Combined Trips to Athens – Classical Greece – Meteora
Above the narrow streets of Athens, the traffic and bustle of the people, raises the rock of the Acropolis with the Parthenon, the monument to eternity amid, the ephemeral life of the Greek capital. Join us to discover all the magic of the sacred rock of the Acropolis, the treasures housed in the New Acropolis Museum and the rest of the architectural wonders of yesteryear that lie between the avenues and buildings of the modern city.
Our journey in time will continue to the South and the region of Argolis.
Passing by the Corinth Canal, an artificial work that separates the Peloponnese by Continental Greece we will arrive at the Theater of Epidaurus. Built on the mountainside among the pines, it is considered the best preserved and largest among the ancient theaters.
Every year during the Festival of Epidaurus Greek tragedy and the classic Greek comedy are reborn.
A short tour takes us to Mycenae, with its imposing Lion Gate, the Tomb of Agamemnon and its Cyclopean buildings, and then to the Ancient Olympia.
The next day we will explore the Ancient Olympia Stadium and the temples of this place where the Olympic Games were born, before leaving for the North.
We will cross the modern bridge of Antirio River to go to Delphi, considered by the ancient Greeks the center of the earth, where a priestess called Pythia transmitted the oracles of Apollo, the god of light and the sun.
The next day we leave for Kalambaka and the Monasteries of Meteora where the spirituality and grandeur of nature combine to offer visitors an unforgettable experience.
After this journey through time and after having toured some of the most important and beautiful places of Greece, we go to Athens with a stop at the Thermopylae.