5 hours
Type of Tour

Admire the Corinth canal which connects the Aegean sea with the Ionian sea and visit ancient Corinth, the most wealthy city state of the ancient Greek world.

Pick up/drop off
English speaking driver
Free bottled water
Entrance fees
Local licensed guide in the sites
Licensed guide for the entire tour
Luxury Mercedes sedan (1-3 passengers )
Luxury Mercedes Minivan (1-7 passengers)
Luxury Mercedes Minibus (5-17 passengers)
All vehicles are non smoking
NO cancellation fee if you cancel at least 48 hours prior to your service date
  • Since all the tours we offer are private we have the flexibility to discuss with you any changes you wish to make in the itinerary.
  • During summer time because of the hot climate conditions in Greece we always suggest you to wear light clothes, bring with you a hat and sunscreen and make sure to wear non-slipper comfortable shoes due to the slippery terrain in the archaeological sites.
  • Also we always provide child seats or boosters whenever is needed with no extra cost. In case there are children between the passengers and you need a child seat we can provide it with no extra cost.

Our Corinth tour from Athens starts by driving out of the city along the scenic coastal road towards west. Our first stop is the impressive Corinth Canal where you can take pictures and enjoy the breathtaking view by walking on the bridge of the Canal.

After 20 minutes driving, we will arrive to Ancient Corinth where you will visit the archaeological site and admire the monolithic Temple of Apollo, the Pirene and Glafki fountains, the Bema where Apostle Paul was judged, the Ancient Agora, the Ancient Theater, the Roman Odeon and the archaeological museum of Corinth.

Next you will have time to enjoy a walk in the pedestrian street of ancient Corinth or do some shopping. Acrocorinth will be our next stop to take pictures of the imposing fortress and the breathtaking view of the Corinthian Gulf. The tour ends by driving you back to Athens and the place we picked you up.

  • Corinth Canal
  • Isthmia
  • Ancient Corinth (Temple of Apollo, Pirene and Glafki fountains, Bema, Corinth museum)
  • Acrocorinth
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Tour Reviews

5.00 based on 1 review
Sheri & Kirk
February 26, 2023

We had a fabulous day with Theodore visiting Corinth. What made the day for us was the wealth of knowledge he shared on the drive. We arrived well prepared to make the most of our visit. We extended the tour with a fantastic meal of beautifully prepared Greek food. Amazing day!!

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