We will start our tour with an early morning start from your Hotel, port, airport etc. Driving towards the western coast we will arrive at the Corinthian Canal, a six and a half kilometers canal separating the Aegean Sea with the Ionian sea. We will stop at this amazing sight for a while and then we will continue our tour towards Patra the capital of the Achaean region.
Achaia is a very interesting region of the Peloponnese. Located in the north-western part of the Peloponnese peninsula, derived its name from the Achaeans. At the past, the city-states of this region formed a confederation known as the Achaean League, which was influential during the 3rd and 2nd centuries BC. Moreover, it was one of the four major tribes of Ancient Greece. Then we will continue our drive to Patra which is one of the most beautiful and historic parts of the Peloponnese. Patra is a place of huge commercial and economic importance. It is the biggest city of Peloponnese and one of the biggest in Greece.
Continuing our drive to Aigio, one of the biggest cities of Achaia, which has a long history that started since the Homeric era. At last we are heading towards Kalavryta which is one of the Peloponnesian areas that had the major impact from Nazi’s occupation. For this route, there is the choice to get the train from Diakopto which is a historic 750 mm (2 ft. 5 1⁄2 in) gauge rack railway in Greece. Located on the northern Peloponnese, it runs 22 km from Diakopto through the Vouraikos Gorge and the old Mega Spilaion Monastery up to Kalavryta
Duration 8 to 9 hours
• High UV sun protection
• Water bottle
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From April 1st to October 31st
From November 1st to March 31st
1 January: closed
6 January: 08:30 - 15:00
Shrove Monday: 08:30 - 15:00
25 March: closed
May 1: closed
15 August: 08:30 - 15:00
28 October: 08:30 - 15:00
25 December: closed
26 December: closed
FREE ADMISSION DAYS
6 March In memory of deceased Minister of Tourism
& visionary Melina Mercury
5 June International Day for the Environment
18 April International Monuments Day
18 May International Museums Day
27 September International Tourism Day
* The last weekend of September annually (European Heritage Days)
* Sundays in the period between 1 November and 31 March
* National Holidays
* The first Sunday of every month, except for July, August and September (when the first Sunday is a holiday, then the second is the free admission day).
Acropolis: 20 Euros
Temple of Zeus: 8 Euros
Ancient Agora: 8 Euros
Roman Agora: 8 Euros
Athens Multi Pass: 30 Euros 7 SITES INCLUDED VALID FOR 4 DAYS
New Acropolis Museum: 5 Euros
OR National Archaeological Museum: 10 Euros
Free admission for: Children under 18
Students from E.U.
Reduced admission for: Citizens of the E.U. aged over 65.
Students from countries outside the E.U.
Additional costs and charges.
The cost of transfers and tours includes,baby seat,booster,toll fees (where necessary) and all taxes. Prices are per vehicle, not per person.
Admission fees into archaeological sites, museums, possible meals are not included in the costs.