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3 April 2014
Looking for day-trip to escape the bustling barris of Barcelona? Girona may be just the ticket.
27 September 2013
Learn about some new changes happening at Stonehenge, and how they will affect visitors to the site.
4 June 2013
We tell you why you should think about skipping San Gimignano, Pompeii, and Siracusa during your next trip to Italy.
26 April 2013
Ancient Rome is more than just the Colosseum, see some of our favorite sites and artifacts.
22 February 2013
Get an insider’s view on Naples, one of our favorite Italian cities.
10 February 2013
Former docent Rebekah Junkermeier introduces us to the Sustainable Preservation Initiative.
11 December 2012
Petulia Melideo, Context’s marketing and London manager, has been with us since the beginning. Here she shares just one of the unique client experiences that makes her work rewarding
4 July 2012
Discover the history and traditions of Edinburgh through the words of our docents, Coinneach Maclean, as he takes us on a journey along the Scottish archaeological landscape.
17 June 2012
The ancient Via Lata, of which the modern Via del Corso retraces the route, was the urban part of the…
31 March 2012
We love Ostia Antica, the ancient port of Rome just 25 kilometers outside the city. Partly this is because it…
30 September 2011
Yesterday, I joined Rome docent Rebekah Junkermeier for our Classical Rome walking seminar. Here are a couple of take…
6 June 2011
Tivoli makes a perfect day trip from Rome, especially during the summer months. Scholars from Context Travel talk a bit more about why tourists should make a visit to Hadrian’s Villa and the Villa D’Este.
25 May 2011
A review of the Afghanistan exhibition at the British Museum
21 March 2011
Today is my final day in Rome. The experience is bitter sweet because I have grown to really love this…
18 March 2011
Imagine being in the oldest building in your city that you walk past everyday because it’s not modern. Now imagine…