Follow us along and discover all the secrets of ancient Corinth; a place that has many stories to tell.
A coastal route is followed from Athens to the Corinth Canal, which connects the Gulf of Corinth to the Aegean Sea.
The next stop is made at the city of Ancient Corinth, where St. Paul lived and preached for months.
Ancient Corinth was one of the richest cities anciently, due to its great geostrategic position.
There you’ll be able to visit the Temple of Apollo (6th Century BC), the Fountain of Pirene, the Ancient Market, the Theatre and the Roman Odeon.
After lunch, a visit is made to the port of Kechreae, from where St. Paul sailed to Ephessus.
|HIGHLIGHTS||Corinth Canal, Ancient port of Kenchreai, Temple of Apollo, Roman Agora, Kechreai old port, Saint Paul Footsteps|
|NOT INCLUDED||Entrance fees, drinks, meals, accommodation and /or gratuities|
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