey is certain to bring you up to terms with the Greek culture from one spectrum to the other while enjoying everything on offer.
Home to many of the world’s greatest works of art, architecture and gastronomy, Italy elates & inspires. Epicentre of the Roman Empire, Italy was heavily inspired and guided by the Greek Thought and Arts. Italy has more Unesco World Heritage cultural sites than any other country on Earth with the Hellenistic influences evident all around.
Rome vs Athens? You decide…