Beginning our tour we drive on the coastal road towards the west. First stop at Corinth canal (6km long and 80m height, connecting Aegean and Ionian Sea). After that we drive to Mycenae.
Mycenae, the kingdom of mythical Agamemnon, was the most important and richest palatial center of the late Bronze Age in Greece and gave its name to one of the greatest civilizations, the Mycenaean civilization.
Passing through Argos arrive to Nafplion, the first capital of Greece in 1829. Then after lunch depart to Epidaurus. The Epidaurus theatre is well preserved in shape. All the benches and thrones of the theatre carry inscriptions with names of the donors, while implying a direct relationshXip of the monument with the cult of Dionysus.
Exceptional acoustics have made the theater well known, because they permit almost perfect intelligibility of unamplified spoken word from the scene to all 14000 spectators.