Category: Mediterranean

The Mysteries of Giza, Egypt

The Great Sphinx is located in Giza, Egypt and is located just outside of Cairo, Egypt, on the other side of the Nile.

The City Built of Rock – Petra, Jordan

The city of Petra is known for being built and carved into the surrounding rock. This ancient city, located in the southwestern desert of the country, is surrounded by mountains with plenty of passages and […]

Top 7 Sites On Your Egypt Tour

With sights that are older than many countries, Egypt has enough history and beauty to leave any visitor happy and fulfilled.

Experience More of Israel … for Less

Gate 1 Travel knows Israel like no other travel company. Thanks to our longstanding and enduring relationships throughout the country, we can offer an unmatched experience that provides endless insight into its natural and cultural […]

The Pristine Beauty of Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates

The Sheikh Zayed Mosque is located in Abu Dhabi, the modern capital of the United Arab Emirates.

The Perks of Work: Employee Travel Testimonial – Dubai & Abu Dhabi

Dubai and Abu Dhabi are hugely popular travel locations with a rich history, stunning culture, beautiful buildings and friendly people.

Food & Wine of Greece

Greece is no stranger to cuisine. In fact, it was a Greek, Archestratos, who wrote the first cookbook in history, in 320 B.C. Today, the Mediterranean diet consistently wins praise for its proven health benefits. […]

Corfu: Fit for a Queen

Ancient poet Homer praised the Greek island of Corfu as “rich and beautiful.” About 2,500 years later, the Ionian Sea gem still boasts plenty to rhapsodize about. Inland, the rolling countryside is home to quaint […]

The Spirit Soars to New Heights at Meteora

On the Plain of Thessaly, a series of sandstone pillars soar into the air more than a thousand feet above the rest of the landscape. For a band of hermitic monks in the 9th century, […]

The Irresistible Allure of Greece

The Cradle of Civilization Is as Magnificent as Ever It is no secret that Greece has long danced to its own rhythm. One would expect nothing less from the place where western civilization itself was […]