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 here!
One of the biggest rivals of ancient Athens, it 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. It houses one of the oldest Greek temples, as well a small but beautiful museum.
With massive walls 'built by giants', Mycenae is an important UNESCO World Heritage Site, the 'golden city', as Homer described it. This is where legendary King Agamemnon ruled when he led 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 capital of Greece before Athens. Now it's an ideal place for relaxed strolls and a lunch during the tour.
A car/van is provided.
Less than 72 hours (3 days) notice: full fee of cancelled tour payable.
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.