Archaeological Treasures of Athens, Argolid and Corinthia

From EUR €750.00
  • Duration: 4 Days
  • Location: Athens
  • Product code: 32

Our tours are conducted round the year and are all supported and escorted by our hand-picked specialist, licensed guides.

We are passionate believers in the miracle that is Greece and are equally passionate in the design and delivery of our programmes, all of which offer perspectives which resonate with the essence of Greece and which can foment thought, arouse the imagination and inspire interesting discussions during and after our tours.

This well-researched and rewarding programme provides a deeply informative and expert introduction to the archaeological wonders of legendary regions instrumental to the civilisation of Ancient Greece : the Argolid, Corinthia, and Athens.

The target audience of this programme will typically include avid admirers and discerning connoisseurs of classical Greek archaeology, ancient history and natural beauty who would relish the experience of seeing the most evocative sites and monuments at first hand.

Accommodation is in 3+ and four-star hotels (or higher), all of which abound with character. Transportation is by modern, air-conditioned coach whilst the venues of lunch and dinner have been carefully chosen, not least with the hungry explorer in mind - but also to respect and reflect the ancient Greek tradition where eating is central to social interaction and happy bonding.

Some of the points of interest include the following. Clicking on an underlined name will open a new tab rich in information on the respective point of interest.

Aghia Marina Chapel  |  Athens Acropolis |  Athens Museum of Cycladic Art  |  Ancient Corinth  |  Ancient Epidaurus  |  Ancient Mycenae  |  Ancient Nemea  |  Ancient Tiryns  | Archaeological Museum of Nauplion  |  Argive Heraion  |  Cape Sounion  |  Corinth Canal  |  Kefalari  | Museum of Natural History of Lygourio  |  Nauplion  |  National Archaeological Museum of Athens |  New Acropolis Museum  |  Palaia Epidavros  |  Pyramid of Hellinikon  |  Pyramid of Lygourio.