The Corinth Canal, Mycenae, the city of Agamemnon, recited by Homer, Nafplion the first capital of modern Greece and Epidaurus Theatre
Departure for Argolis, after a short stop at the famous Corinth canal, an engineering marvel of the 19th century, we continue to the fabled Mycenae, the city of Agamemnon, that gives us an idea of a civilization recited by Homer, that flourished over 3.000 years ago. We arrive at Nafplion the first capital of modern Greece, between 1829 and 1834. An important port from the ancient times, the city maintains the aura of its noble past, with the traditional houses, the neoclassic state buildings and the pedestrian streets, that take us back in time.
In the afternoon we follow the scenic seaside route that leads us to the famous Theater of Epidaurus, still serving as an open air theater in the summer, attracting Greek and international stars. Take your chance to be an actor even just for an afternoon. Late afternoon arrival Athens.
Includes visit of Mycenae with official guide.
Transfer services with taxi or mini bus
Does not include entrance fees to Mycenae (12 Euros per person/adults) and Epidaurus (12 Euros per person/adults). From Nov 1 till March 31 most national sites offer discounted tickets
|1 – 3 persons
|4 – 7 persons
|From 450 €
|From 580 €