Price: Starts from €60 (indicative price for a group of 10 adults)

Location: Corinth canal, Kechries (Cenchrea), Ancient Corinth, Acrocorinth

Duration: 6 hours

The bus will pick you up either at your Athens hotel, or from Plateia Eleftherias in central Athens. After about one hour, we will arrive at the Corinth canal for a 15-minute break. Our next stop is the impressive site of Ancient Corinth. It was one of the most important cities of ancient Greece! Visit the Agora and one of the most outstanding monuments of the pre-Roman period: the Temple of Apollo. The ancient town of Corinth was a necessary stop for anyone traveling between southern and northern Greece in ancient times. In Greek mythology, the city was home to Jason and Medea. In the Christian tradition, Corinth is the city where St Paul lived and preached for two years.

On the drive back to Athens, you can enjoy a short stop at Cenchrea, the port where St Paul disembarked. Ancient Cenchrea (Modern Kechries) was the ancient harbor city that served biblical Corinth. After your exploration, you will return to Athens.

Departure Point: Athens Hotel or Plateia Eleftherias 23, Athens, 10553.

Departure Time: Suggested time 9:00 am. This is a private tour. Only your group will participate. The pick-up time is adjustable upon request.

Return Details: Returns to original departure point

Price includes:

  • Bus tour
  • English-speaking guide (Greek and Chinese also available)
  • Tips for driver and guide


Price does not include:

  • Meals
  • Attraction entrance fees
  • Travel insurance