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Ancient Corinth Guided Tour from Athens

1. Ancient Corinth Guided Tour from Athens

Starting from Athens we drive by bus westwards along the scenic coast, until we reach the Corinth Canal with its breathtaking views (short stop). Shortly thereafter we reach the ancient town of Corinth (visit) where St. Paul lived and preached for two years. Back in the ancient times, Corinth was amongst the richest cities and this is quite evident by its remains, including the huge Agora (market place) and Apollo’s Temple from the 6th century B.C. We will also do a brief stop at the site of the ancient port of Kechreai where St. Paul disembarked. Finally, return to Athens in time for lunch.

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From Athens: Half-Day Private Road Trip to Ancient Corinth

2. From Athens: Half-Day Private Road Trip to Ancient Corinth

Venture south of Athens to discover highlights of the Peloponnese. Cross the Corinth Canal to leave mainland Greece and explore Ancient Corinth - antiquity’s most powerful commercial crossroads. Corinth was the wealthiest city in all the ancient world, and a leader amongst the powerful Greek city-states. It was built at the foothills of the rocky hill of Acrocorinth, discernible from afar and a striking lookout against potential enemies coming by land or sea. Following that, visit the Archaeological Museum of Corinth where you can wander around its famous exhibits. At the conclusion of your experience, your tour guide returns you back to your accommodation in Athens.

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Athens: Day-Trip to Ancient Corinth, Hera Temple & Blue Lake

3. Athens: Day-Trip to Ancient Corinth, Hera Temple & Blue Lake

Venture South of Athens to discover highlights of the Peloponnese. Cross the Corinth Canal to leave mainland Greece and explore the Ancient Corinth, antiquity’s most powerful commercial crossroads. Starting in Ancient Corinth, the wealthiest city in all the ancient world, a leader amongst the powerful Greek city-states, built at the foothills of the rocky hill of Acrocorinth, discernible from afar, a striking lookout against potential enemies coming by land or sea, then on to Temple of Hera and Blue Lake to pay tribute to god Poseidon and the goddess Hera. Your first stop is at the Corinth canal for 15 minutes where you can take photos and have a refreshing drink. The next stop is at Akrokorinthos for 1 hour before you visit Ancient Corinth and the Archaeological Museum of Corinth for about 3 hours. Then, stop at Heraion (Sanctuary of Hera) in Perachora for about 1 hour and finally, visit the Blue Lake (Vouliagmeni Lake) for 30 minutes.

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What people are saying about Archaeological Museum of Ancient Corinth

Overall rating

4.6 / 5

based on 67 reviews

The trip was excellent, we could easily find the meeting spot, our tour guide Viki was wonderful, she shared a lot of useful information and it was nice to listen to a lot stories about Corinth, Athens and whole Greece. We totally recommend this trip!!

Outstanding tour! Our tour guide is a history savant sharing abundant details and stories. The religious history of ancient Corinth was important to us and she did not disappoint. Extraordinary experience I highly recommend to others.

Exciting excursion to Corinth with discovery of the canal and the archaeological site. Extension to the site of Eleusis and the Monastery of Daphni thanks to a super driver

Many thanks to Georgi, who took a lot of time for our trip. He responded to all of our requests and showed us a lot. thank you again

This tour was a great way to see Ancient Corinth. To get there yourself would have been difficult