Tour duration: 36 hours

1st day: Depart for the CORINTH CANAL (short stop). Drive to MYCENAE and visit the archaeological site and the tomb of Agamemnon. Through the plain of Argos proceed to Nafplion (short stop). 

Continue to EPIDAURUS and visit the ancient theatre, world famous for its outstanding acoustics. In the afternoon return to Nafplion, the first Capital of Modern Greece with its Venetian fortress of PALAMIDI and the fortified islet of BOURTZI afloat in the middle of the bay. Dinner and overnight stay in Nafplion.

2nd day: After breakafast depart for OLYMPIA, the birthplace of Olympic games, through the cities of Tripolis and Megalopolis (short stop). Visit at the archaeological site with the Temple of Hera, the temple of Zeus and the archaeological museum. 

Lunch break (not included in the price). Departure late in the afternoon and arrival at approximately 22:00 in Athens.


* NOTE: !!! Our Guides are LICENSED and Members of the Union official Guides in Athens.

** NOTE: !!! Our Drivers are Professionals and English speaking.

Vehicle, fuels, tolls (wherever exist), parking fee,
English-speaking driver, English or French-speaking
guide, accommodation of the driver and tour guide, insurance covery of the passengers up to
500,000 euro in total, VAT and all taxes.

Entrance fees in archaeological and historical sites, hotel accommodation wherever needed, beverages and meals.

*Entrance fee in Mycenae Archaeological site is 8 euro per person, paid to the guide.

**Entrance fee in Epidaurus Archaeological site is 6 euro per person, paid to the guide.

***Entrance fee in Olympia Archaeological site is 9 euro per person, paid to the guide.

*Rates per person on H/B basis, in A Class hotel:

-in Single room 110 euro
-in Double room 70 euro
-in Triple room 60 euro
paid to our driver or to our representative.

H/B basis includes Breakfast and Lunch or Dinner

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