This tour includes the region of Argolida located in the north-east Peloponnese, which boasts many interesting sights. Starting early in the morning from Athens, after about 1 and a half hours we will reach the Corinth canal, which connects the Aegean sea with the Corinthian Gulf and the Ionian sea. We will visit the indoor and outdoor museum of Corinth, an important city of the past due to its location and 2 ports. About 30 minutes after ancient Corinth, thru olive trees, orange trees and vineyards, we reach the town of Mycenae, the region where the Mycenae civilization developed between 1600-1100 BC. We will visit the Mycenae Acropolis known for the gate of ten lions and the Cyclopean walls. Mycenae was the kingdom of Agamemnon, who was the leader of Greeks in the Trojan war, well-known through Homer’s poems. In the same location there is a museum and close by the magnificent tomb of Agamemnon. Mycenae is also a world heritage site by UNESCO. Half an hour away it’s the picturesque seaside town of Nafplio, hosting the imposing castle of Palamidi. Nafplio was the first capital of contemporary Greece between 1823-1833. Free time for lunch. Next stop before Athens is the theatre of Epidauros, the sanctuary of Asclepius, which was a therapeutic center of antiquity. The ancient theatre was built 3 centuries before Christ, with a capacity of 13000 people. It is still used in summer for theatrical plays and visitors can admire the wonderful acoustics of the theatre.

Duration: 10 hours
Price:       350 €
*Not included: Entrance fees and transfers to/from airport

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