Posts tagged "archaeological tours"
Meet our Team: Olivier Henry

Meet our Team: Olivier Henry

In our new series of blog posts, we are getting up close and personal with the guides, the staff and other people you may know from Peter Sommer Travels’ website and brochures, and some whom you might never have heard about before. In our second instalment, we would like to introduce you to Olivier Henry....
New: Peter Sommer Travels in German

New: Peter Sommer Travels in German

It’s been a while since we last posted on this blog. The reason is simple enough. We’ve been very very busy. January is always a highly dynamic time for bookings (and has certainly proved to be so once again), but this year, an exciting – and at times exhausting –  element has required our attention....
Miletus Museum reopened

Miletus Museum reopened

News? Isn’t Peter Sommer Travels principally about archaeology, history and ancient culture, in other words about old things? Of course we are, but since summer 2011, our gulet cruises between Halicarnassus and Ephesus in Turkey, one of the heartlands of ancient Greek culture in Anatolia have changed, subtly but significantly, as the result of something...
New Travel Brochure

New Travel Brochure

We are absolutely delighted to unveil our new brochure. It’s always a special moment for us when the brochures come back from the printers gleaming after so much time and effort has been spent preparing them.   2011 marked my 15th year of organising and leading archaeological tours. At the beginning, Peter Sommer Travels was...
Family Gulet Cruises: A Chance for Cultural Adventures

Family Gulet Cruises: A Chance for Cultural Adventures

Simply the best  (or why our family cruises are a perfect experience for people of all ages ) “Look, mum – I’m using all the spolia!” This, as I was told by the proud mother, is what a 9-year-old boy from the US said to his mother while playing in the Kids’ Corner of an...