Full Day Argolida with taxi

per group


8 h


up to 4 people

Active Days

All Week

Active Months

All Year


Travel to the ancient cities of the Peloponnese region of Greece where each city holds an extraordinary place in history. On this tour you will see ancient infrastructure dating back from the 7th century BC, the famous Corinth Canal, military strongholds that dominated Southern Greece, and lastly various art and architecture symbolizing the marks left behind by the Venetians, Byzantines, and Turks. Treasures you will never forget!


Isthmus of Corinth

Corinth Canal

Ancient Corinth



Ancient Theater of Epidaurus


Visit to each site

English speaking driver


Comfortable and luxurious vehicle

Round trip transfers from Athens

Not Included

Entrance fee tickets to sites

Licensed Guide



The Isthmus of Corinth is the narrow land bridge which connects the Peloponnese peninsula with the rest of the mainland of Greece, near the city of Corinth. The word “isthmus” comes from the Ancient Greek word for “neck” and refers to the narrowness of the land

The Corinth Canal separates the Peloponnese from the Greek mainland. The first attempt to build a canal was carried out by the tyrant Periander in the 7th century BC

A very busy trading city known as “wealthy Corinth”, the reason was its strategic location. The city was protected by the fortress Acrocorinth which overlooked the main city area. Ancient Corinth was one of the largest and most important cities of Ancient Greece, with a population of 90,000 in 400 BC

After approximately 30 minutes you will arrive to Mycenae where you will see:

Mycenae – setting of the Homeric epics, became one of the first excavated sites in Greece when archeologist Heinrich Schliemann discovered several grave mounds in the 1870’s. He called the most impressive “The Tomb of Agamemnon,” because of the wealth of golden implements found inside. The monumental tomb, whose lintel stone above the doorway weighs no less than 120 tons, is the most awe inspiring remnant of the Mycenaean civilization portrayed so meticulously in the Iliad

After approximately 30 minutes you will arrive to Nafplio where you will see:
-In the very heart of the city stands the Italianate Syntagma Square where you can admire important historic buildings and monuments.

The Palamidi Castle, which proudly stands 216 m above sea level. In order to reach it you have to climb all of its 999 steps carved into the rock.
The most photographed spot of Náfplio is Bourtzi, the Venetian small fortress standing on the rocky islet of Agioi Theodoroi.

Break for Coffee and lunch in beautiful Nafplio!

After approximately 45 minutes you will see:

The great theatre of Epidaurus:
Built in 340 BC for entertainment purposes for the patients of Asklipieio (hospital). It is one of the best preserved ancient theatres in the world!