Argolis A journey through history
We will leave this morning the city of Athens to drive West towards the canal of Corinth where we will stop to have a look and then continue to Myceane where some of the most impressive prehistoric monuments of Greece exist. We will climb to the ancient Mycenean Acropolis and walk through the Lion Gate and then visit what it might have been the tomb of Agamemnon. We will then continue our drive through the Argolid plain and it's orange groves to one of the most beautiful towns of Greece, the city of Nafplio, the first capital of modern greece where we will spend some time and have something to eat. Our journey will end with the visit of the ancient theatre of Epidaurus, the best preserved classical theatre where events still take place.
Throughout our journey we will cover most of the Greek history
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A full day tour in a private vehicle , driving along the coastline to the city that borrowed her name to the Mycenaean civilisation and visiting the ancient Acropolis and the prehistoric palace. Stopping to the first capital of the Greek new born state , the city of Nafplio for a snack or a light lunch and then visiting the best preserved ancient Greek theatre in Epidaurus.
At the end of the day we will also visit the ancient city of Corinth where Paul preached Christianity!
In the late afternoon returning to the city of Athens.
Meeting Point + Tour Duration
Meeting Point Options: Cruise Ship Port, Hotel
End Point Options: Cruise Ship Port, Hotel
Duration: 8 hours 30 min.
A private Mercedes van ,new and clean , non smoking ,with a professional driver.
Estimated Local Cash Needed
25 Euro - Each person for the Entrance fees to the archaeological sites and for the tolls.
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Christina did a great job on our trip to the Peloponnese. She is very friendly, knowledgable, efficient and fun to be around. She did a wonderful working around the November 17 Revolution Day activities in Athens. She was the best guide we had on our 14 day vacation.