THE HIGHLIGHTS OF GREECE
Ancient Agora site and museum (with archaeological guide):
The ancient agora is one of the best known examples in Greece. Students of classics and ancient history can explore an open-air museum displaying the buildings and structures that made up this important Athenian place of assembly.
Visit the New Acropolis Museum
The Acropolis Museum is an archaeological museum focused on the findings of the archaeological site of the Acropolis of Athens.
Full-Day cruise to three beautiful islands Hydra-Poros-Aegina
Visit three gorgeous Greek Islands in one day on an island-hopping cruise from Athens! Visiting the Saronic Islands of Hydra, Poros and Aegina
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Delphi Archaeological Site, Delphi Archaeological Museum, the Great Oracle and Cult of Apollo (with archaeological guide)
Visit the iconic archaeological sites of Delphi– a unique artistic roman achievement. Situated in a magnificent natural setting which is still intact, it is an outstanding example of a great Pan-Hellenic sanctuary.
Tolon, Epidavros visit site and museum (with archaeological guide)
The ancient ruins of Epidavros pay testament to the Greek’s commitment to the gods of healing as well as providing fantastic examples of Classic architecture. The Sanctuary of Asklepios, the Tholos and the theatre are remarkable works and provide visiting school groups with a real treat.
Mycenae site and museum (with archaeological guide):
Mycenae was once one of the major centres of Greek civilization and boasted a tough military stronghold. Today you will find plenty of examples of Greek architecture including tholos tombs and ancient temples.
Corinth was a powerful ancient Greek city-state. It was located on the coast and was ruled by a king.
Visit the site and museum in Knossos (with archaeological guide)
After a short drive through the town of Heraklion the tour will arrive at the Knossos excavations. Here, Sir Arthur Evan’s archaeological discoveries revealed a civilization dating back to 4000 B.C., when a great empire flourished on the island of Crete. Based on the wealth of artefacts that were found, Evans theorized that this was the site of the ancient Minoan Kingdom.