Corinth, Mycenae, Epidaurus and Nafplio Private Tour

By Onoufrios Dovletis
Licensed Tourist Guide


The sites can be combined in any way but not necessarily all together since that would make the tour quite long and wouldn’t provide visitors enough time for every site.


Corinth Canal

We will make a first stop to admire the impressive Corinth Canal , which connects the Aegean and the Ionian Sea. Bungee jumping is also available there!



Corinth, one of the biggest rivals of ancient Athens, was once completely destroyed by the Romans. When it was reinhabited, it became the largest city of Greece, which St. Paul visited and wrote some of his most famous epistles to. Now you can see one of the oldest temples dedicated to Apollo, as well the small but beautiful museum of Ancient Corinth.



Mycenae, with massive walls 'built by giants', is now an important UNESCO World Heritage Site but in the Bronze Age it was the 'golden city', as Homer described it. This is where legendary King Agamemnon ruled and he was in charge of the Greeks during the Trojan War. For 1,500 years, one of its vaulted tombs held the record for the biggest dome in the world!



Epidaurus, another UNESCO World Heritage Site, boasts the best-preserved ancient theatre in Greece and hosts a popular festival every summer, where visitors have the chance to watch 2,500-year-old tragedies and comedies that shaped theatre!



Nafplio, a picturesque town with imposing fortresses that Turks and Italians fought over for centuries, was the first capital of Greece before Athens. Now it provides an ideal choice for relaxed strolls and a meal during the tour.


600 EUR

per group

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Additional Information

Tour Duration

9 hours

Meeting Location

Your hotel or location.


A car/van is provided.

What’s Extra
  • Tickets to the attractions.
  • Food and drinks.
Ticket cost
  • Corinth: 8€/4€ reduced
  • Mycenae: 12€/6€ reduced
  • Epidaurus: 12€/6€ reduced


Cancellation Policy

Less than 72 hours (3 days) notice: full fee of cancelled tour payable.

  • Corinth: 1h drive from Athens (90km/55m)
  • Mycenae: 1.5h drive from Athens (120km/75m)
  • Epidaurus: 2h drive from Athens (140km/85m)
  • Nafplio: 1.5h drive from Athens (140km/85m)
Know before you go

The sites can be combined in any way but not necessarily all together since that would make the tour quite long and wouldn’t provide visitors enough time for every site.

Hi, I'm Onoufrios!

I am an Official Tourist Guide licensed by the Greek Ministry of Tourism. If you are looking for a private tour, it doesn’t get more private and personal than this, as I am not an agency but an individual guide. Keep in mind that only official guides are allowed to give tours. You can recognize us by the blue badge that we are required to wear.

Αθήνα (Athens in Greek) is where I give most of my tours. In ancient times, Greece's capital used to be pretty much the centre of.. everything! It was the birthplace of Democracy; famous philosophers, such as Socrates, Plato and Aristotle, lived and founded schools here; theatre was also born in this city-state as a ritual and that's where most of the tragedies, such as Oedipus, where performed for the first time ever! This is indeed where what we call 'western civilization' began...

For all of those reasons and more, allow yourselves a few days in Athens so that you can take it all in and visit its numerous museums (including two of the world's most important ones: the National Archaeological Museum and the Acropolis Museum), hills (Lycabettus, Pnyka, Philopappou), plenty of sites, cafés and restaurants in the old town called Plaka or other hip modern areas in the centre or by the sea. (Yees, Athens also has a lot of beaches and it's very close to actual islands!)

So don't treat this wonderful city as just a stop before you head to Greece's beautiful islands...

Athens deserves it!

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