If you've already seen the highlights of Athens and seek a new sightseeing realm, leave the neophytes behind for an eye-opening jaunt to Corinth. Zip by motorcoach along the Saronic Gulf coastal road to the Corinth Canal for both an impressive bridge view of the four-mile-long waterway, and a boat cruise on it. Then reboard the coach for a narrated ride through Ancient Corinth, one of antiquity's most significant and cosmopolitan towns.
• Corinth Canal: Cruise along this unforgettable marvel of 19th century marine engineering and enjoy complimentary snacks.
• Ancient Corinth: Julius Caesar, St. Paul and Nero, each spent time in this once-prominent citadel, gateway and thriving city.
• Fabled Venues: See archaeological treasures that include the Apollo Temple, Fountain of Glauke, Spring of Periander, and Lechaion Road.
What To Bring:
• SeaPass card and photo identification
• Cash (Euros) /credit cards
• Sun protection
What To Wear:
• Hat and sunglasses
• Comfortable shoes
• Consider physical fitness and medical history when selecting tour.
• Guests must be able to walk approximately one mile over varying terrain, inclines and numerous steps.
• Canal boat has upper deck.
• Drive from Piraeus to Corinth approximately 1-1/4 hours each way.
• Please note: you will not see, pass by, or visit the famous "Acropolis of Athens".
• Ongoing restorations are frequently in progress at ruins.
• Due to crowds on May 1 national holiday guides give extended commentary from exterior of sites.
• Foreign currencies not accepted in many venues.
• Tour sequence may vary.
• Depending on Canal traffic, the trip through the Canal may be made twice, and if that is the case you will return to the original starting point rather than transiting completely. There may be a short wait whilst queuing to enter the Canal.