The first destination will be the Corinth Canal where you will stop briefly to enjoy the breathtaking view of ships passing by right below your feet. Afterwards, you will visit the ancient town of Corinth where St. Paul lived and preached for two years. Exclusive Minibus will then drive you to Mycenae to visit the archaeological site which includes the Acropolis of Mycenae with the massive fortification walls, the Lion Gate and the famous tomb of Agamemnon or Treasury of Atreus. You will then head towards Nafplion which used to be the first capital of Greece back in the 19th century. The picturesque seaside town with the historic centre and the Palamidi castle on top of the hill is a popular destination for the Greeks, as well. After lunch, you will visit Epidaurus and the ancient theatre, famous for its exceptional acoustics.
Delphi It is located 190 kilometres from Athens but it is worth the trip. After The Acropolis, Delphi is one of the most important and attractive archaeological sites of Greece.We depart from Athens and head northwest towards Delphi. Our journey to Delphi takes us through some marvelous countryside, and soon we reach Mount Parnassus, where we will make stops at Levadia and Arachova. These picturesque villages are also very beautiful winter resorts of the region. Both are known for their locally produced goods. From here we head towards Delphi.