Ancient Corinth Tour

Wander between ancient remnants and travel back in time!
Duration:
Half Day
Destinations:
Ruins of the Temple of Apollo, ancient Corinth archaeological site
per person 62

This amazing half day tour to Ancient Corinth will show you the famous Corinth Canal, the town of Corinth with its ancient market place and Apollo's Temple.

April to October:
Every Monday and Friday from 21/4 to 20/10 (English - only)

62 € per person

Leave Athens and drive south west to the Corinth Canal which connects the Aegean with the Ionian Sea (short stop).
Drive on to visit Ancient Corinth where St. Paul lived and preached for two years.
The remains of the city, which include the Agora (market place) and Apollo's Temple (6th century B.C.) clearly show how rich and important Corinth was in ancient times.
A short stop at the sites of the ancient port of Kehries, where St. Paul disembarked, will conclude the visit. Return to Athens.

Departure approximately  at 08:45 - Return approximately at 14:00

  • Entrance fees to the Archaeological Sites
  • Professional guide
  • Transport by luxury air-conditioned coach
  • Pick up / drop off service from most of the hotels in Athens
  • All taxes

Not included:

  • Your international airfare
  • Personal expenses, beverages at lunch and / or dinner
  • Customary tips to your drivers, guides and escorts
  • VISA expenses
  • This tour includes a complimentary pick-up / drop-off service from your hotel or other predefined spots in Athens and surrounding areas. Maximum duration of this service to gather tour participants is approximately 1 hour. Thus, pick-up time varies for each guest and will be promptly provided by your personal agent.
  • Clients staying at the coast will be transferred back to their hotels around 15.00 with the Cape Sounion tour bus.
  • The tour will not be materialized on the following dates:
    • December 25, 2016
    • December 26, 2016
    • January 01, 2017
    • March 25, 2017
    • April 16, 2017
    • May 01, 2017
    • December 25, 2017
    • December 26, 2017