One of the oldest cities in Greece, Corinth, extends from the Canal and beyond. Passing through the current city of Corinth, which is the economic and cultural center of the county of Corinth, you can see the ancient city built on a hill and on top of that hill its castle, Acrocorinth. By walking through the city you can get to know its long history, from the ancient times (Temple of Apollo) to the Roman times (roofed passages, public baths) and the Christian times, during which Apostle Pavlos (Saul) taught at its market. In the archaeological museum of the city will have the chance to admire interesting findings.
The tour continues in Nemea, known since the ancient years for organizing the great local games “Nemean”, but also known by a famous fable, according to which Nemea was the place where Hercules killed the terrifying lion, that had been devouring the state, and thus completed his first task. Furthermore Nemea is known for the production of red wine, which is one of a kind. You will have the opportunity to visit a local winery and learn how wine is made, try the delicate taste and buy wine for yourself or your loved ones.