Argolis 2 Day Tour from Athens

 

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$276

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Description

Explore the ancient Greece of the Argolis region in 2 days! See temples, ruins and panoramic views as you travel to Mycenae, Nafplion, Epidaurus and more.

Cancellation Policy

  • Any cancellations made between 8 business days (19:00 local time) to 1 business days (19:00 local time) prior to the activity will be subject to a charge of 20% of the total amount.
  • Any cancellations made after 08:45 local time, 1 business days prior to the activity will be subject to a charge of 100% of the total amount.

Tours

3 Star Hotel - Double / Twin Room

Enjoy a wonderful 2 days in Greece's Argolis region. Visit Mycenae, the plain of Argos, the bay of Nafplio, and the theater of Epidaurus - famous for some remarkable acoustics!

Pricing Details

Prices Starts From:01-04-2018   Ends On:01-01-2038    Available On:    Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday
Adult (Age 13 & up) $276
Special Price between 01-04-2018 to 01-01-2038 $336*$276
Child (Age 2-12) $168
Infant (Age 0-1) $0

Min/Max Quantity To Book

  • Minimum 2 tickets to be booked

Inclusion

  • Breakfast
  • Dinner
  • Accommodation fee
  • English-speaking guide

Start Timings

08:45

Duration

  • 11 (hrs) (Approx.)

Schedules

07:25:00 Pick-up at Specific Hotels in Central Athens

Day: Day1
08:45:00 Depart from Athens

Day: Day1
Corinth Canal
Connecting the Gulf of Corinth with the Aegean Sea, this canal has become an important shipping route linking Italy and Greece. Completed in 1893, the landscape of 80m high sheer cliffs is 6 km long!
Day: Day1
World Heritage Mycenae ruins
Visit the Lions' Gate, the Cyclopean Walls and the Royal Tombs - all before lunch!
Day: Day1
Nafplion
The picturesque town of Nafplion is nestled at the foot of a cliff crowned by the mighty ramparts of Palamidi Fortress. Enjoy an afternoon of free time here.
Day: Day1
Overnight in Nafplion

Day: Day1
Epidaurus
Visit the theatre (4th century B.C.) famous for its astonishing acoustics.
Day: Day2
Depart for Athens

Day: Day2
19:00:00 Drop-off at Specific Hotels in Central Athens

Day: Day2

Check In/Pickup Location Details

  • Exact time and location of your pick-up will be provided once your tour has been confirmed.

4 Star Hotel - Double / Twin Room

Enjoy a wonderful 2 days in Greece's Argolis region. Visit Mycenae, the plain of Argos, the bay of Nafplio, and the theater of Epidaurus - famous for some remarkable acoustics!

Pricing Details

Prices Starts From:01-04-2020   Ends On:01-01-2038    Available On:    Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday
Adult (Age 13 & up) $318
Special Price between 01-04-2020 to 01-01-2038 $395*$318
Child (Age 2-12) $159
Infant (Age 0-1) $0

Min/Max Quantity To Book

  • Minimum 2 tickets to be booked

Inclusion

  • Breakfast
  • Dinner
  • Accommodation fee
  • English-speaking guide

Start Timings

08:45

Duration

  • 11 (hrs) (Approx.)

Schedules

07:25:00 Pick-up at Specific Hotels in Central Athens

Day: Day1
08:45:00 Depart from Athens

Day: Day1
Corinth Canal
Connecting the Gulf of Corinth with the Aegean Sea, this canal has become an important shipping route linking Italy and Greece. Completed in 1893, the landscape of 80m high sheer cliffs is 6 km long!
Day: Day1
World Heritage Mycenae ruins
Visit the Lions' Gate, the Cyclopean Walls and the Royal Tombs - all before lunch!
Day: Day1
Nafplion
The picturesque town of Nafplion is nestled at the foot of a cliff crowned by the mighty ramparts of Palamidi Fortress. Enjoy an afternoon of free time here.
Day: Day1
Overnight in Nafplion

Day: Day1
Epidaurus
Visit the theatre (4th century B.C.) famous for its astonishing acoustics.
Day: Day2
Depart for Athens

Day: Day2
19:00:00 Drop-off at Specific Hotels in Central Athens

Day: Day2

Check In/Pickup Location Details

  • Exact time and location of your pick-up will be provided once your tour has been confirmed.

Activity Detail

Dressing & Items to Bring

  • There is a new city tax as of 01/01/2018 that must be paid by guests to the hotel upon arrival. The hotel reserves the right not to accommodate the guest if they refuse to pay the tax, as well as the right in the event of new taxes being imposed, to introduce these in accordance with Greek law.

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