Our first stop is the Corinthian Canal, a four mile narrow cut of land connecting the waters of the Saronic with the Corinthian Gulf.
At Ancient Corinth we see all of the Greek and Roman sites: the Agora, the Temple of Apollo, the Roman Odeon, the Bema, Gallio’s Seat and the theatre.
Then we proceed to Mycenae to visit the remains of the prehistoric citadel fortified with the Cyclopean Walls, the Lionesses’ Gate, the remains of the Mycenaean Palace and the Tomb of King Agamemnon.
Our next stop is Nafplion, the first capital of modern Greece, where we stop to take pictures.
Then we continue on to visit Epidaurus: the Sanctuary of Asclepeios, ancient god of healing. We see the best-preserved ancient theatre in all of Greece, famous for the harmony of its design and the perfection of its remarkable acoustics, easily accommodating 12,000 people.
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