Full Day Tour to Argolid




This rich and varied tour departs the hotel in the early morning by air-conditioned motor coach for the Argolid, an area in the northern part of the Peloponnese, which played a major role in the history of Greece dating back to 1500 B.C.

The tour will include a number of very different highlights, making this truly one – of – a- kind experience in Greece. Included in the tour are: Corinth Canal –

The Peloponnese Peninsula is connected with the Greek mainland BY A narrow bridge, which spans the Corinth Canal. Built between 1882 and 1893, this canal was cut through 262 vertical feet of rock to form a water passage 4 miles long, 75 feet wide and 26 feet deep.

Today, as then, provides a quick link between the Ionian and Aegean Seas. Mycenae – Up until it was destroyed by fire in 11100 B.C., the fortified city Mycenae was the most powerful, brilliant and sovereign influence in Greece. The Acropolis offers a commanding view of valley and sea beyond, and is entered through the Lion Gate, the oldest example of monumental sculpture in Europe. Inside the fortress walls archaeologist have uncover the original palace complex, the royal graves and a number of houses, sanctuaries and other buildings.

On a nearby hill the excavations have also uncovered the most strumming edifice of Mycenaean architecture, the treasury of Atreus, also known as the Beehive Tomb of Agamemnon.

A Greek- style lunch will be enjoyed nearby.

Nafplion – One of the loveliest towns in all Greece, the old section is known for its neoclassical houses with wooden balconies, picturesque streets, Turkish fountains and its Constitution Square with its fascinating mosques and innumerable outdoor cafes.

Epidauros – Built against the lower slopes in a beautiful setting, the Theater of Epidauros is the most famous and best preserved of all the ancient theaters in Greece. Made of limestone, the theater seats 14,000 people and is still used for performances today.  

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