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Ancient Corinth and Mycenae Private tour from Corinth
"We pick you up from any place (your hotel train station bus station) in Corinth region. Our first stop is the Canal of Corinth with 30 minutes waiting time to enjoy the amazing view from a bridge 79 meters above sea level to take your photos. After that we head to Ancient Corinth where you will see the archaeological site of the ancient town and the museum located inside the site. Here you will have one hour to explore the Apollo temple the fountain of Pirene the market place
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Ancient Corinth Private Tour from Corinth
"We pick you up from any place (your hotel train station bus station) in Corinth region. Our first stop is the Canal of Corinth with 30 minutes waiting time to enjoy the amazing view from the bridge 79 meters above sea level and take your photos. Our next stop is the Ancient Diolkos with 30 minutes waiting time to see the view from the sub-ducting bridge at the start of the channel and the paved road. After that we head to Ancien located inside the site. Here you will have one hour to explore the Apollo temple the fountain of Pirene the market place
From EUR100.00
 
Loutraki Private tour from Corinth
"We pick you up from any place (your hotel train station bus station) in Corinth region. Our first stop is the Canal of Corinth with 30 minutes waiting time to enjoy the amazing view from the bridge 79 meters above sea level and take your photos. Our next stop is the famοus Loutraki city. Loutraki is ideal for breakfast or a coffee by the beach. You can also visit the town market and buy souvenirs or local products. You have 1 hour t located on the mountain of Gerania at an altitude of 650 meters. You have 45 minutes here to visit the monastery and enjoy the fantastic view. The next stop is the Heraion of Perachora a sanctuary of the goddess Hera. In addition to a temple of Hera of unusual construction and antiquity
From EUR125.00

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Views up the Corinth Canal from the entrance

Down at the northwestern end of the Corinth Canal where it meets the Gulf of Korinthos, are views up the canal and where you can see the remains of the ancient diolkos which was a paved road where...
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Ancient Diolkos

At the north-western/Korinthos end of the canal, where the canal enters the isthmus from the Gulf of Korinthos, are signs that point out remains of the Ancient Diolkos - a paved way along which a...
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Corinth canal cruises

I didnt do this but there were a number of advertisements about for cruises through the canal plus there were boats going through the canal that were obviously tourist boats.So this would be a great...
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Corinth canal cruises

I didnt do this but there were a number of advertisements about for cruises through the canal plus there were boats going through the canal that were obviously tourist boats.So this would be a great...
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The modern canal

The modern canal was dug between 1882 and 1893. It is 6343 meters long and 21 meters wide. The story of the modern digging is not absolutely clear and various sources give somehow contradictory...
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Corinth in the Antiquity

Already in the the 6th century BC, boats were transported on wagons across the isthmus on a special paved road. Alternatively, goods were unloaded and transported across the isthmus.In 67 AD, Nero...
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Why a canal in Corinth ?

If you look at the map the importance of digging a canal into the Corinth isthmus to connect the gulf of Corinth in the Ionion sea and the Saronic gulf in the Egean sea is obvious.The purple line is...
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Corinth Canal Bridges

I’ve counted 6 bridges across the Canal. We were brought to the Old Motorway Bridge because it’s situated almost at the middle of the Canal and the most fascinating views are opening from...
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Corinth Canal

Passing through Corinth to go somewhere else we crossed over the Corith Canal. Now many years later I have no idea where we were going but the canal stays in my memory forever as the most impressive...
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Take a plunge

Less than a km from the very centre, the Kalamia beach is a cool spot for summer months. Swimmable water inside and a promenade complete with cafes and eating places outside. Sunset views are...
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Korinthus ruins

The ruins of Ancient Korinth, 7km from the modern city, are the main reason most travellers come here. Ancient Korinth, featres a number of ruins, the most notable being the Temple of Apollo, dating...
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Acros Corinth

The high fortress of Acros Corinth absolutely is a must to visit when you come to Corinth. It's a 575 metres high hill, overlooking the wide surroundings of the city. The oldest parts of the walls of...
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Ancient Corinth

In Ancient times, Corinth was one of the most important cities of Greece. It ruled because it had a very important position at two gulfs, at both sides of the Peloponesos. It was right in between...
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The Canal of Corinth

The ideas of making this famous canal are very old. The first digging started by the Roman emperor Nero in the year 66. He started with a golden spade. After him, 6.000 jewish labours were forced to...
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VRAHATI - CORINTH 20006,PELOPONNESE, Peloponnese,
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16 Ethnikis Andistasis Street, Loutraki, Corinth,
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3 Lanbrou Katsoni, Loutraki, Corinth, Prefecture o
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Loutraki, , Corinth, Prefecture of Corinth 20300
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18 Pirinis, , Corinth, Prefecture of Corinth GR203
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"1st Day in Greece!"
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Kuznetsov_Sergey

"Corinth Canal on the way to Argolida"
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mindcrime

"Passage to Peloponese"
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JLBG

"Corinth, an isthmus and a canal."
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"Corinth, gateway to the Peloponnesos"
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