1 day tour to Argolis
Visit Corinth canal-Mycenae-Nafplion-Epidavros
April – October, the tour is organized on Mondays-Tue-Wed-Thu & Saturdays
Nov-Mar, the tour is organized on Tue, Thu, Sat. Sites/museums close at 15:00
Argolis is one of the longest occupied regions in Greece, with evidence of Neolithic settlements. Attractions such as Agamemnon’s fortress at Mycenae, the amazing theatre of Epidaurus, and the elegant city of Nafplion, draw huge crowds of people.
Highlights: Corinth canal, the mythical fortified city of Mycenae with the Lions’ Gate, the palace of Agamemnon and the tomb of Atreus, Epidaurus, the sanctuary of Asclepius-the god of medicine, the famous for its amazing acoustics theatre of Epidaurus, and a short photo stop at the romantic and beautiful “Venetian” old city of Nafplion.
Legendary MYCENAE – founder of a civilization
Mycenae was the kingdom of mythic Agamemnon. Myths related to history have inspired poets and writers over the centuries from Homer and the Greek tragedies of the classical period. The site was uncovered in 1874 by Heinrich Schlieman, who also found and excavated the site of Troy. You enter the citadel through the famous Lions’ Gate. READ MORE….
Beautiful NAFPLION – the “Venice of Greece”
Modern architecture hasn’t spoiled the old town of Nafplion, which is a feast for the eye. It was the capital of the Greek state in the early 1830s. Here, is the first residential place for the young Bavarian Prince, Otto, the first king of the new country after the revolution against the Turks. The old town is beautiful, with old mansions and paved roads. The town’s fortresses, the Palamidi and the Acronafplia, played a key role during the war of independence. The Venetian influence is everywhere justifying the town’s name as the “Greek Venice”.READ MORE….
The Amazing open theatre of EPIDAURUS
The priests of the sanctuary of god Asclepius were excellent surgeons. The administration of the sanctuary decided to build a theatre on the ground of the sanctuary, to entertain the patients.
Today, next to the sanctuary of Asclepius, there is a small museum, displaying the instruments and tools used by the priests to perform brain operations.
1 day guided tour to Argolis
|07:30||Start the pick up from the hotels||Departure from the terminal at 08.30|
|10:00||Arrival at Corinth cana||Short photo stop|
|11:15||Arrival in ancient Mycenae||Visit ancient site & museum|
|13:00||Lunch in a local restaurant||Lunch is optional. See the price paid.|
|14:15||Drive on to "Venetian" Nafplion||Short photo stop at Nafplion|
|15:15||Arrival at the site of Epidaurus||Visit the museum & the theatre|
|18:30||Arrival in the centre of Athens||Drop off at your hotel by 19:30|
OUR DISCOUNTED OFFERS for the One day guided tour to Argolis, are:
1) For the guided tour with lunch = 87.00 €
2) For the guided tour without lunch = 80.00 €
3) For the guided tour, NO lunch and NO entrance fees = 59.00 € (enabler’s price. Click here.)
4) For the students’ enabler price, NO lunch and NO entrance fees = 49.00 €, (click for details),
All the above prices include:
– transportation by modern buses
– Pick up / drop off from your hotel or near it (See our list of hotels in the footer)
– Services of the professional tour guide all along.
– Lunch and entrance tickets are optional and depend on the price that you pay.
This 1 day Tour can be done as a private tour daily (cost shared by the passengers):
The cost of transportation, 1-4 passengers, is 260.00 euro, and for 5-8, it is 10.00 euro p.p. extra.
Entrance fees, lunch, and drinks are not included in the price and are paid locally.
Follow the steps of HOW TO MAKE a booking, and after receiving our confirmation, please, proceed to payment. When we receive the message that the money have been deposited in our bank account, we shall send you the voucher.
Last minute bookings (within last 48 hours), can be done only in our office, located on 48 Stadiou street. See our location.