Enjoy a wonderful 2-day excursion to places steeped in history and get to know ancient Greece a little bit better.
Our tour will basically start from the Corinth Canal, where we’ll make a short stop to enjoy the breathtaking view. We’ll then head to ancient Corinth, to admire the Agora, the Temple of Apollo and the podium where St. Paul used to preach during his 2-year stay there.
Mycenae will be our next stop. There, we’ll get to see the Cyclopean mansory, the Treasury of Atreus, also known as the Tomb of Agamemnon and the Lion Gate, as well.
We’ll enjoy our lunch in Nafplion, a beautiful and historic town with an intense medieval style and afterwards, driving through the small scenic villages of Peloponnese, we’ll arrive at Olympia where we’ll stay overnight.
Early in the morning of the next day we’ll drive to ancient Olympia, the birthplace of the Olympic Games, a celebration of and for Zeus, held every 4 years.
There, you’ll be able to visit the Archaeological Museum and The Museum of the History of the Ancient Olympic Games.
We’ll have lunch at a traditional Greek restaurant and we’ll then head back to Athens, passing through Patras, one of the country’s largest cities.
|HIGHLIGHTS||Corinth Canal, Ancient Corinth, Mycenea, 1st Olympic Stadium, Archaeological Museum, Village of Olympia, Palamidi, Nafplion|
|TOUR DURATION||2 days|
|NOT INCLUDED||Entrance fees, drinks, meals, accommodation and /or gratuities|
- All local taxes, VAT, tolls and baggage charges are included in the rates.
- Prices are set per tour and not per person.
- Drivers will not wait for more than 60 minutes after the indicated pick-up time.
- All tours are private, personal and flexible.
Τhe driver is not permitted to enter any archaeological sites or museums with you.
Allowed to do so are only licensed guides.
In case such a service is needed, we can book a licensed guide for you.
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If those efforts nonetheless fail, the service provider shall not be held responsible.