The program of this tour is quite generous as it encompasses both tours to archaeological sites and short relaxation and recreation stops. Starting from Athens, our first stop will be to Corinth, where you can admire and photograph the Corinth Canal, a project implemented by the government of Charilaos Trikoupis.
Also there, we will have enough time to enjoy a coffee. After, we continue our trip to the next station Ancient Corinth, which was considered the richest city-state of antiquity with considerable political influence in the classical period. The Temple of Apollo is the most spectacular archaeological find in the area. If the weather is favorable, then a brief stop on the beach of Kechriae will give us forces to our final destination, Ancient Mycenae. This is one of the most important archaeological sites in Greece. The city of Mycenae was already inhabited in the Neolithic period, but during the late Bronze Age Mycenaean the settlement was flourished (1350-1200 BC). The imposing walls were made of oversize boulders and are preserved today in excellent condition. The Cyclopean Walls, the Lion Gate, the royal tombs, including Agamemnon and Clytemnestra, and the Treasure of Atreus are some of the interesting archaeological discoveries that will meet during our tour.