Explore fantastic Greece's UNESCO World Heritage sites with this holiday package!. Discover Athens (the cradle of civilization and home of democracy; topped with ancient Acropolis and its colonnaded Parthenon Temple); after that, visit ancient Corinth (most known for being a city-state that, at one time, had control of two strategic ports and now famous for its Archaeological Sites). From there continue to the first capital of Greece, Nafplion (famous for its listed architecture and majestic Venetian Castles like Palamidi Fortress and Bourtzi Castle and its romantic atmosphere). Come back to Athens for a last night stay before returning home. Enjoy private transfers with stops at these attractions: Corinth Canal, Mycenae and Castle of Acrocorinth. This is a flexible vacation package. Select your number of nights in each city, desired hotel and activities.
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Athens - Nafplion: 2 hrs. 40 mins. approx.Nafplion - Olympia: 2 hrs. 45 mins approx.Olympia - Delphi: 3 hrs. approx.
Delphi - Athens: 2 hrs 30 mins. approx.
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