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Chania is beautiful, compelling, and boasts plenty of interesting things to see and do. Here you have the six not-to-be-missed!   1. The Old Town The number one destination on your trip to Chania is the Old Town (Palia Poli) which carries a lot of history behind its beautiful stores and buildings. It used to […]
Spinalonga is a small island located on the northeast side of Crete, mostly known for being a leper colony a little after the Cretan liberation from the Ottomans in 1898. But even though the leper colony was a vital part of its history, Spinalonga has even more things to be remembered for. 1. Spinalogka’s name […]
The discovery of the royal tombs of Philip II and Alexander IV, sons of Alexander the Great and Roxane, in November 1977 is among the seminal moments of Greek archaeology. The importance of the finds and the wealth of grave goods that accompanied the illustrious dead transformed the history of ancient Greece and necessitated an […]
Strolling through the National Archaeological Museum of Madrid (known as MAN) is a journey through the history of Spain since prehistoric times. In this blog post, we offer a brief summary of 10 selected items you cannot miss on a visit to this museum, the most extensive archaeological collection in Spain.   1. Watcher Out […]
Imagine you are planning a trip to visit Hong Kong. Victoria Peak will definitely be on the top of the list, no matter how long it is and the purpose. Densely packed skyscrapers, colorful match boxes of residential complexes, and the vibrant Victoria Harbor, embellished with breathtaking landscapes, this astounding view from the highest hill […]
The history of the Sempione park began centuries ago, specifically back in 1392, when Gian Galeazzo Visconti, the Duke of Milan, ordered to surround the whole area with an extensive moat to safeguard the game. From that date till now, many curiosities and legends have been related to this beautiful oasis in the center of […]
Nestled in the heart of the Kreta Ayer district in Chinatown sits a monumental building dedicated to the veneration of the Buddha Tooth Relic. Did this Tooth actually come from Buddha? How did it get here? What is its significance in Buddhism? If you would like to be enlightened about the history, art, and practices […]
An early and intense heatwave has hit Europe, but nothing can stop us from traveling and exploring the world with Clio Muse Tours on our headphones!  Check and bookmark these fantastic beaches for a deep dive after your tour (have you checked part I?)   1. Limeni, Mani Mani, southern Peloponnese’s middle peninsula, brags a […]
June is ready to warm us up and inspire us for our summer break. With more than 450 tours in 21 countries (more coming soon, hold the line!), a Clio Muse Tour always stands by you, including the summer getaways. Discover some tremendous swim-after-tour spots (part II is on the way).   1. KAPE, Sounion […]
What do you actually know about Lindos? Have you ever heard that it is the most picturesque town on Rhodes? If not, you should probably visit Lindos, because it is more than just a pleasant experience. Lindos is situated some 40 km to the south of Rhodes and lies practically in the middle of the […]
After three years of restrictions, canceled or postponed events, and festivities worldwide, we are (almost) back to normal! Hybrid and offline celebrations might be the new thing, but physical interaction are definitely our thing.  Today, April 27, the Dutch celebrate King’s Day and are ready to be dressed in orange (see more below) and kick […]
Dubbed as the Aegean Muse, Tinos is an island of unparalleled beauty filled with history and culture. Tinos has always been a well-known destination but in the past few years, it lures more and more visitors from Greece and abroad. “Tinos. The Aegean Muse” self-guided audio tour takes you to the heart of the island […]
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