Our trip from Athens to the town of Epidaurus includes the the Corinth Canal as a first stop, where we will have a short break in order to enjoy the view of the sea connection between the Saronic and the Corinthian Gulf. Walking over the Canal bridge, we can take wonderful photos or if we’re lucky we will enjoy a boat crossing over.
Moving on, we will arrive at the city of Epidaurus. We will walk through the trail to reach the ancient theatre of Epidaurus.
The theatre was built during the 4th century BC and is considered to be a jewel in terms of aesthetics and acoustics.
Epidaurus, which is amongst UNESCO World Heritage Sites, hosts a popular festival every summer, where visitors have the chance to watch both modern and ancient plays written 2,500 years ago! We will climb up to the 55th row of seats, to enjoy the acoustics and the spectacular view of the nature surroundings.
Next, finishing our tour and before heading back to Athens, we can enjoy a delicious lunch at the port of Old Epidaurus, with lots of seaside taverns or at the picturesque village of Ligourio, with the lovely small restaurants.
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Corinth Canal | Archaeological site of Corinth | Archaeological site of Mycenae | Ancient Theatre of Epidaurus
Archeological Treasures Service of Argolida | 21 052, Ligourio (Prefecture of Argolida)
Phone: (+30) 27530 22 009
Full: €12 | Reduced: €6
November to March : €6
April to October : €12
Combo Ticket : Full: €12, Reduced: €6 (including the Archeological Museum of Asklepion, Epidaurus)