Australian archeologists coming to Greece!
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The Australian Archaeological Institute of Athens is conducting an exclusive tour to Greece from September 29 through to October 3. The 17-day expedition headed by professional archeologists Helen Nicholson and Archondia Thanos highlights fieldwork undertaken by Australian archeologists in Greece since the Sixties. Destination highlights include Athens, Thessaloniki, Santorini, Zagora and Torone.
The maximum gruop size is 18 and will be kept intimate to give visitors the chance to meet Australian team members up close and personal. They will get the chance to go behind the scenes of current archeology in Greece and also relax in areas off the tourist track on the Sithonia Peninsula.
The tour costs $7,450 (AUS) and includes domestic flights within Greece.
More info and bookings from Sydney at email@example.com or call Sydney number (02) 9351 4759.