Trip To Peloponnese

Trip To Peloponnese

This 9 hours trip (ALL ABOUT PELOPONNESE ) has exactly what a visitor need to see from Pelloponissos and a few historical sites as well as a tasting session . The tour is fully customizable according to the traveler needs. Our drivers are fluent English speakers with the knowledge to guide you through the history paths of the sites and cities of Pelloponissos.

Trip To Peloponnese

390€/4 person
Duration: 9 Hours
June 2024
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This 9 hours trip (ALL ABOUT PELLOPONISOS ) has exactly what a visitor need to see from Pelloponissos  and a few historical sites as well as a tasting session . The tour is fully customizable according to the traveler needs. Our drivers are fluent English speakers with the knowledge to guide you through the history paths of the sites and cities of Pelloponissos. The trip includes not only the sights but the the sensation of Greek way of life with a stop at a winery for  wine tasting and a fantastic lunch or dinner that we be unforgettable The trip is very comfortable with luxurious cars and is from 1 to 4 persons.

Special considerations
The trip can be extended according to the travellers needs , for every extra hour there is additional charge of 30 euro.

Day Trip From Athens

Our driver will pick you up from your hotel or your apartment.

Corinth Canal

The Corinth Canal is a famous waterway located in Greece. It connects the Gulf of Corinth in the Ionian Sea with the Saronic Gulf in the Aegean Sea. The canal effectively separates the Greek mainland from the Peloponnese Peninsula.The idea of creating a canal through the Isthmus of Corinth dates back to ancient times. However, it wasn't until the late 19th century that the modern Corinth Canal was built. Construction began in the late 19th century and was completed in 1893.The canal has become a popular tourist attraction in Greece. Visitors can take boat tours to experience the impressive cliffs and rock walls that line the canal. It's also a common spot for bungee jumping.Dimensions: The canal is approximately 6.3 kilometers (3.9 miles) in length. Its width varies, but it's only about 25 meters (82 feet) wide at its narrowest point. This narrow width restricts the size of ships that can pass through.

Ancient Corinth

The ancient city of Corinth was a prominent and influential city-state in ancient Greece. It was situated on the narrow stretch of land known as the Isthmus of Corinth, which connects the Peloponnese Peninsula to mainland Greece. This strategic location made Corinth a hub of trade and commerce and allowed it to control access to both the Aegean Sea and the Ionian Sea.  In Greek mythology, Corinth was believed to have been founded by the hero Sisyphus, and later, it was associated with the goddess Aphrodite. The city is also mentioned in various Greek myths and legends.The location of Corinth made it a vital center for trade and transportation, as it controlled the land route between the northern and southern parts of Greece. Ships that didn't want to sail around the perilous southern tip of the Peloponnese would be transported on wheeled platforms across the isthmus, a process known as "Diolkos."

Acrocorinth

Acrocorinth , also known as Akrokorinth or Akropolis, is the ancient acropolis (fortified citadel) of the city of Corinth in Greece. It is located on a steep, rocky hill overlooking the ancient city and the narrow stretch of land known as the Isthmus of Corinth. Acrocorinth played a crucial role in the defense of the city and was a strategic military stronghold throughout its history.Acrocorinth is strategically positioned atop a 575-meter-high (1,886 feet) hill, providing a commanding view of the surrounding area, including the city of Corinth, the Isthmus of Corinth, and both the Saronic Gulf and the Gulf of Corinth. Its location made it an ideal defensive position.oday, Acrocorinth is an archaeological site and a popular tourist attraction. Visitors can explore the well-preserved ruins of the acropolis, including the fortifications, gates, cisterns, and the remains of the Temple of Aphrodite. The panoramic views from the summit are also a major draw for tourists.

Wine tasting (Nemea)
Wine Tasting Experience

As most of the travelers say this part of the trip might be the most important one. It includes a visit to a fantastic winery combined with a lunch and wine tasting session with a panoramic view Its really a rewarding experience.

Mycenae
Mycenae is an ancient archaeological site located in the northeastern part of the Peloponnese Peninsula in Greece. It is one of the most significant archaeological sites in Greece and is known for its historical and cultural importance.Mykines was a major center of the Mycenaean civilization, which flourished during the late Bronze Age, around the 16th to 12th centuries BC. The Mycenaean civilization is known for its advanced culture and impressive fortifications. Mykines is famous for its iconic Lion Gate, a monumental entrance to the ancient city. The gate features two large stone lions standing upright and was an important symbol of Mycenaean power and influence.: The site includes a well-preserved citadel, known as the Acropolis, which was fortified with massive stone walls. These walls were constructed using a technique known as Cyclopean masonry, where massive stones are fit together without the use of mortar: Mykines is known for its royal tombs, which have been discovered in the vicinity of the site. The most famous of these tombs is known as the Treasury of Atreus or the Tomb of Agamemnon, although it is not definitively associated with the mythical figures.
Nafplio

Nafplio is a combination of historical significance, architectural beauty, and scenic coastal location makes it a favorite among travelers to Greece. It is easily accessible from Athens, and its proximity to ancient archaeological sites like Mycenae and Epidaurus makes it a convenient base for exploring the history and culture of the Peloponnese.Nafplio was the first capital of modern Greece after the country's War of Independence in the 19th century. The first governor of Greece, Ioannis Kapodistrias, established his provisional government in Nafplio. The town served as the capital from 1829 to 1834.

Epidavros
Epidavros is a place of historical, cultural, and architectural significance. Its ancient theater is a testament to the achievements of ancient Greek architecture and engineering, and the entire site offers a unique opportunity to step back in time and explore the world of ancient healing and worship. The archaeological site of Epidavros includes the theater, the sanctuary of Asclepius, the Tholos, and various other ruins and structures from antiquity. It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and a popular destination for tourists and history enthusiasts.

  • All taxes, fees and handling charges
  • Hotel pickup and dropoff
  • Free wifi on board
  • Fuel and tolls
  • Entrance fees for all attractions
  • Tips and gratuities
  • Official Tour Guide

( This is a guided trip and our drivers are knowledgeable about the areas you will visit and they will provide you with basic info about the sights, but In case you want to have a professional tour guide with you, this can be done by arrangement for an additional fee)

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