Day 8: Aroglis

We did a day tour to Aroglis which is a region that is western of Athens. The first stop is to visit Corinth Canal. This is a 6km long canal that connect Aegean and Ionian sea. An important sea route for trade previously. Next is ancient town of Corinth. After that, we visited ancient city of Mycenae. Then, we have lunch at Nafplion which is a beautiful seaside town.. Finally we visited the Theatre of Epidaurus. It is the most well preserved ancient theatre that are still in use today.

Theatre of Epidaurus

Nafplion

Mycenae

Ancient Corinth

Corinth Canal

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