2 Days Argolis-Olympia Tour

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Itinerary Day 1

Starting our 2 days Argolis-Olympia tour from Athens our first stop will be at the Corinth Canal, a masterpiece of engineering, built by a Hungarian company in the 19th century.

After some breathtaking pictures, we will continue the drive and we visit the Archaeological site of ancient Corinth to see the temple of Apollothe Bema where Apostle Paul was prosecuted, Roman temples, theatres, and the Museum in which you will be able to see statues of Julius Caesar, Nero, August, Sphinx, themes of 12 labors of Hercules, etc.

Then, we are heading to Mycenae which was the second civilization of Greece. You will admire the Lion’s Gate, the Cyclopean Walls, the Royal tombs, and the treasury of Atreus which was believed to belong to Agamemnon as well as the Museum.

2 Days Argolis-Olympia tour

Continuing our Argolis-Olympia tour we will visit the picturesque city of Nauplion which was the first capital of liberated Greece. There you will have free time for strolling and lunch, as well as seeing monuments like Palamidi fortress and the fortified islet of Bourtzi.

After visiting Nauplion we will drive to Epidaurus, the biggest medical center of the ancient world which was the birthplace of Asclepius, the semi-God of medicine. In the Archaeological site, you will see the exceptional ancient Theatre in acoustics worldwide, the Gymnasium, the Stadium as well as the restaurant, and the remaining Artemis temple. In the end, we will drive you back to Athens.

Then, we arrive at Olympia overnight.

Itinerary Day 2

On the morning of the Argolis Olympia tours, we will visit the birthplace of the Olympic Games that started in 776 BC in order to honor Zeus.

Inside the Museum you will see many spectacular masterpieces of the Greek ancient world such as the Hermes statue of Praxiteles, the statue of Nikethe statue of Dionysus, the amazing friezes from the temples, the famous workshop of Phidias, the helmet of Miltiades who was the General of the battle of Marathon, etc.

The monuments that you will visit inside the area are the temple of Hera that was built in 600 BC, the temple of Zeus which housed one of seven miracles of the World, the 17 meters statue of Zeus made of gold and ivory by the sculptor-Phidias. Palestra, a school of wrestling and boxing, Gymnasium, a training facility for the athletes plus bathhouses, the Stadium that could house up to 60.000 spectators, Prytaneion where officials and winners could meet, and last but not least, the Philippeion, a memorial which contained statues of king Phillip and Alexander the Great.

You will have free time for lunch and shopping after the Olympia Argolis tours, we return back to Athens and continue our Greece Athens tour.


Departure & Return Location

From Hotel or Airbnb

Departure Time

Morning from 7 till 10 AM

Price Includes

  • English speaking driver-guide
  • Pick up/drop off
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Water

Price Excludes

  • Licensed Guide
  • Entrance fees
  • Accomodation
  • Food or beverages
Good to know
  • Driver guides can not escort you inside Museums or sites. You can hire a licensed guide at an extra cost. 
  • Price is per vehicle, not per person.
  • You can choose between 3 or 4 stars hotels overnight.
  • Indicate price for 3 stars double room is 60 Euros and 80 for 4 stars hotel.
  • The entrance fee costs 8 for Corinth, 12 Euros for Mycenae, 12 for Epidaurus, and 12  Euros for Olympia.
  • Reduced admission (50%) in the winter period from Nov. 1st till March 31.
  • Free admission for up to 18 years old or seniors after 65 years old (citizens E.U). Please note that an ID or a copy is necessary.
  • Highschool & University students over 25 years old from countries of E.U. (only with ID proof)
  • Days of free admission: March 6, April 18, May 18, October 28, and last weekend of September
  • Corinth Canal
  • Temple of Apollo
  • Acropolis of Mycenae
  • Theatre of Epidaurus
  • Picturesque city of Nauplion
  • Stadium of Olympia
  • Statue of Hermes
  • Workshop of Phidias
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