From Athens, we will drive westwards along with the well known scenic coastal until we finally reach Corinth Canal. Corinth Canal is the one which separate the Peloponnese from the greater of Greece. We will have a short stop at Corinth Canal. From there In just about 10 minutes, we will reach the town of Ancient Corinth. This is the place where Saint Paul preached and lived for about two years. During the ancient times, the town of Corinth is considered as one of the richest cities in Greece due to the remains of Apollo Temple during the 6th century BC and Ancient Agora.
Afterwards we will drive by the local wine roads (more than 40 wineries are here!) Nemea. Wine was initially produced here for over 3500 years This is one of the reasons why Nemea is considered as one of the biggest winemaking regions in the greater of Greece. The place also produces some of the superb wines in the world. The well-known grape in Nemea is called Ayoryitiko wherein it is the most noble of the Greek red grapes. Apart from this, the town of Nemea is called as “Agios Georgios or St George”. In the year 1937, there is a group of wine growers who decided to establish a cooperative. In the present time, all the wine-growers in Nemea region are members of this association. Furthermore, the wine Cooperative Association has successfully equipped its installation with latest technologies and at the same time adopted advanced marketing methods to secure high position for wines future both in the country of Greece and in the world. When you decided to visit Nemea, you can be sure that you will surely love its wine making procedures and technologies. For those people who want to discover delicious wines in the world, Nemea is the ultimate place to visit and explore.
Free admission days:
Under 18 years old is FREE *6 March (except Acropolis Museum) *5 June (except Acropolis Museum) *18 April (except Acropolis Museum) *18 May (International Museums Day) *The last weekend of September annually (European Heritage Days- except Acropolis museum)
Reduced admission for: *Greek citizens and citizens of other Member – States of the European Union aged over 65 years old by showing their ID card or passport. *Students of Higher Education Institutes and equivalent Schools from countries outside the EU by showing their student ID *The accompanying parents on educational visits of elementary schools.
Reservations Kindly be advised that all services are subject to availability. To book and reserve time for you, we require a deposit of 20% of the total amount. We will send you the payment details when we receive your reservation and accepted. Your reservation shall be secured only following receipt of a confirmation email from us.
Driver-guide or Licensed-guide? Drivers are very experienced, friendly and knowledgeable about Greek history, mythology, and our culture. Love to share their knowledge and they will provide you with a lot of useful information but they cannot come with you inside the archaeological sites. In Greece drivers are not permitted to offer guide services within such premises, only licensed guides can and it is an extra service.
Licensed Guides Extra Seat Please note that, if you will be choosing the services of a licensed guide for FULL TIME, you will require an ADDITIONAL seat in your vehicle, since your guide will be riding with you. For example, should there be 3 persons in your party, you must select 4 persons on the menu
Cancellation Policy For Cancellation more than 48 hours before the tour, the deposit is refundable. For Late Cancellation/ Non-Show, the deposit is non-refundable. Should you, however, fail to make your appointment, for reasons beyond your control, related to the operation of your airline or cruise ship, such as strikes, prevailing weather conditions, mechanical failures, etc., you will still be refunded 100% of the paid amount.