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The Corinth Canal
The Corinth Canal
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The Lions Gate at Mycenae
The Lions Gate at Mycenae
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The Treasury of Atreus in Mycenae
The Treasury of Atreus in Mycenae
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The Abaton of Epidaurus
The Abaton of Epidaurus
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The ancient theater of Epidaurus
The ancient theater of Epidaurus
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The ancient Epidaurus
The ancient Epidaurus
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Corinth, Mycenae, Epidaurus Full Day Private Tour From Athens

Traveling by road from the east coast of Attica, we arrive at the Corinth Canal, a waterway that artificial linking the gulf of Corinth with the Aegean sea by the isthmus of Corinth, opening up this track to maritime transport and separating the Peloponnese from the rest of Greece (brief stop for photos). Arrival in the archaeological zone of Mycenae, in the greatness of the Mycenaean civilization, one of the most important of the ancient world. According to mythology, it was built by Perseus with the help of the Cyclops. There you can stroll through the Acropolis whose formidable walls are 13 m high by 7m in thickness. You'll pass through the Gate of the Lions, the Royal Palace, and the tombs of their Kings, the tanker and its 99 steps underground. You can also visit the Archaeological Museum and the tomb of Agamemnon, one of the masterpieces of the Mycenaean architecture. After we will take you to the spectacular ancient theater at Epidaurus where still continue representations of theatrical works during the summer, built in the IV century A. C. by Polykleitos the Younger, has a circular stage of 20 meters in diameter, has 55 rows of seats and can accommodate up to 16 000 spectators. He was also one of the most important peregrination centers of the antiquity already that there was the most famous shrine dedicated to Asclepius, son of Apollo, the god of medicine. Return to Athens by the National road connecting Epidaurus with Corinth. Lunch at a Greek local restaurant in Mycenae. 

 

Additional information

Peloponnese Peninsula, the most authentic Greece

From the Bronze Age to the Classical Period and the modern history of Greece

Visit the impressive Canal of Corinth, brief stop for photos

Visit the archaeological site of Mycenae

Visit the Ancient Theatre of Epidaurus

Professional English speaking driver

Tour Guide (Service optional)

Tour duration 8hrs approx

Entries at Archaeological sites Museums are not included

Tickets:
Mycenae: Museum and Archaeological Site: full 12€ / reduced 6€

Epidaurus: Museum and Archaeological Site: full 12€ / reduced 6€

Free Admission Days

April 18 - International Monuments Day

May 18 - International Museum Day

The last weekend of September each year (European Cultural Heritage Days)

Pricing

 

The prices are per vehicle and not per person

It depends on the type of vehicle (taxi, minivan, minibus)

Pick up and drop off at (Hotel / Airbnb) in Athens

(Airport or places outside of the city may have an extra charge)

Extra charge for accommodation in case of Multi-Day Tour

Tours do not include meals and drinks

Tour Guide (Service optional)

Our company will provide you with a Licensed Tour Guide at an additional cost

Cancellation Policy

100% refund in case of canceling 5 days before the service

50% refund in case of canceling 24 hours before the service

No refund in case of canceling the last 24 hours before the tour

or in case of no showing without notice

100% refund in case you have to cancel a service due to force majeure

(flight cancellation, cruise ship didn’t dock or for health issues)

Do not hesitate to request changes to the itinerary.
We can customize the itinerary as you wish.

 

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