The 4-day Peloponnese Cultural Circuit, Delphi and Meteora will start from Athens and continue to the South and the region of Argolis.
Passing through the Corinth Canal, an artificial construction that separates Peloponnese from continental Greece, we arrive at Theater of Epidaurus. Built on the hillside among the pines, is considered the best preserved and the largest among the ancient theaters.
Every year during the Festival of Epidaurus classical Greek tragedy and comedy are reborn.
A short path leads to Mycenae, with its imposing Lion’s Gate, The Tomb of Agamemnon and the Cyclopean buildings, to finaly reach Ancient Olympia.
The next day we will explore the Stadium of Ancient Olympia and the temples of the birthplace of the Olympic games, before leaving to north.
We will cross over the modern bridge of Rio Antirio to head to Delphi, which the ancient Greeks considered the center of the earth, where a priestess named Pythia (Pythia), transmitted prophecies which were inspired by the god of Light and Sun, Apollo.
The next day we will head to Kalambaka so as to visit the Meteora Monasteries, where spirituality and grandeur of nature combine to offer visitors an unforgettable experience.
After this journey through time and after traveling through some of the most important and beautiful places in Greece we will head back to Athens.