Top attractions in Corinth
Corinth, Greece, has a long history and is enticing to tourists for its wide range of sights. Sightseeing in Corinth will allow tourists to get a peek at some of the ancient ruins of this city. Wine lovers will enjoy traveling to an area winery at Nemea and engaging in wine tasting. In ancient Corinth, visitors can also see the Temple of Apollo, the agora, and the Corinth Canal. Travelers will be able to view the spectacular coast on this guided tour and marvel at the technological prowess of the ancient Greeks. This is a great tour for taking pictures.
Visitors can also enjoy a tour to Athens on this excursion. This tour will allow participants to see Athens' art and culture and the city's varied museums, the ancient gates, and the famous Acropolis landmark. Travelers can then head on a tour of Mycenae and Epidaurus, where they can see ancient temples and tombs.
Those who want to see all of the famous historical sites in Greece should embark on a classical tour, on which they will be able to see not only Corinth, Mycenae, and Athens, but also the archaeological wonders of Olympia, Delphi, and the Peloponnese area.
What people are saying about Corinth
Guide picked us up on time from curb on busy Athens street and provided comfortable transportation to wonderful sites. He knew the area well and gave us a real sense of the ancient and modern culture. Would recommend to all interested.
Great half day trip with lots of information. Our guide was extremely knowledgeable and had a great sense of humor. The history of ancient Corinth spans so much time. You can see the temple of Apollo and the place where St. Paul spoke.
I am totally and completely sold on Get Your Guide. We used it twice, once in Mumbai and once in Athens and it truly exceeded our expectations. This Athens tour was one of the finest tours we have had in twenty years of traveling. Our guide, Odysseas Zoumatsidis, made the entire day a total experience. He was caring, intelligent, well informed and went the extra mile at every step. And our driver, Spiro, was equally attentive, opening the doors for us and adding his insights. Odysseas was superbly prepared: he brought a bag of books and other maps and historical things he has printed off and he saw that we were interested in culture and democracy and history and taught us constantly things that were fascinating. He was also very kind and went the extra mile finding us delicious food and buying us special desserts at the end. When we return to Greece we will choose him! He also represented the best in Greek people: gracious and in every way a complete gentleman. Thank you!
I would have liked to have a little more value for the price. Three of us spent $220 for information that was not much more than what we could have gotten off a free self-guided tour on the internet and only 8 Euros each for the museum entrance fee. A light lunch, or even some beverages would have been nice. A lot of money for the information. Some unfortunate inaccuracies also about the ministry of the apostle Paul in Corinth. Good...but expected more.