Sept 5th - Oct 2nd, 2021
May 29th - June 25th, 2022
Starting at $3,799
What to expect:
Get up close and personal with the Greek way of life
A better understanding of philosophical basics
Ability to explore nearby Islands
Make new friends while learning new skills and perspectives on life
Continue to work remotely with ease
Greece is calling.
A typical day may include listening to stories of prominent Greek figures, appreciating the architecture of the ancient temples you walk by as you taste local Greek delicacies. It’s hard not to feel transported back in time as you explore this ancient city laid out at the base of the Acropolis hill.
On the weekends, jet off to explore the surrounding Greek islands in all of their sun soaked splendor.
No Wifi Worries Here.
If you will be working remotely while in Athens, we’ve made sure to give you access to what you’ll need to get the job done. We have partnered with a local co-working space that can cater to a range of needs. Here you will find super fast wifi, plenty of outlets, and even private rooms in case you need to get some privacy or just spread out.
Plus, we've created partnerships with local cafes and restaurants to turn them into Sojrn Spaces - places you're always welcome to pop into to socialize, get some work done, or grab a bite to eat.
Choose your stay
The Philosophy in Greece Sojrn offers two accommodation options for your choosing.
Standard - $3,899 | A modern shared apartment in one of the coolest neighborhoods of Athens. Rooms come furnished with a double bed, Wi-Fi, a fully equipped kitchen and space to work or relax.
Private - $4,699 | A private 1 bedroom apartment that comes furnished with a double bed, Wi-Fi, a fully equipped kitchen and space to work or relax.
PS: If you sign up with someone and share a room, you each get 20% off of your Sojrn.
Dive Into Some Deep Thinking.
Across the 4 weeks of the Philosophy in Greece Chapter, we have curated experiences designed to introduce you to the world of Greek philosophy and some of its greats. Our intention is that you leave Athens feeling like you have a better understanding of some of the key philosophical ideas that have shaped our world today.
This week is all about getting settled into your new home while you become acquainted with the basics of Greek philosophy. There will be a welcome brunch as well as a guided walking tour of the city where you will uncover some of Athens best kept secrets as you become familiar with the streets of your new city.
Walking tour of Athens
Athens may be best known for being the birthplace of Ancient Greek Democracy - a modern version of which is used by many countries today. This week you will learn about the philosophy behind Ancient Democracy, as well as some of the critiques by famous Greek philosophers.
The Acropolis & Socrates Experience
Greek mythology has played a vital role in eduction as well as constructing views on morals, ethics and self worth. This week we will learn how Plato’s philosophies impacted free thinking and how our own thoughts directly influence our behaviors.
Coastal visit to the Temple of Poseidon
A strong and connected society has always been an important part of Ancient Greece. This week will focus on Aristotles and his theories around human relationships. Spend your last week in Athens reflecting on current relationships, new friendships and the overall state of society.
Learn Traditional Greek Dance
We've covered the basics so you can arrive at your new home feeling like a local.
Access to Sojrn Spaces (workspaces and partner cafes)
Excellent Wifi connection
Four included activities (one per week)
Chapter guide with pre-travel prep, important information, menu of curated optionals, and more
Two group meals
A community of chapter-mates
Access to a local host
Our Sojrn Chapters are created to cater to your needs and allow you the most amount of flexibility and control over how you spend your time and money. As such, these items are left for you to arrange at your discretion:
Meals (unless otherwise noted)
Visas and related fees
Private rooms on request
Video call booths
Printer and Scanner
Typical Greek Breakfast: 5 euro
Average restaurant lunch: 8 euro
Average dinner(w/o alcohol): 15 euro
For more information on our COVID protocols, please visit our FAQ page.