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25 June 2015
We take a look at the color street’s of Rio’s Santa Teresa neighborhood.
15 June 2015
We share the perfect itinerary for learning about early American history in Philadelphia with your family.
3 June 2015
We give you five good reasons to visit our newest city in Italy – Milan.
25 April 2015
When remembering the history of WWII, the important role of women is often lost. To celebrate Liberation Day in Italy we highlight 3 heroines of WWII.
9 April 2015
Paul shares the story behind the meaning of the word docent and why it’s so important to Context.
21 March 2015
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7 March 2015
Join us and our docents in a series of intimate museum lectures at four of our favorite off-the-beaten-path museums in Rome
28 February 2015
From leaping dogs, to wide-eyed cats and squirming eels, the National Gallery is packed with paintings of animals. Our new…
15 January 2015
We learn more about the people behind Context with our staff spotlights. First up is Petulia Melideo, who has been with us since 2004.
1 November 2014
Docent and architectural historian Celia Marin shares some interesting facts about El Raval, Barcelona’s former bohemian center and red light district, now one of the city’s most up-and-coming districts.
22 September 2014
Context staff relays their most transformative travel experiences and how they have shaped their world vision.
9 July 2014
Some suggestions for a fairy tale day out in the English countryside with some Medieval sites near London.
23 June 2014
We recently sat down with our docent and design journalist Suzanne Wales, who leads our Made in Barcelona walk, to learn more about the Barcelona “school” of design, its roots and the current trends of today.
10 May 2014
Visiting the Vatican with your kids? Make sure you have our handy list of tips to help make the experience easier.
18 April 2014
We interview archeologist and docent Patrizia Sfligiotti about her time digging at Rome’s Crypta Balbi.
1 March 2014
Philadelphia is more than the Liberty Bell for those wanting to delve into American history. Our docent give their list of what to visit in lieu of the crowded monument.