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27 September 2014

Modernist Architect, the Genius of Lluís Domènech i Montaner

Discovering modernista architect Lluís Domènech i Montaner, designer of the Palau de la Musica and UNESCO World Heritage site Hospital Sant Pau, with the help of our Context Barcelona docents.


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Hospital de Sant Pau by  Luis Domènech i Montaner

27 September 2013

Revamping Stonehenge: The Environmental Improvement Project

Learn about some new changes happening at Stonehenge, and how they will affect visitors to the site.


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29 November 2012

December Discount in Vienna, Prague, and Budapest

In celebration of the holidays, Context is gifting a 15% discount on private walks booking in Vienna, Prague, and Budapest during the month of December for travel in 2013.


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belvedere, vienna, austria

11 September 2012

From New York City: the cultural lineup for the season

Rebecca Dezell selects some of noteworthy events taking place in New York City this fall.


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10 September 2012

Exhibitions you shouldn’t miss this Fall

A selection of exhibitions worth traveling for!


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Gauguin-Te vaa

18 July 2012

Putting Context into China

Few things have been as thrilling for me at Context as opening our China branches this year in Shanghai and…


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Tours in Shanghai

13 July 2012

Bastille Day

With July 14th quickly approaching, the French are getting ready to celebrate their National holiday once again and events throughout…


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11 July 2012

6 of the Best Day Trips from Edinburgh

Edinburgh based travel writer and train aficionado Jools Stone recommends six of his favorite day trips from the Scottish capital.


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Glasgow Art

14 June 2012

“A Capitol Fourth”: Celebrating in D.C.

Throughout America, from big cities to backyard BBQs, Independence Day is celebrated each July 4. But few places offer the…


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July 4th Fireworks

11 May 2012

China Visas – What You Need to Know

What to do when you need a visa to China and you have not planned in advance.


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10 May 2012

Olympic Flame started its journey

Learning the story behind the Olympic torch.


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Olympic Flame for the London 2012 Games is lit in Ancient Olympia

8 May 2012

Is Greece safe? What you need to know about the Greek protests:

The Greek debt crisis has drawn a lot of attention in the media in the past two years, and this…


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Athens guard

5 March 2012

Beijing Trip Planners: Bespoke Beijing

We were delighted to meet Sarah and Tom from Bespoke Beijing a few weeks ago over plates of dumplings, noodles,…


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Beijing guidebook

24 February 2012

Slow Berlin, An Urban Appreciation

On April 22 we are running our Divided City tour of Berlin for €1 per person in honor of Slow…


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a tour of Berlin focused on the cold war

22 January 2012

Why We Became a B Corp

Context began as a protest. I love travel. But, to be honest, I hate the travel industry, which is one…


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B Corporations logo

18 January 2012

Travelling with Disaster: What happens when mother nature changes your plans

Spending my share of time in Florida and the east coast of the United States, I’ve lived through tropical storms…


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