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the acropolis of Mycenae and the ancient theatre of Epidaurus

Discover the region of Argolis in the Peloponese, stoping  at the impressive Corinth Canal built in 1880 in order to connect the Aegean with the Ionian Sea.

Visit the Acropolis of Mycenae, the lion’s gate and the 3.500 years old ruins.

Stop by the sea at the neoclassical town of Nafplion, the first capital of Greece, admire the venitian castles, have lunch in a taverna and continue towards Epidaurus in order to visit the best preserved ancient theatre of Greece.

Drive back to Athens at the end of the day.



  • Guided tour of the prehistoric acropolis of Mycenae
  • Guided tour of the ancient theatre of Epidaurus
  • Stroll in the beautiful town of Nafplion by the sea
  • Stop at the Corinth Canal for pictures
  • Transportation

Not included

  • Entrance fees to the sites and museums
  • Meals and other personal expenses