Please find links below to a few Classical Travel Web Sites and Apps which you may find useful.
ODYSSEAS – Ministry of Culture and Sports: http://odysseus.culture.gr/index_en.html
Official Ministry Guide to Archaeological Sites & Museums
Thorikos Archaeological Research Project: https://www.thorikos.be/
Archaeological Sites of Greece: https://ancient-greece.org/archaeology.html
Time Travel Rome: https://www.timetravelrome.com/
5000 ancient sites, 300 ancient texts, 10,000 pictures. A unique Mobile App that geo-locates & describes every significant ancient Roman city, fortress, theatre, or sanctuary in Europe, Middle East as well as across North Africa.
The App is available on Google and Apple appstores.
Ancient Rome Live: https://ancientromelive.org/
A free educational learning platform for students, teachers, travellers and history lovers that presents Rome, its urban development, its monuments, the cities of its vast empire and many special topics. Ancient Rome Live covers more than 3000 years of Rome’s history.
Chart your Trip through ORBIS (the Roman Empire c.200AD ONLINE Calculator)
Official Pompeii Archaeological Site: http://pompeiisites.org/en/
Information, maps & plans for Pompeii, Boscoreale, Oplontis, Stabiae, Longola & Villa Sora.
Herculaneum – Guide, Plan and Info for Visiting the Ruins: https://www.visitpompeiivesuvius.com/en/herculaneum
The Herculaneum Society: https://www.herculaneum.ox.ac.uk/
Mycenaean Atlas Project: http://helladic.info/Usage.php#Control
Over 3,800 Bronze Age, Sub-Mycenaean & Geometric sites named and located in central & eastern Mediterranean.
“Rome Reborn”: https://www.romereborn.org/content/home-0
Intended as an educational tool, it simulates the ancient city for virtual tours. Reconstructions of many of the most famous ancient Roman locations, including the Roman Forum, the Colosseum District, the Basilica of Maxentius, the Pantheon, the Imperial Fora, and the Imperial Palace.
Free Trial Version: https://romereborn.org/content/survey-free-trial-version
Archaeological sites in Sicily. Visit Sicily official page: http://www.visitsicily.info/en/archaeological-sites-in-sicily/
Roman Sites and Roman Remains in Britain:
Roman Britain – Street Map:
A mapping tool that enables the user to view the street layouts of most major Roman settlements of the period, in addition to the main road networks that connected them.
If you know of others which could interest Teachers and Group Leaders, please let us know.