These two incredible sites in Greece will compete with any around the world in interest and beauty.
Departing from the port of Nauplia and after a 1 1/2 hour drive, you will reach the ancient town of Corinth, where Saint Paul lived and preached for two years. During ancient times, Corinth was among the richest cities and this is quite evident by its remains, including the huge Agora (Market Place) and Apollo's Temple (6th century BC).
Corinth remains breathtaking and your imagination, while looking at this world wonder, will try to picture the history that sailed through this crevass.
After visiting Ancient Corinth, you'll proceed to Mycenae. As you enter through the famous Lion's Gate, before you is the citadel of Mycenae. Inside the cyclopean walls, to the right of the entrance, is the Grave Circle, the royal cemetery believed to contain the body of Agamemnon. Outside the walls, 400 meters from the citadel site, the startling beehive tomb of Agamemnon, known as the “Treasure of Atreus,” will enrapture you.
This tour is yet another example of the blending of historical fact and fiction. The mythology that accompanies much of Greek history makes this country utterly fascinating.
- Comfortable walking shoes are required.
- This is a private tour and you will not be combined with other travelers. Make sure to choose the appropriate pricing.
- Groups of 2 people will be transported in a pre-booked Mercedes taxi. Please note that while the vehicles are used primarily for private tours and transfer services, it is the law for the meter to be on and for the vehicle to have a taxi sign on top. You will not be expected to pay the meter.
- Please note that the Sunday Supplement also applies to the following Public Holidays in 2020: January 1; March 2nd; March 25th, April 17th-19th; May 1st; June 8th; August 15th; October 28th and December 25th and 26th.
- Supplement is per group and not per person.
Days offered: 7 days a week