A chance to discover these UNESCO-Listed Classical Sites
This 4 Days /3 Nights Classical Tour will take you to the most important historical places in Greece.
The ruins of Mycenae Archaeological Site, a fortified city from the second millennium BC, are where the well-known myth of Hercules was born. Admire the world-famous Lion’s Gate, Tomb of King Agamemnon, and Palace. Explore the breathtaking Epidaurus Ancient Theater, one of the best-preserved ancient theaters which still boasts fabulous acoustics. Visit the Sanctuary of Asklepios, the Greek god of healing.
Delphi Archaeological Site, known as the Center of the Ancient World. Explore the best historical exhibitions in the Museum of Delphi Archaeological Site and don’t miss the famous “Charioteer” and “Sphinx of Naxos”.
See with your own eyes the historical Ancient Olympia Archaeological Site, the birthplace of the Olympic Games. Stroll around the little streets of Nauplion city. Admire the breathtaking views from the Meteora Monasteries, one of the most famous man-made wonders of the Medieval World, built in the 14th century by the monks. Meet and talk to the monks and discover priceless artifacts and wall paintings…
What to Expect Itinerary:
Day 1: Athens – Mycenae – Epidaurus – Olympia
Morning departure from Athens. First, stop at Corinth Canal. Then, Mycenae Archaeological Site, with the Lion’s Gate, Agamemnon Tomb, the Cyclopean Walls, and Epidaurus Ancient Theater, famous for its remarkable acoustics. Driving to Nauplion City for a short stop. Continuous driving through the Peloponnese to Olympia. Overnight
Day 2: Ancient Olympia Archaeological Site – Delphi Archaeological Site
In the morning visit the Ancient Olympia Archaeological Site. Drive via Patras, through the channel of Antirion, and the new suspended bridge considered the longest and most modern in Europe. Reach Nafpaktos and continue to Delphi. Overnight.
Day 3: Delphi Archaeological Site – Meteora
In the morning visit the Delphi Archaeological Site and the most famous monuments, like the Temple of Apollo, the Museum of Delphi with the famous bronze Charioteer, the statue of Antinoos, the athlete Aghias, the Ancient Sanctuary and the “Opals” (Navel) of the Ancient world. Depart to Kalambaka. Overnight.
Day 4: Meteora Monasteries – Athens
In the morning, visit the breathtaking Meteora Monasteries, built on top of high rocks, providing fantastic views. In the afternoon driving via Thermopylae and Kammena Vourla, we arrive back in Athens City.