See the view of the Corinthian canal and pay a visit to ancient city of Corinthus
Feel the the taste of famous Greek wine labels in the place that they been made in Nemea
Visit Nafplion the first capital of modern Greece and walk through historic places and have dinner in the harbor.
This full-day tour takes in some of the most dramatic sights of the Gulf of Corinth and Peloponesse country side.
Depart Athens early and travel to the Corinth Canal, originally planned by the Roman Emperor Nero and stretching 3.9 miles (6 kilometers) from the Gulf of Corinth to the Aegean Sea. Stop to take pictures of the dramatic construction from the bridge.
Move on to the ancient city of Corinth where you will visit the famous Temple of Apollo and follow in the footsteps of Saint Paul, who taught the Corinthians the Word of God.
Continue to the birthplace of the most famous Greek wine labels and visit the wine makers with World Certificates of quality. There they will explain you the process of the wine and you will have the opportunity to taste them!!!
You will also visit Nafplio, the first capital city of modern Greece. The city became the capital of the newborn state after falling from the Ottoman Empire in 1829. Explore the city, which still retains its 19th-Century air and travel back in time as you will walk through the narrow streets past handsome houses and the city’s two landmarks, the castles of Palamidi and Bourtzi.
Stop for lunch in the harbor, before departing for our final destination in Athens.
Inclusions & Exclusions
- Hotel pick-up and drop off
- English-speaking taxi driver
- Transportation by luxury, air-conditioned Mercedes Benz taxi
- Wi-Fi internet connection on request
- Child seat on request
- Cold water
- Professional tour guide (the guidance is conducted by the taxi driver while cruising)
- Fees for the archeological sites
- Lunch and drinks
- Please wear athletic shoes to avoid slipping
- No service on Christmas Day, New Years Day, Greek Easter and National Holidays
- In case of strike by staff of the archeological sites, no entrance is permitted