Acropolis--Areopagus--Temple of Zeus--Ancient Agora--Panathenaic Stadium--Academy--University--National Library--Parliament--Lycabettus--Corinth Canal--Ancient Corinth--Acrocorinth--ST  Paul Church--Kechries
This tour has been specially designed in order to focus on areas where Apostle Paul walked and taught in Athens and Corinth.
We start from Athens and a visit to the Acropolis (Propylaea, Erechtheion, Parthenon, Temple of Athena Nike, Odeon of Herodes Atticus) ( pict 1, 2, 3, 4 ). Leaving Acropolis behind us, we come to the location of Areopagus (later called “Mars Hill” by the Romans) where Apostle Paul was officially invited to speak to the rulers of Athens. The text of his famous speech can be seen, written on a brass plate ( pict 5 ).
After a short tour of Athens, where you will have the opportunity to admire some of its other sightseeing attractions (Temple of Olympian Zeus, Arch of Hadrian, Panathenaic Stadium, old Royal Palace, the Academy, the University, the National Library),(  pict 6, 7, 8, )  and the Ancient Agora ( pict 9, 10 ), where Apostle Paul met and taught the Athenians. Then, you will have the opportunity to see the Changing of the Presidential Guard at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, in front of the Parliament ( pict 11 ).
Finally, we will ride up the hill of Lycabettus ( pict 12 ), where the panoramic view from its top will take your breath away. After lunch, we leave Athens behind us and head towards Corinth, which in antiquity was the richest city in ancient Greece and where Apostle Paul stayed and taught for a long time.
Our first stop will take place at the Corinth Canal which connects the Saronic with the Corinthian Gulf. Our few minutes stop there, will give us the opportunity to take some amazing pictures ( pict 13 ).
Continuing our tour, we will reach the ancient city of Corinth, where Apostle Paul taught Corinthians. At the archaeological site, you will see the Temple of Apollo, the Ancient Agora, the fountains of Pirene and Glafki, the Roman Odeon, the ancient theater and the location called “Vima” (Step) where Apostle Paul was led to be tried by the Roman Proconsul Gallio, who refused to prosecute him ( pict 14, 15, 16, 17,  ). The museum of Ancient Corinth is situated in the same location.
After the ancient city, we will drive to the Corinth fortress, known as Acrocorinth, where we will make a short stop and take pictures ( pict 18 ).
Our next stop is the church of St. Paul, where we will admire the beautiful mosaic, dedicated to the life and visions of the Apostle (pict 19 ).
The last stop on our tour is the ancient port of Kechrion, where Apostle Paul departed from Corinth to sail to Ephesus ( pict 20 ).
This completes our tour and we return to your hotel.

Duration: 9-10 hours approx


The tour is private

The prices are per vehicle NOT per person

Sedan Mercedes ( 1-3 people )  260 euros Total

Minivan Mercedes (4-7 people ) 320 euros Total