Argolis. Corinth Canal - Mycenae - Epidaurus - Nafplion

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Departure from:
Athens, Attica, Loutraki

The tour begins with a stop at the Corinth Canal, which separates the mainland from the "island of Pelops" - Peloponnese. It’s the place where the myths of Hercules come to mind, as in ancient Argos the demi-god began his heroic journey. Then we will visit Mycenae - the city that gave the name of the Mycenaean civilization. After that we’ll see the first capital of the independent Greece - city of Nafplion, where the famous Greek billionaire Onassis loved to walk over picturesque waterfront. 

Nearby there is the ancient Epidaurus, famous for its ancient amphitheater with exceptional acoustics. Until now, theatrical performances of ancient Greek playwrights take place on this stage.

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