Book a Mycenae Epidaurus Nafplio Tour of 2 days from Athens, with Hotel & with half board included, and Skip the Line!
Book this 2 day Tour from Athens to Mycenae, Epidaurus and Nafplio, with hotel and half board included, get to know the best of Nafplio, the first capital of modern Greece combined with a visit at two UNESCO’S world heritage monuments Mycenae & Epidaurus and Skip the Line!
Mycenae, the archaeological site and the tomb of Agamemnon
Nafplio, the majestic Venetian fortress of Palamidi, the Old Mosque, Vouleftikon and the fortress of Mpourtzi
Epidaurus and the ancient theatre
Participants in this tour will have an afternoon and a morning free in order to see more of the picturesque town of Nauplion that the Venetians called “Naples of Greece”.
Enjoy strolling around the picturesque old town, explore the Palamidi fortress or have a coffee beside the sea viewing the impressive Bourtzi islet.
We leave Athens and head towards the Corinth canal (shortstop).
Continue to Mycenae and visit the archaeological site and the tomb of Agamemnon.
We learn about the classical Greek culture as we walk through this impressive site.
Lunch in Mycenae.
We Proceed to the beautiful town of Nauplio. The afternoon is free for you for a visit to the majestic Venetian fortress of Palamidi crowning the city or alternatively go for a refreshing swim.
Don’t miss also the opportunity to visit important landmarks such as the Old Mosque, Vouleftikon and harbor island fortress of Mpourtzi.
Overnight in Nauplio.
We spent the next morning at your leisure for a walk to the old city with its beautiful neoclassic houses.
Meander along picturesque lanes and stepped streets; pass handsome mansions and flower-filled balconies; and discover examples of the city’s Frankish, Venetian and Ottoman periods.
Around noon we depart for Epidaurus and visit the ancient theatre.
The UNESCO’S world heritage listed monument is reputed to be the birthplace of Apollo’s son Asklepios, the healer and was the most celebrated healing center of the classical world.
Epidaurus is probably most famous for its theatre, one of the best-preserved classical Greek buildings and still used today due to its amazing acoustics.
Your tour ends back to Athens late in the afternoon.