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From Athens: Corinth and Heraion Private Tour

1. From Athens: Corinth and Heraion Private Tour

Discover the ancient and natural wonders of Corinth, all in the company of a knowledgeable guide to fill you in on the history of the area. Close to the Ancient city of Corinth, first see the large citadel of Acrocorinth. It was successively used and fortified by many conquerors like the Romans and the Byzantines. Through its imposing entrance gates, enter the castle and explore. Explore the ancient town of Corinth, one of the richest towns in Ancient Greece, where St. Paul lived and preached for 2 years. Visit the ruins of the ancient city in which you can see the remains of the Agora and one of the most outstanding monuments of pre –Roman period, the temple of Apollo. Head to Ancient Heraion and enjoy the chance to have a refreshing swim at the sanctuary's beach. For the more adventurous, have the opportunity to do some cliff-jumping from the surrounding rocks, as the sea in the sanctuary cove is both deep and clear. Visit the Malagavi Lighthouse which is situated above ancient Heraion, on the western tip of cape Malagavi in the Gulf of Corinth. One of the oldest stone lighthouses in Greece built in 1897 that is still in operation you can get to the lighthouse by walking up a small pathway. Take in the views from the lighthouse of the Corinthian gulf, the rugged coastline and Isthmus Canal.

From Athens: Olympia Private Day Trip & Temple of Zeus

2. From Athens: Olympia Private Day Trip & Temple of Zeus

Travel to the birthplace of the Olympic Games in comfort on a private day trip to ancient Olympia. Olympia is the site of the Olympic Games, the ancient Greek athletic contests that were one of the four great Panhellenic festivals. The name Olympia, in ancient Greek, means "house of the olympian gods." The Olympic Games were sacred games held every year in honor of Zeus and the other Olympian gods. They were held every four years, with one or two games every olympiad, as part of a festival to Zeus. The word "Olympiad" is derived from the name of this festival. Athletes and visitors from all over Ancient Greece came to compete in the festival and to honor Zeus. Children who did not live in Ancient Greece often learn about these games by reading books such as The Adventures of Hercules, a fictional story featuring the Greek hero Hercules and his famous twelve labors. The best-preserved ruins there include the Temple of Hera (much of which still stands), the Philippeion (a circular building with a central dome that once housed the Olympic throne), and the stadium, where many significant events took place including the first recorded Olympic games.

Athens: Corinth, Napfilio, Mycenae & Epidaurus Private Tour

3. Athens: Corinth, Napfilio, Mycenae & Epidaurus Private Tour

Argolis has a mixture of both mountainous areas as well as low plains, with some mountains reaching up to 2,000 meters and the coastline stretching over 100 kilometers. Mycenae was the citadel of Agamemnon and one of the most important cities in the ancient Greek world. Mycenae is famous for its monumental Lion Gate, which is over twenty-four meters tall and eight meters wide. Epidaurus was a wealthy city with a theater, temple, and stone amphitheater. Corinth is a city steeped in history and culture. Ancient Corinth was one of the most important cities of ancient Greece, with monuments such as the Roman-era amphitheatre and the ancient Greek temple, among other relics. The ruins of Corinth are an archaeological museum and a UNESCO World Heritage Site that comes alive with colour every day during the winter months when visitors can enjoy a guided tour of these remnants of ancient Greece. This tour you will start in the UNESCO World Heritage city of Mycenae, touring the Treasury of Atreus and its Cyclopean Walls. Then take a walk at streets of Nafplio. Then enjoy panoramic views of Bourtzi Islet in Nafplio. Finish the day in Epidaurus, discovering its beautifully-preserved UNESCO World Heritage theater.

From Athens: Olive Oil Production & Wine Private Day Trip

4. From Athens: Olive Oil Production & Wine Private Day Trip

Discover an olive oil tour in Central Greece and learn how to collect olives like the Greeks! The tours last 8 hours and take you through the history of olive oil. The olive oil tour is a guided tour consisting of a visit to an olive oil press and an experience in how to extract olives and make your own olive oil. At the start of the year, every family who owns a tree will typically have about 200 kg of olives waiting for use. There are many ways to use these olives, but there are two major ones: olive oil and ouzo. Wine is a traditional part of the Greek lifestyle. It's not only a drink but also an important part of their culture that they share with the rest of the world. The Greeks introduced wine to France and Rome in the 6th century BC, helping spread its popularity and making it available to everyone. The first bottle of wine was discovered in France by a farmer in the year 5000 BC and later on, it spread to Greece where it became common. It then took over Italy and made its way back to France. Wine's popularity has been widespread ever since.

From Athens: Private Napflio Day Trip With Wine Tasting

5. From Athens: Private Napflio Day Trip With Wine Tasting

A wine tour in Nafplio will take you to some of the most picturesque vineyards in the region, where you will enjoy a relaxing, enjoyable day among the vines. You will be picked up from your hotel or cruise ship port in Athens by your driver and personal tour guide for this private tour. The amazing highlight of this tour is The Corinth Canal which is a waterway that crosses the narrow isthmus of Corinth to link the Gulf of Corinth to the Saronic Gulf. As such, the canal separates the Greek mainland from the Peloponnese, turning it into an island. Live a unique experience and taste great Nemea wines in some of the most well known Greek wineries. Many of the vineyards you visit are owned by famous Greek family wineries, such as the Caraceni Winery that also owns part of the Hilton Hotel in Nafplio. There are many wineries in the Peloponnese, and the region is famous for its wine.The grape of choice is the red-wine made from Saperavi grapes with indigenous white wine made from Moschofilero grapes. Highlights include the Ancient Agora, Palaiokastro Monastery, Archaeological Museum and many more. 12 hours is the total duration of the tour from pick up to drop off.

Peloponnese Highlights: Epidaurus Mycenae Corinth Nafplio

6. Peloponnese Highlights: Epidaurus Mycenae Corinth Nafplio

Enjoy easy transfer to and from your accommodation with your professional guide. On this tour, you will discover everything from the engineering marvel of the Corinth Canal, to the ruins of Ancient Corinth and the Theater of Epidaurus with its amazing acoustics and the UNESCO site of Ancient Mycenae with its palace of Agamemnon. Enjoy lunch in the beautiful medieval port city of Nafplio with its views of the Venetian castle of Bourtzi. Take time to explore its many local craft shops & boutiques. Sit back in full leather comfort in a new Black Mercedes E-Class or AudiA6 with WiFi as you pass the olive fields, orchards & Aegean views of the famous Peloponnese countryside. A great option for families, small groups, and experienced travelers with flexibility to go at your own pace.

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