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Thessaloniki Classic City Tour
"The classic City tour includes seven hot spots of the Thessaloniki center. Pick up from the White Tower (the main landmark of the city) continue to the Archaeological Museum Agia Sofia Agios Dimitrios (Byzantine church and its crypt) and climb to the Byzantine castles. Descending the City walls (Acropolis) we pass the Galerius Arch (Kamara) the Aristotelous Square the Port of Thessaloniki and arrive back to the White Tower. Depending on customers preference we formulate a similar program. History art
From EUR120.00
 
Shore Excursion: Olympia and Pirgos City Private Tour from Katakolon Port
"Upon your arrival at the cruise port of Katakolon you will be met by your guide and vehicle (carrying a sign with your name on) right at the cruise exit. You will depart for the tour within 30 minutes after the disembarkation. Enjoy a scenic drive along the coast of Peloponnese and through the villages. you will walk through the ruins and admire the Temple of Zeus the gymnasium the hippodrome and the stadium. Continue your tour and walk a short distance in order to visit the world famous Archeological Museum of Olympia where you can admire amongst many priceless exhibits the marble statues of the Temple of Zeus and the unique statue of Hermes
From EUR93.00
 
Thessaloniki Classic City Tour
"The classic City tour includes seven hot spots of the Thessaloniki center. Pick up from the White Tower (the main landmark of the city) continue to the Archaeological Museum Agia Sofia Agios Dimitrios (Byzantine church and its crypt) and climb to the Byzantine castles. Descending the City walls (Acropolis) we pass the Galerius Arch (Kamara) the Aristotelous Square the Port of Thessaloniki and arrive back to the White Tower. Depending on customers preference we formulate a similar program. History art
From EUR120.00

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Gymnasium

The Gymnasium is the most important part of ancient Amphipolis. It is dated between the 3rd and 2nd centuries BC. The Gymnasium was the institution for the education of epheboi or boys. They trained...
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Christian Basilicas

Saint Paul visited Amphipolis in his way from Neapolis (Kavala) to Thessaloniki, and one of the first Christian communities was established here. This made Amphipolis a pilgrimage site in Early...
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The Lion of Amphipolis

The Lion of Amphipolis is a colossal sculpture which stands near the bridge over the Strymonas river. This was not its original placement, because the Lion was created to stand on top of a tomb. The...
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Hellenistic house

The Hellenistic house is near the Basilicas and the Gymnasium. It is closed by you can visit it if someone in charge comes with you and open the enclosure. The rooms are all around a central peristyle...
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Tomb of Brasidas

Amphipolis was founded as an Athenian colony, and in fact was a rich one. The Pangaeon mount provided gold, silver and other metals, which contributed to the wealth of the metropolis. During the...
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Archeological Museum

On my opinion, the archeological museum of Amfipolis is one of the best, if you have the time (and the interest) to read the complete info presented. It offers a great way of presenting the history...
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Ruins of ancient Amfipolis

Deriving its wealth both from the gold mines and the forests of the Pangaion mountain, the place, having strategic and economic importance, was colonised as Amfipolis by the Athenians in 437 BC, who...
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The Lion of Amfipolis

The colossal animal, reassembled from fragments, has been mounted on a pedestal built on the ancient foundation with blocks of the 2nd century BC dredged from the Strymon river bed, where they may...
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Áñ÷áéïëïãéêüò ÷þñïò - Archaeological site

There is not only the famous lion monument, there's much more: there are the town's walls, ancient houses, five early christian churches with wonderful mosaics, two byzantine towers, ... It's a large...
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Áñ÷áéïëïãéêü ìïõóåßï - Archaeological museum

This museum gives a lot of information about the history of Amfipoli and the region around it, and you can see many interesting things.
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