Isthmus – Ancient Corinth – Nemea
This short trip from Athens offers relaxation and recreation in the archaeological site of Ancient Corinth and the city of Nemea.
At the beginning of our trip we will make a stop at the Corinth Canal. There, we will have the opportunity to photograph the canal and enjoy a coffee.
The next stop is ancient Corinth, a city with significant political and commercial power during the classical period of antiquity. The Temple of Apollo is the most impressive archaeological site in the area. Over time, the city has become well-known thanks to St. Paul’s visit to carry out Christian teaching.
After Corinth we will drive to the city of Nemea. The area of Nemea is the largest wine-growing region of Greece, which has been producing the famous wines of Nemea since antiquity.
In Nemea we will stay for lunch and taste the delicious varieties of local wine.
* All our prices include all legal fees and taxes (fuel, luggage, tolls)
* Lunch, drinks and entrance tickets for museums/archaeological sites, are not included in the original price.
Price: 200€ (1-3 persons). Extra persons after 3rd: +20€ per person (4-6).